I have a working PPTP VPN with very specific routing requirements that I need to replace with OpenVPN due to issues with our ISP, and I am having issues adapting my Linux routing table rules to OpenVPN. [more inside]
posted by chundo
on Nov 29, 2013 -
My old router with Tomato firmware did it very simply: there was a blank for the external port, and a blank for the internal port behind NAT, and external traffic sent to the external port gets forwarded to the internal computer on the internal port. Now, I can't seem to find any router hardware or alternative firmware that does it so simply. [more inside]
posted by AzraelBrown
on Nov 14, 2013 -
I am trying to setup a router with DD-WRT & OpenVPN so that I can stream content from Netflix/Hulu etc. when living outside the US. However, every time I connect to the VPN service my PC connected to the router loses internet connectivity. [more inside]
posted by your mildly obsessive average geek
on Aug 23, 2012 -
I'm going on an overnight bike ride tonight, and I think I'm fine with all my supplies except for routing. I've got a handlebar mount for my phone, but I need a mapping app which I can use overnight which won't affect my night vision, and will save energy. Is there an Android app which I can import a .GPX file into and which can follow my progress and make sure I don't miss any turns on a minimal grey on black street map? I'm in the UK and all the route will be on Open Street Map.
posted by ambrosen
on Aug 4, 2012 -
Is it possible to use a Cisco 881 along with a broadband router to connect to Amazon VPC (with hardware VPN option)? [more inside]
posted by bootlaces
on May 20, 2012 -
I want to design a weightlifting programme that can give me as much strength as possible, at home with not much equipment. I'm confused. [more inside]
posted by Not Supplied
on May 20, 2011 -
I have a new laptop on which I run Windows 2008 Server R2 on. I'll be using it for demos and such as well as an opportunity to learn more about the features of R2. I didn't know you can't use Hyper-V with a wireless card, so I'm forced to do some finagling to get the VMs to talk to the outside world. What I'd like, though, is for machines on the network be able to access VMs. [more inside]
posted by Spoonman
on Jul 16, 2010 -
At work I'm jumping head first into trying to setup and manage a OS X Server to be used for network load balancing, routing, and possibly netbooting a group of machines. Any tips or help appreciated. [more inside]
posted by meowN
on May 31, 2009 -
Is there a firewall that will let me have two separate wan connections that are both on the same subnet/ have the same gateway? [more inside]
posted by brent_h
on Jan 13, 2009 -
We've got a huge truck that does pickups and deliveries all over a rural community. Diesel eats us up. Do you have suggestions for helping us schedule pickups in a manner that maximizes efficiency? We're an NPO... [more inside]
posted by TomMelee
on Jun 26, 2008 -
I'm looking for PC/Laptop map routing software with turn-by-turn control, where you can define the origin, destination, and stops along the way and then traverse the suggested route junction by junction, making changes (such as specifying a turn at a specific location) along the way, with the remainder of the route automatically recalculated following each change. [more inside]
posted by The Confessor
on Mar 17, 2008 -
My work's firewall recently began blocking outbound traffic that isn't on ports 22, 80, and 443, and I'd like to use my home router (running openwrt) to proxy my personal IMAP email so I can read it from work. [more inside]
posted by whir
on Nov 5, 2007 -
How to route between subnets and share one internet connection? (network topology pic inside) [more inside]
posted by LordSludge
on Oct 16, 2007 -
Trying to set up a VPN at a managed office where a third party manages connectivity with an iron fist. [more inside]
posted by rc55
on Jul 10, 2007 -
I have two Cisco 2610 routers, each with WIC-1DSU-T1 cards. We have a Point-to-Point between two locations and I am using these to route the traffic between.
The lines belong to Verizon and the AdTran cards are locked in a Verizon box. I can look in and see the status lights through the top. Each location has a RJ48X loopback jack.
When I plug in the Cisco at Location 1 it seems to hook up fine, and the carrier detect light pops up. (Which is strange to me because our PTP is unmonitored and I thought the CD would only come on when equipment is plugged into both ends.)
Then when I go and plug in the Cisco at Location 2, I get no lights, no nothing. I check the lights in the Verizon box and an alarm is triggered with a red LED. I disconnect the Cisco and it clears the alarm.
How can I figure out what the problem is? I had the company that provides the PTP come and check the circuit originally and they said they found problems but that the problems had gone away now. Is it possible that the WIC-1DSU-T1 card in this router is faulty?
Any help is appreciated!
posted by doomtop
on Feb 14, 2007 -
I've been trying unsuccessfully to figure out how to route a channel in a piece of plexiglass for quite a while and now, having run out of ideas, I turn to the hive mind for help.
I've tried both a Dremel and a full-size router, but since they both spin at high RPMs (even at the Dremel's lowest setting), the plastic winds up melting and burring all over my bits as well as turning opaque due to the heat. My goal is to make the channel as translucent as possible, and I believe that I can put the plexiglass sheet in an oven after routing causing the plastic to smooth out and clear up any opaque areas caused by roughness. Can anyone recommend the proper combination of tool, bit, speed and technique to achieve my goal? Note that I am not wedded to plexiglass; I just need a very translucent material that I can carve channels into. [more inside]
posted by mjbraun
on Dec 11, 2006 -
Linuxfilter: Is it worth replacing my hardware ADSL solution for a USB based ADSL Modem on a slow Linux (IPCop) box? [more inside]
posted by Nik_Doof
on Mar 28, 2006 -
I'm in need of several anonymous IPs. AOL DSL used to allow you to get many IPs that weren't tied to a specific region.
For example, I want a way to get 20 ips that are not just :
Best would be :
Different.Different.Different.Different, but anything in between would be ok.
They must be broadband, but can be located anywhere in the world. Using a VPN to tunnel to the IPs is also fine.
This sounds sketchy and illegal, but it's not. It's for my business, which has unusual requirements.
posted by cornrow
on Apr 22, 2005 -
Mac OS X TCP/IP routing filter! I have two network interfaces on my Mac. I want most of my Internet traffic to go through my NAT router, but still allow the machine to be accessible from the Internet at its own address. More inside... [more inside]
posted by kindall
on Sep 16, 2004 -
MIDI Routing Question. I have: a Performa 6116, Digital Performer 1.6, a K2000R, and a CZ1, and to connect them, an Opcode MIDI Translator II (standard 3 in 1 out interface). I want: (a) signals from the computer to go to the CZ1 and K2000 and (b) signals from the CZ1 to go to the computer and the K2000. [more inside] [more inside]
posted by weston
on Jun 28, 2004 -
Internet infrastructure: how does the physical infrastructure of the internet cross oceans? Is all of the data transmitted by communications satellites, or are there big-ass intercontinental cables running across the ocean floor? And if there are big-ass intercontinental cables, how are they maintained? [more inside]
posted by COBRA!
on Mar 31, 2004 -