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Hi!
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My partners and I do contract software and hardware development, primarily for Linux and associated Open Source technologies, and in particular Xtensa and ARM Linux kernels, special purpose device drivers, board support packages (BSP's), and Buildroot root filesystems.

Have a great day!

- yba (Jonathan)


Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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revised Limiting the connection source in firewall
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Jan
25
answered Limiting the connection source in firewall
Jan
12
comment how to unblock my https website when its blocked by a specific country?
@AhmedGalal: Hmm... You will probably have to find some forums or searches that deal with the particular country that is blocking your site. As a last resort you could try something like TOR. However, that presents a hurdle for regular users. Sorry I don't have any more ideas.
Jan
11
comment how to unblock my https website when its blocked by a specific country?
@AhmedGalal: You might need to change several factors at the same time. Also, see the links that I posted just now.
Jan
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answered how to unblock my https website when its blocked by a specific country?
Jan
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revised What are the security benefits of using a proxy server?
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Jan
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answered What are the security benefits of using a proxy server?
May
20
awarded  Caucus
May
20
comment Forwarded packets don't include their original IP address
@JamieH: Your OP NAT rule, implies that you have only one server per application. If that is the case, you can just use iptables to port forward directly to the appropriate server without using NAT or a proxy. If you have multiple Minecraft type servers, then your only option is to use both direct port forwarding and port separation on the client side. That is to tell the clients to connect to your external IP address but to use different ports depending on which server they want to use. In any event, In any event, I upvoted the question because a lot of sys admins at smaller orgs have same Q.
May
20
comment Force clients to use proxy
@davidkennedy85: Added some clarifications to my answer to address your question.
May
20
revised Force clients to use proxy
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May
20
comment Forwarded packets don't include their original IP address
@JamieH: Can you list the applications?
May
20
awarded  Autobiographer
May
20
comment Force clients to use proxy
Thanks for the upvote, despite the error in my original post. I had quoted the wrong rule from the OP, with --sport. Now fixed.
May
20
revised Force clients to use proxy
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May
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answered Forwarded packets don't include their original IP address
May
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answered Force clients to use proxy
May
13
revised Troubleshooting wireless network in a 4000 square feet office
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