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    Spring cleaning multiple IPs and OSPF

    Well, I joined the WMS script successfully, so that is one less node for admins to worry about.

    Anyone else have an idea what to do about the multiple IP's?

    DrBergie Yesterday, 22:22 Go to last post

    Teminal on my RB doesn't seem to work.

    Thanks Nemisis, I RTFM'd and now I'm on version 6.32.2. Now terminal works, and I joined WMS successfully!

    DrBergie Yesterday, 22:20 Go to last post


    My Saturn7 connection is dead as a dodo?

    I rebooted my rb and I can scan and I see everything?

    Is there a problem or did I get spring cleaned off of the system?

    hoboclown Yesterday, 20:11 Go to last post

    PTP setup question

    Yes you can on the SXT disable CH1 then it will be a siso connection

    jackbean Yesterday, 18:03 Go to last post

    Wireman Needed

    Hallo Guys I am in need of a temp wireman till end of month and maybe then permanent employment. We do wireless & cctv installations amongst many other things.

    If this person can start...

    sarelvw Yesterday, 13:24 Go to last post
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