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  #1729868 4-Mar-2017 13:50
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Congrats @hio77! Enjoy. You now need to out-troll @bartender showing it working on your rural 300baud dialup connection.





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  #1729869 4-Mar-2017 13:51
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michaelmurfy:

 

Congrats @hio77! Enjoy. You now need to out-troll @bartender showing it working on your rural 300baud dialup connection.

 

 

indeed... now to plan.... :3





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  #1729871 4-Mar-2017 13:53
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michaelmurfy: Congrats @hio77! Enjoy. You now need to out-troll @bartender showing it working on your rural 300baud dialup connection. 

 

What he said :-)


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  #1729875 4-Mar-2017 13:56
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Awesome @hio77 - great to see it go to a deserving GZer cool


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  #1729902 4-Mar-2017 14:08
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michaelmurfy:

 

Congrats @hio77! Enjoy. You now need to out-troll @bartender showing it working on your rural 300baud dialup connection.

 

 

Never happen bro... It was rigged.. rigged I tell ya. Trump was right the whole time.

 

 

 

If he can sort out a speedtest over a parallel port ethernet adapter then I will feel suitably trolled. 10 Base 2 Coax into an AUI connector would suffice too. Over a single B channel ISDN would be good.

 

Over Telecom CDMA or Woosh TD-CDMA I would be well impressed.

 

 

 

Dialup on the other hand is easy as it just needs a dialup modem as Dialup is still a product.

 

 

 

True trolling requires obscure completely outdated hardware.





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  #1729908 4-Mar-2017 14:23
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BarTender: 10 Base 2 Coax into an AUI connector would suffice too.

 

I actually threw one out a couple of months back, not thinking I would need it soon to troll @bartender and @hio77 yell

 

EDIT: actually, I could have swapped it with @hio77's new RB3011 - 10Base2 has all the capacity he'll ever use tongue-out


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  #1733233 8-Mar-2017 19:35
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EDIT: actually, I could have swapped it with @hio77's new RB3011 - 10Base2 has all the capacity he'll ever use tongue-out

 

 

oh pls, i recently went up by another 10mbit alone!

 

 

 

had a panic txt sent to me today... "a meter long box just arrived for you! its massive"

 

 

Initial thoughts, its tiinny and light for a 1U!

 

 

 

Finally in my hands, it is not a troll afterall! Thank you again @michaelmurfy @freitasm





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  #1733270 8-Mar-2017 20:07
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Nice!


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  #1733274 8-Mar-2017 20:14
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Initial thoughts, its tiinny and light for a 1U!

 

Pull off the cover and you'll see why ;)





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  #1733319 8-Mar-2017 21:17
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External PSU always saves a bit of weight


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