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Denned

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About Denned

  • Title
    Living Legend
  • Birthday Feb 26, 1992

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    @MadsDegn

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  • Location
    10.13.37.4
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Computers, karting, networks amoung other things.
  • Occupation
    Network Crew @ NPF LAN - Onsite IT-supporter at a hospital

System

  • CPU
    Intel Core i9 9900K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Z390M Gaming Edge AC
  • RAM
    Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 2x16GB 3200MHz
  • GPU
    Gigabyte RTX 2080 Windorce OC
  • Case
    CaseLabs S5
  • Storage
    Samsung 970 Evo 1TB - Corsair MP510 2TB
  • PSU
    Corsair AX860i
  • Display(s)
    Alienware AW3418DW - Asus PG279Q
  • Cooling
    EK waterblock on CPU and GFX, D5 pump, Alphacool 360mm ST30, EK XE 240mm
  • Keyboard
    Ducky One 2 TKL
  • Mouse
    Logitech g502 Lightspeed - Zowie EC2-B
  • Sound
    Astro A50 Gen. 3
    Corsair Virtuoso SE
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro

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  1. Start with Cisco CCNA. Read the books, take the cert. Use CBT Nuggets or INE in addition to the books if needed. Even if you don't end up working with Cisco equipment. The learning material and certifications is much higher quality, and often more desired compared with certs from other vendors. Learning Python will also be a huge plus, and needed if Cisco Devnet sounds interresting to you.
  2. Monitors like the CHG90 supports picture by picture / picture in picture, if that's what you're after.
  3. They should probably move on from the past, before trying to server ties with it.
  4. If you wanted to disassemble the laptop, you could probably find some wierd adapter cables for the monitor and keyboard ribbons. Otherwise it's most likely a no. Check out Parsec for game streaming, if you havn't though.
  5. There's free DNS services like Cloudflare, but you would still need a domain name. Payed ones doesn't cost a lot, otherwise there's free alternatives like .tk But you don't actually need all that, if you're just want to set it up and try to get it working. You can just use a local domain with a local DNS server and set up your Exchange server with that. Now obviously it wont work outside your network. But you would be able set it up, and get it working with PC / mail clients on your local network.
  6. Your baby probably didn't sleep because it's a new born baby, and not because of your WIFI arrangement.
  7. You need both. And if you only have one single 8 pin, you should absolutly buy a better PSU.
  8. Depending on the ISP, the 4g network is probably just heavily NAT'ed in your country. Meaning the websites see a lot of traffic from the same IP. So to prevent spam / DDOS attacks etc. they up the countermeasures. And some may even just block out the IP, which is why you get the "Forbidden" message. When you restart your router, is pulls a new IP, and then you can access the site again. It shouldn't mean anything security wise. People who use VPN services might have encountered the same when going to Google.
  9. I've gotten a board with the shipping label slapped onto the motherboard box itself. And that was totally fine. I wouldn't worry about it.
  10. Right. My bad. Either way.. What are you getting on wired then?
  11. You're just looking at the link speed. It doesn't actually mean you will get anywhere near that speed. Hence the reason why it's theoretical. Also I very much doubt that you're getting 400 Mbps internet. You're most likely getting 400 Mbit internet. Which equates to 50 Mbps. Well below the capabilities of your equipment. You should use speedtest.net or fast.com to gauge your performance. The router and the wireless card in it self, shouldn't be the limiting factor. However wireless pollution, range and penetration will limit the performance.
  12. No way. Double that and you can get a LG27UL500 which is probably just about the cheapest 4k 27" monitor. Also 27" 4k is ridicules. Suggest 1440p instead.
  13. The only way is with a proff of purchase and then via Apple. I probably have about 30 iPads at work, because they're locked and the receipt have been lost.
  14. Intel 9260 is an AC card and AX200 as the name suggests is an AX / WIFI6 card. The AX200 only costs slightly more, so I don't see any reason not to go for that since it's newer and better. HOWEVER I've just upgraded my desktop machines with AX200's and I noticed that alot of the listings on Ebay mentioned the cards not working in Lenovo Thinkpad laptops. Like in this listing: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WiFi-6-AX200-AX200NGW-Wireless-802-11ax-2-4Gbps-WiFi-Bluetooth-5-0-Wireless-Card/392290846941?hash=item5b565b48dd:g:HI0AAOSwp0ZebHNq However I also know that some people have
  15. https://oldschool.runescape.wiki/w/Recipe_for_Disaster/Freeing_Evil_Dave It's basically like the game Mastermind. Like it says, you got the right amount of one color. Meaning you need to guess which one is correct, and then alter the amount of the other colors. I think you could just test a single color and then find the result that way.
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