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Here are my notes on how to portion off a guest wireless network for… you know, guests… if you have a router powered by the excellent Tomato third-party firmware. (I run Tomato RAF on a Linksys E4200.) It’s not meant to be an exhaustive guide, because there are a few already on the Internet. Rather this is how I achieved my specific setup: Do not allow guests to make connections to the router, thus preventing them from accessing the web interface or making DNS requests.
What would Microsoft’s Halo video game series be like if it involved Microsoft itself? The Introduction Halo tells the story of 26th century humanity, which has organized itself under the auspices of the United Nations Space Command (Microsoft). Humans are fighting a losing war against the Covenant (Apple), a theocratic collection of alien races that worship a long-dead alien species called the Forerunners (pre-2000 Macs). Already, many colony worlds, including the military stronghold Reach (IBM), have fallen.