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Technology Blog

What is the GS Tech Blog! It’s a place for me to discuss technology I’ve worked with over many years. So after working as a Technology Systems Engineer for almost 20 years. I decided it’s time to create a blog to publish some of my personal ideas regarding technology. All opinions are my own and don’t reflect those of my current or past employers.

Some things I will most likely cover in my blog:

IBM WebSphere
Apache Hadoop
Apache Spark
Apache Flume
Weather
Grads
Gempak
Linux

and much more!

3 Responses

  1. Alex says:

    Hello,

    on your Asus VPN Router to Router tutorial which side (server/client) has
    the 10.69.69.0 or the 10.69.71.0 IP-Addresses?

    Are the IPs only for Routing between the two Routers or the LAN IP Ranges from
    both sides?

    Best regards

    Alex

  2. Nate White says:

    Yes you have the following:
    1) 10.69.69.0
    2) 10.69.71.0
    3) 10.69.68.0
    Could you explain which these address ranges refer to (client network, server network, vpn subnet on client, vpn subnet on server, etc.)?
    Not sure if the 10.69.68.0 was a fat finger or lost in translation. Thanks for your time.

  3. Wayne Linton says:

    I echo the questions of the previous readers. I am trying to learn more about routers, specifically routing traffic from one ASUS router, running OpenVPN Server, to a second ASUS router that is hard wired from one of its LAN ports to the WAN port. Router #2 has no trouble accessing the LAN devices on Router #1, but not vice versa. I was told it has to be done with VPN. And so here I am, struggling …

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