Why the downtime?

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Why the downtime?

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Why has this board been down a while, rumour has it, something is happening with a new beta...
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cbrain wrote: Why has this board been down a while, rumour has it, something is happening with a new beta...

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Hmmm I have found at least one fix. My outer IP changes when I load any page (balancing cluster). Until now, I could not even write anything here, because: 1. I login 2. My IP changes 3. I'm kicked out due to this change. Now this is fixed.

Thanks :)
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Alex/AT wrote: Hmmm I have found at least one fix. My outer IP changes when I load any page (balancing cluster). Until now, I could not even write anything here, because: 1. I login 2. My IP changes 3. I'm kicked out due to this change. Now this is fixed.

Thanks :)

Interesting... I've never heard of that... what kind of Network are you on?
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AOL probably. I think they do that for some reason :unsure:

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turblety wrote: AOL probably. I think they do that for some reason


As far as I know AOL is running transparent Proxy to safe bandwight and traffix. But I'm unsure, too.
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phpBB is open-source, but not open-development, not open-management, not open-ideas.
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Please don't troll like that, especially in completely unrelated threads.
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msibm wrote: phpBB is open-source, but not open-development, not open-management, not open-ideas.
I guess we can safely say that you are "open- to being - an ass hole"
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(That is, as soon as someone in charge sees the previous post.)
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