Ip source routing | Windows server 2016

Hi Folks!

I would need help to configure these settings on Windows servers (i'm kind new about SysAdmin stuff):

  • Set IPv6 source routing to highest protection
  • Disable IP source routing

unfortunately i do not have installed the MSS component, and i do not want to update directly the regedit.

Do you have any ideas?

Thanks!

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Download routing based on domain source

Hi,

Basically, I'm trying to route downloaded files (.pdf) from one particular website into one particular folder in order to keep a semblance of organisation. I've tried setting up downloads router from the chrome store (installed into Edge) but I don't want to just set a rule for all PDFs to move as not all will belong in this folder.

I can't set up a rule by name as these files are given a randomly generated 13-string name of numbers and letters so that option is out.

There is a rule option to separate by domain source but I've tried a few iterations of the website URLs in this box but having no joy. These downloads are coming from a government website from an area in which you have to log into which might be affecting this mind.

Is there anyway to easily achieve this aim/other extensions available which might help me? Otherwise, is there a way on Windows 10 to see the full metadata of these downloaded PDFs which might give me a source domain to try in downloads router? I've only been able to pull the basic file properties which aren't too helpful in this case https://imgur.com/a/tU5YVu6

Thanks

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LPT: When filling out an electronic form with important information like bank account number, routing, etc and it asks you to renter the number as verification, retype the info straight from the source vs. what you just typed in so you don’t accidentally verify info you made a typo on.

I have seen many a person not get paid right when setting up their direct deposit and they end up making a mistake and then copying it again when it asks you to type in your account number as verification. Don’t make that mistake and instead get the information directly from your source information. That way if a mistake was made in the original entry you won’t copy the same mistake and screw up whatever you are doing.

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midiRouter schematics posted (open source midi routing box)

Hello there,

Update time! The wiring diagrams for the midiRouter have been finished and added to the project. You can check them out in the overview presented on the midiRouter's main github page linked here, or link to the individual schematic pages here:

[Page 1]

[Page 2]

[Page 3]

The next thing planned is the project BOM and parts sourcing info. I'm also planning a longer demonstration video showing the use of a usb power pack to run everything, multiple usb instruments/controllers interacting on the host port with a usb hub, and the din ports interacting with the usb devices. It all takes time to put together though, so hopefully there's some interest in the community for more!

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A new Constraint Solver in Python for the vehicle routing problem (VRP), TSP, employee rostering, school timetabling, ...: OptaPy (open source) optaplanner.org/blog/2021…
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What is LSR Loose Source Routing?

Hi guys, I’m trying to understand IPv6 extension headers, and I don’t understand the routing header. IPv6s routing header is similar to IPv4s LSR, but I don’t know what an LSR is. Can someone please clarify that Barney style because I don’t understand what I read online lol. Thank you in advance

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EFX bug when routing as external source.

I’m having issues routing my MPC one into SP for effects. The problem I’m getting is when I hit a Effect button on the SP with signal ext audio from MPC, I get a delayed response from the effect knobs or button itself on the SP404 MK2.

Anybody have similar issues?

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Source audio eq2 routing question

I don’t know if I’m doing this right.

What I want is an eq after my compressor and then another eq after my drives.

I thought I was following the diagram in the instructions but all I get is a high pitched ringing sound.

Can someone give me detailed instructions on what needs to get plugged and what settings I need in the neuro app?

Here’s what I want Tuner > compressor > EQ2 channel 1> drive section > EQ2 channel 2 > HX stomp

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What is a good source for reasonably priced carbon bars with internal cable routing?

Hi, hoping this is allowed, and it's certainly a precursor to future repair/assembly questions I'll have. I'm doing my first bike build and am looking for a lesser known brand (Not ENVE or Zipp) as a source for carbon bars with internal cable routing. Not looking for dirt cheap - but hoping to find a reputable middle ground a lot less than the $250-300 for big name brands. If this is not allowed - my apologies. I do enjoy this forum and its sharp focus on repairs.

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SimpleX chat - an open-source decentralized chat that uses privacy-preserving message routing protocol.

