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Re: The You Game!

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PluMGMK wrote: Ah yes, one of the turns on the primary. < wonders if it melted or what…

< Would bet that's a very good guess, considering it initially caused the fuse to blow on the transformer itself.

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Re: The You Game!

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< has finally started packing some stuff for Nashville
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< certainly hopes that ^ will have a great trip. :)

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Re: The You Game!

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< thanks ^
< is going to MTAC there which < hears is a pretty big con
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Re: The You Game!

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< has been having some really annoying broadband issues for the last week or so.

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Re: The You Game!

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< wonders what sort of issues ^ is having?

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Re: The You Game!

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< wonders is ^^ on VM
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Re: The You Game!

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< is getting extended periods every day during which the PPPoE connection stays up for ten seconds at a time and drops for about a minute. < can work around it by switching to IPoE, but this means < doesn't get <'s static IP address. < reckons the PPPoE drops are at least partially the fault of the ASUS router < is using.
< doesn't use the router provided by <'s ISP because it nerfs port-forwarding without even being honest about it. In fact, on an unrelated note, < actually ended up with two of those routers. < put them in ethernet bridge mode and they're currently sitting in an office in the university, connecting together the computers on which <'s model is running! :P

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< had to recently reboot the crappy router/model combo that <'s ISP provided... any machines connecting would get a late or zero response for their DHCP requests. Was getting annoying. Then the crummy D-Link switch or something is dropping certain LAN ports like a rock...

Fortunately < will be using a nice managed Cisco switch as soon as < gets the patch panel installed. < also plans to run custom routing software on a low-wattage computer for greater control.

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Re: The You Game!

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< is really tempted at this point to invest in a Raspberry Pi 3, stick CentOS on it and set it up as a router, and then throw the ASUS machine into bridge mode.
Though < would want to prototype it first. < is in fact tempted to try one of those USB OTG cables (in conjunction with USB-Ethernet adapters) on <'s old Moto E with a broken screen, put CentOS on that (via the Linux Deploy app or some such), and see what can be done.

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< fell asleep at 4 o'clock this afternoon when < got home from school, and <'s only just woken up at almost midnight... <'s got school in the morning so <'s not sure if < should try to stay up all night and all of tomorrow or just try to get back to sleep :(
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Re: The You Game!

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< enjoyed the the little rain showers this morning since < was getting sunnny days for the previous days.
< forgot that <'s room is getting prepared to be painted but < remembered about it when < arrived and found <'s room in a heaping mess.
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PluMGMK wrote:< is really tempted at this point to invest in a Raspberry Pi 3, stick CentOS on it and set it up as a router, and then throw the ASUS machine into bridge mode.
Though < would want to prototype it first. < is in fact tempted to try one of those USB OTG cables (in conjunction with USB-Ethernet adapters) on <'s old Moto E with a broken screen, put CentOS on that (via the Linux Deploy app or some such), and see what can be done.
< guesses that a single Ethernet port will suffice for ^? Which < guesses a good DHCP server can run on unix based operating systems perfectly to handle everything, so why not?

Just the firewall aspect wouldn't be available, unless ^ can have two ports.

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Re: The You Game!

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<'s chest is congested, and <'s been having coughing fits. Good timing for it, what with <'s workload.
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Re: The You Game!

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This computer had done it again while < was trying to post something. :lol:

The good thing is that < wasn't working on anything big before that happened.
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Re: The You Game!

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<'s been feeling freezing the last couple days now that ^^ mentions that. This is the time of year where the weather changes and < ends up with the flu or something :beurk:
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Re: The You Game!

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Master wrote:<'s chest is congested, and <'s been having coughing fits. Good timing for it, what with <'s workload.
< certainly hopes that ^ makes a quick recovery soon.

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Re: The You Game!

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< wonders when this topic will reach the 10,000 page mark.
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< would bet RD would certainly help push it closer, if not reach it. :)

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Re: The You Game!

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Hoodcom wrote:
PluMGMK wrote:< is really tempted at this point to invest in a Raspberry Pi 3, stick CentOS on it and set it up as a router, and then throw the ASUS machine into bridge mode.
Though < would want to prototype it first. < is in fact tempted to try one of those USB OTG cables (in conjunction with USB-Ethernet adapters) on <'s old Moto E with a broken screen, put CentOS on that (via the Linux Deploy app or some such), and see what can be done.
< guesses that a single Ethernet port will suffice for ^? Which < guesses a good DHCP server can run on unix based operating systems perfectly to handle everything, so why not?

Just the firewall aspect wouldn't be available, unless ^ can have two ports.
< needs the second port for the PPPoE client, which is the whole reason < is dissatisfied with the ASUS machine.
< seems to have solved the problem for the moment by setting "lcp-echo-interval 0" and launching pppd from the command line (via ssh) instead of the web interface. Of course, it could be a pure coïncidence, like the time < thought < had fixed it by disabling IPv6. :roll:

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