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How To: Fixing Router Intermittent Connection Drops

This is one of the most frustrating problems that a broadband user faces. The ISP will probably blame the router. The router vendor will probably blame the ISP. The solution usually lies somewhere in between, but no one seems to want to help. Random disconnect problems are generally hard to pin down because there are […]

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Powerline FAQ

Our Essential Wireless FAQ gets a lot of regular use. So we figured why not try the same thing for powerline networking? If you don’t see your question here, let me know. I can put it in the next FAQ article or in an update to this one. 1. Are all powerline adapters the same? […]

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VLAN How To: Segmenting a small LAN

Introduction What is a VLAN? Is it some sort of highly expensive technology or virtual reality? Not at all. VLANs are relatively simple, yet they offer a wide variety of options and capabilities to improve your network. VLAN, or Virtual LAN, is a technology that enables dividing a physical network into logical segments at Layer […]

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Upgrade OS paths

Upgrade Paths Existing OS Upgrade to Windows 2000? Upgrade to Windows XP? Windows 95 Yes No Windows 98 Yes Yes Windows ME No Yes Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Yes Yes Windows 2000 N/A Yes System Requirements: Windows 2000 Professional Hardware Minimum Recommended Processor Pentium 133 Pentium II or better Memory 64 MB 128 MB or […]

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Types of Memory

Type of Memory Description DRAM (Dynamic RAM) Memory that must be refreshed. SRAM (Static RAM) (L1, L2, L3) Does not require refresh. Used for cache memory. SDRAM (Synchronous Dynamic RAM) Synced with the CPU clock. 168-pin. DDR (Double Data Rate) SDRAM Data read on rising and falling edge of computer clock to double the bandwidth […]

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