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Denned

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    Denned got a reaction from Hilfen088 in Need networking experience   
    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.
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    Denned got a reaction from LAwLz in Need networking experience   
    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.
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    Denned got a reaction from Lurick in Need networking experience   
    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.
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    Denned got a reaction from sub68 in Worst Tech mistake you have ever made?   
    Made a ghetto fan speed reducer when I was younger. However I switched around the wrong cables around. Which ended up burning half the rubber insulation off the cables on my noname PSU. Not sure, but that might have been the reason why I bought my first proper PSU, the Corsair HX620. Which is still running in my sisters PC today. :)
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    Denned got a reaction from pythonmegapixel in Intel to revamp corporate identity. New Core logos!   
    They should probably move on from the past, before trying to server ties with it.
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    Denned reacted to StDragon in Cyberpunk 2077 will only run with DirectX 12   
    Windows 7 EOL with extended support ending on January 14, 2020. You can get Extended Security Updates (ESU) through 2023, but you have to pay for that per device per year with an increase in cost each year after the next. This is for corporations that have a lot of legacy in-house development that still needs time to migrate off of and onto Windows 10.
     
    If a game developer wants to code for an older OS, that's on them. But for everyone else, you should either migrate to Windows 10, or use Linux.
     
    Also worth noting, Microsoft gave everyone a free year to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10. So none have any excuses at this point. You willfully missed it, move on!
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    Denned got a reaction from johnyb98 in mails with no public IP   
    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.
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    Denned got a reaction from dalekphalm in 5Ghz Wifi causing sleeping disorders?   
    Your baby probably didn't sleep because it's a new born baby, and not because of your WIFI arrangement.
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    Denned got a reaction from Kilrah in 5Ghz Wifi causing sleeping disorders?   
    Your baby probably didn't sleep because it's a new born baby, and not because of your WIFI arrangement.
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    Denned got a reaction from Kilrah in Few Questions about 4G Wireless Broadband   
    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.
     
  11. Informative
    Denned got a reaction from ricardodacp in Upgrade Thinkpad E495 wifi+BT card   
    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 bought the card from that listing and they've worked without problems in their T and X series Thinkpads.
    So if you want the AX card you probably need to Google around to see if anyone have tried it, or buy the AC card if you just want it to work.
     
     
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    Denned got a reaction from Sir Asvald in Oldschool RS. Freeing Evil Dave - RFD   
    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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    Denned got a reaction from robotix2211 in csgo and css stuttering after change from rx590 to rtx2070   
    There's a general problem with stuttering in csgo right now.
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    Denned got a reaction from myselfolli in Need help: Multiple system hookup   
    KVM Switch is what you're looking for
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    Denned got a reaction from brightgamer in Recommendations Curved monitor   
    That's fair. Just wanted to mention it because of the price difference.
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    Denned got a reaction from angristan in Any feedback on G-Sync for the LG 27UK/27UL monitors?   
    I used it with a 2080, and that worked as intended as far as I could tell.
    AFAIK, IF the monitor works. I believe the range that it works with, should be the same on both AMD and Nvidia. And generally on Freesync the range is going to be smaller than a proper gsync monitor. Like your last quote mentions, all LG monitors you list. They should all work within 40-60hz, which isn't alot. But that range is going to be the same on both AMD and Nvidia.
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    Denned got a reaction from angristan in Any feedback on G-Sync for the LG 27UK/27UL monitors?   
    They should all work. I had the 27UL500 and it worked.
    If they're listed under g-sync compatible, it's because NVIDIA tested that specific monitor. They can't test every single monitor, so when it isn't on that list, it doesn't necessarily mean they wont work.
    It's still officially supported, they just wont promish anything.
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    Denned got a reaction from PositiveRaisin2 in Blower Style Rad??   
    https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Liquid-Cooling/Hydro-Series™-H5-SF-Low-Profile-Liquid-CPU-Cooler/p/CW-9060023-WW
     
    This?
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    Denned reacted to AbsoluteFool in Reverse Proxy   
    Why don't add both websites to one server? change the server to "example.com" "example2.com" you're web server will serve the correct website.
     
    In apache this would be something like
    <VirtualHost *:80>
    ServerName example.com
    documentroot /var/www/example
    </VirtualHost>
     
    <VirtualHost *:80>
    ServerName example2.com
    documentroot /var/www/example2
    </VirtualHost>
     
    You can also install Let's Encrypt instead of buying SSL certificates which is completely pointless unless you're gonna get an EV certificate. 
     
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    Denned got a reaction from unijab in Setting Up PiHole on a PC   
    Install Linux on it and run:
    curl -sSL https://install.pi-hole.net | bash That's it. Guide
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    Denned got a reaction from Stormseeker9 in 95-100c temps with brand new NZXT x72   
    The block isn't mounted correctly. Take it off and try mounting it again.
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    Denned got a reaction from andrewmp6 in Liquid Choice Driving me nuts   
    There's something seriously wrong if you can manage to have your liquid fail in less than 6 months. (Maybe except Mayhems Aurora or Promochill Vue)
    If you have decent parts, and did atleast a little bit of cleaning prior to filling it with any liquid, you shouldnt have problems.
    Mayhems or EK liquids would be great. Just please stay far away from Thermaltake liquids.
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    Denned got a reaction from flibberdipper in CAT8 Ethernet Cables   
    You could have saved a ton of money and gone with cat5e or cat6 and had the same experience. You're just running 1gig instead of 100mbit
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    Denned got a reaction from boey in CAT8 Ethernet Cables   
    You could have saved a ton of money and gone with cat5e or cat6 and had the same experience. You're just running 1gig instead of 100mbit
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