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    @ArCan: I also have a QNAP NAS. You should...

    @ArCan: I also have a QNAP NAS. You should firstly check the transfer speed of the NAS when it is directly connected to the PC via Ethernet. Then you will know the limits of your NAS. Be sure you...
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    Set the wl500g to AP mode or 1) set off the DHCP...

    Set the wl500g to AP mode or
    1) set off the DHCP server on the wl500g
    2) Connect the long cable to one of the LAN ports of the wl500g
  3. Thread: Asus RT-N57U

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    I guess the matter of having USB3.0 on a device...

    I guess the matter of having USB3.0 on a device even when the device would not reach the maximum speed according to the standard has rather much to do with single or multiple transaction translator...
  4. Thread: Asus RT-N57U

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    Impressive specs of this Ubicom product! I...

    Impressive specs of this Ubicom product!

    I moved to a new house with two floors where I can finally have my IT cabinet. I went for a modular network setup that is, no integrated solution like...
  5. See this ...

    See this

    http://serverfault.com/questions/192905/whats-the-maximum-number-of-wifi-connections-for-a-single-wifi-router
  6. By bridging both interfaces WAN-eth and WAN-3G...

    By bridging both interfaces WAN-eth and WAN-3G and then binding all services to it can be a solution. In other words firewall, FTP, WEB servers, etc. will be using the bridged WAN interface.
  7. That sounds very interesting. I guess that with a...

    That sounds very interesting. I guess that with a cron or fork process pinging the primary interface and then altering the routing table can be an option. My concern is about the firewall. Would this...
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    you did not forget "#!/bin/sh" right?

    you did not forget "#!/bin/sh" right?
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    What do you call "internal machines"? Servers on...

    What do you call "internal machines"? Servers on the router or servers on the LAN?

    If servers on the router then WPTE hint is enough. If servers on the LAN then you need to use the FORWARD chain.
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    Asus RT-N66U

    Look at this (minute 1:14)


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VH2Ti15B_d0

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VH2Ti15B_d0

    The specs states 1GB DDR2 RAM and 32MB flash
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    It seems Netgear has somehow taken the lead on...

    It seems Netgear has somehow taken the lead on this topic. Interesting to see:

    Netgear WNDR3700
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    680 MHz powerful MIPS 32-bit processor
    Memory: 8 MB flash and 64 MB RAM...
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    From Asus press release at CES 2011 (January 7,...

    From Asus press release at CES 2011 (January 7, 2011):

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    The RT-N66U dual-band wireless router from ASUS brings to the fore a new generation of super-fast connectivity with up to...
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    I read this on another forum...

    I read this on another forum (http://tomatousb.org/forum/t-256301/asus-rt-n76u):
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    I contacted Asus support to have more information about the RT-N76u and here is what they told...
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    Yo tenía más o menos el mismo escenario que te...

    Yo tenía más o menos el mismo escenario que te planteas. La mayor ventaja de ese escenario es que vas a crear una especie de laboratorio para aprender. Lo que más vas a necesitar es tiempo y...
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    There you have an interesting point: Asus...

    There you have an interesting point: Asus developing a robust, powerful and well documented open source platform to be used by forums like this one for further developments whilst they (Asus) can...
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    Asus routers: past and future reflection

    It was back in 2004 when I bought my Asus WL-500g. It was one of those state-of-the-art home routers at that time. Features like open source, USB port or having 802.11g made that router my favourite...
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    ¿Fuente de alimentación?

    Yo también empecé a tener problemas raros y de forma esporádica hasta que descubrí que lo que fallaba era la fuente de alimentación: había una caída de tensión cuando enchufaba la fuente al router,...
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    Have you checked?...

    Have you checked? http://wl500g.info/showthread.php?t=5312

    pay special attention to the firewall rules.
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    Can you paste here your ifconfig of your WL500?

    Can you paste here your ifconfig of your WL500?
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    Can you ping 192.168.3.13?

    Can you ping 192.168.3.13?
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    You have to use "route", not "iptables"

    You have to use "route", not "iptables"
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    About USB wear out, I have my WL500gP with the...

    About USB wear out, I have my WL500gP with the whole OS/firmware on USB including logs and swap. It took three years before the the partition where the logs were started to fail. I just stop using...
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    Stupid mistake!

    Those kind of things one knows but has never reflected about it until the consequences are faced.

    Files under /usr/local/sbin resides on the flash memory also known here as ramfs. Well, I changed...
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    Multiple SSID?

    Any chance of having multiple SSID with oleg firmware as DD-WRT has?

    http://www.dotkam.com/2008/10/02/configure-multiple-ssids-with-one-router/

    A good start point could be just having the...
  25. Thread: WL500gP v2

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    One workaround is to block the IP of that domain...

    One workaround is to block the IP of that domain for the LAN client but then you are blocking a whole site and not an given URL.
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