It sure has been a long time since I’ve updated my site. We
just got DSL to replace our cable
modem, so now that I have my own IP address life should be more interesting.
Look for TonoTopic soon, which will let all you AOL IMers out there
do some really new and fun things with your profile. Apparently Microsoft
is closer to reaching a settlement
with Justice. About time. Last night I went to this crazy Halloween
party thrown by Mr. Mark Stickel, et. al. Very fun, mad props to them.
What else has been going on? Not much, I’m crazily busy with life, work
and such. Anyway, more to follow as usual.

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With a midterm and a paper due tomorrow, I don’t see myself
writing much, outside of providing this useless distraction: network
diagrams! CatherNet is the home network we run in our house. You can
get it either as a: picture or dynamic

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Well, it’s been quite a time since I’ve updated the hizouse
about what’s been going on. I’m living in a new place in University
City, which is quite out of control. We’ve got a pool, spa, outdoor
speakers, outdoor shower, 5 bedrooms, etc, etc. It’s really nice. Life’s
going really well right now, so I can’t be complaining, except our internet
access. Apparently, RoadRunner doesn’t
allow any static IPs and only via DHCP, so we’re changing over to Earthlink
. Hopefully that’ll be better. My web-setup is pretty interesting
right now. At the front of the internet connection is a Win2k Advanced
Server, running Apache. The front
end server provides firewalling, and Apache provides proxying for my
web server which sits on the inside of the firewall. All connections
are proxied through the Apache server. The web server is another Win2K
AS box, running IIS. It in turn grabs the files it serves from a Win2K
Pro box that is on the intranet. Pretty nifty. Apache’s mod_proxy
works really well; I’m really impressed by it.

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