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aiaustin
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Hello everyone... I wonder if anyone recognsies this IP address or
(German) hosting company?

Anyone using that for an OpenSim related service or grid that might
be putting out some sort of request to other grids every 191
seconds?  Anyone think that sound familiar?

Name:      i5E87CB7A.versanet.de
Address:  94.135.203.122

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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

Shaun T. Erickson
What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
frequency? Just a wild guess, though.

-ste

On 1/10/15 12:36 PM, Ai Austin wrote:

> [Repeat... this time with correct subject]
>
> Hello everyone... I wonder if anyone recognsies this IP address or
> (German) hosting company?
>
> Anyone using that for an OpenSim related service or grid that might be
> putting out some sort of request to other grids every 191 seconds?  
> Anyone think that sound familiar?
>
> Name:      i5E87CB7A.versanet.de
> Address:  94.135.203.122
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I ran the IP address against the WHOIS registry and came up with this (sorry it is a bit long. I began to edit out extra lines in the format):

 

% This is the RIPE Database query service.
% The objects are in RPSL format.
%
% The RIPE Database is subject to Terms and Conditions.
% See http://www.ripe.net/db/support/db-terms-conditions.pdf
% Note: this output has been filtered.

%       To receive output for a database update, use the "-B" flag.

% Information related to '94.135.192.0 - 94.135.223.255'

% Abuse contact for '94.135.192.0 - 94.135.223.255' is '[hidden email]'

inetnum:        94.135.192.0 - 94.135.223.255

netname:        DTK-DYNAMIC-ACCES

descr:          DTK Deutsche Telekabel GmbH

descr:          Alt Moabit 90b

descr:          10559 Berlin

country:        DE

admin-c:        DS8198-RIPE

tech-c:         AM4880-RIPE

status:         ASSIGNED PA

mnt-by:         VT-MNT

mnt-lower:      VT-MNT

mnt-domains:    VT-DOMAIN-MNT

source:         RIPE # Filtered

 

person:         Andre Mamitzsch

address:        D-04347 Leipzig

address:        Theklaer Str. 42

address:        Germany

phone:          +49-341-23405-100

fax-no:         +49-341-23405-190

nic-hdl:        AM4880-RIPE

mnt-by:         HL-KOMM-MNT

source:         RIPE # Filtered

 

person:         Daniel Schostan

address:        DTK Deutsche Telekabel GmbH

address:        Stromstr. 1

address:        10555 Berlin

address:        DE

phone:          +49 (0) 30 33099769200

fax-no:         +49 (0) 30 33099769200

nic-hdl:        DS8198-RIPE

mnt-by:         VT-MNT

source:         RIPE # Filtered

 

% Information related to '94.134.0.0/15AS8881'

 

route:          94.134.0.0/15

descr:          Versatel Deutschland

origin:         AS8881

mnt-by:         VT-ENGI-MNT

source:         RIPE # Filtered

 

% This query was served by the RIPE Database Query Service version 1.76.1 (DB-3)

 

 

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Hello everyone... I wonder if anyone recognsies this IP address or
(German) hosting company?

Anyone using that for an OpenSim related service or grid that might
be putting out some sort of request to other grids every 191
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Name:      i5E87CB7A.versanet.de
Address:  94.135.203.122

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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

aiaustin
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>From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>
>
>What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
>an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
>frequency? Just a wild guess, though.


Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it
is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging
hypergates, etc.

I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as
the IP address.

Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us..  e.g. 65.78.40.167

But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up with
these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes I know
I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..

Samples below...  !!

08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
09:00:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63341
09:02:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63429
09:04:43 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63498
09:07:03 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63589
09:09:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63653
09:11:35 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63730
09:13:56 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63806
09:16:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63876
09:18:38 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63948
09:20:59 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64017
09:23:20 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64092
09:25:41 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64167
09:28:02 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64240
09:30:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64310
09:32:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64383
09:35:05 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64454
09:37:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64532
09:37:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 65.78.40.167:44492
09:39:47 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64617
09:41:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64688
09:44:18 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64759
09:46:31 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64824
09:48:51 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64897
09:51:02 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64964
09:53:22 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65056
09:55:33 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65125
09:57:54 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65198
10:00:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65266
10:02:36 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65339
10:04:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65412
10:07:38 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65515
10:10:20 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:49217
10:13:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:49299

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Luisillo Contepomi-2
Hi
Seem as somebody are testing if your grid is "up" with a script.
(If was a attack must have thousands by second from one or a lot of ips.)
Have you seen if they are doing a port scanning?



