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  # 1279515 9-Apr-2015 10:36
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permanantly connected or often used.....
just the one
Xbox360

very rarely used (maybe once per month, if that)
Samsung Tab
Samsung ph

wifi is unusable(poor signal) at the other end of my small 3 room house. Can only use it in the lounge/kitchen area .

Hmm, what to write...
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  # 1279519 9-Apr-2015 10:39
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WiFi
Router
Bedroom access point
Garage access point
Iphone 4 me
Iphone 4 wife
ipad
Surface
work laptop
Car Radio

Wired
16 other devices






Matthew


 
 
 
 


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  # 1279524 9-Apr-2015 10:45
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well

1x Sony TV
1x DTV Smart1 android based TV set top box
1x Galaxy Pocket
1x Lumia 635
1x Nexus 7 (2012)
1X Canon Printer 
?x however many friends me or my son have here at any given time 

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Master Geek


  # 1279527 9-Apr-2015 10:50
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Wired
Main PC/server
CCTV server
Minecraft server
Daughter's PC
Apple TV 3
Apple TV 2
32" Samsung TV
46" Samsung TV
Onkyo Home Theater
Playstation 3
Paradox Home Alarm

Wifi
Other Daughter's PC
iPhone 6
iPhone 6+
iPad 2
iPad mini
iPhone 4S (oldest daughter)
Pebble remote for Aircon
Wife's Laptop from work on occasion

And that's about it, Probably forgot something

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  # 1279529 9-Apr-2015 10:52
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Wified
3 Phones

3 Tablets

PS vita

Sometimes a laptop

If it's not mobile it get a hard wired connection

for hard wired

3 Tivo's
2 Tv's
2 Bluerays
Alarm
wifi extender
2 PC's
2 x NAS


and many more I can't think of right off the top of my head

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Uber Geek


  # 1279530 9-Apr-2015 10:57
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My lappie
Wife's lappie
Son's lappie
Other son's lappie (currently out of action)
TiVo
Chromecast
PS4
Wii
My phone
Wife's phone
2x sons' phones
2x kindles
Samsung tablet
Wife's work lappie sometimes
Printer
Occasional visitor phones and lappies


Of course, while all of them connect, they aren't all connected at once, and there wouldn't normally be more than 5-6 in active use at any point.


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  # 1279532 9-Apr-2015 10:58
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1 x Chromecast
1 x printer
1 x ipad (wife)
1 x ipod touch (daughter)
1 x samsung galaxy tab (me)
2 x phones samsung S3 mini and S3(wife and I)
1 x kindle

Playstation, TV's, PC is all wired.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1279541 9-Apr-2015 11:27
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Wired:
Sony TV
PS3
WDTV Live
Denon receiver
Z-Wave home automation controller
Vodafone Sure Signal femtocell

Wifi:
2 x HP laptops
HP printer
Logitech UE radio
iPad
iPad mini
2 x kindles
2 x windows phones
2 x iPhones (sometimes)

Plus all the bluetooth and z-wave flying around - it's no wonder my brain's fuzzy even before I drink.




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  # 1279542 9-Apr-2015 11:30
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mclean: no wonder my brain's fuzzy even before I drink.


Nah, probably just because you need a drink

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  # 1279543 9-Apr-2015 11:31
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Where I'm currently staying, we have the following (that I'm aware of):

2 x Desktop PC's
2 x laptops
1 x smartphone

1 laptop and tablet on occasion


So definitely not as many as some members here!

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  # 1279544 9-Apr-2015 11:32
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1 x Printer
3 x laptops
2 x TiVo's
3 x iPhones
3 x iPads
1 x TV
1 x Xbox1

+ variety of regular visitor devices.  I think last time I looked there were over 30 devices registered 

Damn!  






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  # 1279551 9-Apr-2015 11:44
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So, there's the modem/router, and pretty much permanently connected via wifi are:
 - 1 x HP desktop PC
 - 1 x Canon printer

If we're home, most of the following items are also probably connected at any given time:
 - 1 x HP laptop PC
 - 2 x Apple iPads
 - 1 x Apple iPhone 4S
 - 1 x HTC One M7
 - 1 x Samsung Galaxy SIII
 - 1 x Google Chromecast

Of the nine devices listed above it's likely only two or three or four would actually be in use at any given time, but wifi is switched on on most devices so they connect pretty much as soon as we walk in the door.

My Sony blu ray player also connects to the wifi, but only when I tell it to check for firmware updates, etc.


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  # 1279565 9-Apr-2015 12:25
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1x Router
4x laptops
1x media laptop
1x Desktop PC
1x printer
1x iPad
1x Samsung tablet
6x mobile phones
1x Chromecast
3x Bluray players

20 items, for 3 of us

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Ultimate Geek


  # 1279566 9-Apr-2015 12:28
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4 ipads
4 laptops
3 desktops
2 xbox 360s
1 xbox one
1 Ps3
1 PSP 
1 Nintendo3ds
1 ipod
4 phones
1 Tivo 
1 TV 
1 amplifier
1 apple TV
1 surface pro 3
2 printers
2 kindles

that seems to be 31 devices with 5 in the house (3 kids)

Router is a Netgear Nighthawk X6 R8000 (stands up to it pretty well!).





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Master Geek


  # 1279577 9-Apr-2015 12:45
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In a flat of 6 (lol)

3x Desktops
5x Laptops
7x Phones
3x Consoles
1x Chromecast
1x Samsung Tablet

And of course any guests...

Have a server, NAS, AMP plus a UniFi AP plugged into the modem.

Peak simultaneously was 17 according to the UniFi controller.

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