[colug-432] Automatically Dialing Out
bnmille at gmail.com
Thu Oct 13 17:42:54 EDT 2011
On 10/12/2011 11:48 PM, Thomas W. cranston wrote:
> On 10/12/2011 07:40 PM, Brian Miller wrote:
>> On 10/12/2011 11:32 AM, Thomas W. cranston wrote:
>>> Wondering why DLink DL704 is telling USR MODEM to dialup eventhought I
>>> have pushed the DLinks Hang Up button.
>>> The modem hangs up, but after a while it begins to dialup again.
>>> WAN Type: Dial-up Network (2.56 build 20)
>>> Display time: Wed 12 Oct 2011 09:32:11 AM EST
>>> * Restarted by 192.168.0.100
>>> * DOD:triggered internally
>>> Wed 12 Oct 2011 09:31:52 AM EST COM2 start to dial-up
>>> * COM2: baud=57600
>>> * DIAL2: tx ATE0V1
>>> * DIAL2: rx OK
>>> * DIAL2: tx ATDTxyz0202
>>> I noticed "DOD:triggered internally" Does that mean internal to the
>>> DLink, or my Ubuntu 10.04 laptop. If laptop, Is it being triggered by
>>> Ubuntu, or Eth0 firmware?
>>> The DLink is only connected to laptop eth0 for now. I get the same
>>> behavior if it is connected to desktop computer, or Linksys wireless
>>> router, or any combination of the 3. It does not automatically dialup if
>>> not connected any of the 3.
>> I'm sure it means "internal network". Most systems these days do
>> automatic lookups to check for things like updates/security fixes.
>> Maybe you are running NTP on your boxes. Anything that will send a
>> packet out over the Internet would generally cause the modem to dial out.
>> Is 192.168.0.100 the IP address of your laptop?
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> 192.168.0.100 is the IP address of my laptop.
> I think I am running Network Time Protocol. How to tell
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ps -ef |grep ntp
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