Aboveunity.com Site Scraping

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

I have the worlds WORST Internet Connection, and one person in particular has been Scraping Hundreds of Thousands of Page Requests, Images, Downloads including Videos and any and all data the Scraper can get!

You're wasting My Time and your own by doing this! And its the busiest time of Year!!! Christmas, when EVERYONE has some time to learn!

My Website is over 25Gb!

At the speed you're Scraping, its going to take about a Decade to copy the data and in the meantime, no one can access My Websites and they pretty much become useless to ALL Members and Readers!

I am really angry that a single person thinks they have the right to STOP Everything for Everyone else just because they want a Local Copy of the Website, which as time goes on, has only so much use anyway!

 

I am so angry about this! I have extremely slow internet!

 

 

No wonder My Internet has become totally USELESS in the last Week or two!

Damn it, STOP! I will NOT HESITATE To entirely Block you! I will just redirect your IP to a XXX Site if you keep going! I am monitoring this Right now and for now on!

No wonder my Website goes offline every 5 Minutes! It is a DAMNED Delicate affair in the first place, just to get this Site Running for you, and its being abused by this person! 

I wont mind so much when I get Starlink, then the Bandwidth will be much better! Even so, Stopping everything for everyone else and the Site Crashing every 5 minutes is a really selfish thing to do! I have spent so much time investigating the Terrible Slowness and Crashing! What a WASTE of TIME!

I am SO ANGRY about this!

   Chris

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cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey, guys, my apologies to everyone. I thought it would be a good thing to have a read only AU.com that we could easily update periodically. I hope everyone is aware of the downtime and that has been an ongoing issue for the last months. That is what I wanted to solve. Chris, honestly, I was the one telling you what I was doing. You did not find this issue from the logs. What that tells you? Am I your friend or just a selfish, arrogant person you are describing above? Sorry about any incovenience! Stay strong!

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Stephen Mark)

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey CD,

I am angry about this, I have spent hours trying to find out what was going on, and fixing on going problems! I have a very delicate setup!

I have made it perfectly clear to everyone, Here, that I have a terrible internet connection and to please watch Bandwidth. Recently I asked you not to upload Videos through the file manager for the very same reason.

I did not use the word Arrogant, did I? Selfish, I might of.

I accept your apology and I hope you understand my terrible, very Time Consuming Situation! Yes, I consider you as My Friend! Friends can get a bit Cranky over things like this, as long as they can see eye to eye and make a mends over the problem? I hope so!

I spend a LOT of time making sure this Website and other Websites are running, and its very hard when these sorts of problems arise. So I hope you understand my frustration, which I am now over!

When Starlink finally arrives, we will be way better off! I hope soon!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

baerndorfer posted this 3 weeks ago

hi chris and everyone!

sorry to hear about your poor connection situation which can get very frustrating. on the other side i understand why someone decide to have a copy of the information that this site provides.

is it possible to copy the hole thing to a usb-stick and run the site from it? i would love to buy such a stick.

have a nice day!

regards

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cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey, @Chris,

Generally, AU and HYIQ are offline most of the night time in Australia. When I say generally, I mean almost all the daytime in Europe, almost every day. That is probably around 40% of the time. Also, when they're up they are slow.

Whenever I wish to post something I need to wait for the night to come on my timezone. That is probably the time you are manually bringing them up. I'm sure others are seeing these issues too.

Also, please consider the situation of a newcomer. Imagine such a person reads a post that links to another thread and when following the link, the forum goes offline or times out. Please, imagine the incentive that person feels!

I'm sure you are doing the best you can, but the end result is what we see and can work with.

You had help offers from us, your friends (Jagau, Fighter, me, possibly others). I'm making a new one with support from my buddy, Fighter.

I managed to download around 7 GB (it was more, but it's partially rubbish) of the total 25 GB. Are you ok with hosting this bit statically, online, excluding Tiers II and III ? Are you ok with linking it from the main page of AU.com? Consider the fact that this will also get some traffic off your connection.

I'm offering to update the html of the new pages and the home page html to keep it up to date. This means minimum bandwidth reduction on your connection once every few days.

@Baerndorfer,

is it possible to copy the hole thing to a usb-stick and run the site from it? i would love to buy such a stick.

It is possible as read-only, but I would give it to you for free. If @Chris agrees we can solve it easier.

Stay strong!

 

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Stephen Mark)

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey Guys,

The Solution is Starlink, or another Service similar, if Starlink ends up becoming a Waste of Time.

We have a lot of problems, the Database is SQL, so more than one Copy that is not Distributed, or Clustererd, will result in major issues if the Website has multiple copies each running different Databases. All data needs to be the same everywhere, or people will become confused and see issues with consistency!

My Friends, Patience, Starlink is coming according to the Account at Starlink. It should be here soon!

Managing the Bandwidth untill then is important, we are getting a very large number of Visits from people now, so its a case of keep doing the best we can unitll I can impliment a better solution!

I know its frustrating and I am sorry for Slowness and Downtime. CD, you got 115412 Site Request / Responses, and nearly 10Gb Downloaded, if we can limit this sort of thing then, Bandwidth will be much better for Users. Youre not the only one doing this, I have found other users also Scraping My Site! I am in the process of Identifying them blocking them now!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

 

cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey, @Chris, with all due respect, I don't know what to make of your response.

Do you want our help using a read-only copy updated every few days? Yes or no? No hard feelings.

Stay strong!

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Stephen Mark)

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey CD,

Making the Website Faster and more Stable is the answer, then everyone gets the same information every time. No issues with Out of date Data.

If people want specific Pages then maybe Printing to PDF is a solution?

No hard feelings Mate!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

As it turns out, we have had at least FIVE Bots sucking all my Bandwidth out and I have blocked all so far! This does not include the Search Engines, like Google and DuckduckGo!

I am monitoring and will keep an eye on this sort of behaviour!

This time of year, one cant help but ask:

"Is this Malicious Behavior to stop my Site Serving Pages, like a DDOS Attack"

 

I have noticed a progressively worse speed and Site Serving delay in the last few days / weeks! I simply do not believe in these sorts of Coincidences!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

 

P.S: The extent of this is staggering! With some more investigation, the page requests by BOTS is unbelievable!

