Any form of head tracking is an absolute game changer. There are cheaper options, I'm using Delan Clip.
I'd rather fly with Xbox controller and head tracking than Warthog hotas and no tracking.
Thanks, I am looking into it. I played a bit this morning, its hard with the joystick but I am sure I will get used to it. Thanks for feedback
I know it doesn’t, but in my experience with them they all turned out the same. I’ve only had 2 iphones my entire life the 7+ and the 6+. Before that I had samsung, htc, and lg. The pixel does look very nice but honestly I’ve been starting to look at the one+ 5t, as it seems to do everything any other android and iphone out there for half the price
I have found the exact same issues. Every Android I had (HTC and Samsungs) always got slow after about a year. I bought a 5s( was a refurbished one as well) two years ago and loved it. Upgraded to the 6S Plus today and I couldn't be happier.
Thanks all for the feedback. I've got about a year's worth of experience and that's only at L2 unfortunately. Going to do switch then route I think. Thanks again for weighing in guys.
I am new to this sub so my apologies if this is stupid, but have some Cisco knowledge. You said CDP and VTP are disabled. Have you tried LLDP? Most times in a production network VTP would be disabled so that you don't fuck up the VLAN db. LLDP is used when you have other vendors in you're network besides Cisco. You can try with that maybe?
I graduated at the end of 2015. Started an internship and I am now a junior network engineer. We mainly do Cisco as well. From what I have seen (I am from South Africa), there is a big drive for security. Finishing up my CCNP R&S in the next few months then going on to CCNA sec and then hopefully CCNP. I have looked at Nortel switches, we have a few on one of our sites and because I know the basics I find it very easy to jump over to a different vendor. I dunno, that's how I feel anyways.
I've been thinking pretty seriously about going ccda > ccdp > ccie r & s but I'm not sure yet.
I don't know many people with a CCDA personally. But it's up to you. Have you looked at the topics for the exam? If that interests you go ahead. :D Look at jobs as well and see what companies are looking for. Doesn't hurt looking :)
Reason I ask is because it's 4 exams and Ciscopress only has 1 textbook (SISAS 300-208). What about the other 3?
Yeah, the other books were simply never made. One additional book was planned at some point but never released. There are other Cisco Press books related to some of the exam topics, but they're not "Official Certification Guides" that are tailored to exams. Still, useful study material if you can get your hands on them.
There's plenty of other study material at this point. INE has a full set of video courses. I believe CBT Nuggets has a current set as well but I'm not positive on that. IPExpert had a full set as well - the company no longer exists as far as I know but the videos do exist.
Personally I just used Cisco documentation as my main source of study material.
Thanks! I have got all those videos. Still a while before I go ahead but now I know. Thanks again :)
Thank you all for the comments and help provided. I just took my pc in to a MSI distributor. No hardware problems they just can't find drivers for Windows 10. My rig is just too old. So I will have to upgrade or run Windows 7.
Reinstall another launcher and see what happens. Usually torrents initialise for a few minutes. If you still cannot get it to work, download the launcher for another region i.e. download the NA one from the NA site if you are having problems for the EU version and try that. (HOWEVER you cannot transfer your progress across regions).
Thanks for the reply. I tried everything. Ended up contacting their support page. They got me to download WC Checker? its for all their games. It checked all the files and a few were corrupted. Program repaired and ya all is good! :D
Remember to make use of large caliber and small caliber bindings, 2 and 1 by default. While sniping, you generally don't want to risk a miss when using relatively scarce cannon shells. Using MGs instead lets you figure out approximately how far to lead and conserves more useful ammo.
I like the sound of this. I will definitely try it :)
As far as general tips, constantly scan the sky to keep your situational awareness high. I don't recall the exact pilot who said it, but I remember an ace saying the easiest time to shoot someone down is when they are about to fire on someone because all their attention is focused on their target. Check your surrounds before initiating an attack and before taking a shot. Try not to tunnel vision too hard on targets.
Don't be afraid to abort an attack if you can't get a gun solution or to disengage when you can't attack with an advantage. This mainly applies to RB since you only get one life, but can help save your planes in the lineup when playing AB with the caveat that you may get less kills overall just due to the pacing and flow of AB games compared to RB.
Thank you. I have been taken out plenty times just from having tunnel vision
I personally have alwaya been around a pc even as a child. Ccna 1 for me was tough as our lecturer was utter crap to say the least and ya. Even failed my final online exam the first time. Google helped me alot. Reading material can be confusing as big words can be thrown around. Youtube vids helped me a lot. Check out danscourses on youtube. He explains it slowly and well. And ya just keep searching to find someone on youtube that teaches at your level. Ccna 1 was also really boring for me but trust me it gets better. Maybe it would be good for you to maybe see some induastry application of what you are studying.
What helped me alot with ccna was danscourses on youtube. He explains really well and makes it easy. He focuses more on the practical side so it will give you a feel of what is to come. Ccna course is prob the best decision i ever made. Super interesting if you are into how things work and why ie internet and lans
I've started to get into FSX. I though DCS could take a hit on my wallet...
Fsx is nice but i deff got better performance out of p3d.. and all the planes are on piratebay to download.. vatsim also makes it alot of fun
I'm planning on making the switch soon. I really hope to get knowledgable enough to use PilotEdge.
Pilot edge u have to pay for right? and if i am not mistaken only VFR aswell as there are not soo many guys online and airspace is restricted to 1 location.. have a look at VATSIM..http://www.vatsim.net/ Guys on there are really helpful and you can do ur pilots license online. Alot of the guys are real pilots and ATC so you get a nice feel for real life procedures etc