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es:howtos:network_services:running_an_access_point_from_a_slackware_box [2019/07/05 01:25 (UTC)]
antares_alf [3.3.1 Integridad de archivos]
es:howtos:network_services:running_an_access_point_from_a_slackware_box [2019/07/05 02:07 (UTC)] (actual)
antares_alf [4.6 Dynamic DNS]
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-===== 4.6 Dynamic ​DNS ===== +===== 4.6 DNS Dinámico ​===== 
-If you are going to do the port forwarding thing and if you ISP is not giving you static ​IP you might want to use some sort of dynamic ​DNS service so that people can reach whatever service you are forwarding+Si va hacer el reenvío de puertos y si su ISP no le proporciona una IP estática, es posible que desee utilizar algún tipo de servicio de DNS dinámico para que las personas puedan acceder al servicio que está reenviando
-There are many free dynamic ​DNS service providers ​... google ​is your friend if you don't like any of the ones I'm suggesting:+ 
 +Hay muchos proveedores de servicios ​DNS dinámicos gratuitos... google ​es tu amigo si no te gustan ninguno de los que te sugiero: 
   * http://​www.gnutomorrow.com/​r/​namecheap   * http://​www.gnutomorrow.com/​r/​namecheap
   * http://​www.dnsexit.com/​   * http://​www.dnsexit.com/​
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-Most give you a client for managing the update ​... all you need do is arrange for that client to run either from the router or from any other pc in your LAN with internet access. +La mayoría le brinda un cliente para administrar la actualización... todo lo que necesita hacer es organizar que el cliente se ejecute desde el enrutador o desde cualquier otra PC de su LAN con acceso a Internet.
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 ===== 4.7 Configuring Clients ===== ===== 4.7 Configuring Clients =====
 For the client side configurations there are many ways too, to keep things simple let's just go about it by using wpa_supplicant. Remember that regardless of whether it's a wired or wireless client: if you're using managing MAC ACL from iptables your client'​s MAC address needs to be added to the firewall configuration while ff you're doing MAC ACL just with hostapd then you only need to make sure your wireless clients are in the ACL. For the client side configurations there are many ways too, to keep things simple let's just go about it by using wpa_supplicant. Remember that regardless of whether it's a wired or wireless client: if you're using managing MAC ACL from iptables your client'​s MAC address needs to be added to the firewall configuration while ff you're doing MAC ACL just with hostapd then you only need to make sure your wireless clients are in the ACL.

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