I had a similar issue with A Tp link 48 port Gb switch. For some reason it kept changing its management IP to the gateway IP.
It got binned the minute a replacement arrived and after we had changed the gateway IP. Live and learn.
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1. Stupidly expensive ink.
Totally agree but they are no different from Canon in that regard. Look at Kip or OCE / Seiko if you want lower running costs and can stomach the £20k plus initial cost.
2. We have some expensive HP printer/scanners at work and when monitoring NTP network traffic three devices were transmitting leap second packets.
Wow I'm going to have to test that out on Monday. We keep our office ones on a separate subnet but it would be interesting to raise a call with HP if that is the case.
I'm not a carpenter by trade so I usually ask someone who knows that they are doing to give me advice before I carry out any DIY around the house.
The best thing I have ever been told is 'make it strong enough so your kids can jump, pull and shove it as hard as they can, if it falls off it could kill them'. I use lots of overkill screws plugs and legs / supports then try to break it myself before I let the kids or anyone else anywhere close !
Sitting in the wall cabinet when the partner got home took some explaining... with 80mm screws / plugs into brick with a galvanised steel rail even the bottom shelf of an Ikea wall cabinet can support me. Good to know if I can't find the youngest when playing hide and seek !
'The fundamental issue is whether you're entering the US at a port of entry or just walking over the border. Walking over the border is against the law.'
Tell that to the native Americans that got invaded by the the British, French and Spanish etc. At least these immigrants are not killing the natives and just want somewhere safe to raise their children. What would you do in their shoes ?
They found have just said that the Air con failed, the servers had a sh!t fit and turned off to stop themselves melting.
Or someone left the door open.
Or Sales guy doing a tour thought it was a bit nippy so adjusted the temperature.
We will never know. It's somebody else's server farm after all.
I really like the look of the programmable actions but I doubt I will get the update / S7.
Flipping several settings / Bluetooth on, open maps, turn off Wi-Fi, turn on GPS, turn on selective call blocking every time I get in the car is a pain. Maybe if I could get it to detect the car charger socket when plugged in it could do all of this itself. Probably wishful thinking but still looks like progress.
If I was, i would buy a payg sim and throw away phone and not log on to anything without a VPN preferably over a mobile carrier rather than unsecured Wi-Fi.
It's bad enough that shopping malls track you via your Wi-Fi mac (yes I know it can be randomized to an extent). If a shopping mall can do that just imagine how much the Russian spooks, police or crims can do...
Counter Bombardment and Counter Mortar Battery Equipment. Is still in use today to pinpoint enemy mortar fire locations.
No doubt based on these concrete structures but using modern microphones and computers.
Nice link here for modern adaptations...
Very nice article, next to BOHF these keep me coming back.
RE.Cashcow My Honda has a crash mitigation system. They put the radar /laser range finder on the windscreen so that it gets swept clean by the wipers.
It works quite well (practiced on cardboard boxes;) but it can be slightly over cautious when I pull on to a roundabout/ slams brakes on and doesn't stall! No idea how I haven't been rearended yet.
One idiot, (normally in sales)to select the wrong field and you will have a serious issue.
It's easy enough to prevent in exchange etc by setting maximum recipients to a sensible value. At least it will limit the damage.
Sophos SEA (mail scanning appliance) can also do rule checking on outgoing mail to prevent this problem as well.
'no one had a good enough understanding of what it would take to make the programme successful'
Well that's a good start.
I had to point out to a (very large and I would hope secure company) That the procedure that they required me to go through would be out of date by the time I competed it. Turns out that the changes mentioned on the desclosure government website were wrong and I still had to use the old system. England Scotland and Wales or something, I live in one and was going to work in one of the others. One phone call and I got sent the certificate, absolute crap tbh, they didn't even verify my ID properly and this is meant to be a seriously secure site!
“The amounts,” warned White, “could be very substantial indeed. If there are 4.4m claimants, each entitled to several hundred pounds, under the current damages-based regime the maximum share is 50 per cent. If 50 per cent were taken by the funder, the amount generated in this action for the funder would be a very substantial sum of money."
So why not just let the bottom feeding scum fight it out. Refuse their offer of 50% and file your own case, if they win it's already been proven and you can have a shed load more cash ?
Probably a long shot but I'm no liarwer.
"Only then will we benefit (profit) from the enormous value of our health data. Deals are already being struck without the required partnership models we need."
By selling personal data to 3rd parties ? I haven't signed up for that. Also deals are already being struck ? FOI request please Reg ?
DAB Is just as bad on the M4 between Bristol, Cardiff and Swansea. FM works fine all over the south west without having to retune every 25 ish miles.
Also that annoying bloke on traffic broadcast from somewhere in Sommerset keeps coming up when I'm in Wales. Wish I could block that 30 seconds of traffic news and 5 minutes of talking cr@p.
I had just been sent to a new workshop and couldn't attend certain training course that everyone else had been booked on for the day.
Instead of giving me the day off or just letting me laze about I was told to cut some old metal wheels / steelies in half so they could be hung on the wall to coil tubing/ wire etc
The boss may have pointed to an angle grinder but I decided the gas axe was the better faster option and I would be finished much sooner. What I didn't realise is that a new floor with a very nice thick coating of oil resistant paint had just been laid.
I spent most of the day buffing out all the pock marks left by the molten metal.
Fortunately I buy my phones separately / not on contract. The WileyFox swift is still working great and I love unlocked phones so I can swap sim cards when I like.
Any idea if the new WileyFox owner / company is any good as they promised to honour warranty claims for phones sold by the previous owner etc? Or should I just go for a One Plus or something else ?
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