is now running the Generic Registry Interface
(GRI) from the Universal Registry Client
project for all domain name registrations. So far it is
working fairly well. I am going to get to work documenting
the code so that I can release a 1.0 version of the GRI
within the next few weeks.
My Apple Airport, which is about a year old, is flaking out
on me. It refuses to get a DHCP address from my Motorola
cable modem. I am not happy about this. Everything was
working fine a few weeks ago when I was using DSL, but then
it just stopped working. I couldn't connect to the DSL
modem at all, even with a direct connection from an iMac to
the modem with an ethernet cable. I called DirectTV
Broadband (who bought out Telocity) and was told by a cold
and unfeeling voice that wait times were over an hour! I
decided right then and there that it was time for another
solution - hence the cable modem.
Now, what gets me is that I can connect a single machine to
that cable modem and it works fine. All of my machines
with Airport cards can connect fine to the Airpot, but no
matter what I do the Airport won't talk with the cable
I called Apple again - we will see if there is any solution
to this. I already spent 3 hours working on it last night,
including upgrading the software to 1.3.1. I am ready to
scrap the whole thing, but it seems like such a waste
considering the amount of money I have invested in it.
Maybe I should just go buy another Airport...