I have been forcing all my work DNS queries to Cloudflare, but recently switched over to Quad 9 for a little bit more security. I just switched my home network over tonight as well. They also support DoH as well.
Quad9 | A public and free DNS service for a better security and privacy
it's been awhile since I have posted here. We currently have a server here in the office and I was asked if I would like to work on it to create an image server.
Would anyone have any experience doing this? This is new to me
Has anyone ever bought themselves a rack for home? I was looking at some 9U racks. One with a door on the front. Not really to put in a server but more to hold my home networking equipment. Does anyone have one for their house?
I thought I would post a couple of links to anyone wanting to test a local web server on your local machine.
The first one that most people are pretty familiar with is XAMPP
The second one is MAMP
Just thought I would post some links for some of you that might want to play locally for testing.
Anyone use anything for serving any/all media needs? The Windows Media Center works great for TV and also does music/images/etc, but it's limited to either the monitor connected to the PC or local media center extender devices.
I've been looking into options for maintaining my...
It's a nice little application. I was able to begin streaming to my Roku HD Player! The best part is that I can also stream .mkv without any trouble. :2thumbs
Anyone else use?
Also what I like is that it gathers all the information from the web and displays...
Ok now we all know that you can flash your routers with aftermarket firmware Linux packages. My favorite is Tomato. Now what i would like to see if a firmware than not only supports router functionality but also runs an embedded version of the Tor server through it. This way you could be helping...
Nodle, since you and I were talking about streaming to a u-pnp device I thought I'd post this for you if you hadn't seen it yet.
Google has done it again -- the search engine giant has released a new service that covers yet another niche software area with the Google Media Server.
Is this officially out? I see according to wikipedia it is. Has anyone used it yet? I see MS has a trial on their website. Maybe i will try it out. Ndboarder, any thought on this?
A small company in Sweden is shipping a low-power, ultra-quiet Linux file and print server based on Debian Linux. Excito's "Bubba" is based on a 200MHz ARM processor, and comes equipped with 80GB to 500GB drives plus a customizable OS featuring a handy torrent/http/ftp download manager.