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Morrowind Available to download on XB1!! by [deleted] in xboxone

[–]jpeek 1 point2 points  (0 children)

GOTY. Seems to be only installing the base game right now.

My Xbox One X wont recognize my Jade Empire Disk, even though IT doesnt have that much scratches on it and it is available today via back. comp. by [deleted] in xboxone

[–]jpeek 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It's not working with my morrowind disk yet.

edit: either it just started or a reboot fixed it.

Morrowind Available to download on XB1!! by [deleted] in xboxone

[–]jpeek 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Disc install isn't working yet.

edit: rebooted and now it's installing

scorched memes xD by Destrian_ in playark

[–]jpeek 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Unless they fixed it in the last month or so. I came across a couple spots where you can't drink or drown

scorched memes xD by Destrian_ in playark

[–]jpeek 27 points28 points  (0 children)

We will probably forever be stuck with undrinkable rivers in aberation

Ex Bioware Boss Says EA Is Excellent at Giving Creative Freedom and Didn't Impose Frostbite Engine by utlk in Games

[–]jpeek 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Have you ever worked for a company that belongs to a parent company. It could have been one of those situations where you don't have to use it, but it's highly encouraged. So management decides to use to keep their and their teams jobs in tact. Just speculation based on experience.

Swamps: Not Even Once by fandonymous in playark

[–]jpeek 9 points10 points  (0 children)

I love building in the swamp

My observation on the current state of this subreddit by herolurker in ccna

[–]jpeek 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It's probably more of we generally ignore it because it's what people look forward to. And would kill a decent amount of posting. Getting the community involved is already hard enough

Public Wi-Fi bandwidth per user question by solocomma in networking

[–]jpeek -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

Also consider that the more bandwidth you give users the less the others will have on an AP. So if you have 10 users per ap, then consider what the slowest user will connect at and how much they pull down. Honestly, 5 is generous in my opinion. Most people use public guest for netflix anyways.

My observation on the current state of this subreddit by herolurker in ccna

[–]jpeek[M] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I feel like the Discord has drawn a lot of the people who are more technical. So all you end up with is newer people who may feel like the discord isn't the best place or who haven't discovered it yet.

We can try making a weekly sticky for the pass/fail.

I think easy questions that are quickly googleable are still fair game. Many people can add color around the questions and possibly give a better idea of who it all works together. This is what the sub is for. It's for beginners.

I want to sell and deploy Cisco Meraki network hardware for businesses.....what cert do I need? by Golow40 in Cisco

[–]jpeek 22 points23 points  (0 children)

Being meraki certified won't make you understand how to install good wifi. Also, it won't help you building proper redundancy. To be honest, some of the Meraki best practice guides are fundamentally broken. Have fun troubleshooting a broken network when you don't understand what you implemented.

Edit: downvotes from those who reject reality and substitute their own I guess

Stubborn WiFi user...continued by hurricane1091 in networking

[–]jpeek 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Which revision of code? 8.2 is meaningless. The bugs are dependent on subversions. I ran into a bug where 5ghz antennas would reset constantly.

Cisco WLC Question... trying to improve 2.4ghz on my campus by Dotren in networking

[–]jpeek 4 points5 points  (0 children)

If they designed it for 2.4 then turning off some 2.4 will probably result in dead spots. When I design for 5, I turn off about half of 2.4 because of the overlap. Yes, turning off 2.4 does help but when you design for turning off 2.4

Cisco WLC Question... trying to improve 2.4ghz on my campus by Dotren in networking

[–]jpeek 15 points16 points  (0 children)

You need to move the APs into the rooms. Putting APs in the halls only increases your co-channel interference. It's a physics problem at the end of the day. Cutting data rates will only help so much. You also have to worry about your clients transmitting and the other APs on the same channel hearing them.

Here's a visual representation for what I'm talking about. Notice how when placed in a room the signal spreads out in a more uniform direction. While in the hall the energy gets directed down it.

HBO GO always has trouble streaming by drnick536 in PS4

[–]jpeek 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I never have problems. In fact it's the most stable of my apps