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DD-WRT Powers the Home Network

I wrote about how I use pfSense as my home gateway system but that is no longer true. I have replaced pfSense with DD-WRT which uses iptables rules customized for DD-WRT and my own personal choices of configuration options which suit my home … Continue reading

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Home Network Features

I wrote about my home network and the DMZ setup I chose to use a few months ago. Many of you may wonder why I need such a setup and you will probably not be surprised to know that tinkering … Continue reading

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The Onion Router Does Much More

I use The Onion Router (Tor) as a backup VPN and as a way to test my DMZ. I’ve come across free Wi-Fi hotspots that don’t allow connections to known home network segments or they block VPN access.  There are lists … Continue reading

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