inter arma enim silent leges
inter arma enim silent leges
Undoing mods to point out that Sulu was helmsman, and Uhuru was communications office. I don't think it undermines your point but
OpenZFS was forked at version 28. Oracle has put out 5 versions since then, the most notable feature being native encryption. I wouldn't call it a standstill, but I wouldn't call it blistering speed either
Blocking private IP space in this context means that the router has a rule along these lines
if (DST Subnet: 10.0.0.0/8 || 172.16.0.0/12 || 192.168.0.0/16 ) && (DST iface = WAN) drop
So, in other words, if the destination interface is the WAN port, and the destination subnet is RFC1918 space, drop the packet. Unless the 192.168.100.0/24 subnet exists on the LAN side, and is therefore in the routing table as something more specific than 0.0.0.0, the packets are going to be routed to the default gateway (eg. your upstream), and match the above rule and be dropped. If the subnet did exist on the LAN, then a route would exist, it would never match the default gateway and never end up going out the WAN to the cable modem.
Even something old but venerable like the WRT54G has this feature, and enabled by default.
Now, before your router has a public IP on its WAN interface, it is often possible to hit the 192.168.100.1 page from the LAN side - that's because in the interim while a public IP is being acquired, the WAN iface is given something in the 100.x subnet by the cable modem DHCP, and will have 100.1 as a gateway. But once it gets the lease for the actual public IP and real gateway, all of that gets dropped, and you're back to the situation described above
YMMV, but I've never been able to hit my cable modem status page with a default router config, on Comcast, in the decade+ I've had service with numerous routers from cheap throwaway no-names to WISP grade stuff like mikrotik and ubiquiti.
Now if you try to take a MAX at 2am,
Then you are shit out of luck. Sadly one of the major failings of the MAX is that it doesn't operate after the bars close at 2/2:30. There's only a handful of trains that run after 1am, and nothing system-wide after 2, only a few very short 5 stop sort of staging runs on one end to get stuff in place for the morning or maint.
I disagree. It doesn't just look bad, it's indentation is communicating semantics that aren't accurate. It should be corrected. Something that should be corrected... is a flaw.
You say its "working as intended" (and I presume it is); but the message the developer communicated with that formatting is that he intended for it to work differently from how it does in fact work.
I agree its "just a formatting error"... but its a particularly nasty one; and code like that SHOULD be investigated and corrected.
Thank god FreeBSD isn't written in python
You think the FreeBSD foundation has 0 funds and the github page is their primary web presence? Lol....
Centurylink pulls the same crap here.
Bullshit. They'll throw some digital media or pantry credits your way, but I've never gotten a free month of prime by complaining about missed commits
Verizon FIOS is not Verizon Wireless. VZW's network is almost totally unrelated to VZ the Tier-1 ISP and VZ the consumer ISP
OR, look at telco Qwest as they refused to cooperate with the Government over specific contracts almost a decade ago. Are they even alive today as a company?
You may be more familiar with them as Centurylink
Indeed, I've received notification from the FBI at $dayjob based on information they scraped from Shodan.
Specifically, it looked like they were looking for "siemens" anywhere in the results, and then sending out notifications, most likely intended for SCADA/Industrial Automation kind of gear. We just happen to have a handful of Siemens CPEs... because apparently they make DSL modems too?
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