yeah the fvs124G wil be doing that.if memory serves me correctly you'll need a router to go between vlans. i could be wrong it's been a while since i needed vlans.
That'd be a great idea!I should prolly startup a thread on this project.
I see your a Netgear fan as well.:biggrin:Bought all this stuff a bit at a time ... and all pretty cheap as a grew things.
- netgear FVS124G - didn't need the 2 wan ports but it was cheap ... to replace my rt314.
- netgear FSM750S managed switch - probably could have used FSM726 but this was actually cheaper at the time i bought it
- netgear gs116 - 16 port gigabit switch
Yea where's my files by the wayi just joined this site and i noticed this thread, i wasn't sure how much info i was suppose to be putting down, i'm still a bit unsure as to how these sites work.
anyhow thanks for the tip using sftp, i am not familuar with that type of server, i was only going to setup a small server for now, to share stuff with my brother who lives down south (Three Hills, AB) i just want to see if i can get it to work, i've been trying to get this thing to work for two months now and i'm not having much luck at it, (i'm not doing something right).
i will look into this sftp,
sftp? uh I guess we're behind out here in the west,will check into it,thanks.any reason in particular it has to be ftp couldn't you use sftp.
sftp is much better as it's more secure and way more flexible. It also takes almost no time at all to setup. all you need is the server (copSSH) and a client (winscp) takes about 10 minutes to install and configure.
Just a thought. I also didn't think we were posting the system specs on the home lan aswell but i can if that is what people want