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 Post subject: Re: What's on Your Home Network?
New postPosted: Thu Mar 11, 2010 11:03 pm 

I thought that screen shot looked familiar. I have had Network Magic for a long time. Apparently it has joined with Linksys. I first got the Network Magic from my D-Link Router software. Network Magic really does make home networking easy. I am not a paid spokesman, just a believer. :D
I would send my screen shot of Network Magic, but I really don't know how to do it.


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 Post subject: Re: What's on Your Home Network?
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Sorry, it's taken me a long time to get this together, but here's my home network. Image



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Sorry, no fancy drawings:
Network Setup:
Linksys Cable Modem
Linksys WRT54GS Router- Running DD-WRT

Wired:
Home built Desktop
Old Gateway setup as NAS server - Running FreeNAS
2 Blackberry Storms

WiFi:
2 HP Laptops
1 Dell Laptop
1 Compaq Laptop
1 Sony Viao Laptop
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Finally have got it working so that the entire house has good quality wireless and everything is connected and shared.



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Pretty fanciful setup;

..or crowded ._.

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Mike wrote:
Sorry, it's taken me a long time to get this together, but here's my home network. Image

You still running that VAIO Mike? That's gotta be getting pretty old now. How's it holding up? Mine is almost 4 years old and doing well thus far. Just hoping the screen (most expensive component these days) holds out a couple more years!



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Rich wrote:
Mike wrote:
Sorry, it's taken me a long time to get this together, but here's my home network. Image

You still running that VAIO Mike? That's gotta be getting pretty old now. How's it holding up? Mine is almost 4 years old and doing well thus far. Just hoping the screen (most expensive component these days) holds out a couple more years!


Funny you ask! It was definitely still going strong, with a few quirks. The battery of course died long ago, so the laptop has been tethered to the wall like a patient on a dialysis machine. The touch pad quit working about 2 months ago, and it boots slower these days. I think the HDD may finally be giving out. However, it was still my primary machine until 2 days ago, and has been through 4 versions of Windows (shipped with XP, Vista, 7, and 8 DP) and run them all like a champ.

I bought a MacBook air on Friday. It's the best Windows machine I've ever owned. The touchpad and keyboard rock, the battery lasts all day, it has a great screen, and best of all the core i7 and SSD fly. Highly recommend. I still can't believe that they packed everything in a PC that thin!



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