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Topic # 184053 9-Nov-2015 02:52
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Good Morning all!

I found this forum whist searching for some answers to a 'thinking outside the box' DIY networking task, and although I am literally the other side of the world, the members of this forum seem more clued up than those of another couple I stumbled across.

Although passionate about the projects I embark, all of my limited networking knowledge is self taught, and I think that is half the fun.

looking forward to chatting with some of you,

many thanks,

Matt.

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  Reply # 1423404 9-Nov-2015 02:52
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  Reply # 1423417 9-Nov-2015 05:38
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Kia Ora Mate, welcome to GZ.

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  Reply # 1423430 9-Nov-2015 08:06
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What was the problem you were trying to solve?




Try my latest project, a Cisco type 5 enable secret password cracker written in javascript!

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  Reply # 1423450 9-Nov-2015 09:01
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Welcome to Geekzone!

Sometimes it is helpful having some brains on tap on the other side of the world so you can get some fresh ideas while you sleep (or while you are panicking late at night). I've certainly phoned the UK support numbers for some of our software suppliers a number of times when the local office has closed.




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  Reply # 1424765 10-Nov-2015 21:41
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freitasm: Welcome to Geekzone!


Thank you for the welcome :)



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  Reply # 1424766 10-Nov-2015 21:43
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pdath: What was the problem you were trying to solve?


Hi, still not allowed to post links yet, but one was remote accessing a mobile WiFi device, the other to do with PoE cables.



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  Reply # 1424785 10-Nov-2015 21:45
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Dynamic: Welcome to Geekzone!

Sometimes it is helpful having some brains on tap on the other side of the world so you can get some fresh ideas while you sleep (or while you are panicking late at night). I've certainly phoned the UK support numbers for some of our software suppliers a number of times when the local office has closed.


Thank you.
That's a very good way of looking at, effectively a 24h help desk! ;).

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