It’s always nice to have projects which take me out of the office for awhile. Sometimes those projects take me across the country, and other times it’s just across town. This morning it was the latter. I went down to Université Shalom de Bunia, the Christian university in town, to help Ted, Martin, and Patrick (USB IT staff) setup some firewall rules on their MikroTik router. They needed to be able to lock down access from their computer lab, and restrict access to only certain Websites. It was a good opportunity to share some of my knowledge, and help them improve their network.
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