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I will answer questions on the following kinds of High Speed Internet connectivity; ISDN, Frame Relay, dedicated T1, higher speeeds such as DS3/OC3, wireless such as 802.11 and DSL. No questions on dialup V90 or Cable access. I can also answer questions on many types of Cisco routers, and a number of other brands of business routers as well.

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I am the technical manager of Internet Partners Inc. an ISP.


I've written a book titled "The FreeBSD Corporate Networker's Guide" published by Addison Wesley

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I am assuming by snaking a line through a wall you mean that they won't snake a line up inside of a wall.    One possible answer for you is to install innerdct - here is an example    http://store.cablesplususa

2016-06-27 Home Networking:

There is no CAT7 standard.   There is no way to know if switching from your ASUS AC5300 802.11ac router to an 802.11ac modem will improve anything unless you try it.  Normally I would say no.  However

2016-06-24 Malware on broadband device?:

All the malware out there for broadband routers is transient - it does not "save" itself to the router.  You reboot your router and it's gone - until the router is infected again.   Just update your router's

2016-04-28 San Diego broadband alternatives:

First question is - do you have servers at home that people on the Internet need to access regularly?    Second let's talk about connectivity speeds for a sec.  T1 is 1.5Mbt/sec.  DSL is maybe fast down

2016-03-01 Broadband outage:

When asking questions you need to indicate if this is DSL, Fiber, or Cable connectivity.  I'm going to assume it is fiber.  Basically going down with a power cycle fixing it is due to poorly designed equipment


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