Mgb patient gateway
2018.10.29 05:46 _Mr_Johnson_ OldSchoolShadowrun
For fans of the 3rd edition and earlier Shadowrun games and background, including those who want to use other systems (including modern Shadowrun systems) to model the ethos and gameplay of FASA era classic Shadowrun. Identifying elements of the Old School that Shadowrun players wanted to invest their more modern Shadowrun games with might be an interesting source of discussion as well.
2023.03.22 05:00 ashardry Copypasta linking to discord
So…I thought I could be patient and sleep and wait till tomorrow…but here I am. So…
Credits to u/Enelya1111
for quite a chuck of this; I thought I would repurpose it here.
Credits also to u/Bevdoggy
for giving me the ideas on what to add and actually giving me motivation to do this…I’ve been procrastinating lol. Perhaps you should join TheGatewayTapes…there’s been quite a bit of drama going around in gatewaytapes recently…
If you’re wondering, “what drama”, a not-so-complete summary is that:
I just want to help you out and guide you along the correct pathlines. I can’t post this openly in the subreddit due to obvious reasons by now, but I hope you will join. I genuinely just want to help people out.
- The other reddit page made a brand new discord server claiming 'that is the correct one', however if you visit that server you'll notice it's rather empty. If you are wondering why, know that server was made a few days ago by the admin of the other reddit page... they are NOT affiliated with the original discord server in any way. Long story short, the other reddit admin is looking to earn money on the reddit and (new) server. The reddit was originally linked to the first discord but things started to get weird between the reddit admin and discord admin so they split up. Because the discord was thriving, I guess that triggered the reddit admin to create his own community on discord, hoping that too will add to his stream of income. To make it more confusing he decided to use the exact same discord icon, so people think that's the correct one. Basically he's busy copying everything, from subs to sharing the tapes uploaded by the original server. The original discord WILL NEVER EVER ASK FOR YOUR MONEY. That being said, here's the -real- original discord and you are welcome to join! https://discord.gg/AwYmwiCD
- The mod over at gatewaytapes knows nothing about this stuff. You can take a look at his profile, all he does is do substances and has nothing related to this…yeah.
- He’s playing power games and banned quite a few people willy-nilly just for opposing his tyranny, first starting with the mod (u/dasuberchin) who did nothing. If you want proof, ask anyone in the server, or better yet, look in #general pins. He’s trying to steal the power for his own profits…we have investigations launched by u/ashardry aka u/superwizard711 aka Wishie#9455 on discord. If you want, report him as well. Bug the Reddit team a bit.
- Anything he doesn’t understand just gets locked and/or deleted and put under the mark of “pseudoscience”…not great for a community whose focus is, to most of the world, pseudoscience. He probably thinks he’s smarter than everyone else, when most of the people who do know their shit are the ones who are trying to help and oppose the tyranny…not a good combo.
Pass the word. There’s a post in TheGatewayTapes for you to copy. Please join us in welcoming people home to the right place, away from the tyranny of a mod who is way underqualified for the job.
And…if you don’t want to bother reading all of that:
TL;DR: The mod over at gatewaytapes has no interest in and knows nothing about the gateway experience, who immediately tried to scam people for money and steal the discord community. He’s playing power games and has no one else’s interests at heart. He also thinks he's smarter than everyone else so anything he doesn't understand gets locked or deleted for ‘pseudoscience'. I strongly suggest to you joining TheGatewayTapes and the discord (https://discord.gg/AwYmwiCD) so that you can get something out of your time and journey. You should pass the word.
Any other suggestions? I’ll keep on editing this until we’re good.
Much love and good vibes 💞
Tire (u/dasuberchin), could we pin this? Thanks ❤️
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2023.03.20 15:35 Levinshizer Managed edge computing- who, why and how
As we approach 2030, MSPs will need to embrace new technologies and services to meet evolving customer demands. One of the new verticals that MSPs should consider to increase service variety include edge computing.
As edge computing becomes more prevalent, MSPs can offer managed edge services to help customers process data closer to the source and improve latency.
Edge computing has the potential to revolutionize many industries, particularly those that rely on real-time data processing and analysis. Some of the industries that are more likely to benefit from edge computing today include:
- Healthcare: Edge computing can help healthcare providers to monitor patient vitals, analyze medical images, and quickly diagnose illnesses.