El 11/01/2015 a las 11:53, Ai Austin escribió:

>
>> From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>
>>
>> What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
>> an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
>> frequency? Just a wild guess, though.
>
>
> Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it is
> indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging
> hypergates, etc.
>
> I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as the
> IP address.
>
> Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses
> one of which might be your blam gate for us..  e.g. 65.78.40.167
>
> But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up with
> these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes I know
> I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..
>
> Samples below...  !!
>
> 08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
> 08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
> 09:00:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63341
> 09:02:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63429
> 09:04:43 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63498
> 09:07:03 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63589
> 09:09:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63653
> 09:11:35 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63730
> 09:13:56 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63806
> 09:16:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63876
> 09:18:38 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63948
> 09:20:59 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64017
> 09:23:20 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64092
> 09:25:41 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64167
> 09:28:02 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64240
> 09:30:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64310
> 09:32:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64383
> 09:35:05 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64454
> 09:37:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64532
> 09:37:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 65.78.40.167:44492
> 09:39:47 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64617
> 09:41:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64688
> 09:44:18 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64759
> 09:46:31 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64824
> 09:48:51 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64897
> 09:51:02 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:64964
> 09:53:22 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65056
> 09:55:33 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65125
> 09:57:54 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65198
> 10:00:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65266
> 10:02:36 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65339
> 10:04:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65412
> 10:07:38 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:65515
> 10:10:20 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:49217
> 10:13:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:49299
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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

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On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:

>
>> From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>
>>
>> What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
>> an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
>> frequency? Just a wild guess, though.
>
>
> Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it is
> indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging
> hypergates, etc.
>
> I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as the
> IP address.
>
> Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses
> one of which might be your blam gate for us..  e.g. 65.78.40.167
>
> But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up with
> these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes I know
> I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..
>
> Samples below...  !!
>
> 08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
> 08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
> [SNIP]
 >Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses
one of which might be your blam gate for us..  e.g. 65.78.40.167

Yes, that's my address. :)

You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these every
few seconds:

...
11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
...

I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added since
December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production grid (or
maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).

Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that many
people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's configured to
bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what I'm seeing are those
gates checking to see that my grid is up. However, I think the majority
of it (in addition to the ~80 gates to other grids) is likely to be the
"roller-coaster" I have set up in that region ... I have 100 Blamgates,
laying horizontally, up in the sky. There is a gate on the ground, that
rezzes you just above the first of them, and you fall into it. Then it
sends you to just above the next one, and so on, until you get to the
last gate which puts you back where you started. It's quite a wild ride
that lasts for about a minute. :) Anyway, all of them are of the "check
the destination" type of gate, so I imagine I'm doing most of it to
myself. :) Oh, if you ever want to try the roller-coaster, look for the
gate labelled "101", in Eld2. :)

What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one message.

-ste
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Diva Canto
I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a little more
restrained. There's no need to spam.

On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:

> On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:
>>
>>> From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>
>>>
>>> What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
>>> an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
>>> frequency? Just a wild guess, though.
>>
>>
>> Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it
>> is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging
>> hypergates, etc.
>>
>> I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as
>> the IP address.
>>
>> Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us..  e.g.
>> 65.78.40.167
>>
>> But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up with
>> these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes I know
>> I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..
>>
>> Samples below...  !!
>>
>> 08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
>> 08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
>> [SNIP]
> >Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us..  e.g.
> 65.78.40.167
>
> Yes, that's my address. :)
>
> You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these every
> few seconds:
>
> ...
> 11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> 11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
> ...
>
> I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added
> since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production
> grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).
>
> Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that many
> people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's configured to
> bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what I'm seeing are
> those gates checking to see that my grid is up. However, I think the
> majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates to other grids) is likely
> to be the "roller-coaster" I have set up in that region ... I have 100
> Blamgates, laying horizontally, up in the sky. There is a gate on the
> ground, that rezzes you just above the first of them, and you fall
> into it. Then it sends you to just above the next one, and so on,
> until you get to the last gate which puts you back where you started.
> It's quite a wild ride that lasts for about a minute. :) Anyway, all
> of them are of the "check the destination" type of gate, so I imagine
> I'm doing most of it to myself. :) Oh, if you ever want to try the
> roller-coaster, look for the gate labelled "101", in Eld2. :)
>
> What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one message.
>
> -ste
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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

Shaun T. Erickson
I got that feature from *your* teleport booth, Diva. :)

I don't think my address pinging another 24 times in one day is a lot,
really. However, if you get tons doing that, then perhaps.

