For off-site backup purposes I am looking at putting a NAS in 2 places (my own and another) and having them sync. This can be done with rsync obviously, but I'm looking for a bit more security data-wise
Instead of going for a RAID (high-availability) sollution, I was hoping to achieve a history/incremental/time-machine effect, but I'm unable to find if that can be achieved for both machine.
my cable modem is at the far front corner of our 1 story house - i bought a diamondback repeater and put near the middle of the house. it works mostly great and provides coverage to most of the other half of the house... no real complaints other than it's a little spotty once you get outside.
But, i was wondering if an access point would work better?
This is a thread I was hoping Number Twelve would answer but anyone is welcome to chime in.
I have a fairly loud AC unit sitting next to my house. It is now 10 years old and has been about equally loud since my neighbor build his house next door. Before the house was built, there was nothing to reflect the sound so i don't remember how loud it was before the house was built.
I don't know about anyone else, But I'm starting to get really peeved at fox playing games with House MD. Since the new season started they bumped house week after week because of Baseball playoffs and the world series, then gave us a few episodes doled out every other week or so, not they haven't given use one for three weeks and wont until January 25th.
My house has longterm wi-fi issues which can not be solved apparently, so I need to get ethernet connections to a maximum of 8 rooms in the house through the Sky router downstairs...The router has 2 ports left available so what is best to do in this case. Should i get and connect 2x4 ethernet hubs or a 1x8 hub to the router.