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Thread: haarp network, external scan information::

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    haarp network, external scan information::

    arsc-uafrr (137.229.2.3) : ARSC : UPLINK/provider

    the following three hosts have special uplinks and are not on-site at Haarp, provided by the preceeding.

    digisonde.haarp.alaska.edu(137.229.36.56) has Data/Readings, Authentication is required.
    maestro.haarp.alaska.edu(137.229.36.30) is the Website.
    bagpipes.haarp.alaska.edu(137.229.36.10) Website mask/referral (possible database, invulnerable)

    This network has 57 hosts all named after instruments in an orchestra.
    All hosts have port 25/tcp [outgoing email] opened as default and no others, not even 80/tcp and are classified 'user computers'

    there are 4 interesting (remaining) hosts

    haarp-gw.haarp.alaska.edu (127.229.36.1)
    annex1.haarp.alaska.edu (137.229.36.200)
    hp4m-ops.haarp.alaska.edu (137.228.36.201)
    hp4m-diag.haarp.alaska.edu (137.229.36.202)

    let me know if you want more information.
    Last edited by syra; October 26th, 2011 at 05:54 PM.

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    Re: haarp network, external scan information::

    Hell yeah, I want more information.

    Seem like they are admitting to manipulating sound by naming the servers with the digisonde, maestro and bagpipes.

    possibly meanings:

    gw?

    annex: is defined ad an "Append or add as an extra or subordinate part" its also what they call a group channels or "frequencies" on wireless routers.

    ops: Operations?

    diag: Diagnostics

    I can only guess. I would love to see anything else you got?

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    Re: haarp network, external scan information::

    Quote Originally Posted by Boiling Frog View Post
    Hell yeah, I want more information.
    Seem like they are admitting to manipulating sound by naming the servers with the digisonde, maestro and bagpipes.
    Then open digisonde in your web-browser, you'll see its purpose, it has sky and frequency data, it has a command section which is password protected.

    as for naming practises in their networking i think thats just a visual, their uplink provider for digisonde and the site is the arctic region supercomputing center, part of university of alaska and all their servers are named after greek gods.

    possibly meanings:

    Quote Originally Posted by Boiling Frog View Post
    gw?
    gw in networking terminology stands for gateway, this adress is the first one on their /24 network and is probably their connection/aggregation point for the network.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boiling Frog View Post
    annex: is defined ad an "Append or add as an extra or subordinate part" its also what they call a group channels or "frequencies" on wireless routers.
    ops: Operations?
    diag: Diagnostics
    Annex is then possibly one of the servers used to configure how many aerials they're using at any given time? i'm not sure.
    I reckon these are worker servers or are actually running their aerials, all the computers i've been able to trace are either FreeBSD (UnixServers) or Windows machines..

    What strikes me as funny is that by the size of the site they depict on the photos 57 host computers would imply there are 57 people working there on site, at the area, considering digisonde/maestro/bagpipes are not at that location, while ops/diag/annex/gw and 57 others are on-site.

    otherwise what is even stranger is their entire host network is all public IP space 137.229.36.0/24 (0/24 means - 0 to 254) meaning that all the machines are on the Public internet! while most faculties or private networks have ranges such as 10.0.0.0 or 192.168.1.0 like your home router...
    thats otherwise very expensive to get assigned from ARIN or they have a far larger network I can't scope into.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boiling Frog View Post
    I can only guess. I would love to see anything else you got?
    Me too, I don't like guessing either but unfortunately this installation allows for no inbound connection from the public web other than email and their website which means they are running an encrypted network I can't trace into for all their data collection/analysis between their computers at the arsc and their onsite aerial-control servers.

    I am using zenmap/nmap on linux, its a great tracing tool and can be quite powerful on...non-military networks.

    my scan data is available on zebulon.users.anapnea.net/Scan-Haarp.xml ...don't open this in your webbrowser, download it and view it in word processor or a html program it has all the information i've collected...
    Last edited by syra; October 27th, 2011 at 06:04 AM.

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    Re: haarp network, external scan information::

    Great post Syra!

    Ok now this is just cool, I went to the 137.229.36.56(digisonde) server and the words "Portable Sounder" are right at the top of the screen. They aren't really trying to hid its purpose are they?

    Here is what I see when I go there:

    haarp network, external scan information::-digisonde-jpg


    Great find!
    Energy flows where attention goes...

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    Re: haarp network, external scan information::

    take a look at digisonde.haarp.alaska.edu/cgi-bin/Catalog.exe :]

    then take a look at ulcar.uml.edu/~iag/SAO-4.htm for a legend on that data.

    unfortunately, for day 130 of 2011 (may 10th) there is no data, its gone.

    i think its safe to assume that hours they are on 'secure sector' there is no SAO data generated.
    Last edited by syra; October 27th, 2011 at 08:39 PM.

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    Re: haarp network, external scan information::

    Wow, this is great, i am going to be looking in to this deeper asap. Thank you posting this info!

    What is so important on may 10th 2011? Did I miss something?
    Can you see past your belief systems?

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    Re: haarp network, external scan information::

    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Vibrations View Post
    Wow, this is great, i am going to be looking in to this deeper asap. Thank you posting this info!

    What is so important on may 10th 2011? Did I miss something?
    if you one who believes HAARP are responsible for earthquakes/hurricanes/volcanoes etc, then there should be data for these events traceable, there isn't of course... because if i was running an organisation like that i'd make sure i deleted evidence of my doing.

    try it, search for a date of an earthquake etc... on normal days, HAARP runs normal tests, but on days of these disasters, i can't find any data.

    during may of this year i can find no data at all, the month of the earthquake in Japan, the whole month HAARP was either off, or the data has been deleted.

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    Re: haarp network, external scan information::

    another HAARP related link ulcar.uml.edu/stationmap.html

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    Re: haarp network, external scan information::

    Amazing! How many of these things do they really need? I can count over a 100 when they are done...

    I love how they can just build them in any country...

    "...and i would like my new "dooms day" devices here, here and here...."
    Take your blinders off...

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    Re: haarp network, external scan information::

    Oh, I guarantee they are using all of these stations in conjunction to create 'natural disasters'. And the cover of researching this non-existent global warming is a farce if i ever heard one. What a nice cover though.

    I'm not surprised they would give some sort of incentive for countries to allow them to setup shop for them.

    This stuff here is very fascinating and I'm reading everything you guys are writing. So, anything you find out, I'm waiting to hear.

    Hey syra, I think you should go for it! Apply! what's the worst that could happen, they say no? Watch your back though, you never know who's watching you. Call me paranoid, but I think I'M being watched sometimes. It's hard NOT to think that way when you get deep enough into the conspiracy world.

    Keep up the good work!!! I'll be waiting to read more!!
    The truth IS out there! We just tend to look in all the wrong places.

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