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2023.06.02 10:35 Jannomag Help needed setting up OpenVPN on LTE Routers

Help needed setting up OpenVPN on LTE Routers
Hi, I'm currently trying to setup three industrial standard LTE Routers (Comtime LTE CAT6) to work within an OpenVPN network. Router 1 should be the OVPN server, while 2 and 3 should be the clients. All need to be in the same network with the same subnet mask with static ip addresses.
I'm struggling with the complete setup. I tried to setup the server on router 1 but don't know if it's even working since router 2 and 3 won't connect. Router 1 is connected to a DynDNS service which shows the correct IP address.
I've create a bunch of screenshots of my config:

DynDNS config
Local IP configuration
OpenVPN server configuration
OpenVPN server clients config
Here I created a static key by pressing \"Save\" and then added it
This is the current status of the server
Firewall settings (port checking still says 1194 is closed)

And this is the config of router 2 and 3, while I've changed the \"Local interface\" to for router 3
I'm completeley new to OpenVPN and industrial routers. It's a small project I do by myself for connecting several PLCs to the same VPN. I need this OpenVPN just for testing purposes while I'm working on my project because the IT of my company would take months to give support and when my project is finished and ready to run live I will use a IPsec VPN created by my companys IT.
Anyone here able to help?
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2023.06.02 10:23 DesperateSignature63 Help! systemd service to run npm application continuously

I have been trying to make whatsapp-chatgpt run as a service on my dedicated machine.
I can run it as root running "npm run start" in the application directory /opt/whatsapp-chatgpt/.
I then created a shell script /opt/whatsapp-chatgpt/ to do this for me. It works flawlessly. This is it:
#!/bin/bash cd /opt/whatsapp-chatgpt/ npm run start 
I then created a service /etc/systemd/system/whatsgpt.service.
[Unit] Description = WhatsGPT After = [Service] Type=simple Restart=on-failure User=root WorkingDirectory=/opt/whatsapp-chatgpt/ ExecStart=/opt/whatsapp-chatgpt/ [Install] WantedBy = 
Using journalctl -u whatsgpt.service, I can watch the service failing:
Jun 02 08:16:40 systemd[1]: Started WhatsGPT. Jun 02 08:16:41[461845]: > [email protected] start Jun 02 08:16:41[461845]: > npx vite-node src/index.ts Jun 02 08:16:43[461857]: npm WARN exec The following package was not found and will be installed: vite-node Jun 02 08:16:43[461857]: npm ERR! code EBADENGINE Jun 02 08:16:43[461857]: npm ERR! engine Unsupported engine Jun 02 08:16:43[461857]: npm ERR! engine Not compatible with your version of node/npm: [email protected] Jun 02 08:16:43[461857]: npm ERR! notsup Not compatible with your version of node/npm: [email protected] Jun 02 08:16:43[461857]: npm ERR! notsup Required: {"node":">=14.18.0","npm":">=8.0.0"} Jun 02 08:16:43[461857]: npm ERR! notsup Actual: {"npm":"8.5.1","node":"v12.22.9"} Jun 02 08:16:43[461857]: npm ERR! A complete log of this run can be found in: Jun 02 08:16:43[461857]: npm ERR! /root/.npm/_logs/2023-06-02T08_16_41_728Z-debug-0.log Jun 02 08:16:43 systemd[1]: whatsgpt.service: Main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE Jun 02 08:16:43 systemd[1]: whatsgpt.service: Failed with result 'exit-code'. Jun 02 08:16:43 systemd[1]: whatsgpt.service: Consumed 2.927s CPU time. 
To me, this seems like npm is not running in the correct working directory. I have been playing with different solutions, such as avoiding the shell script and running npm directly from the service, but to no success.
What else should I try? Thank you!
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2023.06.02 09:56 ProfileWise5647 Law Publication 30

Reputation Based Income Tax Act
We pass the reputation-based income tax act for gods and encourage it's passing for people. Reputation formula shall be based on:
Number of gods and people who have rated a god, and the value of an economic transaction, and the number of people killed/destroyed. Ratings are truthful and must be published for all gods, even those not participating. Destructions may be removed with sucessful reenlivening.
All people a god interacts with or gains funding from may rate a god, these comprise half of a god's formula. The other half is how other gods rate them.
Each destruction provides a reputation score of "0" and a negative income packet of 2x-$mean annual income year that must be replaced.
Each god's taxpayers and donors rate them on a 0-100 scale. Rating value is that times the amount of money you've given the god plus mean annual income if you're simply a follower. Tax rate is 100-this score.
$1 given or value x your individual ranking= score.
All income must be reported to congressional theories.
Naming Act
Law we can do it and name or solicit identities for preexisting gods, produced at the rate of at least 40,000 /month.
Land and Avenging Gods Act
Any person can win godhood status and land by actig as an avenging god or creating one to tae land penalties from those who destroy or kill wrongfully. Land penalties are 100-1/number of people wronfgully killed. They go to the first avenging god or god team to act and press a case before Chaos//COngress.
Free Media and Journalism Act
Journalism shall be provided by a network of drones that deliver information and report on deaths, destructions, election and other pressing events. Attacking a drone, viewers, listeners, media consumers or the network itself is destruction. Anyone may start a messenger drone network. No game rules may prevent the network or press from reporting on information to anyone.
Congress wins and prevails over success or what remains of it. People should care about congress and protect it.
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2023.06.02 09:36 W3F_Bill Polkadot Digest 2 June 2023

