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Re: Is there a way to know the ISP with the default installation of Stretch?




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<tomas@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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> On Tue, Jan 02, 2018 at 04:03:46PM -0000, Dan Purgert wrote:
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>> Max Power wrote:
>> > My problem is to know the ISP [e.g. GATEWAY = Vodafone, Telecom or AT&T]
>> > before starting browsing or any remote connection...
>> 
>> Checking the hostname of an RFC1918 address will nearly never provide
>> you with an ISP's name, even if you do it on a residential-gateway
>> device provided by them.
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> I think the OP's address was the external address, which very probably
> *isn't* an RFC1918 (unless his provider puts all of their customers
> behind a giant NAT: at least on my part of the world this is highly
> atypical).

It's atypical here too, but that being said, this is a re-hashing of his
other thread "hostname of the modem gateway" (thread started with
Message-ID: <v3hGO-Ao-7@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>).

- From that post:
  # route
  gateway = home.telecomitalia.it
  # ip route
  gateway = 192.168.1.1


He was told to use the -r switch in that thread (i.e. `ip -r route') ,
seems he didn't like the answer and made a new one.

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