In article <BCBBA6F4.432F9%invalid.>,
Gnarlodious <invalid.> wrote:
172.16.1.10 is in a private IP range.
_That_ one is a public IP address.
It sure does for me - a Web page called "Gnarlodious-Cube" ;) If it
doesn't for you, I assume you're trying from within your LAN and have
I suspect that 172.16.1.10 is that router's address. Assuming you have
your Airport BaseStation connected to the Covad's LAN side, than indeed
from that BaseStation's point of view 172.16.1.10 is the WAN address.
My LAN too has multiple routers and indeed it can be confusing. One
thing I do when I need to make sure I'm not fooling myself in such a
situation is to ssh into a remote machine elsewhere on the planet. From
there you can look at your LAN from the outside.
Sander Tekelenburg, <http://www.euronet.nl/~tekelenb/>
Mac user: "Macs only have 40 viruses, tops!"
PC user: "SEE! Not even the virus writers support Macs!"