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 Friday, February 22 2019 @ 20:37 CET

PacketProtector - turn your SOHO router into a security powerhouse

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NetworkingPreviously, you have read about OpenWRT. Well, now there is a new kid in town: PacketProtector. It extends OpenWRT by providing additional features. In addition to the firewall, you get IDS and IPS, and more. Here is an article about it from Linux.com.
 
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JFFNMS - Just for fun network management and monitoring

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NetworkingPreviously, we have written about OpenNMS, but now there is a new tool in town. It is called JFFNMS - Just For Fun Network Management System. It is a Network Management and Monitoring System designed to monitor a IP SNMP / Syslog / Tacacs+ Network. It can be used to monitor any standards compilant SNMP device, Server, Router, TCP port or anything you want, if you write a custom poller
 
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Long Distance Wireless Networking

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NetworkingAfter hearing the talk Long Distance Wireless (for Emerging Regions) at the EuroBSDCon 2007 conference by Sam Leffler, I find this is an interesting research subject.
 
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Fault-tolerant Web hosting on a shoestring

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NetworkingFrom Linux.com comes Fault-tolerant Web hosting on a shoestring, an article about using DNS to create a somewhat fault tolerant setup. The idea is simple, but has a few drawbacks, which is important to know about if you try this. Read all the comments to the article!

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Samba: How to share files for your LAN without user/password

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NetworkingDebian / Ubuntu Tips andt tricks has given us Samba: How to share files for your LAN without user/password. Pleas e note this sentence from the article very well: Because users won't be prompted for a user/password, this tutorial is meant to be installed in a LAN where all host are to be trusted.

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