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Topic # 22761 7-Jun-2008 14:51

Just came accross this address today, http://tv.orcon.net.nz
It's a "Secured-Area" maybe this is where they were/are testing out there on demand TV...?




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  Reply # 136242 7-Jun-2008 16:15
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I came across it the other day but it was an inactive link.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 136243 7-Jun-2008 16:29
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ok so something is going on there. just tried https and got

certificate error

then it displayed SQL errors



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  Reply # 136245 7-Jun-2008 16:35

mmm yea interesting, I went to https now too and get this:
Looks like it expired in 2002, maybe this has been around for a wile..




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Reply # 136246 7-Jun-2008 16:42
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I don't suppose it'd help to email pamela, lol


Welcome to Compendium Gallery, Our site uses frames however it appears your browser does not support them.<br>
email:pamela@compendium.co.nz to request a catalog.

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If I recall correctly, Orcon used to offer free hosting with a *.orcon.net.nz some years ago, this seems to match up with the 2002 thing anyway. :)

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  Reply # 139260 19-Jun-2008 21:21
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Peppery: If I recall correctly, Orcon used to offer free hosting with a *.orcon.net.nz some years ago, this seems to match up with the 2002 thing anyway. :)

Yes, they did.

However:

tv.orcon.net.nz: The IP address for the name tv.orcon.net.nz is 219.88.240.130 (ip-219-88-240-130.orcon.net.nz).

june.orcon.net.nz (freehost): WWW server www.june.orcon.net.nz found, IP address 219.88.250.190 (test-190.orcon.net.nz).




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