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155 Dalvik/2.1.0+(Linux;+U;+Android+10;+SM-T295+Build/QP1A.190711.020)
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148 Mozilla/5.0+(X11;+Linux+x86_64;+rv:78.0)+Gecko/20100101+Firefox/78.0
146 Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+MSIE+9.0;+Windows+NT+6.1;+Trident/5.0;++Trident/5.0)
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143 Mozilla/5.0+(Windows+NT+10.0;+Win64;+x64)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.93+Safari/537.36+OPR/82.0.4227.33+(Edition+Yx+05)
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136 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+7.1.1;+ASUS_Z01BD)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.104+Mobile+Safari/537.36
129 Mozilla/5.0+(Windows+NT+6.3;+Win64;+x64;+rv:95.0)+Gecko/20100101+Firefox/95.0
128 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+11;+SAMSUNG+SM-A217F)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+SamsungBrowser/13.2+Chrome/83.0.4103.106+Mobile+Safari/537.36
128 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+7.1.1;+Moto+G+Play)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/81.0.4044.111+Mobile+Safari/537.36
128 Mozilla/5.0+(X11;+Linux+x86_64;+rv:95.0)+Gecko/20100101+Firefox/95.0
127 Mozilla/5.0+(Windows+NT+6.1;+Win64;+x64;+rv:96.0)+Gecko/20100101+Firefox/96.0
127 Mozilla/5.0+(iPhone;+CPU+iPhone+OS+14_8_1+like+Mac+OS+X)+AppleWebKit/605.1.15+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Mobile/18H107+[FBAN/FBIOS;FBDV/iPhone10,4;FBMD/iPhone;FBSN/iOS;FBSV/14.8.1;FBSS/2;FBID/phone;FBLC/nl_NL;FBOP/5]
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125 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+10;+SM-T295)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/80.0.3987.132+Safari/537.36
124 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+7.0;+SM-A710F)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.104+Mobile+Safari/537.36
123 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+10;+SM-G965F)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.104+Mobile+Safari/537.36
123 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+11;+SM-A505U1)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/87.0.4280.141+Mobile+Safari/537.36
122 Mozilla/5.0+(X11;+Linux+x86_64)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+HeadlessChrome/88.0.4298.0+Safari/537.36
121 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+10;+Infinix+X690B)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/90.0.4430.91+Mobile+Safari/537.36
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117 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+10;+SM-N960U)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.104+Mobile+Safari/537.36
116 Mozilla/5.0+(Windows+NT+10.0;+Win64;+x64)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/92.0.4515.107+Safari/537.36
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114 Mozilla/5.0+(Windows+NT+10.0;+Win64;+x64)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/90.0.4430.85+Safari/537.36
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113 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+11;+SM-A525F)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.104+Mobile+Safari/537.36
112 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+11;+Nokia+G20)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.104+Mobile+Safari/537.36
107 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+10;+SM-M305M)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/93.0.4577.62+Mobile+Safari/537.36
107 Mozilla/5.0+(Windows+NT+6.3)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.110+Safari/537.36
106 Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+Baiduspider-render/2.0;++http://www.baidu.com/search/spider.html)
106 Mozilla/5.0+(Windows+NT+10.0)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.110+Safari/537.36+Edg/96.0.1054.62
105 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+4.4.2;+T1060)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/81.0.4044.138+Safari/537.36
104 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+Android+11;+Pixel+2)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.104+Mobile+Safari/537.36
103 Mozilla/5.0+(Windows+NT+6.1;+Win64;+x64;+rv:94.0)+Gecko/20100101+Firefox/94.0
102 Mozilla/5.0+(Macintosh;+Intel+Mac+OS+X+10_13_6)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/96.0.4664.110+Safari/537.36
101 Mozilla/5.0+(X11;+CrOS+armv7l+13597.84.0)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Chrome/92.0.4515.98+Safari/537.36
101 Mozilla/5.0+(Linux;+U;+Android+10;+zh-CN;+HNR320T+Build/QP1A.190711.020)+AppleWebKit/537.36+(KHTML,+like+Gecko)+Version/4.0+OPR/12.68.0.4+Mobile+Safari/537.36

 

 

Still believe this is a coincidence? I definitely do NOT! This is over a duration of 10 Days!

 

Fighter posted this 3 weeks ago

Hi Chris,

Cd_Sharp just followed instructions from your post "I may not be here forever", if I remember well the title.

There you asked us to make copies of the data from the site or we may lose it forever.

I also immediately started to make copies of the threads manually.

I was talking to Cd_Sharp about this and he started the scraping process and I offered a hosting solution on my web server (which is temporary offline for now) for the static pages as a sub-domain of my domain (blue-software.com) if there will be necessary.

This was not a malicious action and it was made with good intentions (for saving the data just in case we gonna need it).

Sorry for affecting the bandwidth but it was the only possible way to get and save the data.

Best regards,

Fighter

Melendor posted this 3 weeks ago

Hello friends.

Sorry for the situation @Chris and I hope that the Starlink that you have ordered couple of months ago,will arrive with success at your home.

I share @Fighter's opinion,and I am sure that this was only a misunderstanding with the suggestions that you have us months ago,in doing copies of the website.

Cd_sharp has quality posts here and I am sure he is a honest person.(no malicious intent there)

*as a small suggestion,

What do you guys think about creating a Telegram group or some alternative place to "hang out " and discuss what is going on when the server here is down.

A backup plan is always good. I want to tell everybody that the information here and the work done here is like Diamond level +++ , however it is my Humble opinion that what matters more than this,is that we stay together. In the last 2 years because of manipulation,I have seen so much distance between people..but hey,I think that was the plan.

Divide and conquer. We must stay together and help one another,this is the only way.

