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Q: Distance between PC and TV

I use my Samsung 55 Inch TV as a monitor for my PC
The PC has a Nvidia 1060 Graphics card with 6Gb of Ram
I am thinking of putting the PC approx 15 Meters from the TV.
Would the PC signal carry this distance and if so what cabling would I require

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Preferred Solution: Distance between PC and TV

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Hi folks, new to the forum. Please forgive my ignorance, but that is why I joined ... to learn. I have an N router that I use for my wireless at my home. I can pick up my DSL wireless about 100 feet outside of my house very well. I live in a rural area and have a shop about 850 feet away from my house and I would like to be able to pick up my wireless there if possible. Are there any boosters or antennas that I can use to do this ? Cat 5 would not go that far and fiber optic might work but probably needs to be buried and would be costly also. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

A:Wireless distance?



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How far apart can 2 PCs that share the same 10baseT hub be placed? is it 100 or 200 meters please? I appreciate your help.

A:Solved: Distance

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I have no problem faxing local, but unable to fax long distance. i have one phone line, it has long distance capablities. Whats wrong?

A:cannot fax long distance

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I was wondering if there's any capability WITHIN Windows XP to troubleshoot somebody else's computer by getting their desktop and programs to show (and manipulate) on your own machine. I'm not talking about things like "PC Anywhere", but rather a capability NATIVE to Windows XP (HE) that will allow you to do this.

The reason I want to do this is because I am going to try and troubleshoot my Sisters machine and she lives in Southern California and I am in Arizona.

As many of you probably know, troubleshooting via phone or email is at best tedious and likely futile with someone who basically is computer illiterate (that would be my Sister)

If I could sit down in front of her machine, I probably would be able to solve her problem (I don't know what it is yet) within a half hour or so. But trying to talk her through some diagnostics is going to likely take days, with both of us getting frustrated and angry, especially me when she says something like "What's Control Panel" when I first start into this. And telling her to "click on this and then click on that" will probably not work.

So, this is why I want to see if there's any way I can do it at a distance myself.

I know there is something like "Remote Assistance", but my suspicion is that that's what manufacturers use to troubleshoot their own machines . . . like if somebody has a Dell, then Dell can connect to that particular machine, or HP can do HP... Read more

A:Troubleshooting at a distance . . .

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My family is currently building a Garage/Apartment building and we would like to connect it to our current LAN in our house. The garage is roughly 300 feet away from the house, and so is right at the maximum range of cat5. I need advice on a cheap way to connect the two buildings reliably.

I have heard of several methods, including both Ethernet extenders and wireless bridges, but I need advice on which is cheapest and most reliable. There is already a trench dug between the two buildings for the sewer line, so we can bury a cable between them, and the buildings have line-of-sight for wireless.

This connection will be used for things like online gaming, so it will have to be good enough for that.

Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!

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I would like so information about equipment needed to send a wi-fi signal from one building to another about 550 feet away My father in law has dsl in his house and wants to receive it in an out building. i cannot run a cable. What wireless router and/or equipment do I need?

A:Long distance Wi-Fi

802.11n (300 Mbps) is supposed to be good up to about 1,400 feet, so that should work for line of sight.

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how far will the router reach? will it reach about 100 yds. i have a buisness behind my house want to pull off one hook-up.will a basic router work or do i need to look for something specific.

A:router distance

That's the maximum range for 802.11g--line of sight, no obstructions, perfect conditions. You'll probably need a high-gain antenna on one or both ends if you have line of sight. If obstructions, depends on what they are.

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Ok so after a lot of headaches getting my previous network to work i have been thrown a curveball.

I currently work for a small business with two locations. These locations are about 15-20 min apart (or about 2 towns).

I run a program called "FRAZER" (http://www.frazer.biz/) it is our used car dealer software and a very important part of our business. This program does everything for us, from sales, to payments (we are a buy here pay here). The more important on the networking side being the payments. I need to be able to have a copy of frazer on my computer that will send real time updates as to who has payed on their vehicle.

What options do i have for networking between two locations that are so far away?

The one option i know i DONT have is "remote access" i cannot be fiddling around with whats going on, on my co-workers desktop @ our other spot.

Ive heard VPN? But these are completely foreign to me, do i need a host computer? if not , i heard without a host its really slow? Does really slow mean i will slow my co-workers pc, or does it mean info will travel slow to update on her comp? if this is so ... whats slow? 20 min. 2 days?

any suggestions as to making this eaiser on myself would be much appreciated, ive had problems in the past and you guys have always had a helpful answer.

thanks a lot!

A:Networking ...from a distance?

