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  Reply # 881067 19-Aug-2013 15:40
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lyonrouge: Samsung purge complete, along with some cabling changes and cheap Android device for the guest room.




And I thought I hoarded a lot of IT cr.p at home!  You win!   :-)









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  Reply # 881072 19-Aug-2013 15:50
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Hmmn, I must be doing something wrong, even with my recent updates my network looks spartan by comparison.

Draytek Vigor 120 pass through into ASUS AC66U with a Synology DS412+ NAS populated by four WD Red drives attached to the router. Pretty much everything feeds off the NAS.




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  Reply # 881119 19-Aug-2013 16:58
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PhantomNVD: ..


Bit late to the party here, but I was under the impression that running cat5 between buildings with a different grounding system was likely to cause oddball results due to the potential differences within the power supplies.




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  Reply # 881147 19-Aug-2013 18:15
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It's got a little more silly since then


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