Stay safe team !

~~~Melendor the wizard

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey Guys,

I am over the Cranky, I had, its ok, I don't hold a Grudge!

I think a more logical approach is best, looking after the little bandwidth I have is a better long term option isn't it? Then Everyone gets pages in a reasonable time frame, right?

I mean look at it this way, if one has a Hose that gives 1 liter an hour, we definitely don't want any leaks in the hose that drops the 1 liter an hour to 1 liter a week, do we! Lets look after what Bandwidth I do have so everyone can enjoy the Content, Please!

It is easy to panic and think a full copy of the site is the best option, but its simply not practical on a bandwidth of 0.30mbps is it?

I have posted progress on Starlink in the thread: Site Slow and some Dropouts - Your Help so I do not wish to continue to repeat myself here. All I want to say is: "Starlink is coming".

 

EDIT:

Please report any issues you may have, with Page Serving. I have blocked 30 Bots and set Concurrent User Request Limits to what I think is a reasonable number. There maybe limits that may be too restrictive, so please let me know if you have any General Browsing Issues!

 

For me, and via Web Proxy, I feel its faster already! This has been a very enlightening exercise, that's for sure! Definitely I see results, average ping over time is much better also!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

Jagau posted this 3 weeks ago

Hello Chris
From my side the site is faster than 5 days ago.
Hope you are doing well, it takes a lot of patience to operate a web site like here.
Thank you for what you do, I really appreciate it.
Jagau

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Thank You Jagau, I agree!

This has been a VERY Enlightening endeavor!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey, guys

@Chris, downtime again around this time:

Time in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia UTC+11:00 09:52 PM

Sunday January 2, 2022   Stay strong!

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Stephen Mark)

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scalarpotential posted this 3 weeks ago

This may work if the bots aren't malicious.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robots_exclusion_standard

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cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey, guys

@Chris, there are some unsolved things in this thread. I apologized for slowing down everyone. I did my part, mate. My buddy Fighter reminded you why I acted the way I did and that is a perfectly rational explanation.

However, when I see time passing by and things like this staying put:

Damn it, STOP! I will NOT HESITATE To entirely Block you! I will just redirect your IP to a XXX Site if you keep going! I am monitoring this Right now and for now on!

 

or this, which means I'm stupid and cannot calculate how much time it would take:

At the speed you're Scraping, its going to take about a Decade to copy the data

or this after I told you I've got 7GB (almost a third of the entire website) usable and the rest is rubbish and I had to delete it:

CD, you got 115412 Site Request / Responses, and nearly 10Gb Downloaded

or this, now that you know why. I'm sure you remember the phrase "I may no longer be here" :

Even so, Stopping everything for everyone else and the Site Crashing every 5 minutes is a really selfish thing to do!

In other words, I am a selfish, liar and stupid person. I think by this time you are calm.

Don't you think you have anything to do about it in the current, calm state of mind?

Also, please note that even after the above words I tried to do nothing but help you and protect you and the forum. I have very thick skin, but it is still human skin.

Stay strong!

 

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Stephen Mark)

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

@CD,

In the thread: Site Slow and some Dropouts - Your Help I already  explained there will be Dropouts! Again, I have a very Delicate setup just to bring you Aboveunity.com and hyiq.org.

Right at the moment, I am doing everything I can to minimise the Down Time!

I have build Software that detects Connection Issues and automatically Reconnects and logs the issues:

2/01/2022 6:08:41 AM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:21:08 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:21:19 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:21:19 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:21:19 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:21:19 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:21:19 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:21:19 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:21:19 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:21:19 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:21:19 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:21:19 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:21:25 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:21:25 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:21:25 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:21:25 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:21:25 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:21:25 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:21:25 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:21:25 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:21:25 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:21:25 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:21:27 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:21:27 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:21:27 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:21:27 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:21:27 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:21:27 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:21:27 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:21:27 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:21:27 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:21:27 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:21:40 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:21:40 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:21:40 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:21:40 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:21:40 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:21:40 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:21:40 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:21:40 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:21:40 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:21:40 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:21:45 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:21:53 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:21:53 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:21:53 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:21:53 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:21:53 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:21:53 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:21:53 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:21:53 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:21:53 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:21:53 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:00 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:00 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:00 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:00 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:00 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:00 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:00 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:00 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:00 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:00 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:01 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:01 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:01 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:01 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:01 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:01 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:02 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:02 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:02 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:02 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:08 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:16 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:16 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:16 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:16 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:16 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:16 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:16 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:16 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:16 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:16 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:21 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:21 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:21 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:21 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:21 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:21 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:21 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:21 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:21 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:21 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:22 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:22 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:22 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:22 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:22 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:22 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:22 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:22 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:22 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:22 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:28 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:28 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:28 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:28 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:28 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:28 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:28 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:28 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:28 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:28 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:223 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:223 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:223 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:223 PM:  Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:223 PM:  In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:223 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:223 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:223 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:223 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:223 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:224 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:224 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:224 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:224 PM:  Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:224 PM:  In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:224 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:224 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:224 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:224 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:224 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:226 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:226 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:226 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:226 PM:  Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:226 PM:  In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:226 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:226 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:226 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:226 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:226 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:46 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:46 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:46 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:46 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:46 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:46 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:46 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:46 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:46 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:46 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:48 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:48 