It looks like the wifi client is only connecting at 802.11g or 802.11a (54Mbit). Is that client capable of 802.11n/ac and wider channel width?
Posts made by marcinozga
RE: Getting ready to spec new desktops
What's A chip? AMD?
It doesn't really matter for light usage, but Photoshop and InDesign users need real horsepower, you need to spec it like a CAD or 3D workstation, Photoshop will happily use workstation graphics card, I'm not sure about InDesign, it's possible newer version use hardware acceleration too. You don't have to throw Xeons at them, but high end CPUs are definitely in order. And tons of memory, 16GB+
RE: Cloudflare 301/2 Redirects ...
DNS doesn't do url redirects, that's the role for web server. Point both domains at you web host and do redirects there.
I don't know if Squarespace gives you enough control to be able to setup redirects. Hosting website there is a horrible idea anyway, I'd stay away from those website builders as far as you can.
RE: MS Audit???
I got few emails from them too, it says somewhere that these audits are voluntary so I basically told them to pound sand and never to call me again. They did about a year later, and they got the same replay. I actually told them they'd have to pay me $300/h to do the audit, I won't do their work for free.
RE: PHP FPM vs MOD PHP
@Emad-R I use it with Nginx all the time, I use it with Apache too, but I couldn't tell you about performance difference because I never bothered to benchmark it.
As for separation, I do use it in separate docker containers, I think all my instances connect to Nginx. The only place I use it with Apache is on the same VPS, but I see no reason you couldn't separate them and use TCP to connect.
RE: Has anyone tried Lazy Librarian / Calibre / GoodReads setup?
LazyLibrarian will search and initiate downloads of books, and once download completes it will add it to Calibre library. It's not a software to manage you collection of purchased books, its purpose is to find books on usenet and torrent sites and send these to download clients. It's like Sonarr or Radarr, but for ebooks.
RE: Miscellaneous Tech News
They got caught shipping malware in their products in the past, so it's not unreasonable to suspect them again. Especially when another high ranking employee gets arrested for espionage: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/huawei-poland-wang-weijing_us_5c3b032ae4b0e0baf53e254b
RE: EdgeOS 2 released
Just a quick update, that firmware bricked my router. I was unable to rollback to 1.10.8, and yesterday router brought my entire network down, probably causing packet storm. Every time I'd plug router into the network, non of the devices would communicate, and resetting router to factory settings didn't help either.