A pair of VPN routers would do the trick, and you don't need any host. The Netgear FVS318 is one such router that's not all that expensive.

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Hi there,

I work for a small airline. At one of our airports we're attempting to connect a thin client & printer at our boarding gate to our check-in counter (where our DSL & Sonciwall are located that maintain the VPN to our server located off-site). At the back of our check-in counter there are RJ-45 jacks hardwired in that go to the server room in the airport basement.

Sweet I thought, all I need is to jump from our sonicwall router into one of those and bridge it to a line strung to the boarding gate counter, one of which already existed in place.

So I called the airport electricians in to check the lines and see if one at the boarding gate went to the server room. They found one connected all together and it checked out ok. So I set up my equipment and couldn't pull an IP. Seemed like signal degradation as I seemed to be getting intermittent activity on the switch I set up.

So I called the electricians back, they checked the line again, seemed ok, so we took the switch downstairs and used it to bridge the two lines in the server room. It got solid link to the router and the outgoing line was mad with activity, but still no IP on the thin client at the other end (either of them). So I grabbed my Sonicwall and brought it downstairs having bridged my DSL modem straight into the line. Think client pulled an IP (barely), but extrememly slow and RDP connection to the server timed out.

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A:Cat 5 over distance Issues

if you have the RJ45 in place, you can just plug directly into it w/o the sonicwall to
test the connection and system access.

if that works, then the sonicwall is getting in the way and it needs to be reconfigured.

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One of my desktop computers is about 50 feet from my router. I don't have any other place to move it to that would be closer. I also don't want to run it wireless. If I run a 50 foot Ethernet cable this far, can I still expect to get pretty good speed or is this just too far? I have a 20 Mbps ISP connection.

The desktop computer is an i5 with 10 gigs ram and plenty of HD just in case this would be important.


A:Solved: Cable distance run - will this be okay?

50 feet will be fine. I think the theoretical limit is 300, but I've got a run into my current office that's around 380 or so.

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I have been trying to help a friend of mine with a problem he has been having with his sons wireless connection. It seems that the wireless router that is upstairs is not sending a strong enough signal downstairs to his sons bedroom.

His son has one of those USB wireless recievers and I was wondering if the only, better alternitive would be to get his a PCI wireless card to put in hte PC or is there another option that we should look into?

A:Long distance Wireless help

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I want to run a series of extension cords from my computer to my webcam. IM talking about some serious distance. Ive seen extension cords for usb. Whats the limit on those if any?

A:USB 1.1 cord distance limit.

16 feet is the limit

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Given the following scenario: two houses about 500 feet apart wish to use the same internet. The houses are in a rural area with no neighbors close.

What would their best options be for sending the signal from one house to the other. I.e. router, access point, antennae??

Any help you can provide will be appreciated.


A:Longest Distance Router?

802.11n router with something like RangeBooster, or D-Link's "Xtreme N" line, and an 802.11n card on the other end, and/or a high-gain directional antenna on the router.

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I am considering a project where I want to pump internet access from a good distance away (somewhere between .5 miles-2.5 miles away)

I will likely be using an antenna similar to this:

or this:

Yes, I know that this is much more ghetto...but its cheaper and has a LOT more gain.

So if I use an antenna like this, and point it at a the front of a building with many glass doors and windows, will the signal be strong enough to "bounce around" inside the building so that regular laptops/mobile decices will see the network and have net access?

A:Lond Distance 802.11 question:

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For over two years I had two computers here at my house doing wifi to my daughterís house, about 450 feet away through some trees, but with a fairly clear line of sight. She stopped her DSL service. I started one with same company (BellSouth) and brought her modem down here to my house. Now I have two machines doing wifi to that modem, about five feet away. Mine works beautiful. We canít get either of her machines to work. Canít get a signal.

Modem: Westel Versalink Model 327W
LAN cards: Linksys Wireless-G PCI Adapter Model WMP54G
O/S: Win98SE and WinXP

Doesnít make sense to me. We have merely flip-flopped where the modem is. Distance is same. Potential obstructions are basically the same, i.e., two walls to pee through, etc. Yes, at 450 feet I know I am pushing the limits, but if it worked before, why wonít it work now?

Thus far I have tried a couple of homemade cheap solutions, a parabolic reflector and an omni directional one. Neither helped. Am about to try a homemade waveguide antenna.

Obviously I know little about what I am doing. Would sure appreciate some input from someone that perhaps does.