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:48 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:48 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:48 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:48 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:48 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:48 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:48 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:48 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:54 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:54 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:54 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:54 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:54 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:54 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:54 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:54 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:54 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:54 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:22:55 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:22:55 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:22:55 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:22:55 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:22:55 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:22:55 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:22:55 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:22:55 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:22:55 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:22:55 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:05 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:23:05 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:23:05 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:23:05 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:23:05 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:23:05 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:23:05 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:23:05 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:23:05 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:23:05 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:13 PM: The system cannot find the file specified.
2/01/2022 2:23:19 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:23:19 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:23:19 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:23:19 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:23:19 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:23:19 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:23:19 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:23:19 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:23:19 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:23:19 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:20 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:23:20 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:23:20 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:23:20 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:23:20 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:23:20 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:23:20 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:23:20 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:23:20 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:23:20 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:23 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:23:23 PM: Remote Access error 868 - The remote connection was not made because the name of the remote access server did not resolve.
2/01/2022 2:23:23 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:23:23 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:23:23 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 868
2/01/2022 2:23:23 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:23:24 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:23:24 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:23:24 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:23:24 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:25 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.9
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:23:28 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:29 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:23:29 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:230 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:232 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:232 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:232 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:232 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.10
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:234 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:236 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:236 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:237 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:239 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:239 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:239 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:239 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.7
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:23:41 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:43 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:23:43 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:23:43 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:23:45 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:23:46 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:23:46 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:23:46 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:23:48 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.8
2/01/2022 2:23:50 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:23:50 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:23:50 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:23:52 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:23:52 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:23:52 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:23:53 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.6
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:23:55 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:23:57 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:23:57 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:23:57 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:23:59 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:23:59 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:23:59 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:01 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:24:03 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.9
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:04 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:24:06 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:06 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:24:06 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:24:06 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.10
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:24:09 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:24:11 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:11 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:11 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:24:13 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:13 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:24:13 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:24:13 PM: Remote Access error 629 - The connection was closed by the remote computer.
2/01/2022 2:24:13 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:24:13 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:24:13 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 629
2/01/2022 2:24:13 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:24:13 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:14 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:24:14 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:24:14 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:24:14 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:24:16 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:16 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:24:16 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:16 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:24:18 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:24:18 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:24:18 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.7
2/01/2022 2:24:18 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:24:18 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:24:18 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:18 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:24:19 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:24:19 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:24:19 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:24:19 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:24:20 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:20 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:24:20 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:22 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:23 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:24:23 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:23 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:24:26 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.8
2/01/2022 2:24:27 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:27 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:27 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:24:29 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:29 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:24:29 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:24:29 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.6
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:242 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:244 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:244 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:244 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:246 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:246 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:246 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:246 PM: Remote Access error 629 - The connection was closed by the remote computer.
2/01/2022 2:246 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:246 PM:  Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:246 PM:  In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 629
2/01/2022 2:246 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:246 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:246 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:247 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:247 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:247 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:249 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:249 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:249 PM: Verifying username and password...A device attached to the system is not functioning. 
2/01/2022 2:249 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:249 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:249 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:249 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:249 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:249 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:24:41 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:41 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:24:41 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:41 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.9
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:24:43 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:24:46 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:46 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:46 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:24:48 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:48 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:24:48 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:48 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.10
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:24:50 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:24:53 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:53 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:24:53 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:55 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:24:55 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:24:55 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:55 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.7
