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guhuna
5149.5
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join:2001-03-31
Port Costa, CA
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http://10.0.0.2?

Today I picked up my new modem from Sonic.net (Very nice building by the way!) and I wanted to get into the GUI of the modem, Well I forgot the unplug the RJ-11 from the modem so it was connected to the net at the time. So instead of bringing me to the GUI it brought me to a page that said my payment was overdue which is obviously wrong.
Is this a bug or what?
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My new friend!Happily Employed


bobrk
You kids get offa my lawn
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San Jose, CA
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Weird. I don't think 10.0.0.2 should have gone anywhere, since it's reserved for private networks, but it could depend on what your netmask is set to. When I'm at work, it doesn't go anywhere.
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guhuna
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For some reason I can ping 10.0.0.1 - 10.0.0.6 just fine and get about 12ms to each one.

I'm on 192.168.0.1.
I might just take the router out of the picture and just use a hub.
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My new friend!Happily Employed


bobrk
You kids get offa my lawn
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join:2000-02-02
San Jose, CA

Yeah, it has to be in your network. I don't know why you're getting the Sonic page, though.



Snypes

join:2003-12-29
Santa Rosa, CA
reply to guhuna

Hi, I work at Sonic.net and I think you might want to give our billing department a call. That is a portal page that is used to lock out internet traffic on overdue accounts. The message was specifically detailed so you are probably just getting routed to that page via our network. If the account is up to date, then there is spookiness going on and we should be able to help with that.



guhuna
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Port Costa, CA
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Thats the thing, my bill is just fine.
This only happens when I leave the RJ-11 line plugged into the wall and go to »10.0.0.2.

Now when its unplugged I get into the GUI just fine. Which is normal.

Even when I use a hub I can still ping 10.0.0.1 - 10.0.0.6 even tho I am not even using a local IP then just DHCP assigned IP's from sonic.net.


macmouse
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join:2002-05-30
Saratoga, CA

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Well, your not the only one now ^_^.
The same thing happens to me

I did a traceroute and it's passing thought the router (64.142.90.1).
Otherwise, you (or I) wouldn't be able to get to a 10.* range because its on a different subnet. I'm guessing, that you are also on the same router. So Its probably just mis-configured somehow.



guhuna
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Port Costa, CA

I'm glad its not only me.



bobrk
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San Jose, CA
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Now that I'm at home to test it, guess what?




JohnInSJ
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join:2003-09-22
Aptos, CA

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Not me - 10.0.0.x is my local subnet, so all I see is this:


bobrk
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Ah, ok. That makes sense. My local subnet is 192.168.x.x, so I guess guhuna See Profile and I are seeing something in Sonic's local network.
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JohnInSJ
Premium
join:2003-09-22
Aptos, CA
reply to guhuna

Well, what I don't get is that 10. and 192. are not supposed to be routed outside of any network - I suppose a dslmodem in bridge mode might push packets out (or in) from these networks, but I'm thinking it should not.

If you tracert to 10.0.0.2 does it get there in 1 hop (ie, never leave your local network?)

I have a 10.0.0.x and a 10.0.2.x subnet locally, as well as a 192.x (so I can see my westel modem) and then the 8 static Ips (well some of them) internet facing. A linux box/router/firewall/proxy sits at the center of all the networks, that's where squid's running for me.

Are you all on dynamic (dhcp) IPs?



guhuna
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I'm on Static.

Tracing route to 10.0.0.2 over a maximum of 30 hops

1 15 ms 11 ms 14 ms 64-142-101-1.dsl.static.sonic.net [64.142.101.1]

2 * * * Request timed out.
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bobrk
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reply to JohnInSJ

I'm on dynamic, but it doesn't seem to get anywhere for me either:

[bigdog:~] bob% traceroute 10.0.0.2
traceroute to 10.0.0.2 (10.0.0.2), 64 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1) 1.841 ms 0.870 ms 0.806 ms
2 209-204-169-1.dsl.static.sonic.net (209.204.169.1) 14.517 ms 13.847 ms 14.921 ms
3 * * *
4 * *^C
[bigdog:~] bob%

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bobrk | The Blow Kings

RaptorX30

join:2004-08-03
Windsor, CA
reply to guhuna

It is Sonic's Private network, when you dont pay you are redirected to that page. Even if the gateway is down.

DSLExtreme had the same thing at 10.10.10.1



burrowowl
Sonic.Net

join:2003-01-22
Santa Rosa, CA

Sounds about right. When a DSL circuit is brought offline, we redirect web traffic to a page that indicates why the connection is down. It just so happens that folks that aren't offline can still navigate to it.

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John Fitzgerald
Sonic.net Technical Support