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  1. So I upgraded my ROG STRIX X470-I GAMING + 2700x to 3950x. So far everything works and performance checked good. I'm wondering: The board has 2 m.2 slots, currently having 1 m.2 SSD installed. The board says, when using a zen2 like 2700x with 20 pcie lanes, if you use 1 m.2 slot, it's running 16+4. But if you use 2 m.2 slots, it will run 8+4+4. Now we know 3950x has 24 pcie lanes, so I'm wondering if the board will still run 8+4+4 when I use the second m.2 slot. Any ideas or experience??
  2. Thanks a lot! I'll try to understand this page. Oh boy pfsense, right? LOL
  3. Thanks. But you know, office buddies sometimes don't really tell the difference between private IP and public IP, and I just want to save some bandwidth when they try to download some big files from the NAS webUI via public IP. LOL
  4. Thank you, this is the idea I was thinking about and not been able to solve.
  5. I do not have control to the upper level NAT device. But I do control the office LAN, which means the local NAT device.(pfsense) I understand that routers loopback its WAN IP by default. But here I want to loopback the upper level NAT's WAN IP in the local NAT.
  6. So here is the problem, my lab's global IP address is not signed directly to us. Every time I want to access the local NAS via the WAN IP(you know why), the packet need to go to the upper NAT and come back. Here is the simple topology: ****************** a.a.a.a (office router) b.b.b.b === b.b.b.2 (THE upper NAT) c.c.c.c === the world ****************** I have no idea how our ISP configures b.b.b.2 and c.c.c.c, I guess DMZ to our b.b.b.b? HOW can I loopback c.c.c.c within our office router? I'm using pfsense as the router OS.
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