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July 20th 19 10:39 AM
I'm after some WiFi access points which are probably 'business'
oriented in their facilities but don't have the complicated management
control systems that many seem to have.
I.e. I want wired 'backhaul', that is it will have a wired connection
to my main VDSL router and I'd like (but it isn't vital) to have one
or two more RJ45s for local client devices. I don't want a full blown
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July 13th 19 11:33 AM
I'm switching broadband provider from BT to Sky FTTC.
Sky have sent me their Sky Q Hub (combined VDSL modem/router) but from
what I've read it only has two SSIDs associated with the wifi, one for
the 2.4GHz band and the other for the 5GHz band. I need to set up at
least two 'guest networks' that will be completely isolated from each
other and, more importantly, from my own network.
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January 2nd 19 04:35 AM
Just for fun
During my sophomore year of high school, we were doing silent work and the history mentor of mine said that we might pay attention to music but if it was too noisy he would "break our headphones." so I am doing my business quietly with the music of mine on low, and this particular obnoxious child sitting next to me had the music of his really loud. I could hear it over the music of...