The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced the specs for its next release yesterday. The release should arrive in late 2016 or early 2017 with the name Bluetooth 5. The focus of Bluetooth 5 is to quadruple the range over current Bluetooth, double the speed, and increase data broadcasting capacity by 800%. Previous releases of Bluetooth […]
The Book of GNS3 acts as a workbook to go along with getting started using GNS3. It is a book that can take you from day 0 to being quite proficient with the software.
The FCC voted on the topic of Net Neutrality today and passed strong rules to pass the open Internet.
Yesterday, the FCC voted to update that definition in order to keep up with the times and reflect consumer demand. The new standard sets broadband equivalent or greater than 25 megabits per second download and 3 megabits per second upload.
I took my Android phone off of wireless and tried to browse to the subdomain on the cell network using Chrome for Android. Instead of reaching the page I intended, I got redirected to www.search-error.com.
One of the original drivers that shipped with the OptiPlex 790/7010/9010 and Latitude E6520/E6530 for the Intel network card can error out in quite an interesting way.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation recently published a white paper on copyright infringement from open Wi-Fi.
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.