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Linux USB Server | VirtualHere
The VirtualHere USB Server enables remote access to USB devices over a network.
networking  usb 
1 hour ago by briangrimshaw
USB over IP | USB over Network | Share remote USB over IP network
Not only is FlexiHub a global solution, it also lets you share USB over network and access remote USB devices between Windows, macOS, Linux and Android operating systems.
networking  usb 
1 hour ago by briangrimshaw
FireHOL - Linux firewalling and traffic shaping for humans
FireHOL is a language (and a program to run it) which builds secure, stateful firewalls from easy to understand, human-readable configurations. The configurations stay readable even for very complex setups.

FireQOS is a program which sets up traffic shaping from an easy-to-understand and flexible configuration file.

Both programs abstract away the differences between IPv4 and IPv6. so you can concentrate on the rules you want. You can apply rules for IPv4 or IPv6, or both, as you need.
linux  networking  firewall 
yesterday by wjy
FireHOL - Linux firewalling and traffic shaping for humans
What are FireHOL and FireQOS?
FireHOL is a language (and a program to run it) which builds secure, stateful firewalls from easy to understand, human-readable configurations. The configurations stay readable even for very complex setups.

FireQOS is a program which sets up traffic shaping from an easy-to-understand and flexible configuration file.

Both programs abstract away the differences between IPv4 and IPv6. so you can concentrate on the rules you want. You can apply rules for IPv4 or IPv6, or both, as you need.

We think the best advert for these programs are their configurations. See below for:
network  firewall  linux  networking 
yesterday by euler
16.04 - /usr/sbin/fanctl: No such file or directory in /etc/network/if-up.d/ubuntu-fan" - Ask Ubuntu | https://askubuntu.com/
Not sure if this fixed anything (or broke Docker), but at least `ifup` works now without bombing with error code 127.
I had this happen after I installed and later removed Docker. The Docker daemon depends on FAN so it gets installed, but if you don't purge it upon removal the startup script in /etc/network/if-up.d/ sticks around. Remove it with apt remove --purge ubuntu-fan.
docker  networking  ubuntu  elementary  errormessage  maybesolution 
2 days ago by kme
Barefoot Networks may have built the world's fastest networking switch chip | Computerworld
As its name implies, PISA doesn’t force switches to use any existing protocol, including TCP/IP (Transfer Control Protocol/Internet Protocol), the basic mechanism of most current data networks. About all that’s required for it to work is to make what comes out of the ports look like Ethernet packets.

That makes Barefoot’s switch architecture more software-defined than anything that’s come out of SDN (software-defined networking) to date, Burke said. In a way, it’s a next step for SDN. Barefoot’s founder and chief scientist, Nick McKeown, was one of the founders of Nicira Networks, the pioneering SDN startup that was acquired by VMware in 2012.
Barefoot  networking  switch  P4 
2 days ago by euler
Home Page | Barefoot
Barefoot Tofino is the world’s first end-user programmable Ethernet switch. It is built using a Protocol Independent Switch Architecture (PISA) and is P4-programmable.
Barefoot  networking  P4  switch 
2 days ago by euler
Barefoot Preps for 5G and IoT With Its Tofino Chip and the P4 Lan
One of Barefoot’s most-touted capabilities is that it enables programmability of the forwarding plane. “With the programmable chip what you can actually do is assign the resources to only the pieces you want, you can delete the features you don’t want and basically make your switch do the things that your network needs, and do it better,” said Jonnalagadda.
barefoot  networking  switch  P4 
2 days ago by euler
dn42
"dn42 is a big dynamic VPN, which employs Internet technologies (BGP, whois database, DNS, etc). Participants connect to each other using network tunnels (GRE, OpenVPN, Tinc, IPsec) and exchange routes thanks to the Border Gateway Protocol. […] dn42 can be used to learn networking and to connect private networks, such as hackerspaces or community networks. But above all, experimenting with routing in dn42 is fun!"
networking  internet  learning  beginner  bgp  vpn 
2 days ago by sometimesfood
Guacamole - LinuxIntro
How to set up Guacamole, make it survive a reboot, secure transmission with SSL, put it onto port 80 or 443.
linux  software  networking  remoteaccess  gui 
2 days ago by gfarnell

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