My friend David asked me to help him tackle a problem with his network. He used a Unifi Security Gateway PRO 4 from Ubiquiti Networks but still wanted to run some Post IPTV STBs on his network. The solution took … Continue reading
Getting to work an IPTV decoder on a POST Bamboo access with a Mikrotik router instead of Fritz!Box has been one of my long time challenges that I never got around. But finally I got it done, here is how … Continue reading
I have used a Routerboard running Mikrotik’s RouterOS to connect to a POST LuxFibre FTTH access for some time. I have been asked in the past to aid with similar setups, so here comes my configuration for the RouterOS CLI. Note: This … Continue reading
POST Luxembourg had been operating a SixXS POP since March 2010. The POP worked fine for a time and some members of PRMG operated several tunnels. Unfortunately SixXs disabled the POP in 2015 after it had struggled with uptime issues for several weeks. … Continue reading
As VoIP gets more and more popular, it’s users are struggling how to deal with their existing needs for fax services. Some may just connect their fax machine to an analog telephone adapter (aka ATA) and send their fax transmissions … Continue reading
The recent firmware update to Fritz!OS 06.00 allows to force VoIP connections to 3rd party ITSPs via the primary Internet connection. (Unfortunately I don’t have an english version yet.)
TANGO Blue is TANGO’s counterpart of the EPT LuxFibre. From the start TANGO Blue users received a public IP (compare “No public IP for EPT LuxFibre“). TANGO Blue users weren’t affected by the issues present with LuxFibre. For a while … Continue reading
In the early days of October, 2012 I activated IPv6 for the blog. Literally hours later, on October 7, 2012, Luis left a comment on this blog while connected via IPv6.