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March 20th 19 06:49 PM
For reasons that do not matter I have opened an account for my wife to
use at outlook.com However there is a problem with it in that mails do
not seem to be arriving. I can send from her account to any of our email
existing accounts and they arrive almost immediately. However if I use
any of our accounts to send a mail to the outlook account only the odd
I originally had the...
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March 15th 19 06:12 PM
I've been trying to find out the runnining and standby(?) power of a
modem/router for fibre. All the sites show idiotic figures, e.g. 240V or,
for a wall wart, 12V 25W.
My current ADSL one is about 2W when the PC is off - I can't remember what
it is withe PC, TV & PVR on. Wireless is off, BTW.
The gods will stay away
whilst religions hold sway
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March 13th 19 07:13 PM
I have need to feed a common broadband presentation to three remote
locations (all within about 300m). One location will connect to a
wireless access point, the other two will be cable terminated. For
various reasons it is not possible to run cables over or under ground.
I have been looking at pole-mounted outdoor 5GHz units that can be
configured to work as access points or as links - for...
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January 2nd 19 05:35 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...