4 years ago
I'm at my office. Duz that count?
Jeff Liebermann wrote in news: firstname.lastname@example.org:
Happy to c you are still around, :-)
Thanks. Rumors of my premature demise have been greatly exaggerated. Before I drop dead from overwork, I'll prepare a bot, that will answer wireless questions with canned responses in this newsgroup. That way, I won't be missed.
Jeff, I'll often proxy canned responses from you, to (I assume) great effect. Particularly this one:
This never gets old!
Haha. It's new to me. :D
Feel free to recycle my old rants. The statue of limitations has expired long ago.
Yeah, but I'm getting old. I didn't recall writing that. So, I searched for the culprit and found that it really was me in2007: I guess this proves that RF rots the brain.
I could have used that quote for a talk I gave on the evils of MESH networks to a local Linux user group.
Can you guess what's wrong with this drawing?
Technical trivia: This is what 802.11g/n looks like going from a client computah via wi-fi, to a Linksys EA2700 router, and to a fast laptop running Jperf as a server via gigabit ethernet: About 40Mbits/sec average. This is what the same setup looks like when I added a Linksys RE-2000 Range Extender, which simulates the store and forward system found in a MESH network: About 25Kbits/sec average and really erratic going the other direction. See a problem perhaps?
We're all getting old. :(
Worse yet, I'm feeling old, knees are starting to ache, shoulders hurt if moved wrong, elbows, and two fingers on my right hand. Arrgh!
On the other hand, I read this morning about the problems people that don't sense pain have. In this article somewhere if you care,
I also find reason to feel blessed, ahh, not that I got one, but, that I have one.
Video of his first time. OK, no video. Mikek
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