3yr warranty. Unless you can verify the date of manufacture before you purchase it, it can still be a gamble on how much time you have left on that warranty.
Same as above.
I mean, to each his own and all, but I don't see how you can justify still spending $500+ on a card that comes with no...
A used card also comes with no warranty. Unless you know/trust the source, purchasing used tech can be a gamble.
For a better apples-to-apples comparison, look at the prices of new cards. Now we are on a fair playing field. It doesn't make sense to purchase a 1080TI when a 2080TI costs...
Using them with a hypervisor? I'm surprised you didn't opt for an Intel X520-DA2 and just be done with it. I mean, sure Mellanox cards can work very well, but not without a lot of work and not right out of the box.
Wow, no one suggested GPO or registry changes? That would have fixed it right up after a reboot.
For future reference:
Computer > Admin Templ > Network > Link-Layer Top Disc
- Enable LLTDIO (Enable in Domain and Public if your current network connection is ID'd as such)
Exactly my thinking. There is a reason the two computers are not on the same network. The solution cannot be "connect the two computers to another network in which they see each other." This is a blatant violation of policy.
Either deal with the USB drive or run the issue up the chain. It...
AT&T symmetric Gig FTTH
Supermicro SYS-5018A-FTN4 running pfsense & pfblocker & SNORT
AeroHive AP250 for WiFi
Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch 24 port POE
Testing a Dell N3048P currently (it is crazy loud)
Cylance at the moment for antimalware. I might be switching over to BD Ultra and giving that a spin.
Not trolling at all. I just have an understanding of economics and can smell when someone is really just trying to milk a product when it really doesn't deserve it.
In August (before the 20180ti release, they dropped in price dramatically, and YES they knew what the pricing would be...ish)...
So, in just looking at the historic pricing on an EVGA 1080Ti, can anyone explain why such the huge swings in price? I mean, come on $629 to over $800 back and forth?!
I obviously missed my window or I would have definitely purchased a 1080ti at $630 a few months ago. I just find it very...
I disagree. Turing is a game changer. The only way to advance that R&D is to toss it (Tensor cores) on a product and sell a few hundred thousand. Then, the next series cards will have a very significant hike in performance across the board. Someone has to pay for that tech advancement...
That color code is TIA-568B.
If the other end if a jack, they will have pinouts for 568A and 568B. I'm betting something got screwy in horizontal cabling.
EDIT: Wait, so what happens when you connect a PC to the gigabit switch?
What? DNSBL with good lists is WAY more effective than browser-based ad blocking. Bonus feature -- you don't have to do a darn thing on ANY endpoint devices. I would not recommend a MicroTik anything to my worse enemy...well OK yeah to my enemy, but not my friends.
I think you answered your...
What BlueLineSwinger said. Just get the AC-Pro. More than enough coverage for your apartment.
Now, you WILL have to configure both appliances. In order to get the best performance and use out of the available features, you are going to have to spend some time learning a little bit. It is...
or don't routinely update your OS?
or your favorite website uses weak SSL settings and you get MITM'd?
or you click on that link or attachment in that phishing email?
or you don't harden your OS at ALL and uses terrible password policies?
or someone else who either uses your computer or uses any...
A bad user is always a vulnerability, YES, but there are antimalware software suites available that are capable of preventing the execution of malware (even zero-days) even if a bad user is deliberately trying to execute the file. People just refuse to pay for it and assume the free stuff is...
Actually, IdiotInCharge's reading comprehension skills must be better than your own.
You apparently have never done any security work. Literally everything has vulnerabilities. That is why we harden them.
Look! I can do that too...
There is way more to SSL than just "Put one on it."
Any person or company that doesn't bother with SSL certs isn't worth my time or effort. SSL certs are for so much more than just websites you perform monetary transactions on or enter sensitive data.
For testing our browser and servers...
For starters, there is https://xcp-ng.org/
That is just a sort of source-build for XenServer.
You can download and run XenDesktop full-tilt for 90 days. After that, you either license it, or it neuters itself to the free tier (if it still exists).