But since you never installed and configured OS's, just forget about it.
. you have another computer with Linux on it, connected to internet, [...]. Old clumsy expensive complicated immobile solution, but unbeatable in terms of security when you know how to set it up.
Netbook is a mobile gadget. Does TomatoUSB also go wherever you go?
I'm getting lost in the open source embedded OS. There are quite few of them: DD-WRT, OpenWRT, Tomato, pfsense.
Quote from: ersi on 2014-04-11, 19:45:47Netbook is a mobile gadget. Does TomatoUSB also go wherever you go?I guess it could but I don't see why you would... With TomatoUSB you can... remotely access your stuff, you can easily set up a VPN if you want, .... through SSH
Security through obscurity. I used this authetification method long before I learned how it's called. Good stuff.
From what I have understood, remote access means you have a full-featured machine running at home, connected to the home internet, and you have a mobile gadget, connected to some other internet elsewhere, and with the gadget you log into the full-featured machine to make it run tasks for you, right?
I've never used a VPN in order to conserve resources. I understand it is like connecting to a remote closed network, and automatically being able to access whatever is there on that network without additional authentification (like network printers).
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