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Ssoele

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  1. Ssoele

    Network layout showoff

    This thread is meant to show us your network layout. Some rules You must have a proper network diagram; Something made in Microsoft Visio, Gliffy (Free) or something similar. No all-in-one boxes; There is not much to show off if your network only has 1 networking device. It must be your own network; Don't try to impress by showing off a corporate network, we are looking for consumer networks I will start off with showing my home network Networks 0.x (Green, 0.0.0.0/0): This is the network directly from the modem, unfiltered. Settopboxes are set on a VLAN so they can communicate with my ISPs interactive services. 1.x (Blue, 172.16.0.0/12): This is our main network, all normal clients are connected via WiFi or on switch 1.2 and 1.3. 2.x (Orange, 192.168.0.0/16): This is our public network, everyone can connect to our public hotspot, but can't access our main network. Switches 0.1: TP-Link TL-SG3424 1.1: TP-Link TL-SG3424 1.2: TP-Link TL-SG2424 1.3: TP-Link TL-SG3210 2.1: TP-Link TL-SG3424 Gateways 1.1: Ubiquiti EdgeRouter ER-8, this one also does the DHCP for 1.x 2.1: Embedded system based on a APU1C4 running PFSense DHCP 2.1: Embedded system based on a APU1C4 running PFSense DNS 1.1: Supermicro server running Windows Server 2012R2 1.2: Supermicro server running Windows Server 2012R2 2.1: Embedded system based on a APU1C4 running PFSense 2.2: Embedded system based on a APU1C4 running PFSense Portal 2.1: Supermicro server running Windows Server 2012R2 and acting as portal for our hotspot Access points 1.1: Ubiquiti UniFi AP AC 1.2: Ubiquiti UniFi AP LR 1.3: Ubiquiti UniFi AP 2.1: Ubiquiti UniFi AP LR Servers: 1.1: Custom server running Minecraft with dedicated IP 1.2: ESXi running multiple VM's 1.3: Custom server running Windows Server 2012R2 and acting as a NAS
  2. So i recently upgraded to Windows 10 and I can't get my TV working again over the HDMI port. It works in the BIOS, but once I boot into Windows, it goes to no signal, does not get recognized in the Nvidia Control Panel nor in Device Manager. My 3 DP monitors do work fine however.
  3. Ssoele

    Splitting 1 ethernet connection into 2?

    Yes, that would work.
  4. Ssoele

    LACP in Windows 10

    From what I've read, Samba 4.1 does not yet support SMB3 multichannel.
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    LACP in Windows 10

    You can use Windows Server 2012 R2, that supports it.
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    LACP in Windows 10

    LACP only works if you have multiple data streams, so if you only test desktop > server, you will still have only 1GbE (SMB 2 only supports 1 stream, SMB 3 can work with multiple). FreeNAS does not support SMB 3.0, so you can't take advantage of the multiple streams. The only thing that can give you greater speeds is upgrading to 10GbE.
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    USB3_12 vs USB3_34

    Does not matter, they are the same. _12 stands for port 1 and 2 _34 stands for port 3 and 4
  8. Ssoele

    Feenix Collection Giveaway

    The mousepad is pretty awesome, finally a company that gets it, hard pads are the BEST!
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    Fiber slow because of bad cable?

    You should blur out your IP better
  10. Schnitzel Teamspeak Server Formerly known as *Unofficial* linustechtips TeamSchnitzel Server Teamspeak Server Details: The server is open for everyone as long as you follow the rules below. Here is some more info about the server: Name: Schnitzel Teamspeak Server Server Address: ts.schnitzel.link Server owner: looney DNS owner: Ssoele Server Admins: looney Admins: Blade of Grass, foxhound590, Ssoele, TheSLSAMG, .:MARK:., VampireKid Core Values & Rules: Encourage the freedom of expression and exchange of information in a mature and responsible manner "Don't be a dick" - Wil Wheaton. "Be excellent to each other" - Bill and Ted Do not abuse soundboards / real life noises Don't speak french No spamming in the chat, only admins may flush the chat Do not post NSFW links in chat channels - send them through private messages only. Violation of this rule will result in a ban (duration at admin's discretion). Respect the coding and quiet channels - they are meant to be used by those who are coding etc. If you aren't coding you may be moved out of the channel. When someone asks for a link, type it out, make it a clickable link, don't say it, failing to do so will result in a 24 hour ban. Nipples are the best input device, saying otherwise will result in a 24 hour ban. Schnitzel BOT: The bot will move you to the AFK channel after 30 seconds when you have your speaker muted or when you are set to 'Away'. The bot will automatically move you back to your original channel when you un-mute your speaker or when you disable your 'Away' status. GameTracker: Legal Disclaimer: This teamspeak server is in no way officially affiliated with LinusTechTips, nor with LinusMediaGroup. By using this server, you agree to comply to the rules specified within this post. Please note that these rules can change over time at any given moment. Last Updated: 27th February 2015
  11. Ssoele

