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January 11th, 2009

Cascaded uPnP port restricted NAT. [Jan. 11th, 2009|09:03 pm]
Sarah
EDIT::

HAHA! We DID IT! yay!
Thanks to a very helpful post here:
http://jelnet.free.fr/forum/viewtopic.php?t=303

We nowhave one nat table, one forwarding table, a little dnz and no redundancy. =)




We've been setting up out Linksys ADSL Modem (AM200)(blue box) and dd-wrt enabled WRT54G-TM router (silver box).
Ouch, it's complicated!

We've still not got uPnP to work yet.
It's enabled on the blue-box, and was on the silver-box. But the silver-box kept dropping GET requests from my computer!
We turned off uPnP on the silver-box, and it all works fine now - except we no longer have working uPnP to the Internet. =(

Messenger network discoverer thingy said "Connected through cascaded uPnP port restricted NAT."

Um, we need to read a lot!


Silver-box
Modem IP : 192.168.1.1
Subnet mask : 255.255.255.1

Network address server settings (DHCP)
Local DHCP server : enabled
Start IP : 192.168.1.2
Number of addresses : 253

Operating mode
NAT : Enabled
Static routing : None

Port range forwarding
*web-server stuff goes to blue-box (192.168.1.2)*

Port triggering : uTorrent goes to server

uPnP : Disabled



Bluebox:

WAN connection type
Connection type : DHCP

Network setup
Router IP : 192.168.2.1
Subnet : 255.255.255.0
Gateway : 192.168.2.1
Local DNS : 0.0.0.0

Loopback : enabled
Routing : Enabled

Port forwarding
*stuff to the webserver*

Port triggering
None

uPnP (Changed just to keep network stable for now)
uPnP service : Disabled
Clear port forwards at startup : Disabled
Send presentation URL : Disabled

No DMZ

No QoS
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OMG! It's moving! [Jan. 11th, 2009|10:44 pm]
Sarah
In a major turn of events from Saturday, Xatrox towers was a hive of activity today.
We've upgraded the RAM in our machines, and I found out why my new(made from old spare parts - but still new to me) computer was failing to boot.
The SATA cables are rubbish! the connector is flimsy, and the cable is rigid. Any movement on the cable will move the connector, and if it doesn't break you will at least get an intermittent connection.

I've made my first electric circuit with the breadboard and parts that arrived last week, and my laptop that was really laggy in work (swapping between windows would cause the GUI items to be drawn one at a time!), have totally failed to surface on our network at home.

We've done lots of tidying up - and now I'm really tired. I even took pictures of our progress with the computers and electric circuits, but I'm too tired to post them now. Hopefully I'll have the spoons to do it tomorrow night.

=)
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Intel 4004 - Very big pictures [Jan. 11th, 2009|11:18 pm]
Sarah



http://www.flylogic.net/blog/?p=63

http://flylogic.net/knohl/i4004/i4004b_200x_lg.jpg
http://flylogic.net/knohl/i4004/i4004.jpg
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Building and solving the 7x7x7 Rubiks cube (blindfolded). [Jan. 11th, 2009|11:54 pm]
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