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General Discussion / The New Toy
« on: December 19, 2017, 09:42:25 am »
The New Toy

General Discussion / Re: Heres hoping
« on: December 19, 2017, 09:37:25 am »
is it still good

General Discussion / Re: Cam Test
« on: August 17, 2015, 10:15:31 am »
that's still a great shot hand held.....

General Discussion / Re: Cam Test
« on: August 17, 2015, 10:13:53 am »
Tech Van additional power
I like what you did with the panel. Keep an eye on it for acid build up on the negative side.. Did that panel come with a cover.. AND maybe add some Di-electric grease to all the terminals just to decrease erosion.. it dont need to be heavy.. We're kinda forced to add that to every boat terminal now since the connectors attract everything 

General Discussion / motor mounted
« on: July 16, 2014, 11:07:08 pm »
motor mounted  :bigsmile:

General Discussion / AT&T Did it again... Lot of us not happy Again
« on: April 03, 2014, 11:16:23 am »
AT&T Why?
AT&T is blocking Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6)
Did they break it.. They advertise the ability to use and have info on there websites..
Hundreds of Thousands of Website Developers use it and have it... This Include Google and OpenDNS and even we have it on our other business connections. It even helps 4G be a little faster...
If you have AT&T and a XBOX One.. Good luck its not getting IPv6 now
If you have AT&T and a Cell Service.. Good luck its not getting IPv6 now
If you have AT&T and a Internet TV.. Good luck its not getting IPv6 now
This can also slow it up and in some cases bandwidth on Cell phones will be higher use.

According to the Hundreds to thousands of Developers they broke there network again by putting out a bad update to there network.. I tend to believe that.. Others say there preparing to sell IPv6 IP space. Comcast IPv6 works and others that need it can get a Tunnel network from Sixx or my favorite Hurricane Electric only because they have a certification program we enjoy. AND they have been doing it for years.. AT&T might be able to fix there problem if they pick up the phone to

Years ago.. WELL not that many years.. We got a Internet Business connection from AT&T and we were assured by several people at AT&T that when we need it IPv6 would be available.. AND was...
Recently: We were approached by a non profit to help with some special needs and at the time we would have been able to fit there needs using IPv6 to assign encrypted connections to there users.. As of a couple weeks ago this has been put on hold Because AT&T broke it.. No AT&T IPv6..
We called AT&T and got the answer NO we cant open IPv6 for you and can't...
We dont Need IPv6 protocol 41 from AT&T just open the Protocol

It seems every-time we turn around AT&T either blocks something or breaks it.. We even heard they say its because of security... Grant it, there is a learning curve with IPv6 but we already knew that and control the services we open.. AND I know AT&T can control abuse by slowing up connections, Sending a email or disabling a customer till the abuse is fixed.. Just ask any user of a Cell phone who has Tethered a computer to use internet through there cell phone.
Internet is faster with IPv6 as long as Administrators set it right.. AND for the most part its safer then Internet protocol (TCP/IPv4) All your browsers and new Operating systems since Windows XP sp2 and Linux to mention just two support IPv6.. Yeah even Apple

Microsoft had some issues with IPv6 on the New Xbox and fixed what they needed.. If you have a wireless modem/router thats to old you might have to upgrade your router to deal with IPv6 This is part of the learning curve.. Wireless on older versions with IPv6 may lock up.
This might be AT&T's problem I'm not sure on that.. We have the Xbox one and disabled v6 because it was part of the learning curve. ANd we replaced the one Wireless router and had no problems with the AT&T router on the wireless with Xbox one. (when IPv6 was working)

I wonder how Microsoft feels about AT&T blocking IPv6(secret partner of U-verse development)

I know theirs allot more to do with this But common AT&T your supporting businesses that don't want to be told how to do business for to much longer.. Cost is one thing breaking our Development and blocking Learning is another.. The future is our Kids and they want to learn network development as well.
Even on one of the AT&T forums A user posted a link to file complaints to the FCC in how there blocking our business Tunnels, Tracert and a few other items.. You can search the Web on how AT&T broke DNS and how they wanted to block FaceTime and more.. Verizon don't get me started

If you want to keep the Internet in the open. The way its supposed to be. Not telling us what we can or cant have Please file a complaint with the FCC. Even the FCC has open rules for the Internet.

Heres the FCC Rules on a open Internet. Look around they even have a link to test your IPV6 capabilitys  

If you Feel we need to file a complaint please feel free to a open discussion here and file your complaint here
Fill out the online form under Broadband, Billing/Service/Availability.

