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  2. Moving is not the simplest thing for anybody, and that's the reason why it's very important to associate with moving companies that understand and know the intricacies of interstate movements. Owing to that, Best-Movers came into existence to help clients associate with fully-vetted and thoroughly qualified local and long-distance movers in addition to provide a one-stop source for all the suggestions you need to get a smooth and successful relocation.At Best-Movers. Com, we've made it a priority to assist our clients to obtain the best local and long distance moving businesses. Launched in New York State in 2008, we have helped thousands of clients to have quotes for their own local or long-distance movements, allowing every client to get quotes according to a range of variables.https://best-movers.com/best-long-distance-movers-in-georgia
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  5. Probably a historical relic? UniFi doesn't use Java at all. It isn't designed as a standalone a la carte system (buying just one or a few AP's). The key architectural benefit of UniFi is that is uses an Enterprise (some may say "Enterprise-like") centralized management model using an integrated web console to manage all their devices. From a "single pane of glass" you can manage Unifi Switches, Access Points, Security Gateway/Router, etc. Although individual products come close to "best of breed" on their own merits (and most exceed the typical consumer products like Eero, Orbi, etc.) I wouldn't suggest anyone try UniFi unless they are interested in a unified view of their network and/or plan on using at least some of their gear beyond simple AP's. Honestly, the systems to compare it to are Cisco, Open Mesh, Ruckus, Meraki, etc. In that league of product, UniFi is the only one that is widely available to consumers, doesn't require restrictive dealer training/authorization, and be purchased one piece at a time. In the consumer space, it is really suitable for the power user / hacker /expert that hates hardware that hides or limits features, considers the user "stupid" that needs to be protected from themselves, etc. Whereas with a Cisco or traditional gear you are going to have learn a cryptic, proprietary command line language and an entire philosophy of operation to configure and get the most out of the gear, Unifi can be completely installed and operated by very straightforward mobile apps or a nice full-size web browser. Uber users can SSH to any UniFi gear and have direct command line access to a real Unix/Linux kernel - if you know what you are doing, you can install your own modules and reconfigure anything - even things not exposed in the regular GUI web interface. Having said that, many of their products can be used as "dumb" hardware devices if you don't actually configure them (e.g. they have a nice line of 8-port PoE Smart Ethernet switches, but if you just plug them in and use them they work fine as "dumb" switches.) In particular, the AP's by themselves can be set up in "standalone mode" with a few clicks of their smartphone app. You don't get all the benefits of the centralized management system, but you can do it (I say don't; stick with Eero or other things if you aren't going to use real capability of UniFi).
  6. nrf

    Windows 10 'October' 2018 Update

    I'm sorry that I let that tip spill out of my cache. I should keep notes when I fix things rather than hoping to re-find the answer.
  7. I used to have a UniFi UAP-AC as Wi-Fi access points but it was a pain to administer (always had Java issues and couldn’t just configure it easily with any PC or Mac). Plus, wasn’t happy with its performance. Maybe there are better models and software these days, but my past experience left a bad impression for me. I havent yet tried Synology’s latest Safe Access software. I hope to set it up soon. At one point, I thought of getting Disney’s Circle, but I was afraid of adding a potential unknown to my network in terms of stability. As things stand now, not sure what implications there are of setting up a mesh network with managed switches in my LAN. I know some mesh networks don’t work well with managed swotches’ STP. Don’t know if it may be an issue or not with Synology, but some mesh networks from other vendors have issues with managed switches.
  8. Below is Synology’s official procedure for configuring MR2200ac with Ethernet backhaul: https://www.synology.com/en-global/knowledgebase/SRM/tutorial/Network/How_do_I_deploy_a_Wi_Fi_system_via_Ethernet_cable I have a Synology RT2600ac as my primary router and two MR2200ac to extend my network. I added the first MR2200ac successfully with Ethernet backhaul. Performance is great and roaming works really well. However, I’m having trouble adding the second one. I have a support ticket opened against Synology. The MR2200ac is very new so I think setup is rough around the edges and I expect it to improve as firmware matures. I really like the Synology SRM interface. Also, I like how the RT2600ac supports two WAN interfaces. I use a cable modem as my primary interface and LTE as my backup interface, so if my cable modem connectivity goes down, the LTE hotspot takes over automatically. It’s rare that my cable modem connectivity goes down, but I’s so dependent on Internet access that its great to have automatic failover.
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  10. Paulwarwicker

    FreeNAS on Gen8

    It did. Interesting. I was unaware of portainer. That looks very useful, thanks. I also found this https://github.com/davestephens/ansible-nas which I will be trying out in a separate VM. Are you using the ODD port for a SATA disk? Do you have all bays in use? -paul
  11. Trig0r

    32GB RAM in HP Microserver gen8

    Gen8 does not, and will not, support more than 16Gb RAM...
  12. muscleflex

    32GB RAM in HP Microserver gen8

    Hi all, Sorry to post on here (I hope I don't get in trouble?!) But is this memory compatible? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/302962292083 I just purchased it but my system hangs at 90% boot.... :(
  13. schoondoggy

    HP Gen 8 which raid card?