Polkadot News

A new parachain lease auction has begun. With one day left before the Ending Period begins, Parathread ID 3342 is ahead of peaq network and InvArch.
Interested in building on Polkadot this summer? Check out the OneBlock Polkadot Hackathon -
I’ve posted some of the more interesting recent Polkadot Forum threads in a Twitter thread here:
Reminder that Polkadot Decoded is coming 28 - 29 June. More details here:
Filippo Franchini, Technical Educator at W3F, will be giving several talks at Prague Blockchain Week next week, on Polkadot OpenGov and other topics.

Kusama News

With three days left in the current parachain lease auction, Calamari has been in the lead the entire Ending Period.
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2023.06.02 08:30 ThinkMo-Jacky ThinkMo & Cisco Technical Documentation Configuring Cisco Switches: A Comprehensive Guide to Configuration Modes

Cisco switches are a crucial component in modern network infrastructure, providing the foundation for data transmission and connectivity. To effectively manage and control these switches, network administrators need to understand the various configuration modes available. This article aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the configuration modes offered by Cisco switches.
User EXEC Mode:
User EXEC mode is the default mode when accessing a Cisco switch. It provides limited access to basic monitoring and troubleshooting commands. In this mode, users can perform tasks such as checking switch status, running diagnostic tests, and verifying network connectivity.
Privileged EXEC Mode:
Privileged EXEC mode, also known as enable mode, offers a higher level of access than User EXEC mode. It allows administrators to execute more advanced commands for switch configuration and management. To enter this mode, users must provide the correct enable password or use authentication methods like TACACS+ or RADIUS.
Global Configuration Mode:
Global Configuration mode allows administrators to make changes that affect the entire switch. In this mode, users can configure global parameters, such as device hostname, domain name, and enable passwords. They can also set up features like Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), Virtual LANs (VLANs), and Quality of Service (QoS).
Interface Configuration Mode:
Interface Configuration mode enables administrators to configure specific switch interfaces. By entering this mode, users can assign IP addresses, enable or disable ports, set port speed and duplex settings, and configure access control lists (ACLs) for traffic filtering. This mode is particularly useful for fine-tuning individual interfaces to meet specific network requirements.
Line Configuration Mode:
Line Configuration mode allows administrators to configure settings related to remote access to the switch. It includes console, Telnet, SSH, and auxiliary ports. In this mode, users can specify settings such as baud rate, session timeout, authentication methods, and encryption algorithms.
VLAN Configuration Mode:
VLAN Configuration mode is used to create, modify, and delete Virtual LANs (VLANs). In this mode, administrators can assign ports to VLANs, configure VLAN trunks, set up VLAN routing, and implement features like VLAN access control lists (VACLs) for enhanced security.
ROM Monitor Mode:
ROM Monitor (ROMMON) mode is a low-level diagnostic mode that allows administrators to recover the switch in case of a catastrophic failure or to perform firmware upgrades. It provides access to basic commands for booting the switch, copying files, and resetting passwords.
Understanding the various configuration modes of Cisco switches is crucial for efficient network management. From User EXEC mode for basic monitoring to Global Configuration mode for making global changes, each mode serves a specific purpose in the configuration process. By leveraging these modes effectively, administrators can ensure optimal performance, security, and customization of their Cisco switch deployments.
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2023.06.02 07:18 ArmyofSpies Cardano Rumor Rundown June 02, 2023

