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Rebooting radio in Santa Cruz mountains once a week via GitHub script?


November 14, 2017, 8:19 pm

If we wanted to automatically reboot our radios once a week, should we do it with a GitHub script on the radio or do you know of a better way? We're on a classic small WISP outfit (2-man operatio... Read more »

How to best choke a receiver feedline


November 9, 2017, 9:23 pm

I'm installing an active antenna. The seller discusses choking the feedline to prevent it from adding signal. How do I best accomplish this. I don't have any beads, I do have loads if ferrite... Read more »

A confusing issue


November 5, 2017, 8:09 pm

I have been using and Xfinity hotspot for my wireless service for over a ye ar now without issues. Very strong signal and great speed. I have my HP l aptop, an Ipad mini and my iphone. All conne... Read more »

For Rod Speed: Example of Wi-Fi connection between two homes 5.4 km apart (...


November 1, 2017, 4:33 am

Hi Rod Speed, Look at these WiFi signal strength values I just got when setting up a temporary Wi-Fi connection between two houses 5.4 kilometer (3.4 miles) away line of sight! And that's w... Read more »

How many decibels does this router radio REALLY output?


October 29, 2017, 4:42 pm

How many decibels does the router/radio below really output? ('cuz 26 + 18 is too high) In the before-and-after krack-update screenshot below, I'm confused because the radio says transmit power is... Read more »

Severe flaw in WPA2 protocol leaves Wi-Fi traffic open to eavesdropping


October 16, 2017, 6:33 am

Severe flaw in WPA2 protocol leaves Wi-Fi traffic open to eavesdropping The proof-of-concept exploit is called KRACK, short for Key Reinstallation Attacks. It works by exploiting a four-way hands... Read more »

Re: Ubiquity wifi access point

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August 31, 2017, 10:11 am

Hi Rod from, I think, Australia, Actually I post to probably from a score to five score threads a day (give or take), but the nyms used for any one thread are so random that I don't even know what... Read more »

Electric Co. just installed "smart meters", and...


August 28, 2017, 11:40 pm

About a month ago the utility swapped out all the meters here with smart ones, and ever since... I've had 803.11 problems. We were away when they did the replacement, and while we had to reset a ... Read more »

wireless network transfers


August 5, 2017, 11:57 pm

There's a program called nitroshare that's as good as it's name. Blazing fast transfers with android, windows, Linux. It's the easiest way to transfer files I've ever seen, even large files. You can... Read more »

Suggestions on an EMTA Docsys 3 modem for a college kid at her 1st apartmen...


August 1, 2017, 2:01 am

What hardware do you recommend for EMTA addition to an existing Docsys 3.0 modem? Just called Comcast to help a kid out on her first apartment outside the dorms at college, and I haven't kept up o... Read more »

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Problems with logging into public WiFi


For the mostpart logging into a hotel's WiFi network is a simple affair and it frequently just automatically connects as soon as firing up my laptop. Sometimes I have to find any available networks ... Read more »

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How to boost our Linksys WRT150N's signal -- across the house?

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Currently, we have two DSL lines: EAST SIDE OF HOUSE: in an add-on office room separated by thick walls). This DSL line leads to a Linksys WRT150N router, which is connected one computer and three T... Read more »

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Unable to login and add security to WRT54G being used as access point/exten...


I've got two linksys Wireless G routers networked. The first, a WRT54GS is hooked up to my Toshiba cable modem. The second, a WRT54G I assigned as an access point. It is wired to the network and c... Read more »

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Best ASN.1 compiler


Hello everybody, I have been analyzing the ASN.1 compilers. I find few ASN.1 compilers as below - http://sourceforge.net/projects/asn1c/ http://www.obj-sys.com/asn1-compiler.shtml http://www.oss.com/... Read more »

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Tips on wireless sniffing


We posted some new articles on cisco.com, on the subject of getting a wireless packet capture. The main focus is to help Cisco customers collect captures so that we can troubleshoot their problems, ... Read more »

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Wireless Network Camera and WebCam Solution?


Im looking to buy a webcam and network camera, ideally a device that does both. I'd like to connect the device to my home (wireless) network through my wireless router (netgear). I'd use the camera... Read more »

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Motorola H700 bluetooth earpiece dissassembly instructions (Jeff L?)


Anyone have pictures of how to open the Motorola H700 bluetooth earpiece? Googling, I found a JeffL picture of the opened earpiece over here: http://802.11junk.com/jeffl/Motorola-H700/Motorola-H700-... Read more »

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Signal Boost Options for Laptop


Looking for WiFi signal boost options (antenna?) for Dell Laptop w/ internal wireless adapter. Thx Chip L Read more »

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Can any wireless system reach neighbors house 300 feet away?


Hello all I want to be able to use a laptop in my next door neighbors house, and we live on a country road - our houses are around 300 feet apart. Is there any reasonably priced (< $200-300) wireless... Read more »

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Can't connect to configure my Netgear WG602 access point


For the life of me, I can't make a successful cable connection between my computer and my Negear access point to make changes to the settings. I've set the IP & subnet mask on the PC as specified b... Read more »