    If you already have a P420 stay with that. Update the firmware and you should be good.
  14. stretch

    HP Gen 8 which raid card?

    Hi I have a Gen 8 V1 which i'm going to use for virtualisation, currently it has a HP P420 card in it, should I stick with that or is there a better compatible card I should use?
  15. I want to know about Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Support. Can Anyone Please tell me about this?
  16. raulico

    FreeNAS on Gen8

    i did it, without problems, the only difference i see is that same Windows shares, with 11.1u6 speed was 108mb/s, with 11.2 now i see 80/90mb/s of speed on copy/paste procedure
  17. JackoUK

    Windows 10 'October' 2018 Update

    Tried searching … successfully found various sites recommending various service configurations … some recommendations here too … none worked … gave up. Rebuilt completely from the ground up for 1809. Everything worked as hoped for and stable by default. Not going back, just installed yesterday's cumulative update to 1809! Keep up with the programme nrf 😉 Another thing I suspect is that NASDAQ:MSFT screwed up the removal of Homegroup for 1803.
  18. nrf

    Windows 10 'October' 2018 Update

    yes there is an issue with 1803 requiring some service to be turned on, try your preferred search engine
  19. JackoUK

    Windows 10 'October' 2018 Update

    Yes, I use Windows 10 Professional x64 everywhere. I suspect there is either a bug or configuration issue in 1803 which means devices and their shared folders are not broadcast to the network. I say that because after upgrading the machines above I turned to my tablets. Before they too were upgraded they could now see all the 1809 machines. Everything is working smoothly now: as devices are switched on their existence and shared folders appear automatically in the network tree.; once visible they don't disappear and reappear for no apparent reason. I'd be happy to upgrade to Windows 2016 Server as soon as you send me the money for the licenses and CALS 😉
  20. saygon

    Windows 10 'October' 2018 Update

    Do you use Windows 10 as your Server OS? IMHO will you use any of Windows Server OS you will not faced to any of issues, such you corrupted shared folders config.
  21. ShadowPeo

    Attempting to cut cord (TiVo)

    Disney is meant to be doing their own streaming service early next year IIRC
  22. Jason

    Attempting to cut cord (TiVo)

    Been a TiVo customer for MANY years. Have found they have the best and most seamless UX of any STB. Going to attempt their TiVo Bolt Vox OTA unit with an indoor antenna this weekend. Won’t cancel cable until this is wife tested and family approved. Have put this project off until our children have gotten old enough to navigate other options, including Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc. which they certainly have. Unfortunately without cable, they’ll be unable to watch their most popular Disney channels, Disney XD, etc. Not sure from where else they can be streamed without a cable subscription? Assuming I’m able to get at least the basic, local network channels in HD, this will be the end of the road for cable in our house.
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  24. wolf_ktl

    Low I/O performance with ESXi 6.0

    host is in maintenance mode
  25. Trig0r

    Christmas List

    So, what do my fellow geeks have on their Christmas Lists, presuming of course that you have all been nice and Santa's going to sort you out over the festive period?.... Personally, I'm more of a need guy, I prefer practical gifts and things that I will use rather than things that I have to feign interest in, not one for wasting money.. I'd like a new iPad mini, but the Mini 4 is years old now so I'm kinda holding out for a refresh before I stump up the money for one myself, but my old Mini2 is about dead, its had 2 new screens and can be a bit random sometimes with ghost clicks, so that's about the only thing I'd ask for from a geek POV, socks is a given, since we have a 16 year old that wears holes in my socks and doesn't wear them in pairs.. Other than that, if I want something, I'll buy it myself at some point, apparently that makes me a nightmare to buy for.. Whats everyone else wanting....
  26. PegLeg

    FreeNAS on Gen8

    Paul, I first used FreeNAS 9.10 and messed around with iohyve and later iocage at the CLI. I've never been sold on the idea of rancheros + rancherUI just to use a couple of docker apps. Corral was dumped before I had really evaluated it, but it showed great promise. Personally, I'd go the debian/ubuntu + docker + portainer route. When you look at outstanding issues like this https://redmine.ixsystems.com/issues/28578 , it doesn't inspire confidence. FreeNAS 11.1 has had a lot of hiccups, and too many bugs for my liking. FreeNAS 11.2 might get there, but looking at the number of issues pushed to 11.2-U1 at https://redmine.ixsystems.com/versions/479 I'll be sticking with 11.1 for now. I had a quick look a NAS4Free (XigmaNAS), testing in virtualbox. The RootOnZFS seems to work, but it's a community contribution and it's limited in many other areas compared to FreeNAS. It wouldn't be my next choice.
  27. Joe_Miner

    4K BluRay Optical Drive

    Thanks, watching the granddaughters today will talk more later
  28. schoondoggy

    4K BluRay Optical Drive

    I think the hole is for an M3 countersunk, but the Gen8 ODD bracket does not work in the Gen10. I tried mounting the bracket upside down after drilling a small hole in it that aligns to the mounting hole in the chassis. I used a nylon screw to secure it, so as to not have any metal dust. It works, but it is not something I can manufacture. There are 3D printer plans for brackets that will work.
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