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About Joshua_Meunier

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  • Birthday 1988-02-20

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    Brunswick, GA
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    Freelance Computer Support and Networking Specialist
  1. I would like to receive an SSD drive in order to create a cache with Squid on my pfSense box. Currently, my cache is part of my 32GB OS drive.
  2. I just seen that you stated that you say it does support it. Would you provide me with the model number of the network card so that I may look into it?
  3. I agree with your recommendations. I love my TP-LINK equipment. For my 8-port switch, I have the TL-SG1008D http://amzn.to/22hOVur.
  4. Have you tried uninstalling the network card in Device Management? If not, go to the Device Manager, click Network Adapters, right click your wifi adapter's name, click uninstall. It may prompt you, just click okay and don't uninstall drivers. Next, right click your computer's name in the Device Manager, click scan for changes.
  5. I recently repaired and upgraded an old HP ew4600 that had Windows XP Professional on it. It is being used by a security company to monitor cameras. Looking for them to take my recommendation on upgrading a few components to include graphics cards and memory.
  6. I had a desktop computer, but not sure what it was. I was only about 10 at the time. It was DOS based and only used 5 1/2" floppy disks to run programs. I miss that wizard game I played. "Go NORTH."
  7. Not the best network setup, but works with what I have. In the future, I look to upgrade everything to wired once I have to go ahead to drill holes in the building. I also look to upgrade my wiring to a minimum of CAT6. EDIT: I have modified my layout to now include LACP NAS server redundancy. This idea was taken from Linus from his video https://youtu.be/GHKRcSYPwPE?t=2m4s. I had a second NIC sitting in there doing nothing and now it is being used. Thanks Linus for providing a graphic. The LACP was implemented and tested. Works great. I need this for when I go to Japan so that I don't have any downtime.
  8. Should be 25MBps upstream and 6MBps downstream, but I know there's overhead to consider into this factor.