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  • TweetThe thing that makes the Internet work is its variety of communication protocols, rather than the apps that use those protocols. We’re all too obsessed with latching onto one particular […]

    Protocols, not apps

    TweetThe thing that makes the Internet work is its variety of communication protocols, rather than the apps that use those protocols. We’re all too obsessed with latching onto one particular […]

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  • TweetThis is a post explaining how (and why) I “hacked” my ADSL router to use Power-over-Ethernet without permanently altering the router.

    Hacking my Technicolor 515v7 BeBox for Power-over-Ethernet

    TweetThis is a post explaining how (and why) I “hacked” my ADSL router to use Power-over-Ethernet without permanently altering the router.

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  • TweetBeing able to remotely administer a Linux machine using SSH is something so common and normal that it often gets taken for granted. Mobile broadband is quick enough that with […]

    Shellinabox – Access a command line over HTTP

    TweetBeing able to remotely administer a Linux machine using SSH is something so common and normal that it often gets taken for granted. Mobile broadband is quick enough that with […]

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  • TweetA few weeks ago I replaced my malfunctioning Netgear ADSL modem/router/firewall with separate pieces of hardware, the main one being an old PC running the BSD-based firewall ‘OS’ pfSense. After […]

    Amazon Kindle 3 ‘WiFi’ problems and pfSense

    TweetA few weeks ago I replaced my malfunctioning Netgear ADSL modem/router/firewall with separate pieces of hardware, the main one being an old PC running the BSD-based firewall ‘OS’ pfSense. After […]

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  • Tweet If you still have a Thompson Speedtouch 780 ADSL2+ router (for example you might be a Be Internet customer who signed up when they first opened, and received one […]

    NAT Loopback on a Speedtouch 780 BeBox

    Tweet If you still have a Thompson Speedtouch 780 ADSL2+ router (for example you might be a Be Internet customer who signed up when they first opened, and received one […]

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