Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited


About AdamIsaacLang

  • Title
    Now I am Become Death, Destroyer of Worlds.

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Interests
    Taking over the world.
  • Occupation
    Rapid prototyping electronics and Web development.


  • CPU
    5820K @ 4.4GHz
  • Motherboard
    EVGA X99 Micro
  • RAM
    32GB Vengance LPX
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1080 SC ACX
  • Case
    Enthoo Evolv MATX
  • Storage
    256GB 850 Pro
  • PSU
    Silverstone Strider 750w Gold
  • Cooling
    H100i GTX

Recent Profile Visitors

3,913 profile views
  1. Ubiquiti has a 10G switch that's $600 now. It has 4 10Gbps Base-T and 12 SFP+ 10G ports. While it is 3x more expensive than the Asus switch it does have 14 more 10Gbps ports. https://www.ubnt.com/edgemax/edgeswitch-16-xg/ https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1267265-REG/ubiquiti_networks_es_16_xg_edgeswitch_16_10g.html
  2. Load balancing does not combine internet for double speed. I splits up the traffic to each WAN line. You can set it up so it exclusively sends a device to one line or the other. This is the only way you're going to be able to have the two PCs on the same LAN while having to different WAN lines.
  3. You'll have to build a pfsense box to do load balancing for the internet connection. Then just put the third router in the same DHCP pool/subnet as the main router.
  4. A2 is the best for easy setup if you have some technical knowledge otherwise Squarespace if you want everything done for you.
  5. HD 4000 IIRC on laptops is limited to 1900x1200 at 60Hz via HDMI. It also depends which version of HDMI 1.4 it is. Just 1.4, 1.4a, or 1.4b.
  6. Pretty much the same idea here; just a differnet GUI. http://www.podfeet.com/blog/tutorials-5/how-to-configure-verizon-fios-router-to-give-network-control-to-airport-extreme/
  7. If your router is plugged into theirs then you have to double NAT the network so you can use yours in conjunction with theirs. Otherwise clone the MAC of their Actiontec and plug in yours in place of it with the same WAN config.
  8. Find somebody that cast resin locally and contact them. It shouldn't be too expensive since you're not using a ton of resin.
  9. The glass has to be molten so that wouldn't work. You could get some resin and cast it yourself. But honestly for what you'll be spending on all the resin you're better off getting someone to do it locally. Not to mention that it's a pain to get bubbles out without a pressure chamber.
  10. Quantum Dot monitors are going to be awesome. But come on Samsung; a 24" and 27" curved 16:9 1080p monitor is useless. Now if they release a 34" curved 1440p ultrawide that's Quantum Dot then shut up and take my money.
  11. You can plug them directly into each other with a cross-over cable or manually assign static IPs on a dumb/smart switch as there's no DHCP. Otherwise you need a layer 3 device with DHCP for auto config.
  12. Get a phone line splitter and run a cable to your room. Then just get the cheapest phone with caller ID.
  13. I never said it was for the faint of heart. But if this got enough traction then it could become a cheap service with consumer routers starting to support it. Just like how DDNS became a thing on consumer hardware.
  14. With OpenBSD you can build it from the ground up quite easily.
  15. Well it's not really bonding (link aggregation). But rather a VPN router that splits the packets then forwards it to the server. Honestly you could do this with a pfSense box and your own VPS for a hell of a lot cheaper. My guess is that after somebody in the pfSense community sees this video they'll build an open source solution. Rendering iTel pretty useless except for the people who have more money than brains and can be bothered to setup something.