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    I recently upgraded and moved all of my networking and server equipment into a half-rack:

    I am simultaneously jealous/in awe of this setup and relieved that I don’t have it. It looks really cool and well organized. But I always found myself spending a lot of time keeping things like a ddWRT config and dyndns working. It was never quite robust (so maybe I should’ve invested yet more time).

    IMO UVerse’s stock router/AP is better than many previous generations stock-ISP gear. Both in terms of performance and reliability.

    USRobotics Total Control NETServer 8-modem chassis for my BBS

    This part takes the cake, a USR modem bank for a BBS‽ Man, who knew this was still kicking? Is there modern BBS software, or are we still using stuff like PCB/WWIV?

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      spending a lot of time keeping things like a ddWRT config and dyndns working

      I’ve been using ddWRT for years on routers and have never had to do anything beyond the initial setup and the occasional update, do you mind if I ask what sort of things happened that required maintenance?