When Windows 7 SP1 gets newly installed, the system quickly reaches 100% CPU usage and the process svchost.exe takes up a lot of memory. It is attributed to wuauserv that relates to Windows Update.
Continue reading Solution to newly installed Windows 7 100% CPU usage and memory exhaustion
Paypal tends to use its own conversion process to bill in the currency of your country the rate of which is much higher than it really is.
Continue reading [UPDATED]Change Paypal conversion options to avoid high currency exchange fee
It is REAL IPv6 NAT supported by netfilter inside the Linux kernel. Tested devices include TL-WR740N v3 and DIR-505 using the latest OpenWRT stable release Barrier Breaker. However, there are some trick and catch. Continue reading IPv6 NAT with OpenWrt router
IPv6 is gaining its popularity these days but a home router mostly acts as an IPv4 NAT gateway for LAN behind it, lacking IPv6 support. Some routers have an IPv6 passthrough feature to bypass IPv6 traffic if ISPs do provide it while in OpenWrt it will be a little complicated. Continue reading IPv6 behind OpenWrt router
Recently, I have switched my router from DD-WRT to OpenWrt. OpenWrt is considered more functional and can be tailor-made. The first thing is always port forwarding, but this time it is easy and clear. Continue reading Port Forwarding in OpenWrt
VirtualBox does not support USB boot by default. But it is still useful to test on it for NOT requiring to reboot PC many times which might do a lot of harm. Continue reading USB flash drive boot test on VirtualBox
Some applications from internal network are required to be exposed to external Internet mostly for receiving connections. However in DD-WRT, settings are so confusing that it will not function immediately if you decide to use port forwarding. Continue reading Port Forwarding in DD-WRT