What's your comfort level on setting stuff up? An all in one box has limitations, but easier to setup. You could go the unifi route with edge router and AP if you're comfortable with getting it set up. Not that it's hard to do, just more so than a wireless router.
Might be time for a new router, I don't have a lot of experience with netgear stuff, sorry. My hunch is that it can do close to a gig throughput but not with NAT and firewall features on.
Try putting your pc in the DMZ on the router and turn off any kind of SPI and NAT features and see what...
I'm in this game for the original package, like $45? Whatever, the alpha as it stands now is playable to an extent, definitely not a complete game, not something to spend even an entire weekend on. If it never launches it won't be the most I've lost on a crap game. Looking at you Fallout 76
I'll stick to steam because that's what all of my games are on. I have no interest in another games library program so probably won't buy anything that requires one.
The only exception I made to that in the last five years was Fallout 76 and look what that got me.
Yea same here on handbrake usage. I typical load it up once or twice a year and run a huge batch, let it run overnight whatever it's not like I'm sitting there waiting on it.
The only reason I would want more cores is for VM host, but I don't do that at home anymore and AMD EPYC chips are...
Unless your wifi clients are capable of more than what that router can do, I'd be in a 'wait and see' mode.
No reason to go out and buy a new router if the old one works just fine. I'm assuming that you have some wired stuff that will benefit regardless of wifi speeds
Hardest part will be getting the usb console port driver working lol
Unless you already have a serial port ready to go
Depending on packet size, window size, etc, you could easily saturate your 50kbps upload with acks before you could reach 10mbps down. Single large download probably fine, but multiple users all doing different things?
I can't believe they'd sell a 10mbps/50kbps package, something has to be...
RF Noise/Pollution doesn't automatically = use shielded instead of UTP
Giant office buildings have way more EMI than a house and I've yet to see anything but UTP in those installs (other than long fiber runs)
I mean if OP already bought the shielded cable then have at it, just seems like a lot...
Shorten the lease time for a short term fix.
Move wifi LAN to it's own subnet. That will solve a couple issues. First, you'll free up dhcp space in your wired LAN. Second, you'll get all that broadcast traffic from the wired LAN off of your WLAN.
I don't know about fan boy, I use it at home. I have a similar setup as you, I don't use the gateway and I have the wall jack AP's with ports built in since I already had ethernet cabling to every room.
If they are IP phones then chances are good they use standard POE specs and not proprietary like the old unifi access points.
It's easy to check if you have the ip phone model, look at the specs, see if it lists POE as 802.3
I'd go sfp+ and fiber for the freenas box, you could go twinax like Meeho suggested, I just find issues with those compatibility wise when you try to buy the more affordable ones.
On the PC you're going to be stuck using copper sfp+ units unless you want to pull fiber.
The AP's stated maximum isn't necessarily single client maximum as others have stated, if your client can't use all the available streams. Also, if your client device can't do 80mhz channels on 5g then it won't get maximum throughput.
Using 80mhz bandwidth on 5ghz rf means there's only one...
CPU wait time is only an issue if it's an issue. Over provisioning VM's doesn't immediately lead to high cpu wait times or large co stop issues.
It can lead to them, it's not some hard set rule. In general it is best to assign the amount of vcpus necessary to a VM and not just give it an...
The only server we've ever had in any place that I worked where we wanted 100% utilization was a mainframe.
We're due for a datacenter refresh in q2 of next year and we're giving these a serious look. It's the first time we've considered AMD in the server space.
It does suck that MS changed...
The 1gb connected to your switch will still be the default route, access to the other 10gb machine is not automatic by name, but by IP yes. The two point to point connections will be in their own subnet
You can edit your hosts file to direct the name of the other PC to the IP on the dedicated...
I dunno, 2 2060's for $350 a piece vs a 2080ti for $1200, both driving dual displays of 2560x1440, the 2060s might come out on top. Only in the context of VR I imagine, assuming whatever solution is implemented could actually render each eye completely on one card and keep them in sync.