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VPN with DD-WRT

Go to Services > VPN set-up page on DD-WRT router

enter address for the VPN server
enter port for the server
choose TUN for device
choose TCP for protocol
AES 256 for cipher
SHA 512 for algorithm
enable user password authorization
     enter username
     enter password
TLS cipher - none
LZO Comp - No
NAT enabled
Firewall enabled
    IP address - empty
    subnet mask - empty
tunnel mtu setting - 1500
Tunnel UDP Fragment - empty
Tunnel UDP MSS-Fix - enabled
nsCertType verification - unchecked




Author: admin -  Date: 06 Jan 2019 11:13
Category: networking -  Visits: 47

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SSH

Connect to a remote machine via a SSH-secured connection and type on it's console to administer it.

This is very simple:

ssh user@remoteaddress

Move data between machines in an encrypted and secure way. It basicly works like the standard "cp" command, but it has got a different name: "scp"

scp /home/me/a_file.txt user@box_B:/home/me/

SSH offers the "-D" option to provide a SOCKS proxy on the local machine:

ssh -D 1234 user@box_B

You'll have a proxy listening on localhost port 1234. Now you just have to setup your webbrowser to use the "SOCKS proxy" on localhost port 1234 and all your surfing will go through Box B. You can check if it worked by visiting a website that shows your IP. 




Author: admin -  Date: 19 May 2018 04:03
Category: ssh -  Visits: 179

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Netstat

To find IP addresses accessing your computer:

# netstat -ntu | awk '{print $5}' | cut -d: -f1 | sort | uniq -c | sort -n



Author: admin -  Date: 16 Apr 2016 06:15
Category: netstat -  Visits: 191

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MPD + MPC

These are the two programs of choice when playing and serving large music collections.

I am currently up to almost 9,000 songs and counting.

This post will describe my setup and config files.



Author: admin -  Date: 16 Mar 2014 12:39
Category: music -  Visits: 713

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