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  1. Gigawatt

    Need help picking a switch

    Thanks for all your help Toasty!
  2. Gigawatt

    Need help picking a switch

    TP-Link 16 Port Switch Gigabit | Ethernet Network Switch | Shielded Ports | Fanless | Desktop | Sturdy Metal | Traffic Optimization | Unmanaged (TL-SG116) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GR9S6FN/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_4bRMCb710VCPA This kind of sounds right up my ally.
  3. Gigawatt

    Need help picking a switch

    I mean I wouldn't mind some advanced features, but plug and play sounds nice.
  4. Gigawatt

    Need help picking a switch

    Hello all, I've never owned a switch before just mostly wireless routers. I'm looking for a 8+ port switch that's user friendly but at the same time I can learn from it. I'm kind of a ASUS fan boy since most of my routers have been that brand. Any suggestions would be great. My budget is 200 or less, maybe 250 if it's the perfect fit.
  5. Gigawatt

    IT Cable management

    Awesome, I'll give it a go.
  6. Gigawatt

    IT Cable management

    Hello all, Anyone have any good resources for cable management in a business setting. I'm currently in it field service technician at a hospital and I'm always looking for different/tips for cable management to keep my end users workstations looking nice and clean.
  7. Gigawatt

    Good technician bag?

    Thanks for all the good feedback. I ended up ordering a Maxpedition bag, I've always been a fan of there EDC(everyday carry) bags. I didn't know they had tech ones. Maxpedition Unisex Skyridge Bag - Skrgry https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06X6H91KF/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  8. Gigawatt

    Good technician bag?

    I think I might get this one. Aezakmi's seems like a nice bag to.
  9. Gigawatt

    Good technician bag?

    Sweet, thanks for the list. Only thing else I carry is a roll of velcro.
  10. Gigawatt

    Good technician bag?

    I just feel like it's not enough space for all my tools.
  11. Gigawatt

    Good technician bag?

    Hello community. I'm a newly IT field technician and I would like to find a really good bag that isn't too huge but accommodates what I need it for:Hand tools - Service techs know that you don't need a lot of tools. Hell, most jobs can be done with one screwdriver, but I'd like space for a couple of them, a multi-meter, ethernet crimper, and maybe a few other miscellaneous tools I might need. Laptop. I'm pretty sure I'm going to get a netbook instead of a laptop computer. I don't need to do a lot with it, so a netbook will do fine. I would like my bag to have a spot for a netbook. Paperwork. I would like a bag that has another slot for paperwork, something that can hold a full-size sheet of paper/folders and a receipt book. These are the requirements I have. Some of my co-workers have multiple bags, for tools and paperwork and it seems like a big hassle. My boss has a bag like I am describing but there's some stuff that I don't like about it. Basically, I have no idea where to go to look for a bag like this. If you are in this profession, What bag do you use? Do you like it? Where can I get one? Note: Currently I have a dell backpack, it's really not meeting all my needs.
  12. Gigawatt

    ARP poisoning / Duplicate IP Address

    I will try this after work, thanks for all the awesome support!
  13. Gigawatt

    ARP poisoning / Duplicate IP Address

    Yes, I did assign it a static IP address a couple months ago. Should I put that static IP address as reserved via my router? My printer also has a static IP address as well.
  14. Gigawatt

    ARP poisoning / Duplicate IP Address

    Home Network: Yes Home with a public server? No DMZ involved? No Small business network? No Free WiFi? No What's connected? 12 devices (Phones, tablets, printers, laptops, smart tv, raspberry pi) Virus scans are a good idea but ARP stuff can also be actual attacks: Already did one and no threats found
  15. So my ESET prompted me with detected ARP cache positioning attack & duplicate IP addresses. Is there something I can do to be proactive about this?
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