The new suggestion is to get the router to "look" like a PC is logging in.
I was told AT&T keeps tight control of this.
If your own hardware does NOT look like a PC the login fails.
Anyone know how to get my router to "look" like a PC?
I am also trying my hand at a 3d printer project with an arduino kit, but I have NO idea what kind of stepper motors I should be using. I see there are a couple of threads about it but you don't mention the actual ones you are using. Ca
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I have AT&T DSL.
I've been connected to their system for over 15 years.
The CAT5 cable connected to my PC NIC is my gateway to the outside world. Works consistently. Never a problem.
I NEED someone to explain to me why two different wireless routers wil
I'm basically developing my own SQA test suite. Not sure if it will end up becoming a product in its own right or just for me and my business. Wondering if anyone has old licenses that they can give me, as I'm trying to cull together best practices f
Hi, I'm always on the lookout for anything I can use for my growing fleet of 3D printers. I've been toying with them awhile and have a couple built with raspberry pi / arduino kits. If anyone has liquid abs in various durometers and colors or any oth
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