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Feb
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comment bind/named not working on UDP from external
yes to all. There are 8 TCP ports and 1 UDP ports configured in router NAT. All TCP are working fine, but this UDP one gives problems now. And as I recall, it used to work. I mean the domain was online till a little while ago, so it had to be working as this is the only NS for that domain.
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May
9
comment Need a WIFI device to emulate USB storage
indeed, not "portable storage" but "remote storage", if that makes any better sense.
May
9
comment Need a WIFI device to emulate USB storage
@sawdust Receiver writes and reads, 3rd party accesses will be rare and done manually by myself so chances for concurrent access of a file will be basically 0. There is no need for the receiver to be aware of anything special, just to see it as a usb storage device.
May
9
comment Need a WIFI device to emulate USB storage
@Ramhound there is no need to extend the NAS in any way. There will be a virtual machine with a dedicated partition for this kind of data.
May
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revised Need a WIFI device to emulate USB storage
explanations for why this isn't a duplicate question
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asked Need a WIFI device to emulate USB storage
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revised 1 PC, 2 consoles (as in 2 monitors, keyboards and mice)
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accepted 1 PC, 2 consoles (as in 2 monitors, keyboards and mice)
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answered 1 PC, 2 consoles (as in 2 monitors, keyboards and mice)
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Mar
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comment 1 PC, 2 consoles (as in 2 monitors, keyboards and mice)
to say the least, it's not secure. the linux server also acts as a firewall for the private network. This aspect could be resolved by a very good router, but then again, those don't come cheap. Whereas the linux firewall solution is practically free. And there is the issue of windows hosts that tend to eat up a lot of resources compared to an esx host for example, taht is a rather stripped version of a regular linux server. But the main issue is security: the internet must be plugged into the firewall. I'm a security paranoid user so that stays high for me :)
Mar
6
answered Is that virtualisation scenario possible for free?
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