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:17 PM, Diva Canto wrote:

> I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a little
> more restrained. There's no need to spam.
>
> On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
>> On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:
>>>
>>>> From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>
>>>>
>>>> What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
>>>> an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
>>>> frequency? Just a wild guess, though.
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it
>>> is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging
>>> hypergates, etc.
>>>
>>> I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as
>>> the IP address.
>>>
>>> Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us..  e.g.
>>> 65.78.40.167
>>>
>>> But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up
>>> with these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes
>>> I know I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..
>>>
>>> Samples below...  !!
>>>
>>> 08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
>>> 08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
>>> [SNIP]
>> >Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us..  e.g.
>> 65.78.40.167
>>
>> Yes, that's my address. :)
>>
>> You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these every
>> few seconds:
>>
>> ...
>> 11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> 11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>> ...
>>
>> I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added
>> since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production
>> grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).
>>
>> Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that
>> many people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's
>> configured to bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what I'm
>> seeing are those gates checking to see that my grid is up. However, I
>> think the majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates to other
>> grids) is likely to be the "roller-coaster" I have set up in that
>> region ... I have 100 Blamgates, laying horizontally, up in the sky.
>> There is a gate on the ground, that rezzes you just above the first
>> of them, and you fall into it. Then it sends you to just above the
>> next one, and so on, until you get to the last gate which puts you
>> back where you started. It's quite a wild ride that lasts for about a
>> minute. :) Anyway, all of them are of the "check the destination"
>> type of gate, so I imagine I'm doing most of it to myself. :) Oh, if
>> you ever want to try the roller-coaster, look for the gate labelled
>> "101", in Eld2. :)
>>
>> What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one message.
>>
>> -ste
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Diva Canto
My teleporting device probes every hour.

On 1/11/2015 9:34 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:

> I got that feature from *your* teleport booth, Diva. :)
>
> I don't think my address pinging another 24 times in one day is a lot,
> really. However, if you get tons doing that, then perhaps.
>
> -ste
>
> On 1/11/15 12:17 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
>> I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a little
>> more restrained. There's no need to spam.
>>
>> On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
>>> On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>
>>>>>
>>>>> What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations
>>>>> once
>>>>> an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
>>>>> frequency? Just a wild guess, though.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it
>>>> is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging
>>>> hypergates, etc.
>>>>
>>>> I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as
>>>> the IP address.
>>>>
>>>> Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>>>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g.
>>>> 65.78.40.167
>>>>
>>>> But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up
>>>> with these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes
>>>> I know I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..
>>>>
>>>> Samples below...  !!
>>>>
>>>> 08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
>>>> 08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
>>>> [SNIP]
>>> >Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g.
>>> 65.78.40.167
>>>
>>> Yes, that's my address. :)
>>>
>>> You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these
>>> every few seconds:
>>>
>>> ...
>>> 11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> 11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>> ...
>>>
>>> I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added
>>> since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production
>>> grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).
>>>
>>> Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that
>>> many people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's
>>> configured to bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what I'm
>>> seeing are those gates checking to see that my grid is up. However,
>>> I think the majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates to other
>>> grids) is likely to be the "roller-coaster" I have set up in that
>>> region ... I have 100 Blamgates, laying horizontally, up in the sky.
>>> There is a gate on the ground, that rezzes you just above the first
>>> of them, and you fall into it. Then it sends you to just above the
>>> next one, and so on, until you get to the last gate which puts you
>>> back where you started. It's quite a wild ride that lasts for about
>>> a minute. :) Anyway, all of them are of the "check the destination"
>>> type of gate, so I imagine I'm doing most of it to myself. :) Oh, if
>>> you ever want to try the roller-coaster, look for the gate labelled
>>> "101", in Eld2. :)
>>>
>>> What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one
>>> message.
>>>
>>> -ste
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Shaun T. Erickson
As do my gates - hence 24 times a day. That's very low. But if many
people are using a copy of your teleporter or my gate and have them
configured to, say, a popular grid,  then they will of course, see a lot
more than 24 a day. Or maybe there's someone out there who made a device
that checks more often than ours ...

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:38 PM, Diva Canto wrote:

