[nos-bbs] jnos - No more rip broadcasts received...

Michael Fox - N6MEF n6mef at mefox.org
Fri May 12 10:12:33 CDT 2017


Jerome - 

Just an idea:  The cable company may provide a login so you can set a few user-controlled options.  If so, log into the cable modem and see if it has an internal firewall turned on.  Some do and they are not very sophisticated, resulting in odd behavior for incoming packets.

Michael
N6MEF


> -----Original Message-----
> From: nos-bbs [mailto:nos-bbs-bounces at tapr.org] On Behalf Of jerome
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> Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2017 11:09 PM
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> Subject: [nos-bbs] jnos - No more rip broadcasts received...
> 
> Hi…
> 
> My cable modem died about a week ago. At that time I was receiving rip
> broadcasts on jnos - no problem.  When I finally got the replacement modem
> (today), no more rip broadcasts received.  I of course, updated my entry
> on the Gateway List with my new ip address and made the necessary
> adjustments at the modem.  To get things working again, until I figure out
> what’s happening with rip, I downloaded the latest Gateways List and
> sourced it, and everything works OK with that.
> 
> With respect to rip, in my autoexec.nos file I had and still have the
> following section to start rip (unchanged since before the modem swap):
> 
> ######################################
> # RIP STUFF
> ######################################
> ip upstairs 224.0.0.9
> rip ttl 43200  ## 12 hours
> rip accept 44.0.0.1
> #rip trace 9 rip.log ## use for testing
> start rip
> # -end RIP-
> ########################################
> 
> Did something change that affects us downstream folks while I was down?
> 
> Thanks for any insight,
> jerome - ve7ass
> Vancouver
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