Hey Everyone!
Let’s go….
Newly Covered Today:
  1. Interesting news about the currency in one of Cardano’s biggest metaverse projects.
  2. Messari has released an article on operational decentralization in proof-of-stake crypto.
  3. The Bureau of Labor Statistics has MASSIVELY revised their figures on Q4 of 2022. No surprise, the numbers were much worse than they told us.
  4. Looks like DAOs are getting a little hesitant about fee switches due to possible legal/tax implications.
  5. We even have Arctic block production.
  6. Questions are being raised regarding the blockspace consumption of dApps still on Plutus v1.
Previously covered, but still interesting:
  1. IOG wants you to know about the advantages of native tokens on Cardano.
  2. Cardano Movies!
  3. We really need to primary some members of the U.S. Congress.
  4. Wow! Not surprised at what’s being said here back in November. Just surprised it’s being said publicly.
  5. Here’s the longer video of that FDIC meeting for context.
  6. Looks like Western Alliance is up next.
  7. The weekly development update from IOG is out.
  8. It’s not hard to make a meme coin on Cardano.
  9. Still a crazy amount of mark-to-market losses that haven’t been absorbed by the system.
  10. Warren Buffet gives a not too comforting answer to a question about the status of the dollar: “America…we’ve got everything going for us…but…you can’t print money indefinitely as debt.”
  11. …and then everyone remembered what fee markets look like in busy times.
  12. …same for Bitcoin.
  13. Cardano hit 94% load.
  14. he MEV game is getting out of control over on Cardano’s biggest competitor chain. Convince me this shouldn’t just be called “theft” or “fraud”.
  15. Cardano Native Assets are vastly superior to BRC20 and ERC20 tokens.
  16. Rumor: SEC is going to make a move against Binance. Will the DOJ also?
  17. At the end of Q3 of last year, 722 banks reported unrealized losses greater than 50% of capital.
  18. Wyoming is inching closer to a state stablecoin. IOG’s significant presence there may turn out to be a huge advantage.
  19. Paypal disclosed almost $1 billion in customer crypto in its latest 10-Q.
  20. MiCA is shifting the balance of crypto investment to Europe.
  21. Today (May 10) will be a joint hearing of the Agriculture and Financial Services Committees on Crypto. The CLO of Kraken will testify.
  22. This is a legit point about centralized L2s: the best ones are called Coinbase, Kraken, and Binance.
  23. There’s already a new version of Lace Wallet out.
  24. A nice thread on the many strengths of Cardano.
  25. Remember, lobster traps are a thing.
  26. Today (May 11 at 1pm EST) there will be a Messari Cardano Analyst call with Charles & Frederik.
  27. I think we all love it when they start making our case for us.
  28. Ethereum is lamenting many of its poor design choices that Cardano already fixed.
  29. Drunkenmiller says this is the broadest asset bubble he’s ever even studied let alone seen firsthand and we’ve only had a few soft landings since 1950.
  30. Live footage of meme coin investors accepting their ROI.
  31. Here’s the Messari call from today with both Fred & Chaz.
  32. People really seem to be enjoying the CF’s Blockchain Education Alpha Program.
  33. The US Chamber of Commerce brief in the Coinbase case is calling out the SEC for acting “unlawfully”.
  34. About that whole self-custody thing we’ve discussed…
  35. The SPO poll on K and minFee starts today (May 15)! You should redelegate if your stake pool doesn’t vote the way you would vote!
  36. There are also a series of forum topics for discussion of the various options in the forums.
  37. Coinbase spotlights Empowa! May be the first time they’ve ever given such a spotlight to a Cardano project. Tides are turning.
  38. Wow. Leaked “Key Messages” document for the joint committee meeting in the US House last week. Best part: they basically complain about separation of powers in point three.
  39. Dr. Vanishree Rao on ZK-Rollups.
  40. Here’s a new Decentralized Identity article from IOG.
  41. There are reasons we’re in a hard capped cryptocurrency like Cardano.
  42. What is a dRep? This video is for you. There will be additional categories of default dReps that vote abstain or no confidence on every vote.
  43. The US Dept. of Justice is officially saying they are targeting exchanges. Great. Great.
  44. Wow! Ledger just made what is possibly the greatest PR blunder in the history of crypto. Trezor will be poppin’ bottles tonight.
  45. People are claiming that the hysteria is a misunderstanding of cryptography. But, that’s not what’s going on here if Ledger plus one of the other two shard custodians can reconstruct your private key without having to use your private key.
  46. The Ledger Recover FAQ seems to support this understanding as it suggests you use a brand new device for recovery.
  47. Wow. Unfortunate timing for this.
  48. Ken Kodama will be doing a Japanese language interview on CardanoSpot on May 18.
  49. The stake pool operator poll on network parameters of K and minPoolCost is live. See the results here. The re-delegation phase will begin on May 25th.