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:24:57 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:25:00 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:00 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:00 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:25:02 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:02 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:25:02 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:02 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.8
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:25:05 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:25:06 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:06 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:07 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: Remote Access error 629 - The connection was closed by the remote computer.
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 629
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:25:09 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:25:11 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:11 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:25:11 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:11 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.6
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:25:15 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:25:16 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:16 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:16 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: Remote Access error 629 - The connection was closed by the remote computer.
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 629
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:25:18 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:25:20 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:20 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:20 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:25:20 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:25:20 PM: Remote Access error 628 - The connection was terminated by the remote computer before it could be completed.
2/01/2022 2:25:20 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:25:20 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:25:20 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 628
2/01/2022 2:25:20 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:25:21 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:25:21 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:25:21 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:25:21 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:25:23 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:23 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:25:23 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:24 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:250 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:250 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:250 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:250 PM:  Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:250 PM:  In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:250 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:250 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:250 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:250 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:250 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:252 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:252 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:252 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:252 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:258 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:258 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:258 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:258 PM:  Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:258 PM:  In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:258 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:258 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:258 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:258 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:258 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:259 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:259 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:259 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:259 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: Registering your computer on the network...
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: Successfully connected to VPN.
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: Network Interface: VPN Connected!
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: Connected with Non-Dedicated Ip Address: 172.94.85.9
2/01/2022 2:25:43 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:44 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:44 PM: Network Interface: VPN Disconnected!
2/01/2022 2:25:46 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:46 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:25:46 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:46 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:25:52 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:25:52 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:25:52 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:25:52 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:25:52 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:25:52 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:25:52 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:25:52 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:25:52 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:25:52 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:25:53 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:25:53 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:25:53 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:25:53 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:25:59 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:25:59 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:25:59 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:25:59 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:25:59 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:25:59 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:25:59 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:25:59 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:25:59 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:25:59 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:26:00 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:26:00 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:26:00 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:26:00 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:26:06 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:26:06 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:26:06 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:26:06 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:26:06 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:26:06 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:26:06 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:26:06 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:26:06 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:26:06 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:26:07 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:26:07 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:26:07 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:26:07 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:26:13 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM: Remote Access error 629 - The connection was closed by the remote computer.
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 629
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:26:14 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:26:16 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:26:16 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:26:16 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:26:16 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:26:22 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:26:22 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:26:22 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:26:22 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:26:22 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:26:22 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:26:22 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:26:22 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:26:22 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:26:22 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:26:23 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:26:23 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:26:23 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:26:24 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:260 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:260 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:260 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:260 PM:  Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:260 PM:  In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:260 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:260 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:260 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:260 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:260 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:262 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:262 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:262 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:262 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:268 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:268 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:268 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:268 PM:  Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:268 PM:  In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:268 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:268 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:268 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:268 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:268 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:269 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:269 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:269 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:269 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:26:45 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:26:45 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:26:45 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:26:45 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:26:45 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:26:45 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:26:45 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:26:45 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:26:45 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:26:45 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:26:46 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:26:46 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:26:46 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:26:46 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:26:52 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:26:52 PM: Remote Access error 809 - The network connection between your computer and the VPN server could not be established because the remote server is not responding. This could be because one of the network devices (e.g, firewalls, NAT, routers, etc) between your computer and the remote server is not configured to allow VPN connections. Please contact your Administrator or your service provider to determine which device may be causing the problem.
2/01/2022 2:26:52 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:26:52 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:26:52 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 809
2/01/2022 2:26:52 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:26:52 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:26:52 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:26:52 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:26:52 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25
2/01/2022 2:26:53 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:26:53 PM: No connections
2/01/2022 2:26:53 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:26:53 PM: Connecting to VPN...
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM: Disconnecting from: 0.0.0.0
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM: Command completed successfully.
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM: Verifying username and password...
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM: Remote Access error 629 - The connection was closed by the remote computer.
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM: For more help on this error:
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM:   Type 'hh netcfg.chm'
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM:   In help, click Troubleshooting, then Error Messages, then 629