    pfSense Guide

    I will write a guide on how to use and set up the different functions of pfSense. The Setup DHCP Server Static IP addresses DNS Forwarder NAT (Port Forwarding) Dynamic DNS Windows Update caching (working on it) (I am going to add more, please let me know what you want to see) 0. Hardware You can run pfSense on a lot of devices, for ease of use, I'm doing these guides on an embedded device with a APU1D4 board with pfSense pre-installed (http://varia-store.com/Systems-with-Software/pfSense/pfSense-ready-19-system-with-APU1D4-1GHZ-Dual-Core-4GB-RAM::3159.html). 1. The Setup 1. On the first step, you just have to click . 2. In the second step, you have to choose the hostname, domain and DNS servers of you pfSense. This is the actual name of your pfSense, if you are not setting this up in a domain, you can put whatever you want in here. If you are not setting this up in a domain, you can put whatever you want in here. network.local is an example you can pick. Your primary and secondary DNS servers are the servers your pfSense send DNS request to. You can pick for example the Google Public DNS, 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 Your primary and secondary DNS servers are the servers your pfSense send DNS request to. You can pick for example the Google Public DNS, 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 This option lets you choose if you want your ISP to be able to overwrite these DNS servers. If you have filled in everything, you can just click 3. In this step you can set your time server and your time zone. I recommend leaving the Time server as it is and just selecting your time zone. After you've selected your time zone, click . 4. This step is a big one, normally you don't have to set up a lot here, unless it is required by your ISP. If you have a static IP from your ISP, you might have to set up the MAC address. You might also have to set up the PPPoE configuration with the information you have from your ISP if you are using any xDSL kind of connection. After you have filled in the information (if needed), click . 5. In this step you can set up the IP address if your pfSense, as well as the subnet mask. Generally, keep the IP 192.168.1.1 and the subnet mask at 24, unless you know what you are doing. After then, click . 6. Fill in the password that you want to use of your machine and click . 7. Just click here. 8. Wait a about a minute. 9. New the basic setup is done, you can login by filling in your username (default admin) and password and clicking . 10. If everything is correct, it should look something like this.
  12. Ssoele

    Suggestions to replace my nexus 5

    Another Nexus 5? I have yet to see a good replacement myself. If mine would break now, I would probably buy another one.
  13. Ssoele

    JS Google search box change attribute?

    Don't add extra quotes around your variable. You can just do this: document.getElementById("change_url").setAttribute("value", location.host); Quotes are only used to declare a string value as a variable, so something that is already a variable doesn't need it.
  14. Ssoele

    Why two monitors?

    A better question "Why only two?".
  15. Ssoele

    Games-Download vs DVD

    I never said you live in a 3rd-world country, your speeds are only like that.
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    Games-Download vs DVD

    Well, for people in civilised parts of the world, transfer speeds are usually not a problem. I can understand why it would be faster for people with 3rd-world internet speeds to buy a DVD.
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    Games-Download vs DVD

