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    • #1736817 Reply

      anonymous

      ? says:

      i just noticed that my browser has an Amazon ec2 ip address in sockets for the term the browser is open. i cannot clear it unless i shut down the browser. when i re-open it sets up again for the entire session. i am not a network person im just asking why when Akamai had the contract? with my ISP i could clear the history and the link would go away quietly. anybody?

      see:

      https://www.speedguide.net/ip/34.212.119.231

      and:

      https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/

      and:

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

      thank you!

    • #1737091 Reply

      anonymous

      ? says:

      ok, now i have Amazon ec2:

      https://www.speedguide.net/ip/54.187.176.55

      Amazon ec2:

      https://www.speedguide.net/ip/34.208.211.12

      and Akamai:

      https://www.speedguide.net/ip/184.24.98.240

      camped out in my ff sockets. probably helping me and keeping me safe…

       

    • #1738620 Reply

      anonymous

      ? says:
      slow news day so,
      in Windows i get rid of (unwanted) long timer ttl’s with cmd> “ipconfig /flushdns”
      in linux (ubuntu)
      1.) sudo /etc/init.d/dns-clean restart and
      2.) sudo /etc/init.d/networking force-reload
      seems to send them flying back to wherever they came from…

    • #1740923 Reply

      anonymous

      ? says:

      i think i figured the changes out:

      Firefox 67 added optional “Cryptominers,” and “Fingerprinters,” to the Privacy and Security settings:

      Latest Firefox Release is Faster than Ever

      the resetting 10 minute Amazon AWS Elastic Cloud ttl mystery is solved (for me)

    • #1741687 Reply

      anonymous

      ? says:
      (tail btwn legs) my apologies to the gods of newtorking, i’m testing the keepalive timers on a full install of ubuntu 16.04 and the amazonec2 behaves properly. using terminal >netstat -atunop, and the ff67 built-in about:networking the sticky socket problem has dissapated to 10 seconds rather than 10 minutes i was getting before. the problem must be with using ubuntu 16.04 live usb as far as i can tell

      • #1916912 Reply

        anonymous

        ? says;

        finally got it, i had the about:config “dom.push.enabled” set to true which causes the long repeating (600 seconds) keepalive ttl(s) in about:networking>Sockets. when “dom.push.enabled is set to false it uses a 40 second keepalive. i verified it with “sudo netstat atunop (and\or atuop)” in Firefox 68.0.2

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