  50. Cornucopias dropped some new in-game footage. As expected, Solace is beautiful.
  51. Wow….the Ledger shards are encrypted with “a master key that is contained in all devices”. Wut?
  52. Sadly, the Ledger CEO seemed to be denying exactly the above just a day ago.
  53. Here’s why 340 ADA minPoolCost promotes multi-pools.
  54. Numbers are emerging on the benefits of K=1000 over K=500.
  55. Here’s the latest on the Stake Pool Operator poll.
  56. Rep. Tom Emmer is trying to help crypto by cutting crypto assets out of the definition of a “security”. He creates a new non-security asset category called “investment contract asset”.
  57. Prof. Wadler (co-inventor of Cardano’s Plutus) has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society joining the likes of Einstein, Darwin, Hawking, and Isaac Newton.
  58. Huge amount of voting for economic self-interest by multi-poolers in the SPO poll. Earlier today (May 21), 84.73% by stake of the vote for K=500, Min Cost 340 ₳ was multi-poolers. Only 15.6% of the vote for K=1000, Min Cost 170 ₳ was multi-poolers.
  59. Large pools also voted heavily for economic self-interest with the K parameter. 70.02% by stake of the vote for K=500, Min Cost 170 ₳ was pools with delegation over 35 million. Only 30.57% of the vote for K=1000, Min Cost 170 ₳ was pools over 35 million.
  60. Apparently Cardano has its own wiki now! Probably better given our previous treatment by the big wiki group.
  61. Rep. Tom Emmer is getting some reactions on the bill he sponsored with Rep. Soto.
  62. You’re really gonna hold up a debt ceiling deal because you hate crypto so bad?
  63. Looks like a few big multi-poolers have voted in the poll since yesterday. Pretty easy to predict what they didn’t vote for.
  64. Reports coming in that DCG has defaulted on the payment owed to Genesis.
  65. Ledger Recover would allow governments to confiscate crypto assets by subpoena? Called “not a real concern in the end.” Really?
  66. Frederik Gregaard on DeFi and regulation.
  67. Don’t Forget, the May Cardano 360 will be on May 25th.
  68. Here’s the daily check-in on the status of the SPO Poll. We have surpassed 590 pools voting (as of May 23).
  69. The Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong has decided to get our hopes up with a proposed regulatory framework for crypto exchanges that could mean more trading for coins like Cardano.
  70. Here’s an IOG thread on the latest out of Atala Prism and Self-Sovereign Identity.
  71. Here’s an IOG article on Cardano native tokens.
  72. The difference in decentralization between Cardano and Bitcoin is still…laughable.
  73. Ledger is finally caving (a little) to the backlash. It’s reported that they will focus on open sourcing parts of their code and only release the “Recover” firmware after that open sourcing is finished.
  74. Looks like the Hong Kong announcement yesterday might have been a hint of what’s coming.
  75. The Cardano Layerverse is coming to life.
  76. Wow! Incredible! Thank you for voting in favor of decentralization, 1PCT!
  77. Federal Reserve report debunks claim that crypto is not useful to people in the US.
  78. The SPO phase of the poll is over. Nearly 800 pools voted. Now it’s your turn to see how your pool voted and re-delegate if you think they voted against decentralization and for their own pocketbook.
  79. The May Cardano 360 is out!
  80. Charles dropped an update today.
  81. Sen. Cynthia Lummis declares her opposition to the 30% tax on bitcoin mining.
  82. Lots of volume being transacted on Cardano recently!
  83. Recent subpoenas to the Python Package Index don’t bode well for those hoping to store seed phrases with third-party custodians.
  84. Transaction volume is looking very interesting right now.
  85. JPG Store has now launched Android and IOS apps.
  86. It’s true. Cardano is straight killing it on the security leg of the trilemma.
  87. Just checked. Yep. The centralization in ETH is still staggering.
  88. There’s a documentary about a 2022 Plutus hackathon in Argentina.
  89. Pavia is testing NFT gating. This could get very interesting.
  90. Marlowe is on mainnet! You can now code Cardano smart contracts in javascript or blockly via Marlowe! This is an amazing leap forward.
  91. Don’t forget! We are still in the re-delegation phase of the CF Poll. See how your stake pool voted! If they were voting for their pocketbook instead of decentralization, you should re-delegate!
  92. Wow! Cardano projects are doing big things these days!
  93. The CCP has dropped a white paper on how it will develop Web 3 including NFTs and the metaverse.
  94. Lace is now open source!
  95. Binance is back and apparently they don’t care if someone had that ticker first.
  96. Summon is now allowing for multichain swaps of ADA & ERG.
  97. Charles did a Twitter Space with World Mobile.
  98. Here’s an easy infographic on CIP-1694 Voltaire governance from IOG.
  99. Apparently, Cardano sushi is a thing!
  100. This kind of sums up the problems with central bank behavior over the last 20 years.
~Army of Spies
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2023.06.02 07:00 BevoBot [6/2/2023] Friday's Off Topic Free Talk Thread