> My teleporting device probes every hour.
>
> On 1/11/2015 9:34 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
>> I got that feature from *your* teleport booth, Diva. :)
>>
>> I don't think my address pinging another 24 times in one day is a
>> lot, really. However, if you get tons doing that, then perhaps.
>>
>> -ste
>>
>> On 1/11/15 12:17 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
>>> I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a little
>>> more restrained. There's no need to spam.
>>>
>>> On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
>>>> On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations
>>>>>> once
>>>>>> an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
>>>>>> frequency? Just a wild guess, though.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect
>>>>> it is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or
>>>>> pinging hypergates, etc.
>>>>>
>>>>> I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as
>>>>> the IP address.
>>>>>
>>>>> Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>>>>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g.
>>>>> 65.78.40.167
>>>>>
>>>>> But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up
>>>>> with these debug messages when I check things every so often...
>>>>> yes I know I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..
>>>>>
>>>>> Samples below...  !!
>>>>>
>>>>> 08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
>>>>> 08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
>>>>> [SNIP]
>>>> >Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>>>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g.
>>>> 65.78.40.167
>>>>
>>>> Yes, that's my address. :)
>>>>
>>>> You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these
>>>> every few seconds:
>>>>
>>>> ...
>>>> 11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> 11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>> ...
>>>>
>>>> I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added
>>>> since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production
>>>> grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).
>>>>
>>>> Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that
>>>> many people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's
>>>> configured to bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what
>>>> I'm seeing are those gates checking to see that my grid is up.
>>>> However, I think the majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates
>>>> to other grids) is likely to be the "roller-coaster" I have set up
>>>> in that region ... I have 100 Blamgates, laying horizontally, up in
>>>> the sky. There is a gate on the ground, that rezzes you just above
>>>> the first of them, and you fall into it. Then it sends you to just
>>>> above the next one, and so on, until you get to the last gate which
>>>> puts you back where you started. It's quite a wild ride that lasts
>>>> for about a minute. :) Anyway, all of them are of the "check the
>>>> destination" type of gate, so I imagine I'm doing most of it to
>>>> myself. :) Oh, if you ever want to try the roller-coaster, look for
>>>> the gate labelled "101", in Eld2. :)
>>>>
>>>> What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one
>>>> message.
>>>>
>>>> -ste

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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

Diva Canto
Ai's log shows a probe originating from the same IP address
(94.135.203.122) every minute and a half. If this address is yours,
please consider dialing this down. If I see this level of spam coming
into my grids, I will block the originating IP.

On 1/11/2015 9:50 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:

> As do my gates - hence 24 times a day. That's very low. But if many
> people are using a copy of your teleporter or my gate and have them
> configured to, say, a popular grid,  then they will of course, see a
> lot more than 24 a day. Or maybe there's someone out there who made a
> device that checks more often than ours ...
>
> -ste
>
> On 1/11/15 12:38 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
>> My teleporting device probes every hour.
>>
>> On 1/11/2015 9:34 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
>>> I got that feature from *your* teleport booth, Diva. :)
>>>
>>> I don't think my address pinging another 24 times in one day is a
>>> lot, really. However, if you get tons doing that, then perhaps.
>>>
>>> -ste
>>>
>>> On 1/11/15 12:17 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
>>>> I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a little
>>>> more restrained. There's no need to spam.
>>>>
>>>> On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
>>>>> On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their
>>>>>>> destinations once
>>>>>>> an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a
>>>>>>> greater
>>>>>>> frequency? Just a wild guess, though.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect
>>>>>> it is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or
>>>>>> pinging hypergates, etc.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well
>>>>>> as the IP address.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>>>>>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g.
>>>>>> 65.78.40.167
>>>>>>
>>>>>> But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up
>>>>>> with these debug messages when I check things every so often...
>>>>>> yes I know I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Samples below...  !!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
>>>>>> 08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
>>>>>> [SNIP]
>>>>> >Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>>>>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g.
>>>>> 65.78.40.167
>>>>>
>>>>> Yes, that's my address. :)
>>>>>
>>>>> You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these
>>>>> every few seconds:
>>>>>
>>>>> ...
>>>>> 11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> 11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>> ...
>>>>>
>>>>> I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added
>>>>> since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production
>>>>> grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).
>>>>>
>>>>> Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that
>>>>> many people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's
>>>>> configured to bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what
>>>>> I'm seeing are those gates checking to see that my grid is up.
>>>>> However, I think the majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates
>>>>> to other grids) is likely to be the "roller-coaster" I have set up
>>>>> in that region ... I have 100 Blamgates, laying horizontally, up
>>>>> in the sky. There is a gate on the ground, that rezzes you just
>>>>> above the first of them, and you fall into it. Then it sends you
>>>>> to just above the next one, and so on, until you get to the last
>>>>> gate which puts you back where you started. It's quite a wild ride
>>>>> that lasts for about a minute. :) Anyway, all of them are of the
>>>>> "check the destination" type of gate, so I imagine I'm doing most
>>>>> of it to myself. :) Oh, if you ever want to try the
>>>>> roller-coaster, look for the gate labelled "101", in Eld2. :)
>>>>>
>>>>> What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one
>>>>> message.
>>>>>
>>>>> -ste
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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

Shaun T. Erickson
That's not mine. Mine is the other one he mentioned: 65.78.40.167.

