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[ProgSoc] Webmail Refusing Connections
I think Telnet still works with yeenoghu. If you're not too worried
about the security issues i don't see why you can't just login straight
until the pointing problem is fixed.
Another point I wouldn't mind knowing is: is there a way of finding out
where a CNAME points to? Fer example, how would I find out where
webmail.progsoc is located? (that is, can i use instead
progsoc.org/webmail if that is where webmail is located?) or even, how
would i find out where my domain (su.dropbear.id.au) points to? i can
get as far as doing a DIG for orgo.progsoc. Is there any way of
searching orgo to find out the intricate details of the nameserver?
On Thu, Oct 31, 2002 at 02:13:18PM +1100, Simon Hirshbein wrote:
> On/At 2:09pm, Rupert Su typed:
> > Could be because it still points to ftoomsh.
> > You can always try www.progsoc.org/ssh and just change the server
> > settings.
> Excellent idea in theory, however we are going through Wingate which
> doesn't allow SSH - only telnet. As an aside, if anyone knows a way
> around this, I'd be glad to hear it.
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