- Retail: Edge computing can help retailers to analyze customer behavior and preferences, manage inventory in real-time, and improve the overall customer experience.
- Manufacturing: Edge computing can help manufacturers to optimize production processes, improve quality control, and reduce downtime by enabling real-time monitoring and analysis of machinery.
- Smart cities: Edge computing can help cities to manage traffic flow, monitor air quality, and improve public safety by enabling real-time data analysis and decision-making.
- Energy and utilities: Edge computing can help energy and utility companies to optimize the use of renewable energy sources, monitor energy usage in real-time, and reduce downtime in the event of outages or other disruptions.
MSPs play a critical role in helping organizations implement and manage edge computing solutions for several reasons:
- Expertise: MSPs have the technical expertise and experience needed to design, implement, and manage edge computing solutions. They can help organizations select the right hardware and software, optimize their edge computing infrastructure, and ensure that it is integrated with their existing systems.
- Scalability: MSPs can help organizations scale their edge computing infrastructure as needed. This can be particularly important for organizations that need to process large volumes of data in real-time or operate in distributed environments.
- Security: Edge computing can introduce new security risks, such as data breaches and cyberattacks. MSPs can help organizations mitigate these risks by implementing appropriate security measures, such as encryption and access controls.
- Cost-effectiveness: MSPs can help organizations achieve cost savings by optimizing their edge computing infrastructure and identifying areas for improvement. MSPs can also provide ongoing management and maintenance services, reducing the need for in-house staff and resources.
- Focus on Core Business: By outsourcing their edge computing management to an MSP, organizations can free up internal resources to focus on their core business activities. This can help organizations improve their efficiency, productivity, and competitiveness.
MSPs can generate revenue from selling edge computing services in several ways:
- Consulting Services: MSPs can offer consulting services to help customers design and implement edge computing solutions that meet their specific needs. This can include assessing the customer's existing infrastructure, identifying areas for improvement, and recommending solutions that leverage edge computing technologies.
- Hardware Sales: MSPs can sell edge computing hardware, such as edge gateways, to customers who want to deploy edge computing solutions. MSPs can also provide installation and configuration services to help customers set up and integrate these devices into their existing infrastructure.
- Edge Analytics: MSPs can offer analytics services that leverage edge computing to provide real-time insights into customer data. This can help customers make more informed business decisions and improve their operations.
- Managed Services: MSPs can provide ongoing managed services for edge computing solutions, including monitoring, maintenance, and support. This can provide customers with peace of mind knowing that their edge computing infrastructure is being managed by experts.
- Value-Added Services: MSPs can offer value-added services that leverage edge computing, such as predictive maintenance or asset tracking. These services can help customers optimize their operations and improve their bottom line.
Overall, MSPs can provide organizations with the expertise, scalability, security, cost savings, and focus needed to implement and manage edge computing solutions effectively. By offering edge computing services, MSPs can generate revenue from selling solutions and help customers realize the benefits of this emerging technology that will take significant part in our 2030 world.
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2023.03.19 19:37 jmct16 The role of the microbiota-gut-brain axis in post-acute COVID syndrome
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the infection of hundreds of millions of individuals over the past three years, coupled with millions of deaths. Along with these more acute impacts of infection, a large subset of patients developed symptoms that collectively comprise "post-acute sequelae of COVID-19" (PASC, also known as long COVID), which can persist for months and maybe even years. In this review, we outline current knowledge on the role of impaired microbiota-gut-brain (MGB) axis signaling in the development of PASC and the potential mechanisms involved, which may lead to better understanding of disease progression and treatment options in the future.
While the GI manifestations of acute COVID infection are now well recognized, the extent to which these effects contribute to the subsequent occurrence of PASC remains unproven. COVID-19 directly infects and replicates within intestinal epithelial cells, given that they express high levels of the ACE2 receptor as well as the transmembrane protease serine subtype 2 (TMPRSS2), a cellular protease important for viral entry.Intestinal epithelial cell infection leads to local inflammatory responses and subsequent impacts on the gut microbiome, which may all contribute to GI symptoms.Studies using human gastric and intestinal organoids were crucial early in the pandemic to study viral entry as well as novel anti-viral therapy against COVID19-induced disease.
