This article explains why the BT Home Hub routers appears unable to access SSL/TLS (https) websites on your internal home network. It may interest users in the UK, where the Home Hub is a popular router/ADSL modem.
Hosting your own website(s) at home is pretty easy these days. You have a small server running Apache, and configure your router to forward port 80 to it. For SSL sites, you forward port 443. That’s about it. Continue reading →
This post may be of interest to UK users who own both a BT Home Hub 3 router and a WD TV Live media streamer. Both are Linux based systems, but getting one to work with the other can be a bit of a challenge.
The USB port on the back of the Home Hub 3 can be used to share storage over the network. Plug in a disk or memory stick, and it is automatically shared out as a windows share. Using a large capacity memory stick offers the possibility of NAS like, always-on access to your media files from any connected device. Low power consumption too. This post explains how access the USB connected drive from the WD TV Live. Continue reading →