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    Good call. ATT does also offer faster fiber...

    Good call. ATT does also offer faster fiber connections, formerly under the "U-verse" name, now simply called ATT Internet. It may not be available in your area though, if you only got offered 12...
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    12 Mbps is not comparable to 500 Mbps, the ATT...

    12 Mbps is not comparable to 500 Mbps, the ATT rep was just trying to make a sale. 12 Mbps service will be much slower than the 400-500Mbps you are getting now, I wouldn't switch. If you can only get...
  3. Thread: Covid-19

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    Deb, hope you're recovering well from your...

    Deb, hope you're recovering well from your surgery. At least you didn't fall of the wagon, er, bike like Easto ( jk ;) ).
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    Hi Mark :) I've learned (and forgot) a lot by...

    Hi Mark :)

    I've learned (and forgot) a lot by troubleshooting software/OS/hardware issues over the years as well. Linux is interesting because you can customize almost any aspect of the OS. Just...
  5. Thread: Covid-19

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    Sorry to hear that Matt, I guess at least you can...

    Sorry to hear that Matt, I guess at least you can get some unemployment out of it. Not the greatest time for hiring, but remote IT jobs should still be in demand imho.
  6. Ouch, sorry to hear about the bike accident. It...

    Ouch, sorry to hear about the bike accident. It should slowly be getting better with time. Small steps, maybe take a drive to somewhere with the wife.
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    Not a great idea, as there are many different...

    Not a great idea, as there are many different components of RAM other than the sped, like voltage (1.2v to 1.5v), and CAS Latency (14 to 19ms typically). They can run together, but, if you experience...
  8. Thread: teksavvy good

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    NAT routers are set like that by default. The...

    NAT routers are set like that by default. The router gets an external/routable IP address on the Internet/WAN port, and then it serves multiple local/private/non-routable IP addresses to clients on...
  9. Thread: Hello there,

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    Not sure, more like sour fish curry I suppose

    Not sure, more like sour fish curry I suppose
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    I think Synology uses ext4 filesystem, which is...

    I think Synology uses ext4 filesystem, which is perfectly fine for large files. Most NAS devices use some type of Linux/BSD-based OS that uses ext3 or ext4 filesystem, many wouldn't even give you a...
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    I usually let Windows 10 do its updates. There...

    I usually let Windows 10 do its updates. There were many more issues with bad Windows 7 updates, some very recently after support for it ended.

    You can delay Windows 10 updates from the Settings...
  12. Thread: Hello there,

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    Welcome to SG. Excuse my skepticism (profiling,...

    Welcome to SG.
    Excuse my skepticism (profiling, heh), but we get a lot of spam registrations and your IP is from Sri Lanka.. :/
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    USB 3 is the simplest method that allows for a...

    USB 3 is the simplest method that allows for a fast connection, just make sure you use an USB3 port on the PC. Alternatively, you'd need to have a Gigabit Ethernet set, with both your PC having a...
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    Welcome to SG erpguy, this seems interesting....

    Welcome to SG erpguy, this seems interesting. Have you tested with both LSO off and on? What is the transfer speed difference you get? What model adapter? A few years back many drivers had issues...
  15. Generally, audio streaming uses about 100 kbps...

    Generally, audio streaming uses about 100 kbps (0.1 Mbps), while high-definition video conferencing uses about 2 Mbps. There are some more detailed numbers here:...
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    Heh, how was it, will you do it again? Seems one...

    Heh, how was it, will you do it again? Seems one is oriented vertical and the other horizontal.
  17. Thread: Sunset

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    OnePlus 6T, it has dual cameras on the back: 16...

    OnePlus 6T, it has dual cameras on the back: 16 MP f/1.7, 25mm (wide) 1/2.6-inch sensor and a 20 MP (16 MP effective) f/1.7, 25mm (wide) 1/2.8-inch sensor

    I also have a Sony Alpha mirrorless with...
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    You can always try and test, not sure exactly for...

    You can always try and test, not sure exactly for your situation. After it is changed, you can do a ping -f test to see if packets get fragmented or not.
    If it does change the MTU, it will have...
  19. Thread: Sunset

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    Sunset

    A couple of sunset shots I took from my boat about a month ago, only had my phone with me.

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    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JNOEhX9qjiBV4sZ-dGAGLLvwUB5v3bIW/view?usp=sharing

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  20. Thread: An Airplane

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    Very nice shot, thanks for sharing

    Very nice shot, thanks for sharing
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    Not sure, but as far as packet sizes and...

    Not sure, but as far as packet sizes and payloads, they shouldn't be any different than standard VPN packets.

    Proxies/HTTP operate at the application layer of the TCP/IP networking model, while...
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    Yeah, I don't blame you, that bug seems to be...

    Yeah, I don't blame you, that bug seems to be spreading like crazy right now.
  23. Good to hear you got a decent connection. The...

    Good to hear you got a decent connection.

    The issue with extenders is that they half the network speed and add noise (they have to communicate the same data twice, once with the cable modem, and...
  24. Thread: Masks

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    I wear a cloth mask when entering enclosed...

    I wear a cloth mask when entering enclosed crowded spaces. I've been trying to do that since this started. Most people weren't doing it until recently in my part of Florida. Since a month ago, new...
  25. Hi Norm! Nah I am just another beach bum, thanks...

    Hi Norm!
    Nah I am just another beach bum, thanks for helping out ;)
  26. Have you tried the TCP Optimizer? It may...

    Have you tried the TCP Optimizer? It may repair/tweak/improve some issues like that, just set the "optimal" settings. I also agree with Norm that it could be your laptop's network adapter, or the...
  27. Hello, welcome to SG and thank you for the...

    Hello, welcome to SG and thank you for the positive feedback, glad the Optimizer worked that well for you. Not sure exactly which setting fixed it for you, could've been the default congestion...
  28. They would probably work similarly as far as...

    They would probably work similarly as far as performance if set as repeaters.
    The repeater would be much easier to setup, as it has less options and a visual signal strength aid.
    The router has the...
  29. DHCP should be provided by only one device on the...

    DHCP should be provided by only one device on the LAN, in your case the cable modem/gateway.

    The TP Link repeater should be in repeater mode (same as "RE", "range extender" mode), repeating the...
  30. Seems something is throttling your web traffic....

    Seems something is throttling your web traffic. If it is on that one PC only, it could also be some type of security software, some software firewalls and third-party antivirus programs may also be...
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