There are currently a few "mPCIe" lorawan gateway cards on the market or in development. Unfortunately most of them only use the mPCIe/M.2/mSATA form factor but not a mPCIe compatible pinout. This list tries to be complete in differentiating between the different cards.
Using the Lineage OS Install guide I had no problems installing it, but make sure you have enough battery. I started out at 10% the first time and this was not enough. Make sure it is at a minimum of 50%
LineageOS Download for SGP311 - https://download.lineageos.org/pollux_windy
LineageOS Install Guide for SGP311 - https://wiki.lineageos.org/devices/pollux_windy/install
Running VMWare ESXi 6.5U1 on a HP DL380 G8 with the HPE Custom Image ? And getting the error message: An application (/sbin/sfcbd) running on esxi host has crashed ?
Disable the vmw_hpe-smx-provider wbem provider. Get into the ESXi CLI and do the following:
esxcli system wbem provider set -e false -n vmw_hpe-smx-provider
AVG's SecureDNS feature causes problems when using split horizon DNS.
AVG SecureDNS tries to validate a DNS response using a QUIC request to one of their servers on port 443. When using SecureDNS it will return the external view of your DNS server instead of the internal view.
- Printer > Add > Other > Prusa i3
- Machine Settings - Printer
X Width: 200mm Y Width: 200mm Z Height: 180mm X Min: 20mm Y Min: 10mm X Max: 10mm Y Max: 10mm Gantry Height: 59mm
- Machine Settings - Extruder
My gopro hero 3 had a password set I couldn't remember. It seems changing it isn't that straightforward, most guides on the internet redirect you to the gopro site, where you have to enter your serial number to obtain an update.zip file, which contains 2 textfiles. Here is a guide to do it without going trough their site.
Get an empty microSD card (or format it) and add the following 2 files to the root directory of the microSD card. Change WIFI_SSID to your own SSID, and change WIFI_PASSWORD to the password you want to use.
Sometimes your Cisco 6500 seems to having a hard time with high CPU. Most cases are pretty obvious, like rancid or librenms runs, arp or dhcpd storms. But sometimes it is not that obvious and you want to know which traffic flows to your CPU. Time to dump the packets to the CPU. The following has been retrieved from cisco.com.
A few years back we had a Acterna Testpad FST2802 (datasheet) on loan from a vendor to test a big rollout of fiber we did together. As we only had one unit we couldn't use it to test other things then the rollout where the vendor had the other unit. So I decided to write a little software program to act as a software based reflector.
While troubleshooting a bandwidth issue for a customer today I noticed a lot of TCP traffic between different hosts of the customer on tcp port 7680. As the customer has multiple locations with diverse bandwidths available this started to hog up quite some bandwidth. After some research I found out that tcp port 7680 is used by Windows 10 to distribute windows updates to other domain clients.