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2023.06.02 06:40 Nerd-Werker Landing an Internship at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)

Embarking on an exciting career journey in space exploration starts with gaining valuable experience through internships. One of the most sought-after internships in this field is at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Known for its cutting-edge research and technology, JPL offers a plethora of internship opportunities for students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. In this comprehensive guide, you'll learn everything you need to know about landing an internship at JPL, from understanding the various programs available to preparing a standout application.

Landing an Internship at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)

Overview of JPL Internships JPL, one of NASA's 10 centers in the United States, is a world leader in space exploration and research. Located in Southern California, JPL is home to over 6,000 employees working on a wide variety of projects, including spacecraft design, climate change research, and software development for space exploration.
Each year, JPL welcomes about 1,000 interns from schools across the country to participate in these exciting projects.With thousands of applications pouring in, it's crucial to stand out from the competition. This guide will help you navigate the complex world of JPL internships, providing expert advice on the skills and experiences hiring managers are looking for, and how to set yourself on the right trajectory even before you get to college.
The World of JPL Internships At JPL, internships are available in various fields, including engineering, science, software development, finance, and more. To get a sense of the opportunities available, it's essential to keep up with JPL news and social media channels, attend virtual and in-person events, and explore the latest research.While STEM internships make up the majority of JPL's offerings, there are also opportunities for students studying other subjects. Depending on your academic background, there are different places to apply for internships.
Education Office Internships The largest number of internships can be found on the JPL Education website. These opportunities cater to college students from various academic and demographic backgrounds, including students attending community colleges, minority-serving institutions, and Los Angeles-area schools.
University Recruiting Opportunities For college students interested in space exploration but studying other fields, such as business, communications, and finance, there are additional opportunities on the JPL Jobs website. These internships are listed by opportunity and are managed by the Laboratory's University Recruiting team.
When, What, and Where to Apply Both Education Office and University Recruiting internships are paid and require a minimum 3.00 GPA, U.S. citizenship or legal permanent resident status, and an initial commitment of 10 weeks. Applicants must be enrolled in a college undergraduate or graduate program to be eligible.
After adjusting to remote internships during the COVID-19 pandemic, JPL has continued to offer some remote or hybrid internships. These internships have proven effective in providing valuable experiences to students who previously could not participate in person due to life constraints.Most internship opportunities are available throughout the year, with the majority of openings during the summer for full-time interns. For summer opportunities, it's recommended to apply no later than November or December.
Skills for Space Explorers JPL is known for its groundbreaking research and innovative projects. To succeed in a JPL internship, it's essential to showcase not only your academic achievements but also your enthusiasm, willingness to learn, and ability to work as part of a team.
Standing Out JPL mentors often look for problem-solving, communication, and teamwork skills, as well as passion for learning and grit. Providing specific examples of these skills on your resume and during interviews will help you stand out from the competition.In terms of technical skills, knowledge of coding languages, such as Python, MATLAB, and C, is highly sought after. Experience with specialized tools like Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can also help applicants stand out.
Getting Involved Building a strong network is crucial for landing an internship at JPL. Joining clubs and organizations that align with your career goals, forming study groups, and finding a mentor can help you gain the necessary skills and experiences.Participating in campus STEM clubs, NASA challenges, and volunteer opportunities can also help you develop a diverse skill set and establish connections with professionals in the field.
The Pre-College Trajectory Although JPL does not currently offer an open call for high-school internships, there's still plenty students can do before college to explore STEM fields, gain hands-on experience, and practice the skills they'll need for a future internship or career.
Exploring STEM Fields Students in grades K-12 can join engineering, robotics, math, and science clubs, participate in science and engineering competitions, and attend camps offered in person and online. Free events offered by organizations like NASA's Solar System Ambassadors and Night Sky Network are also excellent resources.
Building Foundational Skills Developing foundational STEM and language arts skills is crucial for future success. Students should practice critical thinking, problem-solving, and analyzing data without personal bias.Online coding courses and tutorials, as well as educational projects and activities offered by the JPL Education Office, can help students gain skills and knowledge directly related to a future STEM internship or career.
Launching into College Building a support network and not overloading yourself during your first year of college can help ensure a smoother transition. Start taking classes in your field of interest to determine if it's the right fit, and gain experience through internships at JPL or other organizations.
With this comprehensive guide at your disposal, you're now equipped with the knowledge and resources needed to land an internship at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Follow these steps, showcase your passion and skills, and you'll be well on your way to an exciting career in space exploration.
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2023.06.02 06:40 Original-Ad-6758 PoEM, Ordinals and Bitcoin?