    The main reason why I don't buy physical copies of games anymore is Steam, it's so much handier to have your games all available on your PC, not having to insert DVD drives anymore. What also happened to me in the past is DVDs breaking after a lot of usage. Why would you wait for a DVD to arrive or go to the store if you can have it a lot faster by just downloading it?
  18. I hope you mean Remote Access Tool. If it was random access, it would be pretty pointless.
  19. Ubiquiti is a company that makes low cost easy to use enterprise network equipment. Their UniFi line of products is wireless aimed at prosumers and enterprises. Their interface is easy to use and expendable. 1. The units 1.1. Indoor Units 1.2. Outdoor Units 1.3. A closer look at the UniFi AP 2. Installation and Configuration 2.1. Hardware Side 2.2. Software Side 2.2.1. Controller 2.2.1.1. Controller Installation 2.2.1.2. Controller Software 2.2.2. Control Panel 2.2.2.1. Control Panel - Setup 2.2.2.2. Control Panel - Using it 2.2.2.3. Control Panel - Adding an AP 3. Conclusion 1. The units Ubiquiti has a few different kinds of Wireless Access Points: 1.1. Indoor units UniFi AP Range: ~ 122m / 400ft Bands: 2.4GHz Standards: 802.11 b/g/n Speeds: 300Mbps Price*: ~ 60 EUR / 50 GBP / 80 USD UniFi AP LR Range: ~ 183m / 600ft Bands: 2.4GHz Standards: 802.11 b/g/n Speeds: 300Mbps Price*: ~ 75 EUR / 60 GBP / 105 USD UniFi AP Pro Range: ~ 122m / 400ft Bands: 2.4GHz, 5GHz Standards: 802.11 a/b/g/n Speeds: 450Mbps (2.4GHz), 300Mbps (5GHz) Price*: ~ 190 EUR / 160 GBP / 265 USD UniFi AP AC Range: ~ 122m / 400ft Bands: 2.4GHz, 5GHz Standards: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Speeds: 450Mbps (2.4GHz), 1300Mbps (5GHz) Price*: ~ 265 EUR / 220 GBP / 365 USD 1.2. Outdoor units UniFi AP Outdoor Range: ~ 183m / 600ft Bands: 2.4GHz Standards: 802.11 b/g/n Speeds: 300Mbps Price*: ~ 110 EUR / 95 GBP / 155 USD Replaced by the Outdoor+, but still available UniFi AP Outdoor (5G) Range: ~ 183m / 600ft Bands: 5GHz Standards: 802.11 a/n Speeds: 300Mbps Price*: ~ 110 EUR / 95 GBP / 155 USD UniFi AP Outdoor+ Range: ~ 183m / 600ft Bands: 2.4GHz Standards: 802.11 b/g/n Speeds: 300Mbps Price*: ~ 135 EUR / 115 GBP / 185 USD UniFi AP AC Outdoor Range: ~ 183m / 600ft Bands: 2.4GHz, 5GHz Standards: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Speeds: 450Mbps (2.4GHz), 1300Mbps (5GHz) Price*: ~ 415 EUR / 350 GBP / 575 USD * Prices are taking from Varia Store with 19% VAT. 1.3. A closer look at the UniFi AP The unit has a clean look at the top, other then the LED ring, there is not much to see. At the back, we find the sticker with the serial number, the Ethernet connector and a reset button. 2. Installation and Configuration 2.1. Hardware Side The installation of the unit is very easy, plug the cable from the Access Point into the POE injector, plug the POE injector into your network and plug the POE injector into a wall socket. 2.2. Software Side The software side is also very easy. You need a system that will run the controller software, this system does not need to be online all the time, only when you want to edit something to your access point(s). 2.2.1. Controller 2.2.1.1. Controller Installation Installing the controller software is easy and goes fast. 2.2.1.2. Controller Software To access the control panel, you need to run the UniFi software. 2.2.2. Control Panel 2.2.2.1. Control Panel - Setup Once the software is running, you can go to https://127.0.0.1:8443/ On first run, you will get to see this setup. First you select your language and country, then you select your access point(s), then your SSID (name of your WiFi) and the password, you also have the option to have a second WiFi network, just for guests, but we are not going in depth on that here. And finally, you choose your admin username and password. 2.2.2.2. Control Panel - Using it After you finished the setup you can login into the control panel. You will see a map of a house, you can upload your own floor plan or get your house on Google Maps or you can just stick with this and don't bother. You can see your Access Point(s) at the left side, you can drag them on the map to place them. You can check the Statistics tab to see usage statistics of your Access Points over time. You can also see a list of your Access Points and of the connected users (with usage). 2.2.2.3. Control Panel - Adding an AP To add another Access Point to your network, you simply connect it to your network. Then go into your control panel, you will see at the top that 1 Access Point is pending. Simply click on it and it will open the window for that AP. Simply click Adopt at the bottom, wait a few minutes and you are done. You can add an alias to an AP so you know which is which. 3. Conclusion I am very impressed by the ease of use of the units and the price point that are at (especially the lower end models). I have been using them now for about 3 months and I haven't had any problems so far. The throughput of these units is also impressive, I'm getting quite a bit more then the AP's I was using before. The only thing I was not so impressed with was the range, it is good, but not the range I had hoped for. 1 unit is indeed enough for our household to have coverage everywhere, but not with the throughput I would have wanted. I placed 2 extra AP's in the house and now it is a lot better. If you have questions about this guide, feel free to ask them. I will in the near future so a similar guide for the Ubiquiti EdgeRouters series and the Ubiquiti AirVision series, but I am still waiting for it to arrive.
  20. Ssoele

    Vessel is slow

    I just connected to my US VPN and it is working fine. If I disconnect again, it stops working, so it looks like there might be some problems with vessel in Europe.
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    Vessel is slow

    Same problem here, seems like they are having some server problems.
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    Platform Launch and MASSIVE GIVEAWAY

    Vessel: Ssoele https://www.vessel.com/videos/LCoY5zfFf https://www.vessel.com/videos/JYZEYDYx0
  23. Ssoele

    Schnitzel Teamspeak Server

    And now is has changed The old address is still usable though.
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    More than 4 Monitors with a GTX 970

    That is completely true.
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    More than 4 Monitors with a GTX 970

    Only 4 of the ports will work simultaneously. If you want more monitors, you'll need more graphics cards.
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