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lordievaderGood morning.07:46
Waddupmorning lordievader08:00
lordievaderHey Waddup08:00
Wadduphey whats up08:22
lordievaderNot much, having coffee. How are you?08:23
Waddupim good08:23
Waddupi just removed the raid fs im having and put on a 4tb wd red on it.08:24
Waddupi needed it to run while i test the drives one by one and see whats wrong08:24
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tewardno server team meeting this week?16:00
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teethplusI was wondering if someone can point me in the right direction of finding the different subnets that a establishment may be using?18:08
tewardteethplus: you'd do that at whatever handles DHCP or cross-subnet routing... what exactly are you trying to find18:10
teethplusI'm trying to find the network printers.18:10
tonyyarussoBy far the easiest way would be to ask humans who ought to know.  Did someone get fired without leaving documentation?18:11
tonyyarussoDo you have physical access to the printers?  Most will let you either show the IP information on an LCD or print out their configuration.18:12
teethplusI'm not sure if that is an acronym or if its an automatopia18:12
teethplusyeah I can do that for the ones in the office but we have some remote and I guess I can ask someone to run through the menu for me18:13
teethplusI was just wondering if there was some way I could look it up without having to do any leg work18:14
tewardyou should use a print server in the future18:14
tonyyarussoDHCP = Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, IP = Internet Protocol (information in this case being address), LCD = Liquid Crystal Display18:14
tewardteethplus: not really, not without nmap scanning the universe.18:14
tonyyarussoOof = just an exclamation18:14
tewardi.e., (i think?),
teethplusthanks for clearing that up tony18:15
tonyyarussoteward: Pretty sure the middle one is 172.16, not 127.18:15
tonyyarussoBut, uh, Wikipedia.18:15
tonyyarussoIt might be /17 too18:16
tonyyarussoNow I'm going to have to look it up or it will bother me.18:16
teethpluswell thanks guys, I guess I will have to check all the printers manually18:17
tonyyarussoRight on the numbers, wrong on the mask.,*12*, and
tonyyarussoObviously it had to be between /8 and /16.  We're idiots.  :)18:17
tonyyarussoteethplus: Scanning the entire RFC1918 ranges might work for you, but poring through the results is probably more work than phoning someone up at each remote site and having them look at the device.  (And will only work if your firewalls allow it.)18:19
teethplusIts never easy is it.18:20
teethplusThanks again for your help18:20
tonyyarussoOf course not - that's why we get paid ;)18:21
teethplusWait what? that changes everything jk18:22
sarnoldtonyyarusso: avahi-browse -alr might get you there18:29
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fishcookerhow to negate routing in case on vpn i want all connection to certain network will use this routing rule, others will use default route/gateway?23:05
TJ-Use a separate routing table for the VPN23:06
fishcookeron which file TJ-23:08
TJ-fishcooker: See "man ip-route" and the section of "Route tables"23:08
TJ-fishcooker: the concept you need is "policy routing". The iproute2-doc package might contain more info. There are also many web resources23:19
sarnoldsee also http://lartc.org/howto/lartc.rpdb.html23:20
fishcookerthankyou TJ- + sarnold23:21
fishcookerif we have default password for root then we want to make it pronounceable for easy remembrance.. how to do that?23:21
TJ-!root | fishcooker23:22
ubottufishcooker: Do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth... there is no root password. Then you will see that it is 'sudo' that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo23:22
sarnoldfishcooker: diceware is popular; you can also use passwdqc's pwqgen program, screenshot here http://openwall.com/passwdqc/screenshots23:23

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