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Configuring VLANs on Proxmox- An Introductory Guide
Much easier to implement than I was expecting.
I am moving what will be my initial Mastodon server off of my main (Trusted) vlan to the IoT vlan. I need to investigate the best way to implement Proxmox in general. Should I create a Server vlan?… Read the rest
Posted in Geek Tagged Mastodon, networking, Proxmox, vlan, weekday geek, weekend nerd Leave a comment
TP-Link is no Cisco: VLAN configuration
On the surface, my TP-Link T2600G-28TS v3 managed switch appears to have everything that I would expect to have for some intermediate networking in the home. Most of my complaints with the device, to date, have been minor, such as the idle time-out having a max of 120 seconds.… Read the rest
Posted in Geek Tagged Cisco, Jenny, networking, pfSense, segmentation, tp-link, treebeard, UniFi, video professor, vlan, working config Leave a comment
Static route for ICS
route -p add 10.25.68.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.137.250… Read the rest
Posted in Geek Tagged ics, networking, routing 1 Comment
CCENT Exam Prep
This has been a long time in the works, but I just made a great break through.
I started cobbling together a study lab in the engineering lab room here at work. It is fairly well isolated from the rest of the world.… Read the rest
Well, I’ll be Bob’s monkey’s uncle.
I opened up my lappy at werk (not my werk lappy) and what did I find?
A THIRD ANTENNA CABLE SITTING THERE WAITING FOR ME!!!
Trying to decide now if I go with an Intel 5300 or a 6300, which is about twice the cost ( ~$40).… Read the rest
Posted in Geek Tagged 802.11n, laptop, networking, WiFi Leave a comment
Been screwing with this for the better part of two hours. I love working from home!
But, I can’t even get the laptop to see the adapter attached to the TV, let alone connect and then stream video.
It may be that this adapter has been rendered obsolete by Intel.… Read the rest
Posted in Geek Tagged 802.11n, Intel, networking, router, WiDi, WiFi Leave a comment
Never did find the HOWTO on installing a third antenna to get MIMO working on the netbook. Saw one jackass attached a massive 19dB antenna to the side of his 9″ netbook.
He was severely abused for this.
And he never got around to saying if it improved anything!… Read the rest
Was asked today about loading DD-WRT or Tomato on the new router. Turns out Cisco decided to turn up their middle fingers towards those projects. They screwed with the NVRAM in a way that the third party Devs cannot work around.… Read the rest
Posted in Geek Tagged 802.11g, 802.11n, Cisco, garage, MIMO, netbook, networking, router Leave a comment
Today I think I will look at WTF I am doing wrong with my new wireless router. I know that wireless was not a buying point, but now that I have it, I want it rocking at the 300Mbps advertised.… Read the rest
Posted in Geek Tagged 802.11n, Cisco, Jenny, Linksys, networking, router, WiFi Leave a comment
I recently (Sept 26) replaced the failed router in the attic with a new Cisco/Linksys EA2700. Wireless was not the main selling point on this router. If it were, I would have done more research. I needed a wired router replacement ASAP to replace a dead unit, but good freaking luck finding a wired-only router these days.… Read the rest
Posted in Geek Tagged 802.11n, Cisco, Linksys, networking, router Leave a comment
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