After setting up a new Cisco Wireless LAN Controller (WLC), I decided to go ahead and setup a spare Cisco Lightweight Access Point (LAP) to connect to it.
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On November 20th, 2012 Comcast hijacked my HTTP traffic and re-routed it through their own servers, injecting a “notice” on the page before completing the request. What this means is instead of my web request being routed to the website I wanted to visit, Comcast took it upon themselves to hijack my web traffic, forcing […]
Around this time last a year 802.1x was configured on our wireless network. Everything worked fine for the most part until this morning. All wireless devices on the SSID configured for 802.1x were failing to connect. Non 802.1x SSID’s were fine, so it wasn’t an issue with the wireless access point being down. Additionally the […]
Handing over sensitive information to startups that are only a few minutes old can lead to bad, bad things. The Startup The startup under fire today is a web service by the name of Ice Box Pro posted on Hacker News today proved that point. The service was designed as a way to back up filed to Amazon Glacier that you […]
AT&T has the following chart on their webpage which outlines roaming rates while outside the U.S. We’re going to concentrate on the Text Messages row, also known as SMS messages. SENDING TEXT, PICTURE, AND VIDEO MESSAGES WHEN OUTSIDE THE U.S. Text Messages $0.50 per message sent Picture and Video Messages $1.30 per message sent I […]
I was with Cingular until they switched to AT&T and everything was going fine until just a few years ago. First they took away unlimited data once phones came out that could actually use more than 200MB a month. Then they started charging more for tethering and threatening to remove the unlimited data plan users […]
Dropbox Dropbox offers 2GB of online storage completely free. The free plans have a referral limit of 8GB resulting in a maximum of 10GB of free storage plus 250MB if you complete the getting started steps. If you convert to a paid plan (starting at $9.99 a month) then the amount of extra space you […]
MobileMe is Apple’s attempt to help users keep their data in sync. However, there is one problem with MobileMe: It costs $99 a year. While many users may be able to justify spending $99 a year to keep their data synced between their devices, others may find it outrageous and, as it turns out, there […]
The iPad vs HP Mini Netbook is a much heated debate amongst mobile devices. When you compare, there’s no comparison – AT&T Ultimatrix pointed out where Steve Jobs compared the iPad to a Netbook, so you can stop posting comments about comparing two completely different devices. Skip to 1:30 The problem is, Netbooks aren’t better […]
Last week I wrote an article comparing Amazon S3 and Cloud Front to Rackspace Cloud Files. Since then I have gotten additional requests to compare more content delivery networks. The following is a comparison of Amazon Cloud Front, Rackspace Cloud Files, SimpleCDN, and GoGrid CDN. I tried to cover as many bases as I could. […]