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Sep
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comment Windows 7 network path not found without trailing backslash
While I was unable to follow up on this, I'm accepting this answer since it seems to be the most likely solution. Thanks.
Sep
18
accepted Windows 7 network path not found without trailing backslash
Mar
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asked Windows 7 network path not found without trailing backslash
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Feb
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Feb
17
comment Number of routers in small community lock up and require reboot
I couldn't quite figure out what you meant by "bad values to it's tables". It would seem that if this was the case, then LAN would fail to connect properly to the internet. The important distinction is that WLAN clients fail to connect to the AP entirely until rebooted, they don't connect and fail to get on the Internet. I would be happy to check into this but first need some clarification on what you mean by tables. How might I go about checking this? If you're not sure and just trying to point me in the right direction that's fine too. Thanks.
Feb
17
comment Number of routers in small community lock up and require reboot
@Mark Henderson, thanks, I wasn't sure on the rules around that. However given that the routers are located close to people capable of power cycling them the second they realize there's an issue, there's no reason to initiate a timed power cycle (unless they're sleeping when it happens). I see the obvious usefulness of this answer, but still maintain if it's in fact a power issue then fixing the power rather than rebooting when the power screws up, would be the proper fix. I apologize as I realize there's reputation points or whatever involved in that, if any disagree please message me.
Feb
15
comment Number of routers in small community lock up and require reboot
thanks, if i had gotten to your answer quicker it probably would have been the accepted answer.
Feb
15
comment Number of routers in small community lock up and require reboot
Accepted this answer because it included the UPS with voltage regulation suggestion. Even though I think "inexpensive garden timers" is a bit better solution for individual routers than to back the things up with expensive voltage regulating UPS', this answer will actually fix the problem (assuming that is the cause), rather than macgyver it.
Feb
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Feb
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accepted Number of routers in small community lock up and require reboot
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asked Number of routers in small community lock up and require reboot
Jan
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answered mod_rewrite rules to run fcgi for different subdomains
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asked mod_rewrite rules to run fcgi for different subdomains
Feb
17
comment Wireless AAA for a small, bandwidth-limited hotel
I should note, having an option between paid and free won't work. I need free, but also paid. Free Internet access is something that MANY franchises implement across their hotels, and it's a requirement we can't just do away with because we're remote. So there always has to be a free level of Internet provided. How much that means a user gets to use, is up to our discretion. Essentially we want heavy users to pay like we do, and light users still get everything for free.
Feb
17
comment Wireless AAA for a small, bandwidth-limited hotel
There is no significance to where I live, besides the fact it's where I live. Saying that myself and someone else live in the remote south would have been lying. Of course I won't reject any ideas or solutions if they will help us. I will check with the other tech on the sat issue, my guess is that will be something hard to sell.
Feb
17
comment Wireless AAA for a small, bandwidth-limited hotel
Would knowing the name allow me any more insight into how they do it? If so, I would still like to look into it.
Feb
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Feb
17
answered Wireless AAA for a small, bandwidth-limited hotel
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