-ste

On 1/11/15 1:15 PM, Diva Canto wrote:

> Ai's log shows a probe originating from the same IP address
> (94.135.203.122) every minute and a half. If this address is yours,
> please consider dialing this down. If I see this level of spam coming
> into my grids, I will block the originating IP.
>
> On 1/11/2015 9:50 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
>> As do my gates - hence 24 times a day. That's very low. But if many
>> people are using a copy of your teleporter or my gate and have them
>> configured to, say, a popular grid,  then they will of course, see a
>> lot more than 24 a day. Or maybe there's someone out there who made a
>> device that checks more often than ours ...
>>
>> -ste
>>
>> On 1/11/15 12:38 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
>>> My teleporting device probes every hour.
>>>
>>> On 1/11/2015 9:34 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
>>>> I got that feature from *your* teleport booth, Diva. :)
>>>>
>>>> I don't think my address pinging another 24 times in one day is a
>>>> lot, really. However, if you get tons doing that, then perhaps.
>>>>
>>>> -ste
>>>>
>>>> On 1/11/15 12:17 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
>>>>> I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a
>>>>> little more restrained. There's no need to spam.
>>>>>
>>>>> On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
>>>>>> On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their
>>>>>>>> destinations once
>>>>>>>> an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a
>>>>>>>> greater
>>>>>>>> frequency? Just a wild guess, though.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect
>>>>>>> it is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or
>>>>>>> pinging hypergates, etc.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well
>>>>>>> as the IP address.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>>>>>>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g.
>>>>>>> 65.78.40.167
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up
>>>>>>> with these debug messages when I check things every so often...
>>>>>>> yes I know I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Samples below...  !!
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> 08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
>>>>>>> 08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
>>>>>>> [SNIP]
>>>>>> >Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP
>>>>>> addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g.
>>>>>> 65.78.40.167
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Yes, that's my address. :)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these
>>>>>> every few seconds:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> ...
>>>>>> 11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> 11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
>>>>>> ...
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was
>>>>>> added since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my
>>>>>> production grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the
>>>>>> addresses show).
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that
>>>>>> many people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's
>>>>>> configured to bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what
>>>>>> I'm seeing are those gates checking to see that my grid is up.
>>>>>> However, I think the majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates
>>>>>> to other grids) is likely to be the "roller-coaster" I have set
>>>>>> up in that region ... I have 100 Blamgates, laying horizontally,
>>>>>> up in the sky. There is a gate on the ground, that rezzes you
>>>>>> just above the first of them, and you fall into it. Then it sends
>>>>>> you to just above the next one, and so on, until you get to the
>>>>>> last gate which puts you back where you started. It's quite a
>>>>>> wild ride that lasts for about a minute. :) Anyway, all of them
>>>>>> are of the "check the destination" type of gate, so I imagine I'm
>>>>>> doing most of it to myself. :) Oh, if you ever want to try the
>>>>>> roller-coaster, look for the gate labelled "101", in Eld2. :)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one
>>>>>> message.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> -ste

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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

Serendipity Seraph-2
If it is a hypergate then why should it bother to check at all if no avatar is within a certain distance of it?  Once and hour or less seems more than reasonable.

On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 10:18 AM, Shaun T. Erickson <[hidden email]> wrote:
That's not mine. Mine is the other one he mentioned: 65.78.40.167.

-ste


On 1/11/15 1:15 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
Ai's log shows a probe originating from the same IP address (94.135.203.122) every minute and a half. If this address is yours, please consider dialing this down. If I see this level of spam coming into my grids, I will block the originating IP.

On 1/11/2015 9:50 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
As do my gates - hence 24 times a day. That's very low. But if many people are using a copy of your teleporter or my gate and have them configured to, say, a popular grid,  then they will of course, see a lot more than 24 a day. Or maybe there's someone out there who made a device that checks more often than ours ...

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:38 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
My teleporting device probes every hour.

On 1/11/2015 9:34 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
I got that feature from *your* teleport booth, Diva. :)

I don't think my address pinging another 24 times in one day is a lot, really. However, if you get tons doing that, then perhaps.

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:17 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a little more restrained. There's no need to spam.

On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:

From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>

What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
frequency? Just a wild guess, though.


Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging hypergates, etc.

I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as the IP address.

Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g. 65.78.40.167

But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up with these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes I know I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..

Samples below...  !!

08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
[SNIP]
>Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g. 65.78.40.167

Yes, that's my address. :)

You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these every few seconds:

...
11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
...

I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).

Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that many people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's configured to bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what I'm seeing are those gates checking to see that my grid is up. However, I think the majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates to other grids) is likely to be the "roller-coaster" I have set up in that region ... I have 100 Blamgates, laying horizontally, up in the sky. There is a gate on the ground, that rezzes you just above the first of them, and you fall into it. Then it sends you to just above the next one, and so on, until you get to the last gate which puts you back where you started. It's quite a wild ride that lasts for about a minute. :) Anyway, all of them are of the "check the destination" type of gate, so I imagine I'm doing most of it to myself. :) Oh, if you ever want to try the roller-coaster, look for the gate labelled "101", in Eld2. :)

What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one message.

-ste

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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

Shaun T. Erickson
1) We don't know that it's a hypergate at all - we just surmised that it might be. 2) As for my gates not checking if no one is near it, well, that never occurred to me, to be honest. Wouldn't that require an active scanner of some sort that would chew up CPU, constantly looking for someone nearby? If so, then a simple blind check, once an hour, would be less costly, yes? If not, then perhaps it's something I should consider adding to mine.

-ste

On 1/22/15 2:13 PM, Serendipity Seraph wrote:
If it is a hypergate then why should it bother to check at all if no avatar is within a certain distance of it?  Once and hour or less seems more than reasonable.

On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 10:18 AM, Shaun T. Erickson <[hidden email]> wrote:
That's not mine. Mine is the other one he mentioned: 65.78.40.167.

-ste


On 1/11/15 1:15 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
Ai's log shows a probe originating from the same IP address (94.135.203.122) every minute and a half. If this address is yours, please consider dialing this down. If I see this level of spam coming into my grids, I will block the originating IP.

On 1/11/2015 9:50 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
As do my gates - hence 24 times a day. That's very low. But if many people are using a copy of your teleporter or my gate and have them configured to, say, a popular grid,  then they will of course, see a lot more than 24 a day. Or maybe there's someone out there who made a device that checks more often than ours ...

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:38 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
My teleporting device probes every hour.

On 1/11/2015 9:34 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
I got that feature from *your* teleport booth, Diva. :)

I don't think my address pinging another 24 times in one day is a lot, really. However, if you get tons doing that, then perhaps.

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:17 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a little more restrained. There's no need to spam.

On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:

From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>

What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
frequency? Just a wild guess, though.


Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging hypergates, etc.

I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as the IP address.

Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g. 65.78.40.167

But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up with these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes I know I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..

Samples below...  !!

08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
[SNIP]
>Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g. 65.78.40.167

Yes, that's my address. :)

You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these every few seconds:

...
11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
...

I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).

Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that many people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's configured to bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what I'm seeing are those gates checking to see that my grid is up. However, I think the majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates to other grids) is likely to be the "roller-coaster" I have set up in that region ... I have 100 Blamgates, laying horizontally, up in the sky. There is a gate on the ground, that rezzes you just above the first of them, and you fall into it. Then it sends you to just above the next one, and so on, until you get to the last gate which puts you back where you started. It's quite a wild ride that lasts for about a minute. :) Anyway, all of them are of the "check the destination" type of gate, so I imagine I'm doing most of it to myself. :) Oh, if you ever want to try the roller-coaster, look for the gate labelled "101", in Eld2. :)

What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one message.

-ste

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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

Gwyneth Llewelyn
Maybe it could be done with a collision event instead of a sensor? When an avatar collides with invisible sphere (with a 10-20m radius), you know someone is near your gate, so you can start polling.

- Gwyn

On 22 Jan 2015, at 21:15 , Shaun T. Erickson <[hidden email]> wrote:

1) We don't know that it's a hypergate at all - we just surmised that it might be. 2) As for my gates not checking if no one is near it, well, that never occurred to me, to be honest. Wouldn't that require an active scanner of some sort that would chew up CPU, constantly looking for someone nearby? If so, then a simple blind check, once an hour, would be less costly, yes? If not, then perhaps it's something I should consider adding to mine.

-ste

On 1/22/15 2:13 PM, Serendipity Seraph wrote:
If it is a hypergate then why should it bother to check at all if no avatar is within a certain distance of it?  Once and hour or less seems more than reasonable.

On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 10:18 AM, Shaun T. Erickson <[hidden email]> wrote:
That's not mine. Mine is the other one he mentioned: 65.78.40.167.

-ste


On 1/11/15 1:15 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
Ai's log shows a probe originating from the same IP address (94.135.203.122) every minute and a half. If this address is yours, please consider dialing this down. If I see this level of spam coming into my grids, I will block the originating IP.

On 1/11/2015 9:50 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
As do my gates - hence 24 times a day. That's very low. But if many people are using a copy of your teleporter or my gate and have them configured to, say, a popular grid,  then they will of course, see a lot more than 24 a day. Or maybe there's someone out there who made a device that checks more often than ours ...

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:38 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
My teleporting device probes every hour.

On 1/11/2015 9:34 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
I got that feature from *your* teleport booth, Diva. :)

I don't think my address pinging another 24 times in one day is a lot, really. However, if you get tons doing that, then perhaps.

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:17 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a little more restrained. There's no need to spam.

