Category: Networking

Moving or copying files from one Google drive account to another

I have seen questions on the web about how to migrate (copy/move) files from one GDrive account to another. There are many reasons, such as migrating from one Google account (such as company) to your personal account, etc. WARNING: you may be violating your company policy by moving/copying files from your company Google account to…

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Why you should care about “Net Neutrality” and the FCC

Linking to an article written by a colleague.  I agree with its content.   https://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20140516165054-86049424-why-you-should-care-about-the-fcc-and-net-neutrality?trk=object-title   We should do all we can to protect what has made the Internet successful.  Do not turn it into a pay-wall, where only those who can afford it can use it.  

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Repurposing netbook into gateway, firewall, AP

The older netbooks, such as ASUS EEE 900 series, have gone down in price. I bought a refurbed EEEPC 900A w/1GB RAM, 4GB SSD and turned it into my gateway, firewall and local AP.  Upgraded memory to 2GB RAM, and added an external 8GB SD flash. I loaded Fedora Core 17 Security Distro on it.…

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Single DHCP server for multiple subnets (VLANs) one single interface

Surprisingly this was an extremely hard to find piece of information on the topic. At least one that fit my need. There were lots of questions in various online posts, but no completely working answers with all the relevant details in one place. I am going to document it here. Aggregation router is a pair…

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