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2012-03-12 05:43 PM
mauricetgol wrote: Is there an explenation why the speed has to be so bad (7 Megabytes/s filetransfer, 4 MB/s sabnzb)?
mauricetgol wrote: I was thinking about buying an NAS (synologic) but in a forum they mention that you have to pay a lot to get a good download speed (sabnzb @ 15 megabytes/s).
2012-03-12 06:17 PM
mauricetgol wrote: Thanks I am going to try it this weekend.
Is there an explenation why the speed has to be so bad (7 Megabytes/s filetransfer, 4 MB/s sabnzb)?
I was thinking about buying an NAS (synologic) but in a forum they mention that you have to pay a lot to get a good download speed (sabnzb @ 15 megabytes/s).
2012-03-14 12:08 PM
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2012-03-15 03:47 PM
Zapper_Weisman wrote: I know how guest networking works. This is NOT that. I am talking about accessing the router from a wired PC and having the web interface not respond and eventually become unfindable by browsers when certain values are changed within the guest networking tab. This has nothing to do with what you said. I am not accessing the routers web interface wirelessly. It does not apply.
2012-03-15 11:32 PM
2012-03-24 01:37 PM
Zapper_Weisman wrote: Again...this is not the problem. I can change the settings in guests, logout of the router and leave it for a few minutes, go to login (plenty of time to "refresh"), enter the password and then it shows the menus on the left and in the right portion where the actual settings would be there is just that little loading star. After about 5-10 minutes the browser can no longer find 192.168.1.1 at all until I hard reset defaults on the router. When I reset to defaults and changed just the guest tab options this occurred every time. When I changed everything else and left the guest network options completely unchanged the problem has not come back. I can reproduce this perfectly every time.
Changing the guest network settings causes the web interface to become inaccessible. Leaving them alone causes the problem not to occur in the first place. Either I am not explaining this correctly or no one is actually reading what I say.
2012-03-26 09:35 PM
2012-03-27 12:29 PM
revbell wrote: I had a question if their is the wrong place let me know.
I updated to the new firmware and now I can no longer use the ReadySHARE printer function on my MacBook Air 10.7.3. The USB control panel is no longer working, I can see the printer and click it to connect but get the error message that the connection failed.
If any one else has a mac connected this way and it is still working please let me know so I can try to find out what I need to fix this error.
Thank you in advance to anyone who can help.
2012-04-04 07:15 AM
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