Tag Archives: Networking

Showing off my Extreme Gear: A Visit from Genesis

I’m deeply thankful to all the schools who have allowed me to visit and learn from them over the past 12 or 13 years, and so it was an absolute delight to have Neal McArthur both friend and CT Operations … Continue reading

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TP-LINK PowerLine Network Wi-Fi Range Extender Review

TP-LINK home products both inexpensive and easy to use. They offer a rich set of technical features making them good value when you consider all their features versus cost ratio. Generally speaking there are plenty of regular firmware updates as … Continue reading

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HP IMC – Intelligent Management Center

I’ve have used HP IMC for the past 3 years and I’m reasonably happy with it. I believe it’s capable of a lot more than I use it for at present. Key Features Runs on Windows or Linux Network Self Discovery … Continue reading

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Ubiquiti Wireless

I’m a huge fan of Ubiquiti Wireless after I need to bridge two buildings in our college separated by a road.  Due to circumstances and cost was unable to dig a trench between the two buildings so I set up … Continue reading

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D-Link Wireless

D-Link were present at most conferences I attended in Queensland from between 2007 to 2014 and they cleverly offered free or very affordable wireless surveys to any schools interested in investigating a wireless solution, we were one of the many … Continue reading

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Collaborating to solve Latency Issues on our Network

I had noticed some minor latency issues on our network recently.  By latency I mean significant differences in ping times, and intermittent packet loss.  No one has noticed the issue or complained so it is not really an “Official Problem” … Continue reading

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