I recently setup an OpenVPN server. The setup is probably one of the more difficult ones, but one major advantage is that you can select any port of your choice for it to work on. That lets you connect over, let’s say, port 80 (http). The benefit is that if you want to securely browse […]
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Just got my program guide working again on my FIOS cable box. I configured my Actiontec router to bridge to my Linksys router last week. Everything was great until my program guide stopped working. It turns out that the broadband Internet ethernet port wanted exclusive access to my internal subnet. All that I had to […]
One of my pet peeves is when people do not take ownership of their own failures. We have all been guilty of this at times. When I was new to the workforce, it was almost my mantra to pass the blame. But over the years, I have discovered that it is far better to own […]
How to recover data from a failed hard drive.
Here’s the scenario. You have a computer that’s been running for years. Everything has been fine until one day when it crashes on you. Perhaps it goes out in style with a BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death). You don’t realize the impact yet. You reboot, but when it starts to load, BAM!, another BSOD. Now […]
Mozzarella and pepperoni rolled up together with a drizzle of olive oil and some crusted cheddar cheese on top. If only you could smell it too!
Run Forest, Run
Kudos to my brother Anthony for running a 10K today! It’s an uphill battle, but you can do it!
This is the first of many!