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DELSMAN

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About DELSMAN

  • Title
    Newbie

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  • Gender
    Male

System

  • CPU
    I7 3650
  • RAM
    12 gb
  • GPU
    Gt740m
  • Case
    Custom
  • Storage
    250 ssd SAT + 750 HDD SATA
  • Operating System
    Windows 10/Kali Linux
  1. Hey guys, I know there are a lot of posts about eGPU on laptops, so, sorry if this has already been asked So as a project I want to build mhy Asus N76VB into something else. Now I have seen Linus his vid’s about the “beast” where the EGPU kind of works. So i started to look around for some alternatives and I came across this at AliExpress: http://s.aliexpress.com/qQRbeUZj It is significantly cheaper, so can anyone tell me if this is a good alternative? Best regards, Dick
  2. So I contacted my Internet provider, and as expected, they set up the modem wrong. Now it is set-up correctly and port-forwarding is enabled. Thanks for the replies!
  3. Hello, So I am new to this forum, made this account because I got confused by my something my internet provider (short: Inet-prov) said to me. My modem (from my Inet-prov) is set up in ipv6, but this setup does not allow port-forwarding for my VPN connection to my RB-pi. In my contact with customer-services, they said they can switch this to IPV4 and then port-forwarding will be supported, but newer cell-phones then might not have internet in my network. This is where i start scratching my head, bc to my knowledge, my RB-Pi (set up with Pi-Hole) allready only distributes IPV4- adresses to any client, and i have had no troubles with connectivity yet. Can anyone tell me how -or even if- the claim of my internet provider is true? it seems ridiculous to me. Cheers from The Netherlands, Dick
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