Heh, then I think you're sorted.
If you want for a layer 3 managed switch with some more smarts you could offload that role from the router
I have access to a couple shared exchange mailboxes. The IT department had advised they it is not possible to add them in Apple Mail and I would have
I have often wondered why I like to collect vintage Macs, what I plan to do with them, and which ones interest me the most.
Up to about
Change 5 Ghz channel to 161 manually … I have much more complex set up than urs but all work fine… Once in a while (once a month) I suggest to reboot
Edited the original post, that 5 port is already gigabit :P
As for monitoring, that's what the router does using Gargoyle, although only
Got my car serviced with my old regular mechanic. It cost $178 which is great compared to the $411 quoted by Holden.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it If you're not experiencing any issues with the network then you don't really need to change anything.
Following on from this post in this thread:
The problem you're encountering here is;
a) there aren't that many active users here
b) not all have installed after market SSD
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