A:WiFi Distance Woes

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I currently have a Toshiba laptop (Satellite A305-S6872) for home and some business use for my husband. I have a wireless router that allows me to move about on our boat. I need to set up a wireless network in my hobby shop which is approximately 600-700 feet away from the boat. My current router will not support more than about 100 feet. We have a garage in between the boat and my hobby shop. My husband plans to temporarily set up an office in my hobby shop with a Dell Optiplex 755. The Toshiba operating system is Vista and the Dell is Windows XP Professional. My internet provider is our cable company. It has been suggested by the cable technician that I place a wireless router in the garage (l/2 way inbetween both locations) and get one with very good distance strength. The garage is of concrete wall construction. Placing the router in the garage means I will need to cover about 300 feet in either direction. Does anyone have an suggestion regarding a router than won't break the bank?

A:Long distance router

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Now it still won't run..Booting from the CD starts but then the blue screen says Windows has detected an error and will be shut down to avoid damage to your computer. After going over a few things last night it seems she has too many drives. A, B,C,D,E. So I guess what we formated is only part of the drive. Her computer must have had partitions which she was not aware of. Now I am thinking I need to run partition magic but I really don't know how especially when we can't get it running. Very hard to do over the phone. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

A:Long Distance Install..Is it possible?

To get rid of partitions, use delpart (http://www.russelltexas.com/delpart.htm). Put it on a bootable floppy disk and use to delete any or all partitions from a drive. (Use with extreme caution!)

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Hello, I've been having this problem for a long while now and it's really bugging me. I have a windows 8 laptop and use it for personal use and for work as a developer. Every time I go to a certain distance (about 5 feet away from the modem) the wifi connection all together either goes incredibly laggy for me, or just gives up on trying and not work at all. What gets me is that it can't be the modem, other people who live in the household can be at the very same distance, even one of my friends have the same exact model and processor as my laptop, and works completely fine with them. They don't get wifi fails or lags. For the majority of the time, I don't have anything running in the background to cause the loading to fail.

I have Windows 8. AMD E2-3000 APU with Radeon(TM) HD Graphics 1.6 GHz. 4 Gigs of RAM. 64 bit Operating System.
The specs look somewhat ok, but keep in mind that my friend has the very same model, including the specs I detailed, and it still works for her

I'd love to get this working again. It hasn't done this when I got the laptop, it was when I update to 8.1 where to had issues.
Thank you

A:Problems with Wifi at a certain distance.

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Yeah, how do i find out how far away i am from mine? I'm on Sky.
Apparently its ment to be no further than 5km or something. But i don't know how people find out
Thansk guys

A:Internet Exchange Distance

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i am trying to get internet and i can set up a wireless router at my grandpas house the prob is that i live a few acres away with pine trees as interference i am wondering if i can get a wireless router what do i need to look for as in signal stregnth and do i need a signal booster and if so where do i get one.
btw this is leagal b/c i am getting this signal from my grandfather or from what i have been told it is leagal

A:wireless signal distance

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Has there been any standard developed so you can tell how far a
wireless signal can travel from your wireless router....?

A:Wireless Router and Distance

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i want to control the pc from a small distance. sometimes i watch videos, and then im not near the (wired) mouse. i certainly wont replace the wired mouse with a wireless mouse. i still need something to control vlc player.

any solutions?

A:control the pc from a small distance

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How can you change the distance between desktop icons?

I did some searching around and I couldn't find an answer anywhere.

A:Distance Between Desktop icons?

Right click desktop, choose Personalize. Choose Windows Color, choose Advanced appearance settings. There you go!

Window Color and Appearance - Change


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I have a client who needs to install a simple wireless network, however what is not simple is that the ADSL connection is about 1 mile from his house. Luckily we have clear line of sight to it with no obstructions. Basically he has been quoted over £4000 to have a phone line installed but a neighbour has agreed to host an ADSL connection for him.

In order to achieve this I plan the following, if anyone sees any holes in this please let me know.

At the ADSL point, I will install a stanard ADSL router which will then connect to a Linksys WAP54G Access point. Then we will replace one of the antenna with a D-Link ANT24-1800 which will be cabled through to the side of the house. The access point will be located within the house and the antenna outside, this will then blast the signal towards my clients house. Question: Could I do without the access point and use something like a US-Robotics 9108 as both the ADSL router and the access point and simply replace the antenna on this?

At the recieving house I plan the following. A Linksys WAP54G Access point located within the house, this will provide an Ethernet connection to a standalone PC and wireless access point to a wireless laptop. We will replace one of the antennas on this with an outdoor antenna, I understand this doesn't need to be as powerful as the D-Link ANT24-1800 as the DLink will both send and recieve over a long distance.

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A:Wireless over 1 mile distance

Both stations will be sending and receiving data - this is a computer network, not broadcast TV or radio we are talking about here.