We have just released v0.4 of SimpleX chat!

SimpleX chat advantages:
- no global user identities - no phone numbers, emails, usernames, unique identifiers; nothing that could allow the network servers to aggregate the communications of users and have visibility of their contacts.
- decentralized client-server network topology and privacy-preserving message routing protocol
- it combines the advantages of federated and P2P topologies.- no dependence on DNS for the core network; DNS will be used in the future for optional public addresses, but the message routing will not depend on DNS-based user addresses (unlike email, XMPP or Matrix).

The terminal chat client is available in SimpleX chat repo - you can either build it from source or download the binary for Linux, Windows or Mac from the latest release.

The new version supports chat groups and sending files and greatly improved chat stability.

You can deploy your own server, e.g. with 1-click deployment on DigitalOcean marketplace, or you can use our SimpleX messaging servers (they are pre-configured in the terminal client).

We'd really appreciate your comments, criticism and support - a star on the GitHub repo or any contribution to the project will help a lot.

Our goal is to create a new kind of chat network that lets you control your chat.

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I've been working on an open-source library for managing complex workflows in Swift called SwiftCurrent. It comes with built-in support for UIKit and SwiftUI app-routing, and I think it's worth a look! v.redd.it/lhg7wuuysoo71
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Get lit, Apes 🦍 fire πŸ”₯. https://www.reddit.com/r/slgg/comments/q6d65l/broker_order_routing_and_directing_orders_a_lit/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf reddit.com/gallery/q73d1e
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NAT Routing (Linux router) - how to preserve source IP when NAT to web-server?

I'm hoping someone can come up with a suggestion, I've got a Linux server (rented/hosted) running CentOS 7 with a public IP. I'd like to forward some traffic to another server that has a private address behind it, but keep the original remote IP for logs.

client -> Internet -> (global IP) public server (10.10.10.1) -> (10.10.10.2) secondary private server

I've tried to do this with firewall-cmd on my public facing centos7 server but the only way I've found to make it work results in the second server only seeing the private LAN address of the public server, not the client.

firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-forward-port=port=8080:proto=tcp:toport=8080:toaddr=10.10.10.2
firewall-cmd --zone=public --add-masquerade

While this works, if I access a page on my secondary private server from a client (e.g. from my cellphone) it says the client's public IP address was 10.10.10.1 (public server's internal address)

I'd like this to behave more like port forwarding on a "normal" router where the second server would see the client's public IP so if I'm under attack the logs would reflect the actual address, and something like fail2ban can properly block it (vs blocking the NAT server, and thus ALL clients).

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https://www.reddit.com/r/CLOV/comments/opsbbv/full_breakdown_of_direct_routing_of_shares_and/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf

Just a reminder to make sure your buys are sent directly to Nasdaq/NYSE.

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Apply source routing only if default gateway would be selected.

On my Mikrotik router I have many interfaces but the most important ones are:

  1. 192.168.200.1/24. A local LAN
  2. 203.0.113.170/69. This is my main ISP link, via default route 201.0.113.160. This interface performs NAT
  3. 198.51.100.255/31 . A point-to-point link with public IP which is established via IP-IP tunnel over the main ISP link
  4. 198.51.100.193/27 . This network is part of a /24 prefix I own which is routed over the 198.51.100.255/31 link.

I have the following troubles:

  • When an arbitrary source sends a packet to 198.51.100.255 or 198.51.100.193/27 (via the tunnel), the response packet will be sent over the ISP Link because it is the default gateway. This packet will be filtered out by the ISP (actually, it never reaches the ISP, due to NAT)

  • If I create a source route such that all packets with source address 198.51.100.255/31 and 198.51.100.193/27 are routed through the tunnel, it gets complicated. I would like to use OSPF to handle routing in my networks

  • Aside from this, I have trouble if a station from the LAN, 192.168.200.1/24, wants to reach a station in 198.51.100.193/27. Then its response will be sent through the tunnel, instead of back to the LAN.

