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    • nrf
      By nrf
      A recent change in my ISP setup forced me to deal with an issue I have been keeping on the back burner. A while back, I had to change to a new VPN client for work. I had difficulty connecting as it told me a firewall must be blocking IPSEC or UDP. Blaming it on the router I had circled thru several with some initial success but ultimately failure. Having no choice now, I have narrowed it down to my network switch. the VPN is IPsec to a cisco vpn server (port 4500 and all).
       
      Bottom line, with switches like GS108Tv2 and GS-1100-5 between my work pc and router (currently Sophos UTM 9) no problem. But my fancy tplink t1600g-28ts, no go. it validates the password ok but can't connect the vpn itself. 
       
      Any seasoned veterans out there have an idea how this switch could be messing it up?
      thanks in advance!
      nrf
    • Steventon's IT World
      By Steventon's IT World
      Hi all,
       
      You might have seen my other post about a way to install two CPU fans to the heatsink of the Micro Server Gen 8 on the forum. If not then check it out here. I posted full instructions on my blog here.
       
      I am trying to find a way to stop the noise of the fans when the server isn't producing much processor heat. I think a temperature switch is the best way to go. Something like in the image attached. It allows me to change the temp value but it looks like it might only turn off the switch when it gets hot. I want this the other way around. Does anyone know if this is the case or whether this item would actually work?
       
      Many Thanks


    • Dave
      By Dave
      D-Link today announced the immediate availability of its newest EXO Series Router, the AC2600 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router (DIR-882). The AC2600 EXO router delivers premium performance for 4K HD streaming, gaming and multiple device usage. The new router is packed with a number of premium features and provides the perfect combination of performance and ease of use.
       
      The AC2600 EXO router features amazing dual-band speeds of up to 2,533 Mbps1, a high performance dual-core processor for powerful wired and wireless network speeds, and AC SmartBeam technology which tracks connected devices for enhanced Wi-Fi speed and range. The AC2600 EXO router also features USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports for establishing a private storage to stream videos, photos, music, and files throughout the home. In addition, the router includes the latest MU-MIMO (Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output) technology, which provides a high-bandwidth Wi-Fi signal to multiple devices at the same time.
       
      “The AC2600 EXO router is hands-down the fastest router in our lineup this year and is specifically designed for 4K streamers and gamers,” said Oscar Reyes, vice president of marketing, D-Link Systems, Inc. “This router offers users the ability to maintain the strongest Wi-Fi signal on multiple devices at one time – whether streaming, gaming, surfing the web, or working from home, this is the router to rely on.”
       
      The AC2600 EXO router supports up to four data streams to maximize connection speeds to multiple devices simultaneously. Users can play an online video game on one device, while streaming 4K HD videos to another device at the same time, all with less buffering and lag for an optimal user experience throughout a home. The AC2600 EXO router also supports the latest 160 MHz bandwidth, doubling the throughput on support devices to help ensure the fastest possible speeds and to optimize intense data transfer. The combination of these features makes the router ideal for 4K HD streaming and lag-free online gaming.
       
      More about the AC2600 EXO MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router (DIR-882):
      ·         Dual Band Wi-Fi Performance – Up to 800 + 1733 Mbps in 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
      ·         Powerful Dual-Core Processor – Boosts wireless and wired performance
      ·         MU-MIMO Ready – Delivers maximum speed for each device
      ·         4 x 4 Data Streams – Supports 4 data streams for increased throughput
      ·         80/160 MHz Support – Double bandwidth for intensive data transfer
      ·         USB 3.0/2.0 Port – Remotely stream stored music, movies, photos, and more
      ·         High Power Antenna – Wider coverage throughout a home
      ·         QoS – Prioritize network traffic for seamless streaming and gaming
      ·         DLNA Support – Compatible with DLNA supportive media players, game consoles and TVs
      ·         Advanced AC SmartBeam – Tracks connected devices for enhanced Wi-Fi speed and range
      ·         Gigabit WAN and LAN Ports – Maximizes performance of wired devices like gaming consoles and desktop computers for the ultimate gaming multi-media experience
       
      Availability and Pricing
      The AC2600 EXO MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router (DIR-882) is available now for $149.99 through D-Link’s vast network of retail and e-tail partners. Detailed specifications are available online at D-Link’s website.
       
      On Amazon, $149.99
    • DaMenace
      By DaMenace
      I have been looking at Synology for a great NAS and happened to stumble across this......https://www.synology.com/en-global/products/RT2600ac
      Does anyone know how this works?
    • doliveira
      By doliveira
      Hi,
       
      I’m setting up my small office network and on my server I will use the “Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials” and I will want to enable and use the “Anywhere Access” and “VPN” build in features to have remote access to my server from outside.
       
      Regarding this, my router uses as factory default the port 80 to access the admin interface. 
       
      But I think I should change this in order for my router not to be visible from outside world, and also not to conflict with any of the Windows Server services, correct? It’s a best practice to do this correct?
       
      If yes, I really don’t know which port I should use. I’m think on using port 8080 so the router access from inside my network will become: http://192.168.0.1:8080.
       
      So can anyone please share your advice on which port I should use for my router admin interface access?
       
      It must be a port that can only have access from my internal network and it must be a port not used by common services in order not to create conflicts. 
       
      Thanks
       


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