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    Hi Cider, I'll start with the easy question....

    Hi Cider,

    I'll start with the easy question. If you have no trouble with your wireless network at the moment, there's no need to purchase an additional antenna. The only thing that this would do...
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    Raion, I think that the thing you need to look...

    Raion,

    I think that the thing you need to look at is blocking any incoming traffic on the printer and file sharing ports (can't remember them of the top of my head).

    The risk of file and...
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    Hi Cider, The downside of not re-installing is...

    Hi Cider,

    The downside of not re-installing is that your image will contain some of the results of installing updates over updates over updates. It's always a good thing to re-install Windows...
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    Hi there, The ownership of antennas (which is...

    Hi there,

    The ownership of antennas (which is what they are talking about) is not illegal in itself.

    As far as picking up unsecured networks, it depends on the legal environment of the country...
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    Hi Moira, Quick question. When you connected...

    Hi Moira,

    Quick question. When you connected in wired mode, was that directly to the router?

    It could be that you have a DHCP conflict between the router and the wireless router. At home, I run...
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    "Classic Home"

    Hi there,

    You should have a link for "Classic Home" at the top right of your screen. See the attached screenshot.

    Cheers,

    BrainStop
  7. Thread: AIM help

    by BrainStop
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    IP address behind the name

    Hi hitmun,

    Try using "netstat -an" instead ... this will give you the IP address behind "aimexpress-vr04.evip.aol.com".

    The other option is to do:

    "nslookup aimexpress-vr04.evip.aol.com"
    ...
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    Hi there, Doesn't MSN offer the option to use...

    Hi there,

    Doesn't MSN offer the option to use the http port rather than a dedicated port? Her messages may go out over port 80, although the return aims for the MSN port?

    Just a thought ....
    ...
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    Hmm, Let's see: IE, version...

    Hmm,



    Let's see:
    IE, version 6.0.2800.1106, SP1 + 8 patches

    That does sound like a lot of builds since 2001 to me ....

    Cheers,
  10. Black Cluster, I'd have to agree with...

    Black Cluster,

    I'd have to agree with Kaminski. Putting any technology solution in place should always keep the following three in mind: "People, processes, tools".

    Too often, organisations...
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    SirDice, From my foggy memories, any login...

    SirDice,

    From my foggy memories, any login command (ssh or telnet or ...) will run the shell specified in your user profile. Thus, if you are set to use bash, it will start bash to execute your...
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    Re: Mac G5 - too slow ? why?

    !ns!ght,

    Just to get some clarity, when you say 512 MB per processor, do you mean 512K of L2 cache? How much RAM do you actually have? And what speed are your CPUs?

    Thanks for the...
  13. Thread: IP Question

    by BrainStop
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    Hey all, Linksys being Linksys, I'm betting...

    Hey all,

    Linksys being Linksys, I'm betting that the SSID is "linksys". They do have a nice tool to translate a passphrase into a 26-character encryption key.

    Where you want to be, more or...
  14. Thread: IP Question

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    Hi isle, Typically, there are two ways to...

    Hi isle,

    Typically, there are two ways to connect to your wireless router:

    - using your web browser
    - using telnet

    Both methods should be mentionned in the user guide for your router....
  15. Sirdice, You forgot an important step ......

    Sirdice,

    You forgot an important step ... flipping the power switch on the IPS box :D

    Cheers,

    BrainStop
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    Hi, Yes, for the time being (don't know what...

    Hi,

    Yes, for the time being (don't know what crazy idea my company will get in their head next), I can pretty much do what I want, as they don't even make firewalls on company laptops compulsory...
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    Hi Kthln01, Thanks for the link. I'll take...

    Hi Kthln01,

    Thanks for the link.

    I'll take another look, but at first sight, I cannot find the option window anywhere and there are a number of users on the Zonelabs forum having the same...
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    Beware of the next ZoneAlarm upgrade!

    All,

    Just had an interesting discovery on my copy of ZoneAlarm (Free).

    I routinely downloaded the latest upgrade which took me from version 5.5 to version 6.0. What did I discover .... the...
  19. I stand corrected

    JinX,



    Thanks for the correction/improvement. I was just trying to stay concise ...

    And yes, that was an excellent movie/documentary!

    Cheers,
  20. Gaurav, I'm not going to correct all of...

    Gaurav,



    I'm not going to correct all of your Microsoft statements, I'll stick to one.

    - X was released in 1984, around the same time as Windows 1.0 (announced in november 1983, released in...
  21. Hi Egaladeist, Thanks for the link. I liked...

    Hi Egaladeist,

    Thanks for the link. I liked the option to manually configure the workaround. It got me to dig some deeper into Firefox and improve my knowledge level that way.

    Cheers,
    ...
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    Firefox security bug

    All,

    Haven't seen a post on it yet, so here's for your info:

    Firefox security threat

    As stated in the article, no fix yet, except for "avoiding dangerous sites".

    Cheers,
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    Join the line!

    All,

    Only one thing I can say .... Dump the Bump!

    It's really annoying to open a thread only to find that it is 2 years old.

    Cheers,

    BrainStop
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    Timestamp

    J_K9,

    The GMail servers are located in California, and probably run on Pacific time.

    I sent an email from my Swiss ISP to my Gmail account and it showed up with the same PDT timezone in the...
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    Re: Program to locate an IP address

    J_K7,



    I would be tempted to say that it was received at 13:39 Pacific time by the Gmail server. And I just checked on Gmail, and that's the case. The header tells you when the email was...
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