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    Borg and Wildcat new ip ranges


    I have added the new TwoSix ips to Borg and wildcat. all clients need to change their RB and pc ip addresses as follows.

    Wildcat sector, the following need to change their network to...

    darkwing Today, 13:12 Go to last post


    I power cycled Saturn-Brack (on the TS), let me know if it is back up.

    Diabolix Today, 10:24 Go to last post

    Europa Site

    I will be visiting the site tonight after work to see whats up.

    Diabolix Today, 10:01 Go to last post

    Servers + Networking Equipment

    damnitall i really neeeded another one sigh

    SPoTpro Yesterday, 23:48 Go to last post

    Europa Site

    I accept the blame... Damn me for saying the Europa curse was lifted. I've been such a fool :(

    Wacko141 Yesterday, 21:31 Go to last post
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