The whole trouble comes in because of the default gateway. I think the simplest way to avoid this would be when I could define a simple rule like:

"If a packet is to be routed via the default gateway, only do this if the source address is not 198.51.100.0/24 (the prefix I own). If it is, always send it through the tunnel p2p link".

Is this possible?

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pNetwork V2 is coming - An open-source protocol for cross-chain routing between blockchain ecosystems and scalability networks empowering cross-chain applications.

In a world of competing blockchains and scaling networks, it is key for developers to be able to take advantage of whichever ecosystem they choose. In this way, blockchain can fulfill its potential as an open system that benefits all participants equally by offering unique opportunities in different applications - including DeFi (the financial sector), NFTs, or gaming itself!

The pNetwork v1 was launched in March 2020 to enable the cross-chain movement of Bitcoin on Ethereum. From there, it has evolved into a DAO-governed network with nodes that power tokenized assets such as wrapped Bitcoins across many different ecosystems

The first version of the project allowed people to move tokens between chains without any third party interference; however, this proved problematic when managing large volumes or high transaction fees because instead, their needs are no trusted intermediary like an exchange platform which would otherwise act as the middleman for trades before they happen (Coinbase).

That's where we got smart about how these networks should really operate - decentralization! So now not only does everyone contribute toward pooling resources but all actions take place through consensus algorithms reducing trust.

pNetwork v2 is an open-source protocol for cross-chain routing between blockchain ecosystems and scalability networks that enables users to send, receive assets or messages across multiple chains with ease. This significantly increases the applicability of previous versions by allowing smart contracts on any platform in existence access to these new possibilities

The ability pNetwork has to communicate seamlessly among blockchains not only provides individuals but also entire organizations greater opportunities when it comes time to develop their businesses into something more than just local monopolies - think global phenomenon!

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GraphHopper Routing Engine - Open Source Route Planning

Just discovered this place and would like to introduce you to our open source routing engine:

https://github.com/graphhopper/graphhopper#readme

GraphHopper offers you the path finding functionality ("A to B routing") that you probably know from Google Maps and uses data from the incredible OpenStreetMap project (see also /r/openstreetmap).

To fully self-host a route planner (e.g. a "Google Maps" equivalent) you need GraphHopper for the routing and two other parts: you also need some visualization aka "maps" (e.g. with OpenMapTiles) and you need the address search (e.g. with Photon).

We have a hosted version of this and you can try it: GraphHopper Maps. It is also privacy friendly without any trackers.

This web app is not (yet) as polished as Google Maps app but there are many projects that use the routing functionality of GraphHopper and offer "complete" apps like outdoor apps (komoot, trailrouter, ride with GPS, Locus Map, plotaroute, Kurviger) or other services (delivery hero, deutsche bahn, GLS, ...)

And GraphHopper can be used for more things beyond routing like for reachability analysis:

Reachability analysis across an entire country

Make sure you follow our twitter or blog posts. For example we recently released version 3.0.

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I've been working on an open-source library for managing complex workflows in Swift called SwiftCurrent. It comes with built-in support for UIKit and SwiftUI app-routing, and I think it's worth a look! v.redd.it/ku8zlwgoyjn71
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Datacenter Core and Edge iBGP update-source loopback IP routing? Static or OSPF?

Looking for insight or personal experiences on which method is best for advertising loopbacks for iBGP. Static routes or OSPF.

Edge is two ASRs and core is two Nexus 7Ks. Any caveats for either. OSPF adds a level of complexity that could prolong troubleshooting. No plans to use OSPF other than possibly for this situation so it would be a rather simple implementation. Any advice appreciated.

Edit: Went with OSPF. Configured and working, with iBGP on top working too. Was pretty simple.

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MacOS, external DAC, and Atmos. Got it to work with Rogue Amoeba SoundSource by setting system sound to my AirPods and routing Music.app to my Schiit Modius USB DAC.
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Help routing Spotify as a separate audio source

Alrighty, so!

I'm a new streamer, plan on doing art streams; no mic, no cam, just drawing. I want to be able to play Spotify music for the viewers. However, I also want to be watching youtube videos on my second monitor.

