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re: New home Ethernet wiring - BabySam
[quote]I do have a media closet that will be where all the cables terminate[/quote] awesome [quote]other things I could do like place my Directv genie and Firetv in the media closet and run hdmi to the living room just to keep the entertainment area under the main TV cleaner. I also have a ps5...
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re: LA boaters safety course - BabySam
I did the BoatUS free online course since I’m stuck when wife’s friend/kids come in this weekend (florida)…this is all that’s required for boat rental… [link=(https://www.boatus.org/free/)]https://www.boatus.org/free/[/link]...
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re: Apple TV won’t connect to Ethernet - BabySam
[quote]I was thinking about doing this but wanted confirmation from someone that this was the right thing to do.[/quote] yep, this is first step [quote]Well we only have two iphones, two ipads and one apple TV at the moment so I deleted the old Wifi network from these devices and connected the...
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re: Apple TV won’t connect to Ethernet - BabySam
you need to go into your new router and set the IP address as 192.168.1.X (x most likely being 1), and then create the same wireless SSID(s) in the new router with the same password as the old one. and what does your topology look like? Ex: Modem > Router > devices?...
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re: Apple TV won’t connect to Ethernet - BabySam
Did you copy the same network config to the new router? You said "[quote]With the new router nothing loads and it says to check your internet connection[/quote]", does this mean NOTHING is connecting or just not the AppleTV? Were any devices assigned static IPs from old network that may be confl...
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re: Ubiquiti G4 Pro and Protect Config - BabySam
that's awesome to hear! I did a lot of googling when i went downt the rabbit hole for network segmentation, but there's some great guides on ubiquiti support. I have a decent understanding of networking but not the hands-on/CLI stuff like CCNA/CCNP...but understanding those basics make it pretty eas...
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re: Ubiquiti G4 Pro and Protect Config - BabySam
[quote]Pretty sure all the Ubiquiti bullet mounts have only 2 screws, so I think Doc's question is can you get both screws in wood and offset the mount enough to still allow the cable to pass through.[/quote] yeah, thoughts in my brain didn't make it to the post...but info you had on both posts s...
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re: Ubiquiti G4 Pro and Protect Config - BabySam
I have 2 small angles of area where i'm lack full 360 degree coverage, and that's a risk i'm willing to take. Ironically, just a couple nights ago someone was snooping around back door of the neighbor that lives behind us and over one. I couldn't see shite from that distance on the 2mp camera i have ...
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re: Ubiquiti G4 Pro and Protect Config - BabySam
Man, i know our discussions awhile back on the reolinks and ubiquiti…that G4 Pro is fricking impressive! Glad buddy bought it for his farm as my freelance project…lol The reolink has been fine for me as the 5mp upgrades to the older 2mp ones i had on front of house, but there’s some minor nuances ...
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re: Need a professional website built for me !! - BabySam
What industry, target audience and functionality are you looking for? Check out whitehouse.com...
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re: Ubiquiti G4 Pro and Protect Config - BabySam
So i added the firewall rules but not sure if they were needed or not because i already had the rule for LAN to IoT in place. However, I did finally catch the last paragraph the third time i read that post Kork linked...let camera adopt, change Port Profile for network assignment, reboot camera, add...
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re: Ubiquiti G4 Pro and Protect Config - BabySam
Thanks. I did see that earlier and was holding back from any additional rules changes until I got some possible feedback. I will give it a check and see what we find....
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Ubiquiti G4 Pro and Protect Config - BabySam
So just installed first Ubiquiti camera (G4 Pro) on friend's Ubiquiti network. Got it initially adopted and configured but not in the manner I was expecting. I wasn't sure if there were some nuances that are different than most. So I ask for any inputs based on the situation. Current: G4 plugge...
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re: Need Help Choosing Laptop - BabySam
I have an Asus ROG thats great and 17” and it’s 5+ yrs old and doing well, but i really dont game on it so its more like a workstation. Bought one kid an MSI mid-tier gaming laptop couple years ago and he games more on console than a game or two he plays on laptop. Im kinda looking at a new laptop f...
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re: Calling Minecraft Nerds - BabySam
Use the search cause i know there was a detailed post in the recent years with some good info along the lines of what you’re looking for...
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re: Help request: connect laptop to dual monitors - BabySam
This one of main reasons i got the adapter, one plug into laptop and rest of stuff is all organized nicely...
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re: Help request: connect laptop to dual monitors - BabySam
[quote]Can you extend displays or is it only mirrored?[/quote] I believe the pics/specs on amazon shows them all able to extend. Mine are setup extended, so i have a 17" laptop display, 27" monitor, and 32" tv as my 3 screens and all able to drag across from left to right...
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re: Help request: connect laptop to dual monitors - BabySam
[link=(https://smile.amazon.com/Docking-Station-Adapter-Monitors-Compatible/dp/B08R9WZKFN/ref=sr_1_26?dchild=1&keywords=usb+to+multiple+hdmi&qid=1622752110&sr=8-26)]https://smile.amazon.com/Docking-Station-Adapter-Monitors-Compatible/dp/B08R9WZKFN/ref=sr_1_26?dchild=1&keywords=usb+to+multiple+hdmi&q...
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re: Help request: connect laptop to dual monitors - BabySam
I found a USB adapter on amazon i got and has worked great with adding 2 additional monitors to my laptop thats basically used as a workstation. I initially bought a USB-C adapter without checking my laptop specs that ended up not supporting video through USB-C...so that’s why i ended up with curren...
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re: Best WiFi extender? - BabySam
You could always attempt a powerline adapter first if you dont want to run network drop...but i wire anything i can...
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