On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:

From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>

What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
frequency? Just a wild guess, though.


Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging hypergates, etc.

I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as the IP address.

Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g. 65.78.40.167

But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up with these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes I know I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..

Samples below...  !!

08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
[SNIP]
>Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g. 65.78.40.167

Yes, that's my address. :)

You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these every few seconds:

...
11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
...

I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).

Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that many people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's configured to bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what I'm seeing are those gates checking to see that my grid is up. However, I think the majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates to other grids) is likely to be the "roller-coaster" I have set up in that region ... I have 100 Blamgates, laying horizontally, up in the sky. There is a gate on the ground, that rezzes you just above the first of them, and you fall into it. Then it sends you to just above the next one, and so on, until you get to the last gate which puts you back where you started. It's quite a wild ride that lasts for about a minute. :) Anyway, all of them are of the "check the destination" type of gate, so I imagine I'm doing most of it to myself. :) Oh, if you ever want to try the roller-coaster, look for the gate labelled "101", in Eld2. :)

What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one message.

-ste

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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

John Sheridan
I wonder if there's a way to hook into a region module?  I've seen some sims that announce "There are now 1 visitors in the region!" when you teleport in.  Perhaps there's a way to hook into that which would allow for the gates to update on mass after a user comes in?

On 01/22/2015 05:13 PM, Gwyneth Llewelyn wrote:
Maybe it could be done with a collision event instead of a sensor? When an avatar collides with invisible sphere (with a 10-20m radius), you know someone is near your gate, so you can start polling.

- Gwyn

On 22 Jan 2015, at 21:15 , Shaun T. Erickson <[hidden email]> wrote:

1) We don't know that it's a hypergate at all - we just surmised that it might be. 2) As for my gates not checking if no one is near it, well, that never occurred to me, to be honest. Wouldn't that require an active scanner of some sort that would chew up CPU, constantly looking for someone nearby? If so, then a simple blind check, once an hour, would be less costly, yes? If not, then perhaps it's something I should consider adding to mine.

-ste

On 1/22/15 2:13 PM, Serendipity Seraph wrote:
If it is a hypergate then why should it bother to check at all if no avatar is within a certain distance of it?  Once and hour or less seems more than reasonable.

On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 10:18 AM, Shaun T. Erickson <[hidden email]> wrote:
That's not mine. Mine is the other one he mentioned: 65.78.40.167.

-ste


On 1/11/15 1:15 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
Ai's log shows a probe originating from the same IP address (94.135.203.122) every minute and a half. If this address is yours, please consider dialing this down. If I see this level of spam coming into my grids, I will block the originating IP.

On 1/11/2015 9:50 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
As do my gates - hence 24 times a day. That's very low. But if many people are using a copy of your teleporter or my gate and have them configured to, say, a popular grid,  then they will of course, see a lot more than 24 a day. Or maybe there's someone out there who made a device that checks more often than ours ...

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:38 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
My teleporting device probes every hour.

On 1/11/2015 9:34 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
I got that feature from *your* teleport booth, Diva. :)

I don't think my address pinging another 24 times in one day is a lot, really. However, if you get tons doing that, then perhaps.

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:17 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a little more restrained. There's no need to spam.

On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:

From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>

What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
frequency? Just a wild guess, though.


Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging hypergates, etc.

I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as the IP address.

Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g. 65.78.40.167

But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up with these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes I know I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..

Samples below...  !!

08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
[SNIP]
>Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g. 65.78.40.167

Yes, that's my address. :)

You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these every few seconds:

...
11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
...

I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).

Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that many people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's configured to bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what I'm seeing are those gates checking to see that my grid is up. However, I think the majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates to other grids) is likely to be the "roller-coaster" I have set up in that region ... I have 100 Blamgates, laying horizontally, up in the sky. There is a gate on the ground, that rezzes you just above the first of them, and you fall into it. Then it sends you to just above the next one, and so on, until you get to the last gate which puts you back where you started. It's quite a wild ride that lasts for about a minute. :) Anyway, all of them are of the "check the destination" type of gate, so I imagine I'm doing most of it to myself. :) Oh, if you ever want to try the roller-coaster, look for the gate labelled "101", in Eld2. :)

What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one message.

-ste

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Re: Anyone recognise versanet.de or 94.135.203.122

Gwyneth Llewelyn
Oh, that's a clever idea – that's the old Concierge service. It's a web service, so OpenSim calls an URL remotely with some data (namely, the avatar name of someone who just arrived). This is configured on OpenSim.ini. That said, the Concierge web service is little documented and a bit tricky to parse (it's been years since I last tried to hack into it!), but it might be a solution...

