I’ve recently acquired some TP-Link ‘Easy Smart’ managed switches – cheap, decently built (metal casing), and a lot of features above the usual unmanaged stuff:
- Effective network monitoring via Port Mirroring, Loop Prevention and Cable Diagnostics
- Port and tag-based QoS enable smooth latency-sensitive traffic
- Abundant VLAN features … Continue reading
Back in the day I used to have one router in the house: the D-Link DIR-825, flashed with OpenWRT. Configured with two SSIDs – one for internal network use, and one for guest access – the latter being separate from the internal … Continue reading
After the latest lan-party with some friends, where we played a lot of Rocket League, it dawned on me that this game (and numerous others) is probably a lot easier to play with a game controller instead of the mouse/keyboard combination. And as I have the Continue reading
An update on the “My history in gadgets” post from a while back, and the 2014 update:
Mobile phone history:
The Desire S I was using for work died (hboot corruption), and was replaced by:
Motorola E2 (LTE)
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An update on the “My history in gadgets” post from a while back, as things have progressed a bit meanwhile ;)
Mobile phone history:
I’ve since sold my Desire, and obtained/sold the following phones:
HTC Desire HD
I’ve always been a fan of the “stock Google” look of android, also often referred to as AOSP (Android Open Source Project) – a clean look, no bells and whistles added by the vendor of the device in question.
The ‘vendor’ looks usually change the look of … Continue reading
On the HTC Desire S, I’ve been using an unofficial build (made by Flinny) of CyanogenMod 10 for a while – happily so.
Unfortunately the author is/was a bit strapped for time, and development slowed down significantly at the time. Updates … Continue reading
May there be more and fun years coming!
You’ve just gotten your shiny new Android Phone, and you want to migrate to it. There are several options, including Titanium Backup to move stuff, but Google also has you covered (party): Android Backup & Restore. You can find this setting on your phone, under “Settings” and … Continue reading