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Created: Dec 1, 2010
cheer Created: Dec. 1, 2010
OK, problem solved. And it proved once again that I hatehatehate layer 1. So my plan was to confirm or deny that it was my core switch at fault. But before I did that, I realized that in my office I had a pair of small 5-port switches, and since the RG plugged into once of them, and since that one plugged into the second one (which then plugged into a cable running to the...
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Created: Nov 29, 2010
cheer Created: Nov. 29, 2010
SomeJoe7777 wrote: Could be your switch is going bad. I've had switches die on me, sometimes in inexplicable ways. I have an SMC 48-port switch sitting on the floor beside me here at work I can't use. If all the ports are on one VLAN, it works fine. The instant you try to set a port to a different VLAN, the entire switch repeatedly crashes and reboots. No reason. P.S. Gla...
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cheer Created: Nov. 29, 2010
ScottMac wrote: Try connecting one or two of the STBs directly to the RG and see if any of the issues change in character. Ah, good idea. Can't believe I didn't think of that. So I took the DVR into my office (where the RG is). Connected the DVR directly to the RG, and disconnected everything else (except the WAN cable, obviously). And...it worked fine. Started two differ...
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cheer Created: Nov. 29, 2010
OK, I'm a network guy but definitely more of a layer 3/WAN guy. I don't have extensive experience troubleshooting Ethernet. So I'm hoping some others here might point me in the right direction. Sometime -- not sure exactly when, but probably within the next month -- my U-Verse live streams started stuttering/glitching badly. For a variety of reasons we just haven't been w...
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Created: Oct 20, 2010
cheer Created: Oct. 20, 2010
Nope, but I wouldn't believe anything until you hear an official announcement. For every correct rumor there's been dozens -- at least -- that are just bogus.
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Created: Oct 19, 2010
cheer Created: Oct. 19, 2010
FYI show downloading seems to be working this morning. Note that you have to be on WiFi -- it refuses to download if you are not. I'm betting that gets "fixed" by the fine fellows at XDA at some point.
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Created: Oct 19, 2010
cheer Created: Oct. 19, 2010
bsdsmb wrote:All this bashing of the 2wire as a POS is ... not terribly honest. The 2wire 3800 RG is quite a hefty piece of home equipment. It may not be configured or be implemented to the liking of all customers, but ... it's a much beefier piece of gear than your run of the mill home router. Just saying. be honest in your gripes. Can't speak for others, but my criticis...
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Created: Oct 19, 2010
cheer Created: Oct. 19, 2010
Definitely not throttling here. I have Max Turbo and I routinely get 2.4MB/s torrent downloads. (Disclaimer: I only torrent legit stuff. So far as you know.) Now, I have seen issues where the # of connections skyrockets and the 2WIRE gateway just bogs down to a crawl. Make sure you limit the # of connections in your torrent client. Also make sure you have the proper port ...
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Created: Oct 19, 2010
cheer Created: Oct. 19, 2010
To answer your original question...if it's the standard-capacity box, then there's no difference. If it's the expanded-capacity box, then the Cisco has a larger hard drive than the Moto.
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Created: Oct 18, 2010
cheer Created: Oct. 18, 2010
SomeJoe7777 wrote: Installed and working on a rooted Motorola Droid running Android 2.2. I'm able to see the guide and manage my recorded shows on the DVR. It makes you separately register for the ability to download shows from their library, and it currently won't register due to "system issues". I don't know if that's because it's not an AT&T phone or for some other rea...
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Created: Oct 13, 2010
cheer Created: Oct. 13, 2010
You won't need AT&T cell service. You don't even need it with the iPhone app. (Without hacking it only works over wifi anyway.)
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Created: Oct 13, 2010
cheer Created: Oct. 13, 2010
I would like this feature as well. Understand that pretty much all HDTVs these days are fixed resolution -- e.g. a "1080p" TV has a 1920x1080 resolution, and that resolution ONLY. If you feed it 720p, it upscales it. A 720p TV will downscale 1080i or 1080p input. And so on. Now as we know, some channels are 1080i, some are 720p, and then there's the SD channels. When you ...
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Created: Dec 1, 2010
cheer Created: Dec. 1, 2010
OK, problem solved. And it proved once again that I hatehatehate layer 1. So my plan was to confirm or deny that it was my core switch at fault. But before I did that, I realized that in my office I had a pair of small 5-port switches, and since the RG plugged into once of them, and since that one plugged into the second one (which then plugged into a cable running to the...
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