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It depends which category cable you have. CAT5E and higher will support PoE on all voltages. CAT5 will support lower voltages too. Anything lower is not recommended. Given that CAT5E is a standard for a long time now, chances are high that you currently have CAT5E cables. That said, PoE have 3 classes. Class1 has 4 Watt available. Class2 has 7 Watt ...


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1) You have predictable settings to each ISP 2) Don't need to use 2 labels to each ISP settings 3) Replace find /i ... errorlevel to findstr && || (operators) 4) Replace your labels to if...() else ()... @echo off && setlocal enabledelayedexpansion cls & echo/ & for %%i in (1,2 )do "%__APPDIR__%ping.exe" -n 1 dns.ser.ver.%%~...


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You are correct that symmetric bandwidth on a full duplex connection will give you the ability to have 1Gbps up and down. However, that doesn't mean you will get 1Gbps to all destinations. While it is highly probable that your cloud backup provider has a multi-gigabit connection to the Internet, that doesn't mean they will provide 1Gbps connections to their ...


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I found an easy solution thanks to Anonymous who commented above with a link to a CentOS bug report. Apparently this is a known issue in the 1062 kernel and the driver is somehow not being loaded in the right order. A quick fix to immediately activate the Ethernet port is to unload the r8169 driver and then reload it, but this doesn't survive a reboot: # ...


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