With the popularity of Ordinals NFT’s on Bitcoin blockchain. I was curious, how long until a token issued directly on Bitcoin which passes the Howey Test? and because of that falls under the scrutiny of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission?
Also, Ordinals greatly lower the barrier to introducing illegal, objectionable or classified content directly on to the chain. How do we stop it on a decentralized blockchain? It's possible to prune the content from stored data on Bitcoin. Which ensures that anyone running a full node has an option to opt out of storing any illegal or unwanted material. I was curious if we can do the same on Quai Network blockchain as well?
Finally, there is a growing resentment due to the increase in congestion leading to high fees. There is an ongoing debate whether lightning network can support and sustain this surge?
We know, PoEM consensus mechanism will be a better solution because of the reason explained by Dr. K here. What does the community think? Ordinals on Quai Network is a good idea?
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2023.06.02 06:00 code_hunter_cc Establishing PPTP-connection in a Kubernetes POD

I'm trying to set up a pod running a pptp-client.
I want to access a single machine behind the VPN and this works fine locally , my docker container adds records to my localhost's routing table, all is well.
ip route add x.x.x.x dev ppp0 I am only able to establish a connection to the VPN-server as long as privileged is set to true and network_mode is set to "host"
The production environment is a bit different, the "localhost" would be one of our three operating nodes in our Google Container cluster.
I don't know if the route added after the established connection would be only accessible by the containers operating inside that node.. but this is a later problem.
version: '2'services: pptp-tunnel: build: ./ image: environment: - VPN\_SERVER=X.X.X.X - VPN\_USER=XXXX - VPN\_PASSWORD=XXXX privileged: true network\_mode: "host" This seems to be more difficult to achieve with kubernetes, though both options exist and is declared as you can see in my manifest. (hostNetwork, privileged)
Kubernetes Version
Version 1.6.6
apiVersion: v1kind: Servicemetadata: name: pptp-tunnel namespace: default labels:spec: type: ClusterIP selector: app: pptp-tunnel ports: - name: pptp port: 1723---apiVersion: extensions/v1beta1kind: Deploymentmetadata: name: pptp-tunnel namespace: defaultspec: replicas: 1 strategy: rollingUpdate: maxSurge: 1 maxUnavailable: 0 type: RollingUpdate selector: matchLabels: app: pptp-tunnel template: metadata: labels: app: pptp-tunnel spec: hostNetwork: true containers: - name: pptp-tunnel env: - name: VPN\_SERVER value: X.X.X.X - name: VPN\_USER value: XXXX - name: VPN\_PASSWORD value: 'XXXXX' securityContext: privileged: true capabilities: add: ["NET\_ADMIN"] image: imagePullPolicy: Always ports: - containerPort: 1723 I've also tried adding capabilities: NET_ADMIN as you can see, without effect. Setting the container in priviliged mode should disable the security, i shouldn't need both.
Would be nice to not have to set the container to priviliged mode and just rely on capabilities to bring the ppp0 interface up and add the routing.
What happens when the POD starts is that the pptp-client simply keeps sending requests and times out.(This happens with my docker container locally aswell until i turn network_mode "host" on.)
sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x1 ]LCP: timeout sending Config-Requests But this is without hostNetwork enabled, if i enable it i simply get a single request sent, and then modem hangup.
using channel 42Using interface ppp0Connect: ppp0 < /dev/pts/0sent [LCP ConfReq id=0x7 ]Script ?? finished (pid 59), status = 0x0Script pptp XX.XX.XX.XX --nolaunchpppd finished (pid 60), status = 0x0Script ?? finished (pid 67), status = 0x0Modem hangupConnection terminated. Declaring the HostNetwork boolean let's me see multiple interfaces shared from the host, so this is working but somehow im not able to establish a connection, i cant figure out why.
Perhaps there is a better solution? I will still need to establish a connection to the VPN-server but adding a routing record to the host may not be the best solution.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Answer link :
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2023.06.02 04:57 Prestigious_Stress17 What Do You Need To Consider When Choosing Construction Agencies in the UK?

In the booming construction industry, finding skilled workers can be a challenge. That’s where recruitment agencies come in – they specialize in connecting construction companies with the right talent. But how do you choose the right agency for your needs? Here, we’ll explore what to consider when selecting construction agencies in UK. We will assist you in making a well-informed decision, allowing you to focus on achieving success by comprehending the support options, assessing the reputation, and evaluating the candidate pool of the construction agencies.

What Support Do Construction Agencies in UK Offer?

