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You can contact me by email for consultancy and similar requests, on stack@twinhelix.org if you so desire.

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May
30
comment I can't get a second router to extend my network over powerline adapters
Since you've said "loft" I'm going to assume you're british. Are these two Powerline devices on different ring-mains? Which would mean there's circuit breakers between them? .. I've seen circuit breakers interfering with Powerline hardware, as they work by having some inductors on the line, which can cause untold mischief with the frequency that Powerline adaptors operate at.
Feb
12
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Nov
17
answered Planning home network
Nov
17
comment Planning home network
What kind of budget do you have?
Nov
17
comment Planning home network
I'd ditch the ATA route, as if you're looking for a router with "VoIP built in" then you're limiting your choices. Just grab a Linksys SPA 948 off ebay, and move to real voip.
Nov
17
comment Planning home network
Do you mean RJ45 for the VoIP phone?
Sep
3
comment Wi-fi signal with keeping the internet cable
I install wireless systems for a living. I don't want to go anywhere near this question until it gets revised a bit.
Aug
7
answered What USB NAS adapter allows one to mount its attached hard drive and access it locally and remotely via the internet?
Aug
7
comment What USB NAS adapter allows one to mount its attached hard drive and access it locally and remotely via the internet?
I'd quite like to find one of these too. Business case: We have a tape drive that only seems to be happy saving logfiles to a USB stick. I'd like a thing that could pretend to be a USB mass storage device, but also present a filesystem over IP.
Jul
24
comment How can I capture packets going from my router to a specific server?
You might be able to fill the mac address table on the D-link router so that it becomes a hub, and mindlessly broadcasts all the crap out onto every port.
Jul
22
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Jul
22
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Jul
10
comment Disk is apparently in use by the system
Also add the output of lsof|grep "/mnt/b"
Jul
8
answered How to find the static ip address of my router?
May
7
comment Linux RHEL-W 6.1 laptop slows suddenly with fan running hard
Well, make sure it's plugged in, and earthed when you hoover?
May
7
comment Linux RHEL-W 6.1 laptop slows suddenly with fan running hard
I dunno. Every laptop I've ever had that overheated was effectively cured with a hoover and a can of air.
May
7
comment Linux RHEL-W 6.1 laptop slows suddenly with fan running hard
Perhaps you need to hoover the fluff out of the cpu fan/cooler.
May
7
comment Linux RHEL-W 6.1 laptop slows suddenly with fan running hard
What does dstat say?
May
4
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Apr
11
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