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asked How to log DNS queries from my home network?
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comment Switch between windows on Mac OS X?
Only $14 more to get your mac to be almost usable! (Witch currently costs $14)
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answered Muxing private streams into/from MP4 and MPEG2TS with ffmpeg
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comment Muxing private streams into/from MP4 and MPEG2TS with ffmpeg
Thanks for the reply, @slhck. After some research, I believe that I would have to write a codec for ffmpeg to handle a new media type; this is some work, but doable. But MP4v2 provides a nice api for MP4 files and I've decided to use that instead (for the MP4 piece of this project).
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asked Muxing private streams into/from MP4 and MPEG2TS with ffmpeg
Apr
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revised ssh port-forwarding with GatewayPorts = no
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comment ssh port-forwarding with GatewayPorts = no
You can ssh from Y to X because (as noted in the question), X has a private IP. This means a reverse tunnel is required.
Apr
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asked ssh port-forwarding with GatewayPorts = no
Nov
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revised nslookup on XP resolves to address, but ping can't find host
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asked nslookup on XP resolves to address, but ping can't find host
Sep
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comment Converting my home network to accommodate a server with static IP
I'm running more than a web server; I have sshd and smtp servers too. I can log into my home network from anywhere via ssh giving me access to home devices (eg, home security cams). Plus, it's fun.
Sep
14
comment Converting my home network to accommodate a server with static IP
I don't want to use DHCP because if the IP address changes, my forwarding will break; so yes, I assigned it a static IP outside the DHCP pool and forwarded port 80. And to answer your question: I'm setting up a web server in my home so I don't rely on hosting services.
Aug
24
suggested suggested edit on How are ADSL2PLUS rates/speeds assigned?
Aug
24
comment Can't source IP == destination IP for public IPs in home network?
@user142485 My setup, problem, and its solution are all well-described by wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Hairpin_NAT
Aug
24
accepted Can't source IP == destination IP for public IPs in home network?
Aug
24
comment Can't source IP == destination IP for public IPs in home network?
My router is a Comcast Business Class cable modem (that has a simple router built-in). I looked up Hairpin NAT and it appears to describe exactly my problem, so thanks very much for pointing me there. I will stick with dnsmasq given your point that it saves traffic through the router (and I can point all hosts in my network to my own name server, so this works for me!).