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BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Original Post - Mar 4, 2010 - 07:22pm PT
This seems much more complete with Unix OS's. Any further windows
examples would be appreciated.

/*No man or windows help pages with windows?*/
C:\>nslookup /?
*** Can't find server name for address 192.168.5.1: Non-existent domain
*** Default servers are not available
Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.5.1

*** UnKnown can't find /?: Non-existent domain

/*These are the only instructions I could get with a Windows system.*/

C:\>nslookup 216.12.246.19 set type=any
Usage:
nslookup [-opt ...] # interactive mode using default server
nslookup [-opt ...] - server # interactive mode using 'server'
nslookup [-opt ...] host # just look up 'host' using default server
nslookup [-opt ...] host server # just look up 'host' using 'server'

C:\>nslookup set type=any 216.12.246.19
Usage:
nslookup [-opt ...] # interactive mode using default server
nslookup [-opt ...] - server # interactive mode using 'server'
nslookup [-opt ...] host # just look up 'host' using default server
nslookup [-opt ...] host server # just look up 'host' using 'server'

C:\>nslookup
*** Can't find server name for address 192.168.5.1: Non-existent domain
*** Default servers are not available
Default Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.5.1

> set type=any
> 216.12.246.19
Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.5.1

DNS request timed out.
timeout was 2 seconds.
*** UnKnown can't find 216.12.246.19: Non-existent domain
> exit

Malemute

Ice climber
the ghost
Mar 4, 2010 - 07:27pm PT
forget windoze & make a knoppix boot cd
http://www.knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html

$nslookup 216.12.246.19
Non-authoritative answer:
19.246.12.216.in-addr.arpa name = secure-2.sbc.com.

locker

Social climber
Oryay Ommamay
Mar 4, 2010 - 07:29pm PT


Credit: locker
...


Oops!!! WRONG "Windows"...

WBraun

climber
Mar 4, 2010 - 07:30pm PT
216.12.246.19 is

OrgName: Wayport, Inc.
OrgID: WYPR
Address: 4509 Freidrich Lane
Address: Building III, Suite 300
City: Austin
StateProv: TX
PostalCode: 78744
Country: US

ReferralServer: rwhois://rwhois.wayport.net:4321

NetRange: 216.12.224.0 - 216.12.255.255
CIDR: 216.12.224.0/19
NetName: WAYPORT
NetHandle: NET-216-12-224-0-1
Parent: NET-216-0-0-0-0
NetType: Direct Allocation
NameServer: AUTH0.WAYPORT.NET
NameServer: AUTH1.WAYPORT.NET
Comment: * Rwhois reassignment information for this block is available at:rwhois.wayport.net 4321
RegDate: 2000-04-24
Updated: 2001-06-29

RTechHandle: WN25-ARIN
RTechName: ATT WiFi Services IT
RTechPhone: +1-512-519-6000
RTechEmail: arin-coordinator@wayport.net

OrgTechHandle: WN25-ARIN
OrgTechName: ATT WiFi Services IT
OrgTechPhone: +1-512-519-6000
OrgTechEmail: arin-coordinator@wayport.net

Address: 192.168.5.1 is the local address of/a/your router

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 4, 2010 - 07:31pm PT
Thanks I'll check it out. I have a demo Linux bootable CD stashed at
1 of my professors places. It seems to be more complete than windows.

Both the program and man pages that is.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 4, 2010 - 07:35pm PT
WBraun,
thanks I know where to get that however nslookup does somethings
slow web based programs don't. The windows nslookup seems
lacking compared to Unix. However DOS dir now comes with Unix
and seems to be the same as the DOS version in the event you choose
that over ls.
Lost-Arrow

Social climber
Hawaii
Mar 4, 2010 - 07:36pm PT
What information are you looking for? It seems that your question was answered. Are you looking for info on how to use NSLOOKUP?

Here's a MS KB article:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/200525

Best, Greg
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 4, 2010 - 07:45pm PT
Greg, thanks i'll check out the all option. It's probably set type=any as with the
Unix versions I have used.