I have desktop audio set to monitor only, so the audience doesn't hear the videos I watch on youtube. I don't understand how to add Spotify as a new source so they can still here that and it isn't affected by the desktop audio being set to monitor only.

Is there any way to fix this? Again, I'm a very new streamer and this could just be a dumb want that isn't possible to do with SLOBS. Thanks for the help in advance!

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IP routing: "tunnel" traffic from source IP address to the Internet

I have an RPI running wireguard (WG). My son has WG address 10.x.x.6 and his traffic is received at 10.x.x.1, a WG server on the RPI. The RPI has 192.x.x.64 and the internet router has 192.x.x.253.

He uses a windows laptop so the WG keys/configuration are stored in the clear AFAIK. He doesn't need to be on my home network. He just uses WG as a VPN, occasionally. I am concerned one day somebody will copy the WG configuration ...

How do I make sure any traffic coming from 10.x.x.6 at the RPI/WG server is denied access to the 192.x.x.y domain or routed out of the intranet (by default)? (please correct any of my terminology above, if needed ...)

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I've been working on an open source library for managing complex workflows in Swift called SwiftCurrent. It comes with built-in support for UIKit and SwiftUI app-routing, and I think it's worth a look!

https://github.com/wwt/SwiftCurrent

We've been working on this project, and we find it extremely helpful in complex app routing. It takes a declarative approach to your workflows and avoids as much boilerplate as possible.

Check it out and let me know what you think, and if you like it, give us a star!

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What open-source application are there that work on both windows and linux and are for audio routing? or is similar to voicemeeter.

On windows 10 my current setups uses: VoiceMeeter Banana/Potato and VB-Cables. Basically I want to be able to have full control of all audio. This is my current setup using the non open source software voicemeeter and the cables: https://imgur.com/a/yH8csAX I need to be able to route audio with it a example is a soundboard going to software to edit volume then going to microphone.

Thanks in advance.

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[Question] For Payment for order flow/Liquidity sources/Order routing for each individual Stock brokerage, how do I identify source-citeable info to factually indicate this?

I just asked this on a Discord server (that probably nobody there will be wrinkled 🧠 enough to help), so I'm asking here too:

Can a wrinkled 🧠 please help me figure this out: How to indicate source-cited yes or no for 3 table cells for a stock brokerage (in this question "Ally Invest" is used as example while I try to learn, but I have this same question also for every stock brokerage) for each column of

1: Internalizer / HFT ?

2: ATS/MTF / Dark pool ?

3: Lit pool / NMS ?


3: Obviously this is a yes, I think, but the other 2 I'm not sure, but I just read through

https://www.ally.com/invest/disclosures/order-routing-and-payment-for-order-flow.html

and

https://www.ally.com/resources/pdf/invest/order-routing/1st-quarter-2021-606-report.pdf

and in the "Material Aspects:" section of the PDF it lists:

CITADEL SECURITIES LLC:
Ally Invest Securities LLC received payment for certain equity orders routed to and executed by Citadel. Payment was based on order type, size and time of day.
G1 Execution Services, LLC:
Ally Invest Securities LLC received payment for certain equity orders routed to and executed by G1 Execution Services. Payment was based on order type and size.
Virtu Americas, LLC:
Ally Invest Securities LLC received payment for certain equity orders routed to and executed by Virtu. Payment was based on order type, size and time of day.
Apex Clearing Corporation:
Ally Invest Securities LLC received payment and was charged fees for certain equity orders routed to its clearing frm, Apex Clearing Corp., pursuant to an agreement between the parties.

I don't know how to interpret this or cross-reference it to determine whether this is a yes or no for 1 and/or 2 in the table at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_online_trading_platforms#United_States

Note: Only the USA table has these columns for now because I'm still trying to wrap my head around understanding this type of information before I implement it into the tables for the other regions too.

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Every american is getting a direct deposit of $1,200 in 4 to 5 days. Get your routing numbers ready. Good news source. youtu.be/jNuexTFsEkY
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Routing live audio-only source into Resolume

Using Resolume for tour content and the capabilities are incredible when it comes to video/routing, but equally lacking in audio. I have a show programmed into Resolume, and at some point I want to blend in music coming from an external music source. Currently my plan was to use Spotify running into an external interface, or captured via Loopback. Either way - I'd like to use a column trigger to fade in or out the live source. Is this doable? I see the ability to select an audio input but I can't select it as a source.

