- Any kind of halfway intelligent way to run scripts on the router
itself would be very cool. (I hear many Cisco routers run Tcl
internally...) E.g., to run dynamic DNS update scripts on the router
itself rather than on a Linux box on my LAN.
- Minor: If "mysite.com" is running on a server "linuxserver" on the
LAN behind my router, and I'm currently on the LAN too, hitting
http://mysite.com/ should still work, even though that means the
request has to go out through the router to the cablem modem, and then
back in through the router to linuxserver. Some routers seem to
support this (although it's slower, obviously), some don't. It's not
that hard to hit http://linuxserver:8001/ or whatever instead, but you
shouldn't HAVE to do that.
Any advice and recommendations would be greatly appreciated!