technology in networking, development, and support

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Multiple IP addresses with one network card

In windows, there a quite a few reasons to have multiple ip addresses. Whether you are setting up new equipment or just running connectivity tests.
Many people recommend setting up multiple NICs and either bridging the or running them seperately.
However, when we need a secondary address it’s normally just for a brief period of time …

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Quick fix – stop multitasking on iPhone 4

With the release of iOS 4 on the new iPhone came multitasking. A much delayed feature on the iPhone to ensure it was ‘done right’.
Now that we’ve had a chance to use it for the last few weeks, we noticed immediately it’s not conventional multitasking. Some programs react differently to it. Pandora …

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Review AT&T MicroCell – No reception? Buy it.

AT&T’s new MicroCell device is a Cisco branded device that connects to your internet connection (DSL, Cable, etc.) and provides 3G and cell phone reception up to 5000 sq ft from the device.  T-mobile attempted something similar years ago with its @home service that required you to purchase a T-mobile branded linksys router and charged …

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Find software keys that are in use on your PC

There are quite a few different software applications that do a great job at finding software keys in the Windows registry.
We found this as the easiest, quick and dirty way to scrounge up our Office 2007 key and a few others that we already had to verify.
Download this key finder at http://www.magicaljellybean.com/keyfinder/