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comment Windows 10 Upgrade and Junctions
I highly doubt it. I used to have a junction like this in Windows 7 and Windows 8 flat out refused to upgrade. Just bombed out with unknown errors each time.
Jun
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answered Identify an unknown IP in our network
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May
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comment Can employer retrieve emails sent using work email after you delete them in outlook?
I agree with your first paragraph, but your second paragraph doesn't ring true. I rarely ever see organisations with proper backup retention in place, and even when it is, getting back individual mailboxes or mailbox items are usually way too much work to bother with. Of course, it's not worth the risk to assume that they don't.
Apr
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comment What other IP addresses can/should I use for my home network?
Keep in mind some of these networks are used more commonly than others. The 172.16. networks are used the least frequently that I've seen, and the size of the 10. network means that you can choose something in the middle reasonably safely without risk of conflict (I use 10.24.1.0/24 myself personally). The 192.168 network although the middle in size is the most commonly used and the chances of having a conflict using any /24 in there is pretty high (and from 192.168.1.0/24 through to 192.168.10.0/24 extremely high)
Apr
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comment SSD's or HDD's in a LANcache?
500MB/sec with just three 7200 RPM drives is going to be difficult. But really, what you need to do is just set them up and benchmark them. If you can get 500MB/sec - great. Do not more. If not, then you need to reconsider. Honestly if this is just a temporary cache for a LAN party I'd just go RAID0. If you lose a drive, just take it off the network.
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Feb
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comment Windows not using manually set IP Address
Does your IP address start with 169.254.x.x? If so then this is a link-local address and is not a DHCP address.
Feb
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comment Using ppp0 via VPN for everything but ftp
Note that active FTP does not stay on Port 21 for very long. I'm not familiar with iptables so I don't know if it is smart enough to know to "expand" the rule to cover the new ports after the port negotiations.
Jan
30
comment Disable LAN Ports on ASUS RT-N56U
On second thoughts looks like the RT-N56U does not support tomato because of its chipset. forums.smallnetbuilder.com/showthread.php?t=6810&page=3
Jan
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comment Disable LAN Ports on ASUS RT-N56U
I'd load Tomato onto it and then put the physical ports into unusued VLANs. That way if they do plug in to it, they're not going to have a useful connection.
Jan
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answered What is this part I found in an old PC? It looks like metallic alternating spikes
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Jan
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comment Why using hexadecimal in computer is better than using octal?
As an aside, the dotted-decimal IP address 192.168.0.1 is the unsigned int 3232235521 which how it's actually stored (which translates into the binary you've posted, but without the dots).
Jan
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comment KVM to/from PCs
Nope to his actual question: Any homebrew/inexpensive solution? (I like contraptions, also I'm broke).
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