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    • Bluetooth Range Extenders ? For those that have PM'd/emailed me regarding  Bluetooth Extenders, hopefully the below will be useful reference ------- If you ever wanted to extend your Bluetooth range, then try a BlueTooth Transmitter and Received, with a BlueTooth device and pair the device which then extends Bluetooth signal range. Key is to ensure Bluetooth standard is 5.0 and class 1 , to ensure maximum range, but ala...For those that have PM'd/emailed me regarding  Bl...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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      UK Sentinel

    • Where are Products / Routers Made ? Found this interesting site the other day - www.productfrom.com  Where Products Are Made? Think about things around you. Do you know where they have been manufactured? Your TV set? Your laptop? Your smartphone? Light bulbs in the living room? Your fridge in the kitchen? Your car in the garage? What about your vacuum? Or maybe your guitar? Your watch? Given these days the tensions with India an...Found this interesting site the other day - www.pr...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 2 months ago

      UK Sentinel

    • Modem and Router Emulators – Various Brands This post is to capture all the various wifi routers and modems emulators available via different manufacturers. Feel free to add ones you find also ASUS: RT-AX88U Emulator DSL-N16 (Emulator Link removed as causing to many problems with certain bots)This post is to capture all the various wifi route...

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    • G.fast Modem and G.fast Wifi Modem Router List G.fast Modem and G.fast Wifi Modem Router List. Ok, so I get the occasion PM/E-Mail  from people asking me about G.fast and devices Modems and Routers that are suitable for G.fast connectivity, so have produced a simple listing below and feel free to add to the list when new devices become available or incase I missed any ;-) Note: (some maybe not suitable for the UK) G.fast Modems DrayTeK Vig...G.fast Modem and G.fast Wifi Modem Router List. O...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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      UK Sentinel

    • DSL, Modem and Router Technical Terms and Abbreviations etc. DSL, Modem and Router Technical Terms and Abbreviations etc. (UKTechHub Wiki) Ok, so I am forever looking for what certain Networking/DSL Technical Abbreviations really mean, Wiki and other sites are very useful, but I have decided to create one of mine own, feel free to suggest others to which I will then also copy to main listing/page and happy to amend listings if you can provide a better (ma...DSL, Modem and Router Technical Terms and Abbrevia...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 9 months ago

      UK Sentinel

    • ZISA G100 g.fast cpe for BT ultrafast G.fast modem ZISA G100 g.fast cpe  for BT ultrafast G.fast modem Setup Guide: The instructions are very similar to how you configure the unlocked BT VDSL modems. Go to "Advanced Setup, WAN Service". Remove anything already there and Add a new entry as follows: Default Password should be Admin > admin (but not checked) Interface: ptm0 WAN service type: Bridging Service description: br_0_1_1.101 802.1P P...ZISA G100 g.fast cpe  for BT ultrafast G.fast mod...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 11 months, 4 weeks ago

      UK Sentinel

    • wikidev.com has moved to techinfodepot I was trying to find wikidev the other day for hardware specs on a router and noticed that I could not access wikidev, so tried again today and still no access. Long story short, Wikidev.com  has moved to http://en.techinfodepot.shoutwiki.com/wiki/Main_PageI was trying to find wikidev the other day for har...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 1 year, 1 month ago

      UK Sentinel

    • REIN vs SHINE: REIN vs SHINE: Repetitive Electrical Impulse Noise (REIN) is a term applied to some interference found on problematic DSL internet connections. The interference can be detected as electrical impulses on the physical telephone line on which the internet connection operates. REIN is particularly problematic as it can cause DSL modems to lose synchronisation and drop connection. REIN causes interfe...REIN vs SHINE: Repetitive Electrical Impulse Nois...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 1 year, 6 months ago

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    • Internet And Router Speed Query Hi All This may sound like a silly question but it's something I would like some clarification on before I spend out on a new router, and I'm hoping someone might be able to help me out. The question I have is whether anyone can tell me whether a routers performance and transfer speeds are dictated by the incoming broadband speed to it? For example, I am on a 80/20 FTTC broadband connection, doe...Hi All This may sound like a silly question but i...

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    • Understanding VDSL Band Status on DSL Log status page U0, U1, U2, D1, D2 & D3 At a very very basic level, VDSL Band Status, U0, U1, U2, D1, D2 & D3 are all different upstream and downstream frequency bands, each has a different attenuation because of the different frequencies. (Attenuation - 'the reduction of the force, effect, or value of something'.). In essence, the data is carried down or up the wire in three separate chunks (frequencies) On longer lines then t...At a very very basic level, VDSL Band Status, U0, ...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 2 years, 3 months ago

      UK Sentinel

    • Buffer Bloat – Bufferbloat Bufferbloat! is a phenomenon in packet-switched networks, in which excess buffering of packets causes high latency and packet delay variation (also known as jitter), as well as reducing the overall network throughput. When a router or switch is configured to use excessively large buffers, even very high-speed networks can become practically unusable for many interactive applications like Voice ove...Bufferbloat! is a phenomenon in packet-switched ne...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 2 years, 3 months ago

      UK Sentinel

    • Mikrotik Simulator RouterOS UI (GUI) Below is link to an Mikrotik Simulator (simulation) UI (GUI) and has all the standard Mikrotik firmware / RouterOS options such as System, Queues and CAPsMAN etc. http://demo.mt.lv/webfig/ UK SentinelBelow is link to an Mikrotik Simulator (simulation...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 2 years, 3 months ago

      UK Sentinel

    • TRENDnet WiFi / Route Simulator (emulator) Below is link to an TRENDnet Simulator (emulator) UI (GUI) and has all the standard TRENDnet firmware / RouterOS options such as Home, Setup Wizard and Advance etc. https://www.trendnet.com/products/emulators UK SentinelBelow is link to an TRENDnet Simulator (emulator) ...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 2 years, 3 months ago

      UK Sentinel

    • Third Party Custom Firmware Emulator (Simulator) Below is a list of third party firmware simulators (emulator) for wifi routers Custom Firmware UI DD-WRT Gargoyle OpenWRT Luci Tomato -Shibby (Only images no emulator) -Advanced -RAF UK SentinelBelow is a list of third party firmware simulators...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 2 years, 3 months ago

      UK Sentinel

    • ASUS Router ADMIN Password Length Incase anybody was wondering, currently ASUS RT and DSL Routers accept a maximum of 16 characters for password length ASUS ROUTER ADMIN PASSWORD LENGTH = 16 characters  UK SentinelIncase anybody was wondering, currently ASUS RT an...

      Started by: UK Sentinel

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    • 2 years, 3 months ago

      UK Sentinel

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