Well I can't say I haven't done that before.
In my case it was the BNC connecter 1/3 turn from lock.... ;-)
-nobody- got thru that one & took me a good hour to find it.
> > On Tue, 21 Jan 1997, Jim Nance wrote:
> > > Hello all,
> Well our web server and a lot of other stuff has now been blocked by
> our Cisco. We have a new "Security Expert" that has to validate his
> paycheck. Let's see, this machine is still "visible" on the Internet.
> How would I route the Web Server around the firewall <grin>???
Walk over to the hub and unplug the Web box, take the end
we just unplugged & connect it into the hub for the
internet connection ( if its on the other side of the firewall )
If not Well, hope he's really goooooodddd !
I hope it gets worked out soon for you.
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My libraries & programs status ( most are here now )
Linux-2.0.24 , eepro100.c/v0.12b/as module (the only one)
Gcc v. 2.7.2 ; binutils-188.8.131.52 ; sysvinit-2.62
ld.so.1.7.14 ; libc.so.5.3.12 ; libc.so.4.7.6
proc-ps 0.99 ; net-tools 1.2.0 ; mount-2.5j
Modules 2.0.0 ; loadkeys 0.89 ;
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