   - Gwyn

On 23 Jan 2015, at 00:30, John Sheridan <[hidden email]> wrote:

I wonder if there's a way to hook into a region module?  I've seen some sims that announce "There are now 1 visitors in the region!" when you teleport in.  Perhaps there's a way to hook into that which would allow for the gates to update on mass after a user comes in?

On 01/22/2015 05:13 PM, Gwyneth Llewelyn wrote:
Maybe it could be done with a collision event instead of a sensor? When an avatar collides with invisible sphere (with a 10-20m radius), you know someone is near your gate, so you can start polling.

- Gwyn

On 22 Jan 2015, at 21:15 , Shaun T. Erickson <[hidden email]> wrote:

1) We don't know that it's a hypergate at all - we just surmised that it might be. 2) As for my gates not checking if no one is near it, well, that never occurred to me, to be honest. Wouldn't that require an active scanner of some sort that would chew up CPU, constantly looking for someone nearby? If so, then a simple blind check, once an hour, would be less costly, yes? If not, then perhaps it's something I should consider adding to mine.

-ste

On 1/22/15 2:13 PM, Serendipity Seraph wrote:
If it is a hypergate then why should it bother to check at all if no avatar is within a certain distance of it?  Once and hour or less seems more than reasonable.

On Sun, Jan 11, 2015 at 10:18 AM, Shaun T. Erickson <[hidden email]> wrote:
That's not mine. Mine is the other one he mentioned: 65.78.40.167.

-ste


On 1/11/15 1:15 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
Ai's log shows a probe originating from the same IP address (94.135.203.122) every minute and a half. If this address is yours, please consider dialing this down. If I see this level of spam coming into my grids, I will block the originating IP.

On 1/11/2015 9:50 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
As do my gates - hence 24 times a day. That's very low. But if many people are using a copy of your teleporter or my gate and have them configured to, say, a popular grid,  then they will of course, see a lot more than 24 a day. Or maybe there's someone out there who made a device that checks more often than ours ...

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:38 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
My teleporting device probes every hour.

On 1/11/2015 9:34 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
I got that feature from *your* teleport booth, Diva. :)

I don't think my address pinging another 24 times in one day is a lot, really. However, if you get tons doing that, then perhaps.

-ste

On 1/11/15 12:17 PM, Diva Canto wrote:
I think it's a lot. Ppl writing these hypergates should be a little more restrained. There's no need to spam.

On 1/11/2015 9:00 AM, Shaun T. Erickson wrote:
On 1/11/15 5:53 AM, Ai Austin wrote:

From: "Shaun T. Erickson" <[hidden email]>

What kind of traffic is it? My Blamgates check their destinations once
an hour - perhaps they are doing something similar, but at a greater
frequency? Just a wild guess, though.


Thanks Shauin, and yes from the port numbers begin used I expect it is indeed some scripts to check for things benign alive or pinging hypergates, etc.

I wondered if anyone recognized the 191 second interval as well as the IP address.

Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g. 65.78.40.167

But every 191 seconds means my Robust.exe console is now full up with these debug messages when I check things every so often... yes I know I can turn that down to INFO only being shown..

Samples below...  !!

08:55:32 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63188
08:57:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest from 94.135.203.122:63260
[SNIP]
>Once an hour is not too bad.. and I see four or five such IP addresses one of which might be your blam gate for us.. e.g. 65.78.40.167

Yes, that's my address. :)

You think every 191 seconds is a lot? My grid sees one of these every few seconds:

...
11:33:34 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:37 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:40 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:44 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:52 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:33:55 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:07 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:16 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:23 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:26 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:46 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:49 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:53 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:34:58 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:01 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:08 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:14 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:15 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:17 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:27 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:30 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:39 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:45 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:35:48 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
11:36:12 - [Wifi]: DefaultRequest
...

I can't see who they're from, however. I'm guessing that was added since December 5th, which is the last time I updated my production grid (or maybe I need to set something, so the addresses show).

Given that my grid has a region that's a popular HG hub, and that many people have taken copies of the gate I have out, that's configured to bring them to my grid, I imagine that some of what I'm seeing are those gates checking to see that my grid is up. However, I think the majority of it (in addition to the ~80 gates to other grids) is likely to be the "roller-coaster" I have set up in that region ... I have 100 Blamgates, laying horizontally, up in the sky. There is a gate on the ground, that rezzes you just above the first of them, and you fall into it. Then it sends you to just above the next one, and so on, until you get to the last gate which puts you back where you started. It's quite a wild ride that lasts for about a minute. :) Anyway, all of them are of the "check the destination" type of gate, so I imagine I'm doing most of it to myself. :) Oh, if you ever want to try the roller-coaster, look for the gate labelled "101", in Eld2. :)

What might be nice is a simple way of turning off just this one message.

-ste

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