Re: WRT54G and 10Mb connection
"Xenomorph" <spam@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
well, the power could go out during a flash
Yeah, so go buy a $50 UPS to protect your $5 value router.
- Re: Router question
... What is a UPS? ... router I do not need a switch. ... Everything I have three computers for sure and sometimes a laptop at times, modem, FW appliance, the wireless AP switch when I was doing the wireless was connected to the UPS to protect the equipment and keep the power constant and do controlled shutdown when power was lost instead just loosing everything. ...
- Re: Lightning - funny how were not seeing him any more
... 'UPS connected' devices were protected just like the ... What protected Leythos' ... > UPS does claim to protect from something. ... typically damages electronics. ...
- Re: Routers Firewall
... > indicates that it has firewall technology, then the router doesn't have a ... What your router does have is NAT. ... ZA is a fine product which will protect a computer ... Port 80 is the WEB access port and port 21 is the FTP ...
- Re: firewalls (was Re: AGP)
... would come into play on public or forwarded ports by the router. ... NAT on the Linksys router will protect the average home user. ... >>The line is becoming more and more blurred everyday as to what home users ... > good job without the addition of any software firewalls on the hosts. ...
- Re: Zone Alarm Pro: How to *ALLOW* incoming web access
... >> It's the fact that one has a personnel FW trying to protect a machine ... protection of a NAT router, which is going to stop a lot of attacks up ... resources to stop the attacks, which will slow the machine down in doing ... inbound ports, which you'll have to do on port 80. ...