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Archive for the ‘Routers’ Category

Netgate SG-3100 is an ARM based pfSense Firewall Appliance

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/11/04

By now I should have had plenty of time to try out an ARM based pfSense multi-WAN router like the [WayBack]  Netgate SG-3100 is an ARM based pfSense Firewall Appliance.

So this is a reminder for myself to write down more detailed experiences than the summary at [WayBack]Netgate SG-3100 pfSense Security Gateway Appliance.

It is in the Mikrotik price range, but each time I use those I bump into mysterious RouterOS issues that only I seem to have.

–jeroen

via:

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ZeroShell Firewall/Router Linux Distribution Works on x86 Hardware, Raspberry Pi 2/3, & (Some) Orange Pi Boards

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/11/01

From a while back: [WayBackZeroShell Firewall/Router Linux Distribution Works on x86 Hardware, Raspberry Pi 2/3, & (Some) Orange Pi Boards.

I’m anxious to see how much it has grown up by now.

More info at Zeroshell – Wikipedia

–jeroen

via: [WayBack] ZeroShell is a ##Linux distribution for firewalls/routers fully configurable via a web interface, and that not only works on x86, but also on some ##Arm… – Jean-Luc Aufranc – Google+

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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

–jeroen

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Research list: machine sometimes not visible on LAN

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/04/08

When one of the machine isn’t active for a while it seems to disappear. Even when it’s active some of the machines have intermittent errors pinging it as like every 10-30 seconds one of these ping results appear:

92 bytes from tl-er5120 (192.168.71.1): Redirect Host(New addr: 192.168.71.193)
Vr HL TOS  Len   ID Flg  off TTL Pro  cks      Src      Dst
 4  5  00 0054 05de   0 0000  40  01 644d 192.168.71.108  192.168.71.193

Sometimes even a simple

Request timeout for icmp_seq 6900

So I need to dig into  ICMP “Redirect Host” .

It might be a simple ARP thing like mac mini – Why the different results for ping? Or why is the Time Capsule getting involved? – Ask Different [WayBack] but like usual stuff I bump into is of a more complex kind so I’ve archived at least these:

–jeroen

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No more https://www.whatsapp.com/cidr.txt

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/11

Not sure when this happened but the CIDR list is no more [WayBackhttps://www.whatsapp.com/cidr.txt:

Dear partners,
Please note that we have migrated the latest IP pools of WhatsApp to Facebook Mobile Partner Portal. Feel free to browse to the Settings page of the portal and download the latest WhatsApp IP pool: https://fb.me/mpp_support 
Further IP pool updates are also done through the portal and are no longer distributed via email or through WhatsApp web site.
If you have not yet registered on the Mobile Partner Portal or have difficulties accessing it - please request access through the following form and we'll be happy to assist: https://fb.me/mpp_access
For any technical requests please contact us through the Support section of the portal: https://fb.me/mpp_support 
WhatsApp team

In the past it was the place to get the CIDR so you could either block or allow WhatsApp traffic: [earlier WayBack]

It is still widely cited as way to regulate WhatsApp traffic, for instance at these places:

Time to find an automated way to get the replacement list. Maybe the below helps (via [WayBackBlock facebook messenger and whatsApp on Dlink router – Super User)

whois -h whois.radb.net '!gAS32934'

–jeroen

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