Introduction A Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows you to give yourself a sense of anonymity while browsing the internet. Personally, I have been using a VPN to evade my school’s network policy of blocking all ports other than ports used for HTTP or FTP.. and to play online games (sad to say it’s MapleStory) with my FYP group mates. I was introduced to create a VPN server on Azure by my friend Zane the author of this awesome guide on Spiffy…

Igloohome Smart Lock by Igloohome is a digital lock targeting home owners and more specifically Airbnb hosts. The centerpiece feature of the lock is that it gives owners the capability of generating one time or time based pass code remotely using your mobile phone without being in the vicinity. (You can read more about how it works here) Really awesome for Airbnb hosts! Furthermore, the price of Igloohome Smart lock really make it stands out in the market. I got…

I have been struggling to find a guide which teaches me how to do this quickly. Most guides I found requires the use of VBA or an additional plugin. After multiple trial and error attempts, I found a way convert HTML to OFT using only Outlook 2016. Set-Up Click New Email Click this button on the toolbar. Add Attach File (Not “Attach File…”) A Paperclip button should now be added to the toolbar. ConverTING HTML TO OFT Click New Email Click the…

In my previous post pfSense & SingTel Fibre Guide I stated that I was not able to do without the extra smart VLAN capable switch (MikroTik RB260GS). Finally!!! With more tinkering I was able to get MioTV to work without an extra switch! Yayyy! NOTE If your pfSense set-up is running on ESXi, VMware or VirtualBox you have to ensure that promiscuous mode is turned on for WAN and MioWan NIC. I have only tested this out on ESXi and I was only…

A couple of weeks ago I decided to retire my four years old Asus RT-N66U and build my own pfSense firewall/router. I spent many countless hours tinkering and reading up on forums to get my set-up working. MioTV was a pain to get it working properly. Hence, I decided to write this guide to help anyone out there who is trying to replace their SingTel/Old routers with pfSense. My Network Set-Up SingTel ONT -> MikroTik RB260GS -> pfSense -> Everything Else Previously, before purchasing RB260GS…