The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of stuff

Jeroen W. Pluimers on .NET, C#, Delphi, databases, and personal interests

  • My badges

  • Twitter Updates

  • My Flickr Stream

  • Pages

  • All categories

  • Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

    Join 2,912 other followers

Archive for September 16th, 2019

Route traffic from one port via VPN – MikroTik

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/09/16

For my link archive: [WayBack] Route traffic from one port via VPN – MikroTik

Via [WayBack] networking – Mikrotik route internet traffic from one interface via vpn – Super User


Posted in Internet, MikroTik, Power User, routers | Leave a Comment »

Eigenes DynDNS mit Bind und Apache –

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/09/16

Dieser Artikel beschreibt, wie man einen eigenen Mechanismus für DNS-Updates als DynDNS-Alternative aufbaut.


This article describes how you can create your own mechanism for DNS-updates as alternative for DynDNS.

Interesting read: [WayBackEigenes DynDNS mit Bind und Apache –


The above post disappeared, but this one (which adds calling the DynDNS server from a Fritz!Box) is still up: [WayBack] Eigener DynDNS mit Bind, Apache und PHP | with an update at [WayBack] Eigener DynDNS mit dnsmasq, Apache und PHP |

Source code for both:

Related and background reading:


Posted in *nix, bind-named, Linux, openSuSE, Power User, SuSE Linux, Tumbleweed | Leave a Comment »

Blast from the TomsHardware past – Stress Test: Power Supplies Under Full Load

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/09/16

Blast form the past, as I just found out I had archived the (moved) pages where the original link wasn’t:

We put PC power supplies from 300 to 850 watts under continuous load to see if they can satisfy the power appetite of potent Athlon and P4 systems. Are they efficient and stable? Click into the THG Laboratory to find out!

Sources: the “Stress Test: Power Supplies Under Full Load” series:

The original page was not archived (likely because they dislike WayBack), but linked from [WayBack] Using PC power supplies in things other than PCs which I linked to in Convert/adapt an old ATX Power Supply into a Bench Power Supply with (or without) 3D Printed Parts

Note that [] Data Collection And Live Upload refers to the – now gone – Inadequate and Deceptive Product Labeling : Comparison of 21 Power Supplies , which I found back as well:

In spite of the high end-user retail prices, our lab technicians were surprised by the test results. No fewer than 6 power supplies struggled under full load: 3 of the candidates simply went up in smoke, while the other 3 shut down prematurely. The “black sheep” among all the test participants was Maxtron, with the TOP-520P4. According to the manufacturer’s specifications, this power supply is represented to be capable of withstanding 520 watts – divided up over the corresponding voltage ranges. However, in our test, it ceased working at 446 watts. Completely dead!


Posted in Hardware, PC PSU, Power User, PSU | Leave a Comment »

%d bloggers like this: