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Sep
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answered Has anyone figured out how to use same username with different passwords (Windows)
Sep
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asked Has anyone figured out how to use same username with different passwords (Windows)
Sep
22
asked How to make sure Windows PC is reasonably secure?
May
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accepted What would be the cheapest way to host host large amount of data online?
May
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comment What would be the cheapest way to host host large amount of data online?
$10/mo for 2TB doesn't sound realistic given that raw hardware costs ~$250/2TB, no hosting, no redundancy. There must be a catch, at least if I'll start storing 250TB+.
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May
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comment What would be the cheapest way to host host large amount of data online?
Where have you found a storage at ~8$/mo for 2TB? That's actually very cheap compared to what I've found.
May
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comment What would be the cheapest way to host host large amount of data online?
Pretty much yes, I can manage with only one PC accessing the storage. But I have no idea what type of hardware and at what cost I can throw at the problem.
May
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asked What would be the cheapest way to host host large amount of data online?
Nov
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comment Is there a way to stop relaying network traffic through VPN?
The box is behind router, and only one password protected user can connect to the VPN, through one open port. Don't see how it's worse than say opening port 80 for WWW.
Nov
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accepted Is there a way to stop relaying network traffic through VPN?
Nov
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comment Is there a way to stop relaying network traffic through VPN?
No idea, Windows 7 built in VPN as shown here - youtube.com/watch?v=1s5JxMG06L4
Nov
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asked Is there a way to stop relaying network traffic through VPN?
Nov
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accepted How to fix routing behind off-the-shelf router?
Nov
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comment How to fix routing behind off-the-shelf router?
Thank you for the explanation. It was the Win7 PC that was ruining the connection, because the network was set as "Public". Can anyone explain why it was happening? I had firewalls configured and everything. I thought it should be possible to get some apps outside of public zone.
Nov
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comment How to fix routing behind off-the-shelf router?
@Alex: I'm not very good with network stuff, so I decided winsocks cli/srv was safer. I haven't found one so far. Yes, but if I connect the cable so that there is a 192.168.3.0/24 network, the peer-to-peer queries over 192.168.1.0/24 are resolved successfully. Without the 192.168.3.0/24 network, the peer-to-peer communication is dead.