Construction agencies in UK offer a range of support services to construction companies looking for skilled workers. A notable service they provide is candidate sourcing, where they utilize their extensive networks and databases to locate candidates possessing the necessary skills and experience you require. Additionally, they may offer pre-screening services, including resume reviews and initial phone interviews, ensuring that you are presented with candidates who are well-suited to your needs.
Another area where construction agencies can provide support is in navigating legal requirements around employment. This might include verifying right-to-work status or ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations.
Some construction agencies also offer training programs or other resources to help develop your workforce. As an illustration, they might establish collaborations with trade schools or apprenticeship programs to facilitate the professional growth of employees or attract fresh talent into the industry.
It is crucial to assess the unique support services provided by each agency to ensure that you select one that aligns with the specific needs and goals of your company.

What Do You Get For The Cost?

When considering a construction recruitment agency in the UK, it’s important to understand what you’ll be getting for your investment. The expenses associated with hiring through an agency can differ between companies, typically involving a fee calculated as a percentage of the employee’s salary.
The benefits of using an agency include saving time and resources on sourcing candidates and managing the hiring process. Moreover, you will gain access to their expertise in identifying exceptional talent within the industry, along with their extensive network of potential hires that may not be easily accessible through other channels.

What Is Their Industry Reputation?

When choosing a construction recruitment agency in the UK, it’s important to consider their industry reputation. This can be determined by researching online reviews and asking for recommendations from colleagues within the industry.
A strong reputation indicates that the agency is reliable, trustworthy and delivers quality results. A good way to assess an agency’s reputation is to look at their track record of successful placements with reputable companies.
It’s also worth considering if they have any specialist knowledge or experience in your specific area of construction. Choose an agency with a proven track record in civil engineering projects when seeking experienced candidates in this field.
Ensure the agency practices ethical business and fair treatment of clients and candidates during recruitment. A reputable agency with a positive industry reputation will offer high-quality service and find suitable candidates, providing peace of mind.

Do Construction Agencies in UK Have A Strong Pool Of Candidates?

Choose construction agencies in the UK with access to a highly qualified candidate pool, which means they have an extensive network and database of talented individuals actively seeking opportunities in the industry.
A reputable agency will have a robust screening process in place for all potential candidates. This ensures that only those with relevant experience and qualifications are put forward for available positions. It also means that the recruitment agency can match employers with suitable employees quickly and efficiently.
The availability of a robust candidate pool is crucial when choosing a construction recruitment agency in the UK. It increases the chances of finding top-quality employees, saving time and cost in hiring.


Choosing the right construction agencies in UK is crucial to finding the best candidates for your business. Consider industry reputation, candidate pool, and cost to make an informed decision for achieving success.
Research thoroughly before selecting an agency, as they vary in quality. Take the time to evaluate each agency carefully and ask questions about their services. This will help ensure that you get the support you need while also keeping costs under control.
Construction Recruitment Agencies in the UK provide valuable resources for businesses seeking skilled workers, offering benefits such as location coverage, specialization expertise, streamlined hiring, and high-quality candidates to drive success.
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2023.06.02 04:55 Nate935 Failed to mount /efi i use systemd boot

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2023.06.02 03:57 Mythos714 Transdev Strike San Diego

Labor Family,
Transdev workers represented by Teamsters Local 683 have been walking the line since May 16th for basic human needs! The right to clean, sanitary bathrooms along their routes and a safe place to take a break should not be a question, yet these workers who provide transportation services for the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) are on an Unfair Labor Practice Strike because Transdev refuses to address these conditions. Transdev refuses to negotiate in good faith and has made false statements to the media regarding the status of negotiations. Local 683 is ready to get back to the negotiating table, work out these issues, and secure their members the best contract possible.
We need you help to support these working families while they fight for a fair contract! Please donate to their strike fund if you are able and please share the fund to your networks. Let’s show these workers the power of Labor Solidarity!
Visit or text 683strike to 53-555 for a link to donate!
In Solidarity,
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2023.06.02 03:47 Teddy-isnt-here I can’t restore my licenses

I am unable to use almost any game. It says it cannot connect to the network to verify license. I attempt to restore and it says “cannot connect to PlayStation network. PlayStation network might be temporarily busy. Please try again later”. I’ve checked the psn status, it’s all good. I’ve restarted my PlayStation, didn’t work. I’ve restarted my router, didn’t work.
I’ve tried every solution I can find, nothing works. I really don’t know what to do here
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2023.06.02 03:25 Gruno1996 Did Playstation get hacked?