Filtered web based.
http://www.domainwhitepages.com

I would be appreciative also if any of you have the US navy link
from http://www.navy.mil that gives instructions for setting up a
Windows NTFS system. Somebody stole all my work. These
days nobody there seems to know of the best instructions for
those systems.

Best regards,
BES

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 8, 2010 - 05:45pm PT
Thanks I'm going to get a CD though I have to deal with what
appears to be a cell phone breach with images first and without calling
customer support. I didn't really like what I saw with some of the
rc start up scripts with demo linux, so i'll check this. I did not really
have the time to check out demo linux fully and mainly I'm making the
opinion based upon just reading the shell codes.

However my win system is running beautifully now with numerous
"registry entries and keys removed" and along with this alleged
error message. :-)

/*Error message*/
Could not initialize the applications security component. The
most likely cause is problems with files in your application's
profile directory.Please check that this directory has no
read/write restrictions and your hard disk is not full or close to
full. It is recommended that you exit the application and fix
the problem. If you continue to use this session, you might
see incorrect application behavior when accessing security
features.
/*End of Error message*/

The directory has restrictions, the hard drive is not full or close
to full and I did not exit the application. I'm continuing to run
the session and I am seeing less irregularities with remote and
client side https socket connections.
BrendaPuff

Sport climber
Boulder, Co.
Mar 8, 2010 - 09:47pm PT
BES1'st you are SO F*#KING HOT with your science and computer talk!!!! Do you ever get out Boulder way? I have a van and desires parked at Neptunes.
WBraun

climber
Mar 8, 2010 - 09:48pm PT
LOL !!!!
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 9, 2010 - 07:07am PT
If it's regards Woodson I'm going here the 18'th.
C:\>nslookup
*** Can't find server name for address 192.168.5.1: Non-existent domain
*** Default servers are not available
Default Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.5.1

> set type=any
> mathworks.com
Server: UnKnown
Address: 192.168.5.1

Non-authoritative answer:
mathworks.com internet address = 144.212.244.10
mathworks.com nameserver = ns2.mathworks.com
mathworks.com nameserver = ns.mathworks.com
mathworks.com nameserver = ns.uu.net
mathworks.com nameserver = ns3.mathworks.com

mathworks.com nameserver = ns.mathworks.com
mathworks.com nameserver = ns.uu.net
mathworks.com nameserver = ns2.mathworks.com
mathworks.com nameserver = ns3.mathworks.com
ns.uu.net internet address = 137.39.1.3
>exit

C:\>


My cousin lives in CO. but I have business here in CA. first.
Hot? I think I'm too old for those movies now though
my answer could also be different now.

WBruan,
Btw, above rf was edited to rc. It was a typo and as with the phone not a
pun.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 9, 2010 - 08:14pm PT
WBraun,

http://besaw.webs.com/news/https.txt

http://search.cpan.org/~tomc/

I was looking for forward port by the above inside the Perl cookbook
I think 2'nd edition,though I only came across this.
http://search.oreilly.com/?q=forward+port&submit.x=17&submit.y=11&u1=q&DYM=forward%20port

It's probably easier to understand forward port and spawning of parralell
sockets and ports by also reading in the very large Python Book (not the
cookbook with or by guido). I am not certain about this pocket reference
as the previous mentioned is not and I thought it was the 4'th edition
also? Other guido hope this adds further clarity.
http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596009250/

http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596158095/

command line ssh is about the only not necessarily commercial grade client
to remote server file transfer I somewhat trust. I don't install those
other security (WEP or otherwise) keys on clients not to be confused with
large servers, and I am annonymous without them.

What I like about explicit programmers books are that I don't really need
non programmers reference books. Btw these are 2 out of 5 working
reference books I recommend.

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 10, 2010 - 09:27am PT
Best Uses
Expert
Intermediate

Missing Apple? Not helpful for Mac Users?
http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596009250/#reviews

At OS 10 they introduced BSD to the public.
http://www.cs.yale.edu/homes/xiao/cs210/path.html

Also see 8.6
http://www.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Teaching/Unix/unix8.html



BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 13, 2010 - 11:25am PT
WBraun, chris@supertopo.com (Requires MS Word.doc viewer)
http://besaw.webs.com/news/SoSWayport.doc

Why are these threads searchable in public google?

