No QUAKE packets this morning.
On 30 November 2012 20:09, Ewan Oughton <ewan at oughton.org> wrote:
> If anyone encounters this again, a packet capture might provide some
>>> On 30 November 2012 12:02, Ian Spillane <iantheteacher at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Is this a clue?
> > Although my netbook was easily able to reek havoc on the train network
> > accidentally running a test dhcp-type service (I won't say exactly what
> > obvious reasons - and it was an accident).
> > On 30 November 2012 18:13, Michael Jonker <michael at openpoint.ie> wrote:
> >> I attended the 'Hack the City' workshops a while back and on my way back
> >> on the train I was playing with some of the 'educational' tools we were
> >> shown. Not an expert here, but I saw a lot of packets named 'QUAKE' as
> >> - just assumed some of the lads in the carriage where playing the
> >> game online!
> >> Apparently not if you are seeing the same thing as well.
> >> Very mysterious.
> >> Michael Jonker
> >> On 30/11/12 15:58, Brendan Halpin wrote:
> >>> On the return leg the same thing is happening, and it didn't happen
> >>> I connected to the eduroam network in TCD. It's not 20 KiB/s, it's more
> >>> like 125 KiB/s: gnome-system-monitor truncates the graph labels. Also
> >>> is clear that this is just traffic between my machine and the wifi
> >>> router (it starts immediately on connection, and before I've validated
> >>> via the web; it's consistent and doesn't vary when broader connectivity
> >>> dropos off).
> >>> I've tried killing off all programs that might be connecting to the
> >>> and even services. Nothing seems to work: killing the dhclient daemon
> >>> seemed to do the job but that was probably only because it shut down
> >>> connection!
> >>> Brendan
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