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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

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OpenWRT, follow-up

It has been a really, really good day on the router front.
I am very happy with OpenWRT and you should be, too.
Everything is cranking right along with plenty of room to spare.
With the help of these links, I was able to get my DNS server settings pointing to OpenDNS, even in IPv6.… Read the rest

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Gargoyle Router…with OpenVPN

As it turns out, I have two routers on my home LAN. The one I have had in place for a long time is a Netgear WNDR4300. It is not the best router in the world, but it has been very stable for me over the years.… Read the rest

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OpenVPN…for Windows

So, like most times I post to the Internet that I am having an issue with something, the answer becomes immediately available.
This time, I said that OpenVPN seemed to be Linux-only.

Well, it turns out that this is not so much the case.… Read the rest

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