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I set up a wireless bridge with Loco M5s (IIRC) on a UPS at least 4 years ago. The users don't contact me about updates very often, so I've seen...
Will the clients be able to reply?
Always worth a try. Your WAPs should overpower outside interference until your clients get pretty far away....
1. Both. Use a syncing tool (preferably with versioning) to mirror your folders to another device with a normal filesystem. (You don't want to...
Isn't the Pro warranty 10 years?
Set up a VPN server such as Wireguard or OpenVPN, then connect thru it.
More details, please. I'm not analyzing traffic, but mine seems happy enough.
On Fios Gb, I've found Steam to vary a bit. It's always over 300Mbps, but good days give 700+. The WAN is big & has a lot of variables...
The problem with this sort of thing is that shortcuts usually end up taking longer down the road.
Remember that this is not all-in-one hardware. Want better wifi? Keep the router & add or replace a WAP.
Thinking longer term, I'd look at the...
If that's their reply, ping your router's IP instead.
Sounds like Gmail has a cookie in Safari & is not using the obsolete password.
Audioholics & Soundstage both reviewed the XL7F a while ago. IIRC, Audioholics got okay measurements, recognizing that a pair of 4-driver towers...
This, this, this! I really like UBNT, but you'd be crazy to try their software immediately after release.
"Stable" EdgeOS v2+ was bricking the...
Actually, this thread is exactly Murphy's Law, just not in the terms you currently understand it.
Most people seem to believe that ML is a cute...
Yet you don't want to pay for redundancy.
Yet you don't like the nearly unanimous advice that experienced users offer, because it increases the...
The 5" UniQ seems to measure better than the bigger versions. Stereophile's measurements of the R700 & Q900 show this, though there's also the R...
postcd, how much duplication do you have in your current 7TB? If you don't actually know, run a scan overnight to help make an informed decision.
This appears to be a serious comment, but I can't find anything to support it.
If you want high-quality stereo, too, use Voicemeeter to combine them by sending LR to the good DAC & surround to mobo.
12 * 45 = 540
12 * 54 = 648
You can use Disk Management to offline the drive, but physically disconnecting power (e.g., via USB dock) would be better.
12% * $50 = $6. $6 / 30% = $20. Is GoG "making huge money" on their <$10 titles?
Well, Pi-hole uses almost nothing with large lists, so...
See Wirecutter for the broadest comparison. FWIW, I bought a few sets of the Panasonics when they were the top pick and consider them amazing for...
Make sure the channels don't overlap.
Coaxial is a plus for close-distance use, and KEF's coax drivers are very, very good. ELAC's UB5 models might be competitive, but they're passive...
That would be a dick move.
Please suggest a couple titles.
How's that optical DAC connected to power, Archaea? Can you try a battery pack?
If you're okay with only 2x 10Gb ports, Mikrotik CSS/CRS326 are worth a look. 24x Gbe ports with VLANs for a bit less than those Netgears.
Try a single EAP225v3 in your central hall.
I'd generally prefer 2x Lites over 1x Pro, both for better coverage & also to spread the load.
OTOH, they do pretty well at hiding the shiny bits from kids.
Seems that a PW manager automatically handles the inter-keystroke timing, and adding a few dummy character/backspace combos would fool the length...
On DIYAudio, my sig is "So much Vd, it Hertz." No joke.
They don't already have cell phones?
Yes, that's also inconsistent. Note "biggest" versus "second highest."