A large portion of the form is dedicated to billing disputes, so I left those blank and filled in item (5) with some text about how AT&T's behavior is a clear violation of the "no blocking" open Internet rules, as set forth here:

This is a link on AT&T's own website

There's other complaints going on and AT&T isn't the only one getting this
Comcast, Cell phone companies and more.. But its been real enlightening. The recent amount of complaints over IPv6 with AT&T... Considering Europe has been IPv6 enabled for 10 years and its being used more and more since 2005 here

Did I mentioned how AT&T is blocking Tracert.. Its a tool for tracing where a IP is coming from its one of the tools we can use to find and block a bad guy temporarily to keep our connections running.. They wont allow this from our desktops or with our commercial routers behind there equipment.. This is just to name problems AT&T is having.
Don't get me started on how bad DNS is.. All companies are having that problem...

To be fair AT&T has done a good job with us.. But its not this hard and some things need to change
Opening protocol 41 is one that needs to happen fast

Here's the FCC thought on IPv6 and Written VERY WELL
We're 100% ready are you..? Remember that when your watching TV over the internet  ;D
But one of the big problems. Most people are scared of change and IPv6 makes life more secure and AT&T probably needs to learn more about empty address segments and UDP packets to no place

Imagine not being able to get to your bank online or Use your Internet ready TV or worse

Thank you

General Discussion / Re: Ship this stuff
« on: February 18, 2014, 12:53:06 pm »

Ill PM you my ship to address!     ;D

We hardly got any this year.  Wind about took the power down moments ago however...

You wanna drive the postoffice crazy Give me your PO box I can send it there  :bigsmile:

The UP side we're warming up for a couple days

The downside.. More complicated
We have well over 60 inches of snow
The ground is froze solid below 2 feet plus
Thursday we're supposed to get up to 2 inches of Rain... So its time to build some Dams in the back yard with the snow to block off the flood that will happen in the back yard and make sure the pumps to the Dungeon are working.... Making sure the output pipes are clear..

I think its time to send the left overs to Jacksonville Florida as well  :bigsmile:

General Discussion / Ship this stuff
« on: February 17, 2014, 05:35:21 pm »

General Discussion / AT&T Uverse STATIC IP
« on: April 14, 2012, 12:26:45 am »
links to how to use static IP addresses on U-verse

AT&T Uverse Business STATIC IP Addresses (Success),6394.0.html

AT&T Uverse Business STATIC IP,6394.0.html


General Discussion / pfsense dual lan
« on: April 05, 2012, 09:08:29 pm »
pfsense dual lan

Not bad for speed test . net

as for speakeasy test...
Download Speed: 11505 kbps (1438.1 KB/sec transfer rate)
Upload Speed: 1462 kbps (182.8 KB/sec transfer rate)

its rare to have it work this close in the resuts over dual wan

General Discussion / Re: A Super Firewall
« on: March 14, 2012, 02:43:51 pm »
If you have any questions about the above please sign up in the Forum on DSLnuts Ask or help out and were more then happy to have a discussion about this or any other topic

Thanks again

General Discussion / A Super Firewall
« on: March 14, 2012, 02:40:54 pm »
We instated a couple of firewalls a few weeks ago..
These cover the Servers which take care of all the email and websites
within the firewall(s) we have a option to block certain countries and cities
for instance the Baidu spider from Beiging China or the
top known spammers and spam bots.
Keep in mind no firewall is perfect but these seem to do the trick

Firewall Stats of blocked bad guys for the servers for the past couple weeks

Server 2
Asia                                      23091   
Europe                         9657   
South America                      17   
Server 1
TopSpammers                      625   
Africa                               650   
Asia                                    20688   
Europe                               17987   
SouthAmerica                 3632      
Baidu                                  148   
dotnetdotcomorg              150   
Wordlightcom                  320   
limestonenetworkscom      12   
amazoncom                        170

We run an extensive cloud server and as of this date the email servers are at a all time low for spam and have only seen 12 virus hit the mail servers which were removed.

You might notice that Amazon is on that list.. Please keep in mind we are not blocking Amazon email or the website only an exploit that was detected coming out of Germany through Amazon.
We dont block all of Germany and we certainly don't block all of Europe
But the numbers your seeing above is just how bad these spammers want to exploit yours and our information..

The United States of America is nothing to laugh at either.
We still see a good amount of spam from here as well as viruses and some of that might be comming from companies that are from outside the united states using servers here.
The United states is a large resource for spam. Maybe one of the largest.

At this time I want to thank the providers of our firewall and custom settings
from and the Very user friendly addon from Countryblock and IPblocklist
If you have a spare computer and a Gig or more of memory with a Dual core CPU and two or more network cards you could have the same firewall capability within your home or office making a Safe point for all your computers

most of the info for building a pfSense can be gotten here

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General Discussion / Re: Docsis 3
« on: March 01, 2012, 08:27:07 pm »
I LIKE THAT  :bigsmile:

General Discussion / ubuntu
« on: February 22, 2012, 12:40:49 am »
Screen shot

General Discussion / paul
« on: August 16, 2010, 06:02:19 pm »

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