[LAU] Traverso 0.49.2

Bengt Gördén bengan at bag.org
Fri Aug 13 08:09:15 UTC 2010

torsdag 12 augusti 2010 22:39:39 skrev  Jeremy:
> On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 2:43 PM, drew Roberts <zotz at 100jamz.com> wrote:
> > On Thursday 12 August 2010 02:00:22 Remon Sijrier wrote:
> > > > Your website seems to be down for me.
> > >
> > > Works for me, can anyone else confirm this problem?
> >
> > Just checked. Up for me.
> >
> > > Remon
> >
> > drew
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> This is very strange.  I've tried several days in a row and the website is
> still inaccessible to me.  Every other website I've visited works fine.
> This is across multiple computers.
> $ wget http://traverso-daw.org
> --2010-08-12 20:37:48--  http://traverso-daw.org/
> Resolving traverso-daw.org...
> Connecting to traverso-daw.org||:80... failed: No route to
> host.

"No route to host" means that your computer/router doesn't know how to reach 
the destination. Normally a desktop uses "default gateway" and that points 
upstream. This could be set to wrong address.

Try this to see what the routing table looks like:
  ip route

or this for older boxes
  route -n
  netstat -rn

It should reveal your routing table.

If you're missing the default gw you can add it like this

  ip route add default via <ip-number to gateway>

  route add default gw <ip-number to gateway>

There are actually several ways to inject routes to not be able to reach a 
destination. This for example.
  ip route add prohibit <ip-number>

iptables might also be a source of problem.

Feel free to contact me offline if you think this is OT.



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