Depending on your viewing distance from the TV, you could mount a speaker above the TV(angled down).
Or set your receiver/processor to use a Phantom center channel.
Or if you aren't using the fireplace(mine is just for looks), place a speaker in front of the hearth.
If you have less than 50 devices, Sophos has a free UTM solution. Otherwise, you're going to have to pay-to-play when it comes to content and application filtering. Checkpoint, Juniper, Sonicwall, Cisco Firepower, Meraki, Sophos, Fortigate, Palo Alto, Untangle firewalls all require...
MS contributes so that it can control what features are compatible with it's ecosystems. The endgame is probably to release an MS Linux fork which will be certified/supported with Windows and Office/Exchange.
If you're just configuring switches and the occasional router, then understanding the layers may not seem important. However, in troubleshooting beyond that or designing an architecture, the knowledge is important. That's the difference between an administrator versus engineer.
I have 2 Yamaha receivers that are 6 years apart(2010 and 2016). Their remotes are interchangeable.
If you are using a Harmony remote, Logitech most likely already has the Function codes in their database. I also have several Harmony remotes..
No. Most combo modem/routers will not be IP addressable in Bridge mode. The WAN[external] interface on your separate router will have the public IP address which was previously on the combo unit.
The LAN[internal] interface on your separate router will be 192.168.xxx.xxx or whatever private IP...
For Wireless AC, both endpoints must be 802.11ac capable devices. Your bridge is running in Wireless N mode.
That TP-Link router/access point is a decent unit. I would try using that as the router, instead of the Comcast unit. Assign static IP address to your bridge endpoint. Then use WDS...
Why are your TFTP commands pointing to mulitple TFTP server addresses?
I would skip using the router for the initial reflash. Attach the AP network port directly to your PC with a crossover ethernet cable. This way you only have 2 devices to deal with. Then initiate the AP to download the image...
I have a small Middle Atlantic IDF rack. It's frame is stronger than typical racks, because it was designed to hang from the ceiling or beam. Thicker gauge panels, welded seams, lockable solid doors, ventilation holes, lifetime warranty, small enough to fit in closet. I added some casters from...
Assuming you are not directly assigning a physical NIC to the VM: Team the NICs on the Hyper-V host, then, assign the new team virtual adapter to a virtual switch. You can also create a team within the guest VM, but it's easier at the host level so all the guests are covered by the team.
The healthcare providers and insurance companies use cloud hosting, terminal services or vdi to maintain compliance regardless of what front-end OS/box is used. No data resides on the client's front-end. As such, they don't care if the doctor's office uses Win10 or XP (it's still out there).
If your server is enabled with Jumbo, but your client is not, you will get I/O errors. The endpoints need to both have the same setting. Enabling Jumbo frames on your switch just means that it will accept them. It does not convert the frames from Jumbo to non-Jumbo or vice-versa.
If the Roku or...
Here are some of the menus you can find in there:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v358/handbook/Samsung UHD TV/00toplevel_zpsrqucrp4e.jpeg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v358/handbook/Samsung UHD TV/01option_zps2btnklmv.jpeg
Using a Samsung normal remote: television is in Standby mode (screen is Off), Mute, 1, 8, 2, Power
Using a universal remote: television is in On mode (screen is On), Info, Factory
*** I used a Logitech Harmony remote ***
I bought the 6290 version of this. I am messing around with the service menu options. Have you guys found any good setting tweaks in there? Trying to figure out the WhiteBalance/RBG tables and also unsuccessful to get pvr enabled.