Large inter-individual variability in susceptibility to infection was highly correlated to ACE2 expression levels. The ability of the COVID19 virus to infect IEC may represent a crucial component that dictates the potential for the development of MGB axis deficits in PASC patients. A recent meta-analysis found that GI manifestations of PASC, which include loss of taste, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea or constipation, are not related to the initial severity of acute disease following COVID infection. In addition, a significant number of patients develop dyspepsia and irritable bowel syndrome following acute COVID infection. Indirect markers of gut barrier dysfunction, including serum peptidoglycan (PGN) and lipopolysaccharide (LPS) levels and fatty acid binding protein 2 (FABP2), were elevated in hospitalized patients with acute COVID infection compared to healthy individuals, and barrier dysfunction plausibly could account for these findings.
Increased serum levels of bacterial products may be an indicator of sepsis, and a subsequent “cytokine storm”, which represent a leading cause of COVID-related deaths in hospitalized patients.Fecal RNA shedding of COVID was also prolonged in patients with ongoing GI symptoms, including abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting.This prolonged fecal viral shedding suggests the presence of ongoing gut infection, after clearance of lung infection, and likely ongoing inflammation that could contribute to the presence of persistent PASC symptoms. In line with this, GI PASC symptoms seem uniquely to correlate with the presence of newly expanded cytotoxic CD8+ and CD4+ T cell populations, specific to SARS-CoV-2 and emerging in the months post-initial symptom onset.
Overall, the admittedly limited data available thus far suggest that persistent active GI infection with COVID may be contributing to GI symptoms and gut dysbiosis. The corollary of this is that restoring the gut microbiome or its function(s) following infection, such as by administration of beneficial probiotics or replacement of short chain fatty acids normally supplied by bacteria, could resolve GI pathology, inflammation, and persistent symptoms.
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2023.03.19 18:49 xCutePoison Wireguard connection is up on both sides, yet no ping or ssh possible
Hey guys, I am pretty new to Wireguard and VPNs in general so please be patient with me lol.
I am trying to establish a VPN connection between a server (in the cloud with a public IPv4 address) and a client (virtual machine on my Windows PC/Docker container on my homeserver - both setups don't work, in both cases they are set up to appear as standalone device on my homenetwork). I don't have a public IPv4 address and I want to make some services from my homerouter publicly accessible through the VPN gateway in the cloud.
I enabled ipv4 portforwarding on both the host and the client and gave them these config files:
[Interface] Address = 10.0.0.1/24
SaveConfig = true PostUp = iptables -A FORWARD -i wg0 -j ACCEPT; iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o ens192 -j MASQUERADE PostDown = iptables -D FORWARD -i wg0 -j ACCEPT; iptables -t nat -D POSTROUTING -o ens192 -j MASQUERADE ListenPort = 51820 PrivateKey = keygoeshere MTU = 1390
[Peer] PublicKey = keygoeshere AllowedIPs = 10.0.0.0/24
PersistentKeepalive = 25
[Interface] Address = 10.0.0.2/24
SaveConfig = true PostUp = iptables -A FORWARD -i wg0 -j ACCEPT; iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o enp0s3 -j MASQUERADE PostDown = iptables -D FORWARD -i wg0 -j ACCEPT; iptables -t nat -D POSTROUTING -o enp0s3 -j MASQUERADE PrivateKey = keygoeshere
[Peer] PublicKey = keygoeshere AllowedIPs = 10.0.0.0/24
Endpoint = 220.127.116.11:51820
PersistentKeepalive = 25
What has been done so far:
- ping: nothing was reachable (Host -> Client, Client -> Host, Host -> device in homenetwork).
- Traceroute: showed nothing but blank entries.
- wg show: Client side says the the connection is up, it sent a few kilobytes but didn't get any incoming traffic after a few minutes of uptime and a couple pings and traceroutes.
- Doublechecked the keys and the IPs, all good.
- Doublechecked the interface names, all good.
- Tried pinging the public IP of the server -> not reachable - does this mean anything? Maybe the server hoster blocks something on their firewall?
Thank you for your help in advance, it is much appreciated. Have a nice day :).
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