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM: Port Forwarding: VPN using Netsh.
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM: Listen on ipv4:             Connect to ipv4:
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM: Address         Port        Address         Port
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM: --------------- ----------  --------------- ----------
2/01/2022 2:26:58 PM: 172.xxx.xxx.xxx    25          192.xxx.xxx.xxx     25

 

I wish this was not so difficult but I have done the best I can with what was avaliable, untill a better option is avaliable, this is better than nothing at all!

I ask you to please be patient and think of the over all situation, and not the negative side of this situation so much.

 

@Scalarpotential - Thank You and yes I have put a robots.txt file in place, but fint that it is not as effective as doing a full Bot Block, that way no pages are served, or txt files are served at all.

Yes some bots are Melicious! From the logs above, you can see some do not even have a name, some use standard Browser User Agent String: "Mozilla/5.0+(Windows;+U;+Windows+NT+5.0;+en-US;+rv:1.1)+Gecko/20020826" and "Mozilla/5.0+(Windows+NT+10.0;+Win64;+x64;+rv:95.0)+Gecko/20100101+Firefox/95.0". Some are not conforming to Crawler Standard at all! Yes we have had a Melicious Attack of Evil Robots!

Personally, I believe we were attacked to make Christmas Period unuseable for people, the busiest time of year! We have had more traffic in the last few months than ever before and we were crippled during the most productive time of year when everyone has some time off to look for answers!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

@Chris, I feel offended by your attitude.

As long as this thread stays the way it is I refuse to participate. I'm ready to be kicked out from your forum if you choose that way.

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Stephen Mark)

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

CD,

I think you're over reacting, but you decide what's best for you.

I warned everyone, including you via PM, of bandwidth issues long before you started scraping My Forum, and you went ahead and did it anyway. I am no longer cranky at you, like I said, this exercise was very enlightening, I found many malicious bots, all doing nasty things! The data is shown above!

The way I see it, and hope others see it the same way, is that EVERYONE gets fair access to Aboveunity.com at all times!

I am not apologising for this CD!

Best Wishes,

   Chris 

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Jagau posted this 3 weeks ago

Hello friends


I see it as a warning, it is a thing not to do, and it's good to say it.


I don't blame you at all CD, Chris has the moderator's job and it is not easy and he has to be equal with all, that's what you did.
CD and Chris, we need you two on this forum, each has an important role to play and the most important thing is that we talk to each other.


I hope CD you will come back with us because I see you as a friend and a good experimenter.

Jagau

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends, 

I agree with Jagau, CD is a welcome Member, if he chooses?

Fact of the matter is, if one looks at the data:

  • Now Identified: 49+ Bots or Scrapers Identified in 10 Days!
  • 270,374 Requests in 10 Days!
  • My Upload Bandwidth: 0.3 Mbps was reduced to nothing!
  • I am sure All Readers have had terrible trouble Viewing My Forum in the last 10 Days!
  • On a Hard Wired PC, 7 of 10 Pages could not be displayed on My Network in the last 10 Days!
  • All Readers know my situation!
  • and the list goes on!

 

I have no issue with people Printing to pdf, pages on My Forum, I am fine with that! 

I ask all Members and Readers for a Fair Use Agreement, please think of others! All I expect is a Fair and Thoughtful use of My Forum! I spend lots of Time and Money keeping this Forum Running for Everyone!

Bots and Scrapers ARE being Monitored now and will be Blocked asap! This is being monitored by IP, and Page Requests! Do the wrong thing and I WILL shut you down permanently! This Forum is for Everyone!

NOTE: Bots and Scrapers do not show up in the: RevolverMaps because they do not Render Javascript, or any other scripts. This means, only Unique IP Address Visits with Page Rendering are logged in this App.

Definitely there is an improvement on performance compared to only a few days ago! Much faster and more responsive! Faster Internet connection will be awesome! Cant wait for Starlink!

I am really not asking for much at all, all website owners can feel the Logic Here!

Best Wishes,

   Chris 

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

I think my issue may help others in a similar situation?

I use a custom application to monitor all IIS Connections, via the IIS Logs. Using this information, I look for Connections, or Page Requests that I do not want to occur, that slow me down!

By using IIS Url Rewrite Rules:

 

 

IMPORTANT: Backup Your Web.Config file before you make any changes!

 

I added the following:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<configuration>

  ...

  <!--   Webserver   -->
  <system.webServer>

    ...

    <!--   Url Rewrite Rules   -->
    <rewrite>
      <rules>

        ...

        <!--   BOT BLOCKING   -->
        <rule name="Bot Blocking" patternSyntax="ECMAScript" stopProcessing="true">
          <match url="(.*)" />
          <conditions logicalGrouping="MatchAny">

            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern="-" />

            <!-- These two were bad boys -->
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Gecko/20020826" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Cyotek" />

            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*DataForSeoBot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*centuryb" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Pinterest" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*SemrushBot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Barkrowler" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Adsbot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*BLEXBot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Qwantify" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Applebot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*MJ12bot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*DotBot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*expanseinc" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*YaK" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*linkdexbot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Neevabot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*SeznamBot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*sogou" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*proximic" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Mail.RU_Bot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Birdcrawlerbot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*netsystemsresearch" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*The+Knowledge+AI" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*CriteoBot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*webprosbot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*PetalBot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*AhrefsBot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*SeznamBot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*ALittle+Client" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Wget" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Grover" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*webprosbot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Bidtellect" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Embarcadero" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Lavf" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Crawlson" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Birdcrawlerbot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*special_archiver" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Expanse+indexes" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Facebot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Twitterbot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*GrapeshotCrawler" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*python-requests" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*cortex" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*Apache-HttpClient" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*ltx71" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*panscient" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*DotBot" />
            <add input="{HTTP_USER_AGENT}" pattern=".*SEOkicks" />
          </conditions>

          <action type="AbortRequest" />
        </rule>
      </rules>
    </rewrite>

    ...

  </system.webServer>

  ...

</configuration>

 

NOTE: The three dots ( ... ) indicate other, important Configuration Content, not included for obvious reasons! 

This completely disconnects the Client, without having to do any Page Serving or Redirection at all, saying to the Client, you're not welcome to slow me down any more!

Also NOTE: User Agent can Change, however, blocking can be done with and IP or Hostname and other options:

 

There are thousands of Bots, I have only seen 50 or so giving me issues, some of which are genuine bots, but not wanted! I have noticed a huge improvement in Performance now I have Blocked these Scrapers or Bots!

The trick from now on, is obviously keep monitoring, and keep Blocking as required!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

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cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

@Chris

I am not apologising for this CD!

I hope not all the good people will leave you. Please close down my account as I cannot do it. Farewell!

"It's just the knowledge of the coils and how they interact with each other" (Stephen Mark)

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

As you wish CD,

Best Wishes and farewell,

   Chris

scalarpotential posted this 3 weeks ago

Hosting video's maybe wasn't a good idea, they are redownloaded each time a thread is visited, the poison thread downloaded 240MB (or 158MB  transferred) per visit, that should be 7MB for a forum.

Btw CD_sharp's idea of a  read-only mirror to save you on bandwidth wasn't a bad idea.

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey Scalarpotential,

Yes this is also an issue, this was done when we had fast internet, and is a feature I have not yet disabled, I was hoping a solution would presented it self before it is necessary to disable this feature.

Many videos on that thread are also hosted on other Video Platforms, so not all are from Aboveunity.com! Bitchute and so on.

CD's Choice to leave was his own, and I feel it is only right I have left his forum also, parting ways is sometimes for the best.

I do not agree that copying this Forum is a good idea! There is only one Aboveunity.com and there can not be any copies, data integrity is critical! Privacy Laws are very strict! I could end up with a law suit if I let a copy be taken else where, I have not authorised any copies of my website either, so any copy's done, are without my authorisation!

In Point of Fact, anytime I was asked, and I was asked several times, I said no, I did not want anyone to copy My Websites for these very reasons!

FUN FACT: In the last 15 Hours and 12 minutes, we have had ZERO Dropouts! Amazed? You should be!!!

 

Crippling the Army of Evil Robots has greatly improved our situation!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

Fighter posted this 3 weeks ago

Hello Chris,

Let's put this in a different perspective, one which you don't know and seems you never thought about it.

We had AboveUnity down before unexpectedly for 7 months. You know what everyone regretted then ? The fact we didn't had a copy of it and we all were sure all the information is gone forever and we all thought maybe something happened to you.

Do you know how it is to try to scrap and put together bits of information from Wayback Machine and never being able to put at least a single complete thread together ? That's the reason I always asked to have a backup just in case that happens.

Because here is also our contribution, our experiments, everything. And having all this in a single location is an ideal way for "them" to make it disappear forever. And it almost happened !

You know at that time Cd_Sharp and me tried desperately to find out if you are still alive and to contact you ? And he offered to pay half of the phone bill if the calls to Australia will be too expensive for me ? I don't know if you ever checked your old answering machine for the phone number ending with 0912, probably not, but there is a message from me: "Hello Chris, this is Fighter, please contact us, we're really worried about you. thank you".

That's the guy you insulted these days.

The reason ? You told us that what happened in the past is possible to happen again and now we could lose the information forever. And that we should save it. Now seriously, who do you think would print entire threads (with videos) or the entire site ? Just to fill his room with tens of thousands of papers ? And how useful would be to have some mountains of papers in your room ?

