The first thing I did when I got the unit was plug it in to an Ethernet firewall router that was running dhcp, so that it could grab a ip address lease and then I could hopefully access the web interface.
I needed a heavy duty super secure and bullet proof access point for a new client. I am familiar with Cisco products and the Cisco IOS, and I currently have Cisco Wifi access points deployed at 4 location. I was pleased with the capabilities of the aironet 1100 series, but as they are not being […]
I went to my first NY Tech meetup group meeting at FIT’s Taft hall. http://www.meetup.com/ny-tech/ It was packed and there was a buzz in there air…I do not know what the buzz was about, and the buzz never became apparent, maybe because everyone was nervous… Here is some of what I got out of the […]
I saw this motorcycle riding up west 26th street, check it out: sorry about the reflections, the glass the glass!!!!
I am not sure what they are for, but there was a full on film crew hovering around, but I am not sure if was for television or a movie…
Here is Peter Arminio and his pal Walter Cronkite after Peter installed a Ham Radio in his NYC townhouse.
The DNS servers tell the computer what the IP address of a website is. For example a DNS server will tell you that google.com is at IP address 22.214.171.124. So with out the DNS servers set properly the computer will not be able to resolve domain names into IP addresses.
We live in a windows and Microsoft world, this corporate America. Fortunately, the Technology lessons that we learn in the corporate world are just as useless as most of the other “skills” that are deemed important while on the clock. We DO NOT need window WE DO NOT NEED MICROSOFT OFFICE!!! There are adequate replacement that are available […]
I must say that I did check out the new iPod “nano” today. And while it maintains the same total surface area as the last generation of nano’s, its shale is way different and it sports a 2 inch screen. Unfortunately, I think I would need at least 2 nanos’ fot a truly multimedia experience, […]
When connecting to the Internet, your home computer (or network router) is assigned a public IP address. As you visit Web sites or other Internet servers, that public IP address is transmitted and recorded in log files kept on those servers. Access logs leave behind a trail of your Internet activity. If it were possible […]