Honeywell makes some nice Wi-Fi thermostats, but some of their instructional videos have broken links. This can be quite inconvenient when you need to review the setup process:-( Therefore, I created this page which shows the videos for your convenience: 🙂 I hope these videos are helpful. Please let me know if you have any questions!
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Eero makes a rather splendid WiFi device, however, there is certainly room for improvement! As such, here is my wishlist for future Eero enhancements or revisions: Dual WAN failover option load balancing option PoE support Per device bandwidth usage statistics QR code or barcode scanning for setup (when bluetooth fails, manually entering a device ID is a pain) Despite the simplistic feature-set of the Eero, I do still like it. Here’s hoping they choose to enable some additional functionality for their faithful
The Grand Imperial has traditionally been a lovely hotel in Silverton CO. The hotel’s antique charm and vintage rooms were the main draws: Now, however, their wifi speeds are also quite attractive: http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/5433605188 The connection has also been rock solid over the course of a two day stay. No disconnects and consistent speeds of 5Mb/s-6Mb/ This compares very favorably to a few years ago when most WiFi in Silverton was quite slow and spotty! It also beats AT&T 4G service in Silverton which currently maxes
Looking for unboxing photos for the Eero wifi system? Look no further! Overall the unboxing impression is quite good. I’ll get into actual setup and performance in the full review. I’ll also caption the photos soon 😉 Photos taken with an Olympus OMD E-M10, kit lens and FL-600R.
I regularly stay in Springfield MO and Branson MO for business. I normally test the speeds at every hotel I stay in. Recently I stayed at the Marriott Residence Inn in Springfield MO and here are the results: ~2.0Mbps D/L* ~0.9Mbps U/L* *average of multiple tests throughout stay. Max D/L was 3Mbps, min was 1Mbps. Max U/L was always around 0.9Mbps. Overall, these are some of the worst speeds I have seen in southern Missouri. You can pay $8.95 a day for higher speeds,
I travel frequently for business and as such good internet access is a top priority. For my work, a fast and reliable internet connection is absolutely essential. As such, I make sure to test the connection each time I stay at a hotel and make notes for future reference. Here are the results from my recent stay in Laramie Wyoming at Fairfield Inn & Suites: Ping 18ms Download speed: 1.04Mbps Upload speed: 1.07Mbps Ping times were good. However, for this day and
Q. Can you help me find a driver that works for my Pantum printer? I do not have the driver DVD and their site is down 🙁 A. Here is the direct download link for Pantum printers: 🙂 dl Mac , dl Windows Last updated There are mirror links (above) if the Pantum site is down, otherwise here are additional links to the Pantum driver site: Pantum P2200-P2500 Windows Driver ZIP Microsoft Windows Server2003/XP/Server2008/Vista/Win7/Win8/Win8.1/Win10 Download Pantum P2200-P2500 Mac Driver ZIP Mac OS
Recently I setup a wifi bridge between our old house and our new house. This setup is surprisingly difficult since there is considerable foliage in between the two houses. Also, once the signal gets to the new house I wanted to rebroadcast it so we had nice full home coverage. Thankfully, TP-Link has some very nice (and inexpensive) wireless access point/bridges available. Two of them made quick work of the problem and now we are enjoying our old internet at