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Posted 09 June 2013 - 18:41
Posted 09 June 2013 - 22:10
Posted 09 June 2013 - 22:21
It's not really a headache. Most things are much easier to do than to look at
After reading all this, man, what a headache. I did study MS's basic networking back in 2000 at the local military/civilian collage for UMUC.
what topography is your favorite btw? I think bus topography is pretty common among most normal users
(sorry, didn't mean to hijack the thread.) I hope you get it figured out Fahim, best wishes!
Be nice >.>
Why would you need to 250 to make it the gateway for your network? What would you need to buy even - you already have 2 nics in it..
"After reading all this, man, what a headache." What?
Other than having to put up pictures for the OP.. This is literally like 5 minutes tops worth of setup.. I brought up the VM and created the little tutorial in that. If you were not worried about pictures and explaining it to someone take all of 2 minutes to setup.
"what topography is your favorite btw? - did you mean Topology? No "bus" is not common among normal users A "star" would be the common setup where their home router is the center (switch) and their computer/devices all connect to the switch.
And if you would of read all of it - you would of seen he has it working..
Posted 10 June 2013 - 08:50
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Posted 29 June 2013 - 23:49
Very happy to report that today I went 'live' with pfSense being my main router for my network - after some time messing around with PPPoE settings, I finally got it to work!
I am currently using my old router as an Access Point but would like to replace this in the longer term with a proper Access Point.
It seems to be faster and is much more powerful than the router it replaces. I would encourage anyone who is considering it to go for it.
And thanks to BudMan for all his advice on the topic.
Posted 30 June 2013 - 15:24
Posted 30 June 2013 - 21:02
Would totally agree with you if my router wasn't such a piece of junk.
Even though it is now only an AP, I have had to reboot it twice already in 24 hours, because it has been misbehaving.
My reasoning for getting a 'business class' AP, is because of this and no other reason.
Posted 30 June 2013 - 22:32
Looks really interesting.. any particular model?
Posted 30 June 2013 - 23:18
Posted 01 July 2013 - 00:11
My apologies - only clicked the first link. That's the one I liked the look of too, although slightly more expensive than the Cisco model I was looking at.
For the sake of completeness, I drew my network in Visio so you can see what you helped implement.