Now I have to change the IPs of a bunch of simple widgets -- that all have to see one another. And they're all multi-channel input-output devices with considerable setup per channel, which will be awkward and sloe to rebuild if I lose it. So, you know, no pressure.
All this is because IP networking is apparently voodoo rather than technology. There have got to be tools that would let us analyze the traffic problems that occasionally jam everything up, but all of the highly-trained experts tell me no, no, it can't be done -- and warn me not to try. "Can't be done."
Okay, then. Let me just press these cuneiform letters into soft clay, and as soon as it hardens, we'll run it through and see if it works. And if not, well, there's plenty of sticky mud left.
There's no such thing as a Wireshark, hey?
BUILDING A 1:1 BALUN
4 months ago