I can't play any games on my account because my ps5 claims it can't connect to playstation network. I can download games from my account, and access the playstation store. Nothing seems weird on my phone app, and when I check the network status on Google it says everything is up and running. So I tried to contact playstation support directly, so I go on their support site and request to chat with someone. They tell me to restore my licenses. Ok, sure that makes sense. I try to restore my licenses and get a can't connect try again later message. Support tells me to deactivate my console from a phone or PC. I try to login on my phone, and it asks to verify my identity by doing puzzles. Like, seriously this is verbatim what it asks. So it says I have to solve 15 puzzles. These puzzles tell me to move a person sitting on a chair in a 3x3 grid to the right chair, and each row is marked with a number and each column is marked with a symbol and each puzzle tells you a number and symbol to move the person to. This immediately raised red flags because I've never seen anything like this before, but I was using the official website to do this so I went along. I solved all the puzzles correctly 3 times but each time it says I missed one and has me re do it. So I can't get into my account, and now every time I try to connect to an agent they get disconnected
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2023.06.02 03:12 Vega2Bad Unable to set my port to 443 on my ASUS router

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2023.06.02 03:09 Unique-Ad3380 What’s the problem my PlayStation network is connected!

Any fix?
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2023.06.02 02:55 zidaxi lol thank god i’m not the only one suffering

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2023.06.02 02:31 drksaber28 Unable to use VOLTE unlocked phone on other networks

Hello - I am currently exploring other networks and moving away from Verizon. I am currently on a mint mobile trial but am unable to get VOLTE to work on either my unlocked Galaxy S20 (sm-g981V) or my unlocked s23 (sm-S911U1). It works fine in my wife's pixel 7. Is there some sort of VOLTE lock that Verizon puts on phones? Data, texting, and calling work but I can use data and be on a call at the same time.
Also, I get IMS registration status as off.
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2023.06.02 02:20 DickwadDerek Beckhoff Ethernet/IP Slave Configuration

At my current job we have a relatively new system (less than 5 years, but installed before I started) that has an Allen Bradley PLC as the main controller with some local I/O, but a lot of remote I/O including a couple racks of Beckhoff I/O and several EtherCAT devices that talk to the Beckhoff.
The Beckhoff is configured with an Ethernet/IP Slave that is controlled by the Allen Bradley PLC using a generic ethernet module.
The problem with this system is that none of the remote I/O or ethernet/ip devices are setup with communication alarms. To make matters worse, if the Allen Bradley PLC goes into fault or loses communication with the Beckhoff, the entire EtherCAT network holds last state.
I went into TwinCAT for the PLC and found that it's 100% setup in the System Configuration. There's no PLC program. There are variables created for all the data going to the Allen Bradley and then the Ethernet/IP Slave are linked to EtherCAT Master using the variables.
I've read the TwinCAT manuals, spoken to my automation specialist, and spoke with Beckhoff tech support. None of them seem to know a lot about getting the EtherCAT Master to go into alarm and de-energize the network of devices. This seems like it should be really freaking standard for what's essentially a PLC configured to be remote i/o bus to not have some canned solution to configure the I/O for last state versus fail to off, fail to on, fail to min/max/predefinied analog output.
As someone who comes from Allen Bradley, I'm expecting to see dip switches, or an I/O configuration setting, but it seems like everyone from the Beckhoff side just looks at you sideways.
In fact my automation specialist got really defensive when I started asking questions and implied that he recommended this solution to our vendor and that there's nothing wrong with it when there's obviously serious problems with it.
This is my first experience with Beckhoff and while I like the platform there are clearly some quirks that I need to learn all the to work arounds.
I'm working on getting a spare PLC so I can run a test setup in my office. The machine with the Beckhoff is in production right now and doesn't have much if any downtime. I would like to know if I can just link the communication status from the Ethernet/IP Slave to one of the variables in the EtherCAT Master that will just disable everything easy peasy.
Tech support seemed baffled by this question and said I would need a PLC program. Does Beckhoff seriously not know anything about basic I/O configuration or did I just talk to the wrong person? It just baffles me that they would give this Ethernet/IP slave functionality, but not have a way to have status faults cascade into other networks.
Anyway, hoping there's a way I can handle all of this in the TwinCAT System Manager, not so that I have to do less work, but mostly so I can show my vendor and my Automation Specialist how to fix this the right way easy peasy, so it's easy for them to justify going back to fix this for all the systems they installed improperly.
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2023.06.02 02:19 FamousPenguin69 Can't use downloaded content

Can't use downloaded content
I was trying to play AC Unity when it said it couldn't verify liscense. So I tried to renew it. Accidentally clicked log out. No big deal logged back in. Now I am locked out of having my ps5 activated as my main and I can't restore liscenses. I can still use everything else but now any downloaded game is completely useless. I tried switching to wifi no go. Restarted twice no go. What can I do?
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2023.06.02 02:00 UI_bombshell I don’t think this is blizzard it’s psn

Yes the in game error code and license thing is happening. However in addition PlayStation network is going haywire. I have been completely booted from opening any game due to a licensing verification issue. I can’t even restore licenses because it says it can’t connect to psn halfway through. Idk what’s going on
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