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How To Buy Cloud Storage - Part 2

Storage in the CloudIn the second and final part of this series, we survey some of the companies offering different types of cloud storage services.

How To Buy Cloud Storage - Part 1

Storage in the CloudOur guide will help sort through the many options for saving your files in the cloud.

How To Buy a NAS - The Short(er) Version - Updated 2011

Which NAS to choose?

Our updated short guide to buying a NAS will get you quickly pointed in the right direction.

Homegrown Network: A Concrete Example

Homegrown Network: A Concrete Example Designing and installing a DIY home network is hard enough. But doing it in a concrete block home requires extra planning and care.

Staying Secure In The Cloud - Part 2

Secure Cloud In Part 2, we look at practical steps you can take to ensure a safe cloud computing experience.

Crossing The Chasm: Converting An iPhone App to Android

Converting An iPhone App to Android One man's story of porting an app from Apple's tightly-controlled fiefdom to the wild and wooly Android frontier.

Staying Secure In The Cloud - Part 1

Secure Cloud Pay attention to the fine print to know how safe your data is with your Cloud service providers.

Confessions of a Nook Color Rooter: Trying Honeycomb

Pirate AndroidWe managed to get Android Honeycomb running on the Nook Color. But it's not really a good way to go just yet.

How To Add Ports To A Router

How To Add Ports To A RouterExpanding the number of Ethernet ports on a router is one of the easiest things you can do. But people still have questions. We've got the answers.

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Hey SNB members, I hope you are all well during this time. I have used Asus routers for a long time. My current and backup router have failed - so I d...
v2.5.1 Updated 2020-05-10 Run an NTP server for your network. Graphs available for NTP accuracy on the Addons page of the WebUI.Inspired by kvic's p...
Hi there,This thread is about GNUton's Merlin builds for DSL devices.* A few words about how this project started:Some days back I bought a DSL-AC68U....
Hi all, I have been considering upgrading the home network primarily as it pertains to security. With the implementation of many IoT devices which wil...
I updated my ISP from 200 to 400 Mbps. So I tested the throughput, the ISP Modem is putting out 467 Mbps. I am testing using an ethernet cable directl...

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