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Daniel Johnson
Wireless Architect. Independent thinker. External antenna enthusiast. Redneck. Young old man. All my tweets are belong to me. Get off my lawn.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 17
That works.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 17
I'm a local and will be on-site in Smyrna tomorrow. Happy to meet up for lunch with with whoever can attend. Always trying to meet more WiFi folks. Let me know.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 17
Bored Ridgeback taking in the scenery on a road trip through the Smokey Mountains!
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Daniel Johnson Jun 14
I was mostly being smart alec. I use the 192.0.2.1 IP from some Cisco best practices doc I read 8 years ago. That's probably not safe anymore either lol.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 14
Could've used this a couple weeks ago lol.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 14
Replying to @rowelldionicio
I also see alot of 3.3.3.3 which is clearly superior.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 13
What happened to the days of the support rep actually reading the detail you put into the ticket rather than assuming you're a moron and sending you a generic e-mail that implies you haven't attempted even the most basic of troubleshooting steps?
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Daniel Johnson Jun 10
Replying to @TheCMReed
The problem is people still buy it and don't demand better.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 8
Your ISP's lines being bad is definitely the worst. Nothing you can do to fix that except switch, if you have the option, and hope the other guy is better. I've gravitated towards newer fiber services because the infra is newer. Not an option for everyone though.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 8
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Daniel Johnson Jun 8
Replying to @WIFI_NC
I dont believe so. It's all template/profile based from what I know.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 8
Replying to @VergesFrancois
Believe me. I heard a few where the author REALLY needed to pay someone else for the narration. :) But, I agree that it's better when it works.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 8
Apple is known to not actually repair anything. They just replace essentially all of the components whether it's needed or not. They often charge you the same or more than buying a new one.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 8
Replying to @revolutionwifi
What I want to know is why 40MHz channels on 2.4GHz are actually a configurable option on ANY equipment.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 8
It's mostly about making sure you're on a clean channel. DFS channels tend to be cleanest in the home environment. But, most consumer grade stuff won't let you configure it. You'll have to buy your own AP like Ubiquiti. Some *small* % or clients dont support them.
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Daniel Johnson Jun 7
Not sure I'd survive. I'm pretty mouthy. :)
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Daniel Johnson Jun 7
I've never attended an ECSE class. Your video bashed my hopes and dreams and ruined my life...But, good content nonetheless!
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Raymond Hendrix Jun 6
So it turns out 300+ vr goggles and their Bluetooth controller do cause some interference in 2.4...
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Daniel Johnson Jun 6
Replying to @TheCMReed
Apple is smoking some strong stuff with these price points. It's just straight insanity. The specs are unbelievably unimpressive for the price tag. I'm also not sure they can command these prices with the software missteps as of late.
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Devin Akin Jun 5
Challenge accepted. I have $100 that says I can trip their DFS with a false positive. Anyone kool-aid drinkers out there who are willing to lose their $100?
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