One of Meraki’s strengths is its online management tools. In order to allow others to experience this dashboard, Cisco Meraki actually provides free Mobile Device Management (MDM) to anyone.
Previously, I stuck to the basics. I wanted to rearrange the ports so that eth0 was WAN, eth1 was LAN, eth2 was WLAN with eth1 and eth2 being bridged. I also wanted to be able to send a wake-on-LAN magic packet to my computer to wake it up and then I wanted to be able to access the files from my NAS and remote desktop into my computer.
Over the last year I had been hearing names like Ubiquiti and Mikrotik which were bringing enterprise-grade routing to the consumer price point.
Several network administrators noted that the iOS7 update broke records previously held records from streaming games during March Madness.
While the implementation of Google Fiber might make you think otherwise, not all gigabit cities are on smooth sailing. Google has the magic combination of offering fast speed at a low price. Others, like Chattanooga, TN, have gotten the speed but not the low price. While some states have even implemented anti-municipal broadband laws for some […]
Here is an interesting Kickstarter project. Connectify Switchboard is trying to raise $100,000 for a project to build their software that aims to improve Internet speed. The software achieves the faster speed by utilizing all of your connections to the Internet and making them available for improved downloads and uploads.
Google and Kansas City are living pretty large right now with their gigabit Internet offerings recently announced. Illinois Governor Pat Quinn announced the Illinois Gigabit Challenge in his State of the State announcement this year to provide $4 million to the best proposal to build out a gigabit fiber network by the end of 2013. Today, the applicants of the Illinois Gigabit Challenge were announced. You can find those applicants on the Illinois Gigabit Challenge website or pasted after the jump.
Are you ready for Google the cable company? Kansas City was the chosen community to work with Google to integrate gigabit speed broadband access by running fiber throughout the city. Today, the company announced their residential plans for both gigabit internet and TV service.
The Google Fiber site has been updated to a Save the Date announcement for at least the past week. Tomorrow the announcement will be known and hopefully we will see some more details on Google’s project to deliver high-speed broadband access to Kansas City, Kansas. For those that may not remember, Kansas City was finally […]
Though it sounds like a bad movie sequel, World IPv6 Day is back and it’s a good thing. Whereas last year’s World IPv6 Day was a 24 hour test by some of the largest websites on the Internet, this time IPv6 is being turned on and left on since no major problems were encountered during […]
With the FBI approaching their July deadline for taking offline the interim DNS servers put in place following the shutdown of the DNSChanger malware, it could mean hundreds of thousands of PCs are not able to get to the web. Google is chipping in and adding DNSChanger detection to Google products. The messages will be […]
Back when I had first installed either Vista or Windows 7 at home, I immediately had a network problem. I solved the problem by unchecking the IPv6 protocol in the Local Area Connection adapter. It solved my problem then and the network became stable immediately upon restart. Working on a similar problem, simply unchecking the […]