The only solution was to save static pages. The ONLY logical solution. So we don't go again in dark for half of year or maybe (who knows ?) forever ! Because here is our work too, the work of every member. So we have something to share with the team members later if something like this happens again.

Of course, this had the potential to affect the bandwidth and some members to experience interruptions, but when there is possible that soon the site could go down again for a long time what do you think those members would prefer ? To not have possible interruption while they're browsing the site temporarily or to have a archive later to read if the site go down for a long time again ? The answer is obvious I think.

So a short description of this: you told us that what happened in the past is about to happen again and we should save the data, we acted and you became angry because the bandwidth was affected and started insulting Cd_Sharp. Makes any sense ? Not really...

I'm telling you that I know Cd_Sharp for many-many years, he is a very honest and correct guy, very rare in these days. And he is right to leave when he gets insulted for doing the right thing when there was the possibility to happen again what happened before. He talked to me, we discussed about this and the conclusion was we need to act before the site disappear again so if necessary we can share the backup with the members of the team later.

So in the past months we lost YoElMiCrO, Vidura and now Cd_Sharp. The reasons ? Not entirely clear, very questionable, just like in this case. Who's next ?

I simply don't understand why you're destroying the team you created. But if you wish so, so be it.

Regards,

Fighter

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Hello Fighter,

I understand your concern about Website and access. I get that, I understand! But its not a concern that you need worry about, its mine!

 

NOTE: YoElMiCrO and Vidura are still members, even if they no longer post as often, due to other circumstances.

 

I don't want to loose Members, that's not what I want, but CD chose to leave! So I do not agree with you on this topic! I forgave him, for what he did, but look at the data, there is a MUCH BIGGER picture than just CD choosing to Scrape My Forum, against My Wishes!

Today, I have 55+ Bots Blocked, most may be genuine, but I don't want them! Some are Evil and not Genuine!

Readers saw a public display of me being Cranky, and some may think for good reason? Some obviously do not, but, what's the saying: "Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few." - Spock.

 

Then, Captain Kirk answers: “Or the one.

This forum is for Everyone!

You and many other members asked for a Backup on many occasions now, and I told you, I can not let a Copy of the site go, I have too many problems to worry about:

  • Legal
  • Ethical
  • Technical
  • and more.

 

I wish you would just be happy that the Site has been here and running since 2nd August 2021 1:20 PM AEST I just wish you would be happy with the Effort, Time and investment I have made, and some of you have helped with also, to bring back Aboveunity.com and hyiq.org, under the circumstances, its a Mammoth Effort as you know having an IT Background!

Fighter, the fact of the matter is, already, most have learnt what is necessary to make these machines, most people have the required knowledge in their heads, if only people would have a little more faith in themselves, and less in Failed Bureaucracy, then they would be so much better off!

You already have all the necessary answers, and a simple think on a problem and you have solved any issues that may arise, you're very advanced in the field! As are many other Members Here!

There are some that try, there are some that don't, and we have helped everyone, even if they do not yet realise it!

I have the Data, I have Backups of Backups and Backups of that also!

If they take the Site Down, then I will distribute via other methods! I have Plans well beyond Today and current circumstances! You need not worry about this! I have done it once already and we came back! This whole Field can not ever go away now! Too many know about it!

 

This whole issue is about getting information to people!

Christmas Break, when everyone has some time, to look for answers, is an Important time to have Stable Access, best I can!

We were Crippled during a very important Time!

 

If CD wants to return, please PM me, I will reactivate his account, until then, I have abided by his whishes, his account has been deactivated. I still consider CD as My Friend, even if we are not currently on speaking terms. Like Jagau said, this thread is more of a warning, of what Not to Do!

Now, I am tired of being harassed about this whole subject! It has wasted so much Time, over a Period I did not want to spend so much Time, away from my Loved Ones!

We all could have been doing much more productive things!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

P.S: its now 18 Hours, 43 Minutes, and not a single Dropout! Amazing isn't it! Do Readers see what's actually going on here? Look from above, see a bigger picture! We still have slow moments, still needs to be solved! But no Dropouts! Spectacular Progress!

P.P.S: Only 0.049% of Site Visits are from Members Actively Logged In! That's a stunning Statistic!

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Fighter posted this 3 weeks ago

what's the saying: "Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few." - Spock.

 

Then, Captain Kirk answers: “Or the one.

This forum is for Everyone!

That's exactly the point !

The needs of many (which will need that archive later if the site goes down) outweighs the need of the few (maybe 2-3 who could have some interruptions while they're temporarily browsing the site at that time).

Cd_Sharp was doing that for everyone. He was not doing the archive for himself. So if the site goes down again for another X months (as you warned us it can happen) the team will not go in dark again those X months. The team would still have an archive to search in for the data they need.

Believe me, the only reason I was not the one doing this was the simple fact that I was preparing to travel home ! I told him I can't do it at that moment but we need to save the data as we could have limited time before site could go down. I told him we should not let the entire team go in dark again for months like it happened last time, now we could do something about it. So he started saving the data. I repeat, for everyone.

And what he received for doing this effort ? Insults. You understand now why he left ? You would do the same if that would happened to you.

I spoke to him, he will not return. "His wishes" ? What wishes ? He left because he was insulted.

About YoElMiCrO and Vidura, sure, let me know when they will post again.

I never thought I will ever see this happening here...

Regards,

Fighter

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Fighter, why are you so intent on copying My Websites? Even when you have been told: NO!

Please Man, Please Stop!

I am pretty dissapointed with your Approach to this Topic! You have no right to stop other readers from Accessing My Website because you want it all! No Right!

And now you admit you were working together to do this? WTF MAN!

There truly was no need to bring YoElMiCrO and Vidura into this conversation! Do you think this was a good idea? I am very dissapointed you felt it necessary to do this!

 

You and CD were told: NO!

You went against My Wishes!

 

 

Some FACTS:

  • This is My Forum!
  • These are My Websites!
  • You dont get to make any Administrative Decissions here! frown

 

This is unbelieveable behaviour! I am very dissapointed!

 

On Another Note: 20 Hours, not a single Dropout! Progress My Friends! Progress!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

From time to time, 8pm approx last night aest, a few drop outs, but stable again after that!

I would estimate a 1000% improvement of stability and site access after blocking some IP's and Dozens of Bots!

I would like to hear others opinions on this also.

Best Wishes,

   Chris

 

Melendor posted this 3 weeks ago

I would like to hear others opinions on this also.

Hello @Chris. I get loading times of under 1 second. Do you have Gigabit internet or what? You did a great job with the improvements. Thank you. ~~~Melendor the wizard

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey Melendor,

Thanks for the feed back! No I have very slow internet, speed test is on the first post, but I hope to have much faster Internet soon, hopefully Starlink will be here soon.

Since sending the Army of bots off into oblivion, we have had a massive improvement in Speed and Access! I am so pleased with the result! 

Best Wishes,

   Chris

Jagau posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Chris

same as Melendor here in Canada londing time under 1 second,

wonderfull

Jagau

thaelin posted this 2 weeks ago

Before, my site down was around 80%, so far up 100% now. I cant remember how it is done now but there was a setting in the main page of your website that would stop any download of the site code.

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baerndorfer posted this 2 weeks ago

from here (austria) it looks very good! it acts like a 'normal' website now.

thank you

Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

I am so pleased Guys!

Thank You for letting me know!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

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Heliarc posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Chris.

I am wondering if I got thrown into the category of being blocked? I have rarely been online here though. I did notice today I couldn't access website via Chrome. But I haven't ever downloaded any data. Nor am I sure how. It may just be a glitch or something. Assuming you could look at this individually (like user online X time?)

I've just recently started getting back into experimenting. Working on a BiTT now.

I can send you IP if you would want to check but yeah not sure if it maybe kept me signed in or something?

Thanks-

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello Heliarc,

I am very sorry! It is possible!

Can you please visit: What is my User Agent, using Chrome, the version youre not able to access AU.com, and send me the string in the box:

 

My User Agent is:

Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/96.0.4664.110 Safari/537.36 Edg/96.0.1054.62

 

I also use Chrome as well as Edge, and my version of Chrome works, but not all User Agent Strings are the same, for each browser and each version of each browser.

Appologies, I am sorry if I have inadvertantly blocked your Browser. I will fix it asap! Please send details.

I ask all who have had any trouble, to please report issues, via another browser, and I will fix it asap. I have been pretty harsh, blocking anything that might look like a Bot, and because its using regular expressions, its possible to match to another string.

Best Wishes,

   Chris

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Wistiti posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi everyone.

It's more than 2 days im not able to connect to the forum. 

I have done some experiments this last time and when i finally be able to connect, i see this conversation!!.....................................WHAT IS HAPPENING!!????

 

The ellit team is vaporising...     The troll must be really happy and laughing reading this.....   Again,

 

The danger in this covid time is not so the virus than the polarisation of the people... We see it happen even in some familly... vaccine or not, fake or not real or not............................................................ 

Personnally i have decide to stay out of this. not engaging anything cause i know it's a dead end... 

 

Please freinds, I and WE need a place to work togethers freelly!   

 

I will continue to share my experiment here and at CD's and Fighter forum  (if everyone still want me in! ) cause i sincerlly think you guys are real ones an i enjoy learning with your's sharing.

 

Really a sad time..........

 

Good job Trolls...     

 

Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Wistiti,

I could not agree more! 

I am EXTREMELY Disappointed that a few have taken in upon themselves to create SUCH CHAOS, during the most Important time of the Year!

At the same time, I have found Hundreds, doing the same thing!

An Active Cyber Attack of Pre-Programed Drones, slowing us down to a near Stop! 

CD and Fighter were told NO, they went ahead and did what they were told not to do, stopping Everyone from Browsing the Forum, hundreds of Thousands of Forum Downloads, they both knew My Situation, Bandwidth issues and all, I am really Very Disappointed about this act of Betrayal!

It is very hard to Trust people when they Actively Create Such CHAOS!

Let the Trolls have their brief Laugh, it is them that have created this situation! Now they have no more options:

  • Trolling has been thwarted!
  • Misleading Red Herrings have been thwarted!
  • Cyber Attacks have been thwarted!

 