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Ockam Workers - an Actor Model implementation in Rust – how it is used in Ockam for application layer routing and end-to-end encrypted secure channels. | Ockam Open Source Community Call youtube.com/watch?v=d4Mk0…
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Need help with multi-instrument routing (Atlas) - routed drum still audible on source track

Hi,

I have Algonaut Atlas on a track in Reaper and want to seperate the kick drum for sidechaining and further processing. I watched a bunch of tutorials and also found a post on here. I am successful in routing the sound of the kick to a new channel - but I cannot mute the kick on the original Atlas track.

Here's what I do:

  1. Click on the kick pad in Atlas and assign channel 2 to it in Atlas.
  2. Go to the pin connector menu, click on the little symbol in the lower left, then have Channel 2 L -> 3, Channel 2 R -> 4 (basically what it defaults to)
  3. Create a new track, click on the I/O button.
  4. Add new receive from the track Atlas is on. Audio: 3/4 -> 1/2

Now I can hear the kick on the new track. But I still hear it on Atlas' original track.The post I found suggested unticking the master send, but that does nothing. Unticking it on Atlas' source track mutes the entire drum kit with the exception of the kick drum that I hear from the new track. Unticking it on the new track removes the kick entirely, from both Atlas' source track and the new track.

This is confusing, what am I doing wrong?

Edit: Added some screenshots:https://imgur.com/a/7edkKXM

I selected "no" when I was asked whether I want to create a bunch of tracks when I loaded the instrument at first. Is there a way to retroactively have Reaper do this? I didn't want so many tracks though, I would only like to seperate one element manually.

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I am restoring a Klein Pinnacle. I need to find a source for replacement internal cable routing ports. The sources I’ve located are for specific models of newer bikes. Any ideas are appreciated Thanks
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iptables - How to define nat rules for routing back replies for dynamically changing source ports?

Been struggling with this for a while now, let me explain.

I have a local machine (ip 1.2.3.4) with a wireguard interface at 10.1.1.1 and another machine on the LAN (ip 1.2.3.5) with a wg interface at 10.1.1.2. I want to route my DNS traffic only through the wireguard tunnel to the other machine which runs a DNS server listening on port 53.

The Wireguard tunnel is working fine, but I'm having troubles getting the replies for my DNS queries to come back to my local machine. Using tcpdump I can see my queries going out through the tunnel to the DNS server and out to the net, but the replies don't seem to go anywhere. If I knew how, I could define a rule using iptables to route the replies back to the local machine, but since the source port which the application (say nslookup) sending the query is listening on is arbitrary and always changing I don't know how to do it.

I have resolv.conf on my local machine pointing to 10.1.1.2 and I have a rule on the machine running the DNS server that forwards incoming packets from port 53 on 10.1.1.2 to 1.2.3.5 port 53: iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p udp --sport 53 -d 10.1.1.2/32 -i wg0 -j DNAT --to-destination 1.2.3.5:53

What do I do to route the replies? I'm very much stuck on this...

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It's been over 2.5 years since the Lightning Network whitepaper said "paths can be routed using a BGPlike system". The spec still only has source routing. When will the spec match the whitepaper?
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Source based routing with Wireguard

Hello everyone,

I am trying to do some source based routing with Wireguard.

I have a node acting as a gateway for the LAN behind it that is connected to a wireguard server. I would like to forward all the traffic of the LAN (10.0.0.0/24) to the wireguard VPN transparently. I do not want the local gateway to have the remote wireguard server as default route but I want to redirect the local LAN to it.

So far, I have tried to create a new routing table with the wireguard server as default route. Strangely enough, if I check the traffic on the local gateway I do see the packets going from it to the remote server. At the same time, the packets are not received by the remote server. This is a behaviour that I cannot explain because it seems that the routing I have set it's actually working but... it isn't?

