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Is that a backdoor or an “administrative password” on your Verizon Internet router?

Verizon can change that password. In other to do that, they must have a master password, or as it is known in some circles, a backdoor. To Verizon, it is an administrative password. The only problem is their “administrative password” can unlock your administrative password.

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Monitoring a Cisco Router with Nagios

Sometimes you will need to create service checks using the MIBs that you can discover with snmpwalk. This tutorial will show you the process of creating service checks for a Cisco router manually.

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Tomato Firmware Turns Your Cheap Wireless Router Into a Powerhouse

In the annals of computer software with bizarre and seemingly random names, "Tomato" is probably one of the less weird examples as these things go. But whether you say tomay-toe or tomah-toe, this one is neither a fruit nor a vegetable—it is a firmware for wireless routers, including the popular WRT54G family.

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How to Install and Setup IPCop as your Linux based router

This document describes how to install the GNU/Linux GPL IPCop firewall and create a small home office network. In the second installment we cover creating a DMZ for hosting your own web server or mail server and the Copfilter proxy for filtering web and email traffic.

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Created by devnull 10 years 9 weeks ago – Made popular 10 years 8 weeks ago
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Keep Your SSH Connection Open

Do you get annoyed when you have a SSH session open, visit your browser for a while, and then return only to find you were disconnected? Most home NAT routers are the cause of this. If your router doesn’t offer an option to not shut off idle connections, you are probably better off by setting a keep-alive setting.

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Created by missgeek 10 years 21 weeks ago – Made popular 10 years 21 weeks ago
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