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comment AFP painfully slow
@deweydb, why don't you ask a new Question with the details of your particular problem?
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comment zeroconf (bonjour) assign ip adresses (.NET)
@Gobliins I don't know what trade-offs you're looking at in terms of space and power and how hard it would be to port an open source IETF ZeroConf stack to your device. I really have no advice for you.
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comment zeroconf (bonjour) assign ip adresses (.NET)
@Gobliins I personally hate when devices use proprietary discovery protocols instead of standards, but other than that, I have no recommendation for you.
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comment zeroconf (bonjour) assign ip adresses (.NET)
@Gobliins Yes. I'm more active on Super User, but I get notifications for activity over here.
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answered On a public wifi where are EAP messages (for the RADIUS AAA) actually created?
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revised SSH “Access denied” before I'm prompted for password
Formatting.
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comment Can gigabit media converters affect performance?
Did the price of a copper core switch plus however many media converters you'd need really come out that much cheaper than a fiber core switch?
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comment How do you track down kernel panic issues?
After finding the panic logs in /Library/Logs/PanicReporter, paste some of them here (or on pastebin or as a github gist) and see what others can glean from it. If it contains a list of kernel loadable modules in the backtrace, that may give you a hint as to what hardware device driver has the crashing bug you're hitting.
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comment Cisco switches and Comcast SMC3G: DHCP works, IP doesn’t
What @Zypher said, and also since you have the SMC3G hooked up to a trunk port, you'll need to make sure the SMC3G is 802.1q VLAN-tagging its frames for VLAN ID 101 as well, or make sure that you've defined that the native VLAN for that trunk port is VLAN 101.
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answered Long Range Wifi Equipment & Software