They have nothing now! They have become useless accessories to a defunct establishment! Their Time is up, its past! They have their own set of Serious Problems!

It would be nice to publish some Data I can see, but it has IP Addresses and Usernames associated, so for now, I will keep this to my self.

I have temporarily Closed Forum Registration, due to some Trolls, which were banned, coming back under different usernames!

I am very Disappointed!

 

@ALL Readers - Please report any Browsing issues, I see a Rule was creating some issues, I hope I have resolved the issue, but lets see.

 

Best Wishes,

   Chris

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello Heliarc,

I believe I have found the issue, as I suspected, the String was being matched to a Rule in Error. I have modified the Rule and believe its now fixed.

Please let me know if there are any issues with Browsing.

Best Wishes,

   Chris

P.S: I am now up to 91 Bots Blocked and several IP Addresses also! Average Ping, Latency, has Twice is good as it was. This has been going on for some time now!

Still, Active Member Connections is only: 22.82% of Total Connections! Lots of Readers Not Logged In!

Some examples:

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Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+SemrushBot/7~bl;++http://www.semrush.com/bot.html)
Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+BLEXBot/1.0;++http://webmeup-crawler.com/)
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Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+Googlebot/2.1;++http://www.google.com/bot.html)
Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+MJ12bot/v1.4.8;+http://mj12bot.com/)
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Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+DotBot/1.2;++https://opensiteexplorer.org/dotbot;+help@moz.com)
Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+YandexBot/3.0;++http://yandex.com/bots)
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Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+DataForSeoBot/1.0;++https://dataforseo.com/dataforseo-bot)
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Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+YandexImages/3.0;++http://yandex.com/bots)
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Googlebot-Video/1.0
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'DuckDuckBot-Https/1.1;+(+https://duckduckgo.com/duckduckbot)'
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(compatible;PetalBot;+https://aspiegel.com/petalbot)
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Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+SemrushBot;++http://www.semrush.com/bot.html)
Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+YaK/1.0;+http://linkfluence.com/;+bot@linkfluence.com)
Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+Bingbot/2.0;++http://www.bing.com/bingbot.htm)
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Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+coccocbot-web/1.0;++http://help.coccoc.com/searchengine)
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Mozilla/5.0+(compatible;+ThinkChaos/0.3.0;++In_the_test_phase,_if_the_ThinkChaos_brings_you_trouble,_please_add_disallow_to_the_robots.txt._Thank_you.)
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Heliarc posted this 2 weeks ago

Maybe an idea? Is it possible to limit content to unsubcribed viewers (no account) to viewing the forum?

Like, make a alternative front that maybe has a brief description of the content and requiring them to make acc to read?

I could easily see it happening. Because your content is all open to all traffic. Just a thought about it. Maybe that would help throttle it down while also boosting member count if that is something you are interested in.

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Heliarc posted this 2 weeks ago

And yes, BTW. It works for me now on Chrome!! Thanks alot!

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Maybe an idea? Is it possible to limit content to unsubcribed viewers (no account) to viewing the forum? Like, make a alternative front that maybe has a brief description of the content and requiring them to make acc to read? I could easily see it happening. Because your content is all open to all traffic. Just a thought about it. Maybe that would help throttle it down while also boosting member count if that is something you are interested in.

 

Hello Heliarc,

All very good ideas!

The problem is, I want all content to be displayed to everyone, for the reason that I want this technology to be adopted quickly and easily.

I am reserved about hiding information from people, I think the more that is avaliable to people, the better off we will be in the long run!

Yes we have had some experiments hidden, so we can work on them in Peace and Quiet, but the actual information is still completely Open to Everyone! Anyone can do the same experiments if they have the knowledge, if they wish.

At the end of the day, an Energy Machine must:

  1. "Generate" Voltage - Charge Sepperation.
  2.  and Pump Current - Bucking Magnetic Fields.

 

and Magnetic Fields that Change in Time, create this set of Important Circumstances.

The Conventional Transformer is such a Naive Approach to such a Simple Subject! There is no requirement that states: M.M.FPrimary = M.M.FSecondary - Losses.  This is an Ignorant, Assumed Boundary!

If more Active Researchers managed to make these simple Realisations, they would be so much better off! Of course, Readers here, at Aboveunity.com, are very much further ahead, simply because we all have made these Simple Realisations!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

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Chris posted this 5 days ago

My Friends,

Seems we have had some spiteful actions occur when caught out doing the wrong thing, and some threads were deleted:

 

There was really nothing of value in those threads anyway! Nothing that was not covered in Completeness in My Threads already! The public seeing this sort of thing I think is Important!

In the mean time, we still have many Romanian Visitors, who are they I wonder:

 

I am tracking IP Addresses as we speak!

One of the reasons I left Fighter and CD_Sharp's forum:

Ref: https://free-energy.proboards.com/

 

Because it is Completely Closed to the PUBLIC!

Not a single thread can be seen by public and I do not agree with that! 

NOTE: I did not delete any threads when I left! All Threads I created, to help others, were left intact!

Do you see what I have to deal with! Do you see why I release little bits at a time? Because some people take and give nothing back! They then claim it as their own! Not realising how silly they look when others see it and say: "Hey hang on, Chris has been sharing this for years, you just Copied Him!"

Let these people be exposed for what they really are, it has worked out really well for them so far! NOT! Hahahaha!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

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Wistiti posted this 5 days ago

Chris my freind, I'm sorry but I disagree with your last statement...

I'm still thinking CD , Fighters and some others merit their place and respect here... they have shared freely their precious time and effort with the teams members. I don't think they are some kind of troll or suspect people. I think they deserve way more than many followers here who stay quiet and just look without sharing.

Please my freind, keep the team strong!

Chris posted this 5 days ago

Hey Wistiti,

My Friend, you're welcome to your opinion!

The evidence I see, it is Very Damming! They have certainly not done the Right Thing! At any point! I am Very Disappointed with what they have Deliberately Done, Against My Wishes, they Betrayed me, that's all there is to it!

CD_Sharp Deleting those Threads verifies my assessment! Which I had suspicions of well before the recent events!

They had no Right to bring My Websites to a Complete Stop over Christmas, for nearly two weeks! I said No, they Defied me and created Chaos!

If others see what they have done as Right, or not Wrong, they are also welcome to their opinion! In the mean time, I will have mine, based on Evidence presented here in this Thread!

I see you:

 

92.85.154.132 - 814 Hits today alone!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

Jagau posted this 5 days ago

Yes fortunately on this site here we are free to express our opinion without constraint, the site is open and accessible to all.
When CD asked to close his account here I was surprised too, after having read the facts I believe that the moderator of the site also has things to do before arriving there.


As I have read and understood as all of you CD has acted at will without taking into account the multiple warnings of the moderator. He may have unintentionally overloaded the site at a point where several members and non-members could not access the website. As I said after several requests by private messages and warnings from the moderator of the website not to do what he did.

It is still inconceivable to not respect the basic rules, namely that when you are asked not to do something and you do it anyway, you must still expect to have reprimands and a hit on your fingers.

it is a basic rule in any forums I believe.

Cd continued anyway and asked to close his account, afterwards Fighter told the moderator that he was also the one who had asked CD that too and they continued again,

so I agree 100% with what the moderator of the site asked them to not do and they left on their own, it was not the moderator who banned them from the site.

At some point stop hiding your head in the sand and stop breaking the rules of this forum and assume your responsibilities.

Jagau

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Chris posted this 5 days ago

Hi Jagau,

I did Ban Fighter, for Arguing with me after the fact. So Fighter was Banned after I found out he was also responsible along with CD: Here. CD was not Banned, but perhaps should have been. Maybe I left this Action too Late?

All Data, Here on My Websites, is NOT theirs to Take and Distribute! Never will be!

From the Evidence, seems there is a Pattern here, and its a Pattern of Destruction, not Construction undecided

I agree and Thank You! 

Best Wishes My Friend,

   Chris

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Chris posted this yesterday

My Friends,

Since fixing the Problem, in the last 24 hours we got 8120 IP Visits, of these 1891, or 23.288% are Member Logins, so more people are visiting that are not Members than Members.

This figure is up 800% in recent months!

People are looking for the truth and find it ONLY Here, Aboveunity.com!

Since Fixing the Problem, Blocking nearly 10 IP Addresses and 92 Agent Headders, we have seen Hundreds of times more efficient Website Access which in turn allows for more visitors to find the truth!

I believe we saw a concerted effort to stop people from Learning the Truth, to bring Aboveunity.com down and make Readers loose interest - What an Epic Failure that Was! BACKFIRE!!!

Attempts to discredit me have been occuring since 2015, when I started Public Disclosure! I am used to it, and it only strengthens Peoples Search for Truth when they see it! Play Book Known by most people these days!

Still Improvements are to be made for Website Speed!

A Wave of Awakening is occuring right now and its sooo good to see! Sometimes you just need to remove Trouble!

You cant lead a community into the future when you have Nothing!!! Only one Website has the Technology and the Truth, and youre Here Reading it! www.AboveUnity.com - Be Part of Something Better!

Best Wishes,

   Chris

 

P.S: For the record, when Fighter bought Vidura and YoElMiCrO into the discussion, they were put down to Tier I from Tier II for not contributing! There is no Team if Progress = 0! Some will soon learn this simple Lesson!

One Member claimed the other was Comercialising the Technology we were sharing, thus the thread: Aboveunity.com's Content Public Domain and I have the PM's to prove it:

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I know he is a skilled EE and designer, with much experience and math skills,, but note that he is working commercially with his research.

...

 

So Mountains from Mole Hills! Just a spiteful move to gain a following!

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Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by a power obtainable at any point of the universe. This idea is not novel. Men have been led to it long ago go by instinct or reason. It has been expressed in many ways, and in many places, in the history of old and new. We find it in the delightful myth of Antheus, who drives power from the earth; we find it among the subtle speculations of one of your splendid mathematicians, and in many hints and statements of thinkers of the present time. Throughout space there is energy. Is this energy static or kinetic? If static, our hopes are in vain; if kinetic - and this we know it is for certain - then it is a mere question of time when men will succeed in attaching their machinery to the very wheelwork of nature.

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