Cop executing search warrant: "it's asking for a password"
Wouldn't the cop executing the search warrant have just lost the case at this point? Seems to be dicking around on computers containing evidence outside of a forensics lab would ruin the chain of custody.
Scones. They get cooked at around 230C, as do a number of other baked goods.
We renovated last year, and as part of it, we replaced all the light fittings in the house and changed all the globes to LEDs.
The globes may have cost more, but they have a significantly lower energy consumption.
I get to my desk around 7:30am, I might start actually working sometime after the 9:00 stand up.
If Comcast was doing the Google Fiber setup, it would be more like 4tb of customer bandwidth sharing 4tb of "node" bandwidth.
Also to clear this up google fiber is more like 256GB of customer bandwidth sharing 40gb of "node" bandwidth. Google fiber is GPON and not actual dedicated ethernet links.
All networks period are like this, theres always a bottle neck. My point was that his cable modem can indeed handle more bandwidth than his purchased connection speed.
In which case he's going to be having problems whether they turn on the wifi hotspot or not. So how is it relevant?
Looking at comcast's website the highest speed internet they offer is 105Mbps while the slowest docsis 3 modems are capable of 171mbps. Most isps are pushing 8 channel modems now which can pull over 300mbps. Comcast could offer at least 60mbps without affecting your speed in any meaningful way.
I imagine that most people don't. What percentage of home APs support 802.1x, especially integrated modem/router/APs provided by local DSL, cable, or fiber ISPs?
I've never had an integrated modem/router/AP and while I suspect those don't support it all of the home routers i've purchased in the past have supported 802.1x even before I started getting mikrotik/unifi gear. It's just called WPA-Enterprise in the settings.
There are ads that play sounds? I have the speaker set to mute on my (work) computer, so rarely notice.
The Ads disabled checkbox has vanished for me a couple of months ago, it makes me a sad panda.
As a long term Apple user (check my user name), I have been honestly surprised as to the number of MacBooks I see on trains and in the office that people are bringing in as BYODs. We are a dyed in the wool Microsoft house, but they somehow make it work.
is $40 a reasonable price? if so www.routerboard.com. Keep in mind that site is a product listing and site and not an actual web store, check out the how to buy link at the top to actually purchase them. Those routers can do everything from round robin connections to actual BGP. Although at the $40 price point you'd have a hard time even maxing out the 100mbit ports it has but step up to the $99 model....
There's plenty of non firsts who succeeded
iPhone, macbook, iPad, iPod iMac. Are you noticing a pattern here?