I was asking because all the LAN ports on my router located in Mom's bedroom, and I don't think she'll let me have a server farm in there.
I'm not sure if you might be able route them to different ports at the domain level or to be able use some form of NAT translation at your new place, but those might be options for you.
There was a time I would have questioned doing it via satellite, but they're a lot faster nowadays.
From: Pierre Abbat <[address removed]>
Sent: Friday, November 15,[masked]:06 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [aspergers-81] Computers
On Friday, November 15,[masked]:13:00 Robert Sargeant wrote:
> Do they have wireless network cards?
Zyxomma has a wireless card, but it is not supported yet in DragonFly, which
is what it's running. The others don't.
Zyxomma is a router. If you have an existing computer system, I should be able
to connect your system through it. If you have existing services other than
mail, ssh, web, and the few others I have, I can forward the port. Also I have
an IPv6 tunnel, so if your computer supports IPv6, you can access it from
anywhere that also has IPv6 even if the port is one I'm already using. The
satellite connection provides IPv6 (pleasant surprise; the technician didn't
know what it is), so I can connect directly to leopard, my mail server,
without bothering about the forwarded port.
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