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  1. I think you need AT&T then, since CDMA (what...

    I think you need AT&T then, since CDMA (what verizon uses) is not compatible with GSM/UMTS modems. CDMA also doesn't use a removable SIM cards, but has the account info written directly to the modem...
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    OpenSolaris on Toshiba Laptops

    Nice to see Linux being shipped pre-installed by OEM laptop mfgrs. Interesting why did Toshiba choose OpenSolaris tho? I thought Ubuntu would be the logical first choice...? :confused:

    Toshiba...
  3. For the mobile-broadband part, the 2 largest...

    For the mobile-broadband part, the 2 largest nation-wide carriers are AT&T (GSM/UMTS) and Verizon (CDMA). Their coverage should be more-or-less equal. If you are coming from Norway, then you should...
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    When I was in the military all our equipment was...

    When I was in the military all our equipment was in mobile vans. If it started buring, just jump out, 31 seconds, 32 seconds, didn't matter, whatever you felt like :p



    I heard David Carradine...
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    So water sprinklers in server rooms are the norm?...

    So water sprinklers in server rooms are the norm? :eek:



    I was thinkng of the equipment, it didn't cross my mind that I could be in danger....shows my dedication I guess :p:D...gotta ask for a...
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    Fire protection in Server Room

    I was in a police station last week (invited on buisness, not in dragged in bracelets :D), and noticed fire sprinklers above their server/communication racks. I really, really hope the sprinklers...
  7. Oh. I don't know the specs of the router, just...

    Oh. I don't know the specs of the router, just saw it had 2 antennas. If only one is transmitting, then scratch what I said. Anyway, think along the lines of a fixed directional antenna on each end....
  8. I would put a directional antenna on each end,...

    I would put a directional antenna on each end, since you want to only transmit/receive siganls in only one direction (omni-antennas would be a waste in your case).

    Your router has 2 antennas, so...
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    For sure PTP links can replace leased lines, no...

    For sure PTP links can replace leased lines, no question (assuming you have LOS). Cellular operators worldwide use microwave links as trasnport from base stations to the core network. The up-front...
  10. Discussioni: Router NAT Type?

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    Whaa? Ha-ha, this post...

    Whaa?

    Ha-ha, this post had me rolling :D

    As far as the NAT question: I tried a few STUN servers and all said I'm behind a symmetric NAT, so "if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck..."....
  11. Discussioni: Log Me In

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    What advantage does logmein have over any of the...

    What advantage does logmein have over any of the free VNC programs, like UltraVNC? :confused:
  12. Discussioni: Router NAT Type?

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    Router NAT Type?

    I have a stand-alone SIP phone (plugs direct to the router, has it's own local IP address). The STUN server I connect to says I am behind a Symmetric NAT, and Symmetric NAT's cause problems with SIP...
  13. Discussioni: Wireless Range

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    Sticky: If it doesn't work as an antenna, you can always...

    If it doesn't work as an antenna, you can always use it to smoke hash :p
    http://www.drivebywifiguide.com/BrikAndProbe.gif
  14. Discussioni: Day job!

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    ...you obviously didn't see the pampers I changed...

    ...you obviously didn't see the pampers I changed at 6am this morning ;)
  15. Discussioni: Day job!

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    GSM/UMTS radio network engineer ... before that...

    GSM/UMTS radio network engineer ... before that SATCOM ...


    I'm hoping that was for the USAF and not Al Queda :p
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    Ok, good, thanks for the feedback. Yea, most...

    Ok, good, thanks for the feedback.
    Yea, most websites (including that "systemm check" I made) use the HTTP_USER_AGENT to get info about your browser. I'm not sure if theres another way to go about...
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    I'm not an expert on ports, but I did...

    I'm not an expert on ports, but I did write/modify a PHP script that checks for open portson all 65,000 ports of anyone who goes to my "System Check" link:

    http://radioraiders.com/system-check.php...
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    A good cable-jiggle usually solves all my...

    A good cable-jiggle usually solves all my problems, but unfortunately not in this case...


    ...and back to the CAT6 cable: putting my experience aside, has anyone upgraded their CAT5 to CAT6...
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    I don't remember the cables coming with any...

    I don't remember the cables coming with any instructions, I assumed ethernet cables were "plug-and-play"...but maybe not so simple afterall? ;)


    I didn't dig into it. It was 2 WinXP machines...
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    I'm an engineer, I know about variables ;) That's...

    I'm an engineer, I know about variables ;) That's why I tested the cables (right out of the box) sitting at my desk with the switch and 2 computers (all 1000Base-T). I simply swapped the CAT5e cables...
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    CAT5/5e/6 Cable Performance

    On my home network I have all 1000Base-T equipment (cards + switches), but using CAT5e cables and getting thruput about 400Mbps. A while back I bought some Belkin CAT6 cables assuming the perfomance...
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    This was an interesting project about wifi...

    This was an interesting project about wifi triangulation:

    http://www.ctre.iastate.edu/research/widar/widar_paper.pdf

    .... I don't think he ever got it off the ground, but the theory behind it...
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    Thanks! I was looking at...

    Thanks! I was looking at http://www.sipfoundry.org/ but somehow missed trixbox...
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    No, never saw that, thanks. Interesting, but...

    No, never saw that, thanks. Interesting, but generally not much new (Skype is a proprietary blackbox, blah-blah). What was more interesting was to see EADS giving a presentation at a BlackHat...
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    Shirt's on ;) I've found this forum...

    Shirt's on ;)
    I've found this forum (Remote-Exploit) usually has people with good, unbiased IT info, so figured this is a good place to ask. The Skype forum may be biased.


    Yea, mine does, and...
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