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Elaborate on building your own router 🤔
Root7286756dLooks like my previous Broadcom’s ping log, except yours are all in order 😂
Oh, and without the duplicate.
junon284556dAlternative post title: "Learning how to scale, the hard way"
I wanted a fanless solution. A computer inside a radiator made sense. Happy with my choice, it just could have a normal PCIe, not just for USB devices - that's my only regret.
Soon I'll connect https://aliexpress.com/item/... to it - waiting for the screen and the cables.
IntrusionCM470855d@iiii @netikras depends on what you are doing.
I like the setup of netikras.
Most cheap routers are ... Pain in the arse.
Under 150 Euro - nope.
It's a sad but true fact that many "dumbed down devices" start bitching at certain points.
Be it OpenVPN with a ton of SSH Proxies...
A few dozen wlan clients...
A good device trying to utilize WLan N to it's fullest (yes long time ago).
And so on.
I was so happy that in Germany the ISP didn't have a right to enforce it's own device as endpoint. Cause most of these devices are just trash. Pure utter trash.
netikras2659255d@vigidis "master mode" as in AP? Or Monitor? Or what..?
Anyways, here's the `iw list`:
Supported interface modes:
`interface combinations are not supported`
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0bda:8813 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTL8814AU 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wireless Adapter
vigidis214555d@netikras @IntrusionCM in technical terms they are the same thing... The reason why I avoid calling it AP is because I've seen manufacturers market some devices as AP-compatible just because they are Ad-Hoc and can be used as hotspots, leading to some pretty misleading marketing...
But yeah, thanks for the tip on the adapter you're using... gonna grab one and finally put that Intel Nuc I have lying around to good use