On the local gateway, I have set AllowedIPs = 10.3.0.0/24 where 10.3.0.0/24 is the remote wireguard LAN. ip_forward = 1 and I am SNATting the outgoing packets from the gateway. Finally, I have these are routing commands I have used:

ip rule add from 10.0.0.0/24 table vpn
ip route add default dev wg0 table vpn

This is the default routing table:

default via 10.0.0.254 dev wlan0 proto static 
10.0.0.0/24 dev wlan0 proto kernel scope link src 10.0.0.250 
10.3.0.0/24 dev wg0 scope link 

This is the vpn routing table:

default dev wg0 scope link 

These are the rules:

0:	from all lookup local 
32763:	from 10.0.0.0/24 lookup vpn 
32766:	from all lookup main 
32767:	from all lookup default 

Whenever I ping any IP (that is not the remote LAN) from any host in the local LAN, I get Destination Unreachable. Again, if I run tcpdump -i wg0 -n icmp on the local gateway, I do see the packets going to the remote server but I don't see them being received on the other side.

Any ideas? Thank you!

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iPhone/iPad app/source based routing for VoIP reliability

Does anybody know if it’s possible to route traffic from some specific apps on the iPhone via WireGuard? I want to route the traffic from my softphone app via WireGuard into the Internet. The reason is reliability of phone calls. When my iPhone switches between WiFi and cellular it changes the public IP and the rtp stream of the call doesn’t recognize the change with the result of losing audio. At the moment I know the public IP of my phone system so I’m only routing any traffic from any app to this IP via WireGuard. Thanks to WireGuard I’m contacting the phone system always with the same IP of my WireGuard server. It works as desired, changing network only causes a short interruption of maybe one second. The thing is if I move my phone system into the cloud I don’t know the IPs I have to route via WireGuard and they may change. That’s why I would like to change to source based routing. Any traffic from my softphone app to any destination should be routed via WireGuard.

Any Idea? Or if not possible does anybody know if this feature is planed?

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3 PCs - Duo Stream - Audio Routing - NDI Source

Hello!

My partner and I are a duo stream and we just repaired our streaming PC. We were originally sending my game capture and all of my audio via the NDI source (found on GitHub) over to his PC. Without capture cards, both of us will be sending both of our game audios and game captures via the NDI source (NDI installed on all 3 computers) - we do have a USB extender so we are able to plug in both of our mics and both of our webcams directly to the streaming PC - in theory, that would alleviate the audio drift.

All 3 PCs also have Voicemeter Banana installed. Is this something where we will need to route our audio via the VBAN? If so - could an explanation be provided or links to videos that can assist? I've searched everywhere and in terms of a 3 PC setup and audio routing, there is virtually nothing (that I have been able to find anyways). I've briefly looked at Voicemeter Potato - is this something that we should install to incorporate all of the incoming audio sources?

If more information is needed, I am fairly active on Reddit so I will be able to respond fairly quick. Thanks in advance!

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OpenWRT, "source routing," and this month's Windows vulnerabilities

In looking at this description today of some of the more serious problems resolved in today's patches:

https://msrc-blog.microsoft.com/2021/02/09/multiple-security-updates-affecting-tcp-ip

I noticed: "IPv4 Source Routing requestsΒ andΒ IPv6 fragmentsΒ can be blockedΒ on an edge device, such as aΒ loadΒ balancer or aΒ firewall."

Does anyone know about that relative to OpenWRT? Such as how best to do it and especially why you might or might not want to in general (this issue aside)?

I believe this is how it would be done for IPv6, at least:

uci set network.wan6.sourcerouting=0
uci commit network
ifup wan6
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I've been getting to work on this open source project for work: SwiftCurrent. It manages complex workflows wherever Swift can be built. It comes with built-in support for UIKit, Storyboards, and SwiftUI app-routing.

https://github.com/wwt/SwiftCurrent

We've been working on this project, and we find it extremely helpful in complex app routing. It takes a declarative approach to your workflows and avoids as much boilerplate as possible.

Check it out and let me know what you think, and if you like it, give us a star!

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