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Tag Archives: OSX

Secure Connection Series: Port Forwarding and SSH

From our general outline, this article will revolve around the first three items: Open a Port on your home networks router/modem Install OpenSSH on your home machine Configuring the SSH server: sshd_config Port Forwarding Most networks today are set up with a router or firewall between you and the internet at large. Because of this […]

Secure Connection Series: Aka VPN, SSH, Tunnelling

In this series we will progress through the steps on how to remotely connect to your home computer. In this example I will mostly lean on my expertise in Linux, however many of these techniques will apply to Mac OSX and to a lesser extent Windows. Having looked into solutions for OSX and Windows, I […]

Back to the Text (and perhaps some Video)

It has been some times since I have posted to this blog. Mostly because my efforts have been focused over at TLPShow.com. There the TLP Network is growing, and I am in the process of restructuring out websites, and looking at new ways of presenting community. These changes will be evidenced in the launch of […]