Hi Art. That's a good question. In this kind of case, is there any kind of sticker on the server itself? The reason I ask is sometimes systems that are preloaded with the Operating System by default
Not sure what you have heard. The longest range for WiFi is the AC spec and that is nowhere near a Kilometer. If WiFi ranges ever get near kilometer range it will be more from the router then the machine
Apologies for the delay. I think I have an idea, but pivot queries are (to my way of thinking) such unintuitive things that I always have to "play around" with them. Can you do me a favor and respond
Depends on the ship. For example, Royal Caribbean Cruise lines just launched a cruise liner that does offer cell and WiFi connections, even at sea. But the ship has to be capable of pulling data down from
I can't give you detailed instructions, but if going to 192.168.1.1 doesn't get you into the router's setup page, then the router is assigned a different IP address. You have to find out what that is.