As we see here there is a discrepancy with Texas, and all of my
logins I have checked are CA. based ip's. WBraun also the street
scanned by you is showing to be 100's of miles away from the listed.

To Wayport,
If any persons from Wayport are reading, here are some intrusive
connections being rejected by I around these areas.

IHGWireless
The Crosby
Whale
Lady Blue
Truth

These rejections many times are causing lack of connection. The Crosby
last night I just caught piggy backing and making a change from a
established connection to theirs? I have 1 more of these also though I'm
not greater than 80% certain as I am with the just mentioned. Let me know
if I need to dump more at about $36.00 per hr.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 20, 2010 - 11:34am PT
Largo I told socalbolter the number is subject to change again.
Just about verified!

http://besaw.webs.com/news/acksyn443chk1.txt

socalbolter i'll get back to you later this evening, hopefully
I can locate him.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 24, 2010 - 06:50pm PT
WBruan and malemute,
I thought you would enjoy some of this. I'll let those others know of it.
I have permission to show the directories.

Thanks att Wayport and I assume you knew it was I. That WiFi QoS stuff
is definitely in question. Some parts of "it" do not make sense when
calculating the VonNuemann etc. cycles at level 2 (machine language) and
cpu speeds processing all data formats. Buffering is not Co-Sequential
processing, however see lecture 9 for that also. Lecture 9 did require MS
Power Point. Presumed wayport is not adjusting frequency?

/*Note this is a ftp link using www. Just copy and paste it to open it*/
ftp://www.sacbusiness.org/downloads/cs/HardingG/cs231/

There is trie tree I think in Lecture 14 and also noting a previous
proffessors binary tree years prior to Boeing receiving credit for it
noted within Lecture 14 or somewhere else within this semesters
directory. The three weeks to code a trie tree prior to Avi's at CPAN
was not coded from this one and again we did not have time in a
college semester to cover this data structure.

BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 27, 2010 - 08:07am PT
Malemute,
thanks I just receivecd timely delivery of Knoppix 6.2.1 from OSDisc.com.
http://www.osdisc.com/cgi-bin/view.cgi/products/linux/knoppix/lcd_62.html

It was purchased with VISA online.

I noted to them I use a proprietary IEEE 802.11(n) device, and it probably
wont work with 1 USB port and lacking software just as it wont work on
Windows XP 3 pro. However unlike the NTSP system mentioned it
appears to be picking up RF throughput though it still won't connect with
this device? The configurable wifi is grayed out and won't allow apply?
Maybe due to the device? The simple network config is whats picking up
the RF though still nothing from IceWeasel? Also it seems to default to
class a addressing which is not the DHCP assigned nor the pre-assigned
DHCP addressing?


Perl seems to be working and I did also copy it to a USB though I have not
booted it from that yet, just the CD which boots fine. I may need to add a
server either a snippet of Perl code or apache to the USB which I have not
found yet with locate and I have not run find yet.

The default desktop photo looks like the Hannekam around Kitzbuhl but
it's cloudy so I can't really tell.
BES1'st

climber
City of Orange, CA.
Topic Author's Reply - Mar 27, 2010 - 08:32am PT
Btw,
I need to correct myself. I am getting about 3 assigned class a addresses
unseen with ipconfig, ifconfig, arp and netstat, though remote environment
variables are reading it. I don't know yet what the network bit count is for that.
skipt

Mountain climber
Washington
Mar 27, 2010 - 08:33am PT
Sounds more like a block in your IP tables than anything else.

192.168.5.1 is normally assigned to a local wireless router and kind'a
rare.

If you have a router with a USB port that would be awesome. Even
if....highly unlikely.

I'll just give you my 2 cents (assuming this is your local home network)
If you are trying to add a local IP to a machine/computer in use on the
network use a sub member of the IP class: 192.168.1.0/*** instead.


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