Are the Material Planes comprising the various campaign settings surrounded by a shared set of outer planes?

I’m working on an extra-planar supplement for DM’s Guild, and it got me wondering:

Is the 5e cosmological model that the material planes are comprised of all DnD settings, official and otherwise (Forgotten Realms, Eberron, and other published or future campaign worlds), surrounded by the outer planes which are common to all of them?

If this is the case, would that mean that the outer planes are comprised of souls from realms other than the players’ native world? Would a party who ventures there meet souls originally from Eberron, Athas, Greyhawk, etc.?

On the other hand, it’s possible I’m confusing my editions, and in 5e each campaign world has its own greater cosmology. In that case, are the outer planes unique to the Forgotten Realms, and does Eberron, for example, have its own set of outer planes?

Why does keycloak use HS256 algorithm to sign access token when client settings specify RS256?

I have the following setup with a keycloak authentication server and an application:

  1. user logs in on application client side, send un/pw to server
  2. application server sends un/pw to keycloak server for a token
  3. keycloak server sends a token back to application server
  4. application server outputs web page with sensitive data

I want to use RS256 to sign my tokens. When I try to get a token on the client side, they are corectly signed with RS256, but as soon as I try to get one on the server, HS256 is used. How can I set keycloak to use RS256 in both cases?

I use the /auth/realms/{REALM_NAME}/protocol/openid-connect/token endpoint and keycloak 10.0.1.

Keycloak configuration:

  • keys
    • realm keys are HS256, AES, and RS256 (listed in this order) all with a priority of 100 (EDIT: even if I set the RS256 key priority to a higher value, HS256 is used)
    • default signing algorithm for the realm is set to RS256
  • client
    • access token signature algorithm and ID token signature algorithm for the client are set to RS256
    • the client is public
    • Valid redirect URIs contain the domain where the application server is currently running (which is localhost but my computer has a domain name)
    • Web origins is set to "+" (which as far as I’m aware copies entries from valid red. uris)

Google seems to return no results related to my problem.

External IP address in router UPnP settings Whatsapp – UK Ministry of Defence IP Address?

I was fiddling with my router’s UPnP settings and found this

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Why is an external IP address showing here?

I also did a reverse IP search and to my surprise the IP 25.54.27.39 showed "UK Ministry of Defence". I am not in the UK military or on a military base.

Something fishy going on? I have already disabled Upnp.

What settings to use to export mysql table rows that I’ll be importing to another table with data using phpmyadmin

If I’m using phpmyadmin to manage mysql database, what settings should I use to export only two rows of data that I’ll be importing to another table with the same name that contains many other rows?

I used the quick option, but I’m getting an error that table already exists and nothing gets imported.

If I use the default custom option with the default settings, I get the same error message.

So, what’s the best settings to use to export settings that I’m going to import to another table?

URGENT! – Need Help Regarding Proxies Settings n LpM Boost!

Hey Guys! Whats up? 

I’m getting confused for Proxies Settings! 

Actually the main issue is LpM! i’m not greeting boost! i dont know what’s wrong with my settings etc. but i need your help to resolve it!

Please help me with the Proxies settings now! i have 20 Semi-Dedicated added to ser.

But how to use it for my projects i m so much confuse in that: here take a look and suggest me the best to optimize my LpM.

KINDLY HELP ME WITH THE SETTINGS TO BOOST MY LPM! 

Thanks!

Best Firewall Zone Settings for Security Gli-net Routers

I believe many will benefit from this as there is not clear answer online and I keep making my policies too strong and locking myself out from accessing the LAN admin panel.

What would be the absolute strongest security settings without locking myself out on the Firewall Zone settings.

The settings go as follows and the options are either accept, reject, or drop. Could someone explain each of the categories so I know what is happening in each and what it is used for? I want to specify that I want to block all inbound connections as I do not have a need for them (close all uneccessary ports and exterior ports that are for inbound connections/remote connections)

This is the panels format:

Zone. Input Output Forward

LAN. Option Option. Option

WAN. Option. Option Option

Guest Option. Option Option

OVPN. Option. Option. Option