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TP-Link AC1750 vs. CenturyLink Fiber

I’ve spent a few hours figuring this out, so I thought I share my experience. The background story: We have a bunch of wireless devices at home. Unfortunately the router is placed at one end of the house and the … Continue reading

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Things I’ve Learned on IPv6

As an appendix to my previous IPv6 post, I’d like to summarize what I’ve learned on my IPv6 journey. IPv6 address space is vast: It would be enough to address each and every atom on the surface of Earth, though … Continue reading

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IPv6 at Home with Ubuntu

Somewhere around December 2016 I realized that my ISP has changed my router settings form IPv4 only to dual stack and the era of IPv6 has come for me as well. It was not an easy beginning. Though there are … Continue reading

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