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  1. [other] Re: iptables, NAT loopback to a different subnet

    The problem is that the rules that are already in place are generated by the router firmware, and can only be temporary flushed. As soon as the router or the firewall service restarts, these rules...
  2. [other] iptables, NAT loopback to a different subnet

    Hi!

    I'm using Toastman Tomato firmware on my router (Linksys E3000) configured with VLAN.

    I have divided my network into 3 different subnets, 192.168.0.0/24 (vlan1, br0), 192.168.1.0/24 (vlan3,...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Slow SSH Login

    Okey, so I've found whats making it slow. It's the avahi-daemon. Now the question is how to fix it. Any ideas?

    EDIT: Problem solved. It was a line in my avahi configuration file that was wrong. It...
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    [SOLVED] Slow SSH Login

    Hi!

    I've been googling on this problem for a while now, but I have not found a solution that works.

    The problem is that today all of a sudden the SSH login to my server is very slow. From the...
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