When choosing devices, make sure they actually come with replaceable antennas.

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Is it possible to create a network with one PC & another that might be miles & miles away?

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Trying to find a solution for a CAT5 network. I know that under normal circustances CAT5 cable is good for roughly 100m/300ft. I have a situation in a church that I do work for where I need to connect one building to another. The current situation is that the line runs underground from building to building. The person that installed this didn't realize that this distance was 400ft.

My question is what can be used to strenghten this signal, repeat this signal, or anything on the current setup? I am on a very limited budget.

Thanks for any help.

A:Having trouble with distance on my network

You would need an Etenrnet Extender like these or you could go wireless.

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In the summertime I move my computers into a converted barn office space. I am using a dlink wireless router (DIR 601). I would like to use my notebook in the house at night so I need an antenna of some sort to extend the range from the barn to the house. The distance is about 100 feet and the house has steel siding on it. The house and the barn connect to the same electrical box at the pole but have separate breaker boxes. The lights can go out in the house and stay on in the barn. So, I am assuming the plug in whole house antennas that are advertised would not work. I have one dsl modem from the ISP and I do not want to pay the ISP for another modem. Win 7, 64 bit.
Any suggestions? Thank you.

A:long distance wifi

you can buy range extenders that basically accept a wireless signal in range and re broadcast it again. not sure if this will work for you. you need to find a spot safe from elements, with power within range of router and that will broadcast to your barn. or, pass a long ethernet wire to another router or range extender.

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Hello everyone. I've set up a small, 8 computer, network. All except 1 are within about 30 feet. The last computer is in the warehouse and is about 200 feet away. The warehouse computer connect is slow and often has problems connecting. Is there something like a booster for the signal? Is there a limit to the distance a computer is from the router? Any help or suggestions are appreciated.



A:LAN distance question/problem

What sort of a network?
Ethernet? Wireless?

With ethernet, 200 feet is no problem if you use proper cabling.
You can use a separate (directional) antenna to boost wireless coverage.

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Swapped my Dad's speakers (ADA880) for my $40 Altec speakers. They sound amazing, but I'm a little concerned about the distance from the subwoofer to my case. How far should it be so that it doesn't cause damage?

A:Distance from subwoofer to case

Since subwoofers aren't magnetically shielded, I'd say a couple feet should be good. Just don't have it butting up against it. Magnetic fields can cause damage, as I read here somewhere.

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i have lenovo y500 laptop.it wil have inbuild blutooth device working range 1 meter only.i need 15 meters working range what can i do pls help me

A:bluetooth working distance

Here are some ideas
How to Improve Bluetooth Range | eHow.com

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Can anyone tell me what the maximum reasonable distance to expect before loss of signal is to transmit over a decent standard HDMI cable from a PC to Digital TV using an ATI Radeon HD2600 card.

A:Maximum Distance between PC and TV using HDMI

Max. distance for HDMI - High Def Forum - Your High Definition Community & High Definition Resource

Try that link. If that is not helpful, try Googling for distance hdmi. That's how I found that site, and there are loads more out there.

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I am using a Motorola Surfboard 5100 Cable Modem & a Netgear RP614 Router on a 3 Meg connection & cannot keep any speed on a cat5 cable over 20 feet long.

A:Cable Distance Problem

have you checked the cat5 for damage? do you have another devive that you can plug in on the down stream end of the cat5? this could help clarrify if you have a bad cable. the distance alone should not be problem

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would like to run a wire from a legacy LED display to a desktop pc. both have rs232 9-pin D ports. the sign claims that it can be programmed from a simple communication software.

i have read that rs232 9-pin runs can go a max of 25' (some sites say 50 feet) before requiring a signal booster.

can i use 9-pin D > RJ 45 adapters at both ends and run CAT-5 network cable (+/-300' max run) between them avoid using signal boosters?

the task will involve running approx 120' of wiring through some difficult crawlspaces and attics. would like to avoid having to try to run the CAT-5 just to find out that it too will need a signal booster every 25'. there is simply nowhere to easily get power to the signal boosters, once they are in the walls and attics.

any thoughts?



A:RS 232 9-pin D connection distance limitations

FWIW, although the RS-232 specification does indeed say one thing, the distance you can run an RS-232 line depends on a host of factors, one of the most important is bit rate. If you run at 300 baud, 100's of feet are no sweat. I've run 9600 baud 200 feet with low loss cable, and never had a problem.

CAT5 cable isn't necessarily the best option, what you really want is some of the low capacitance shielded cable that Black Box used to sell for long runs. It's been years since I've even thought about running RS-232 long distances, but we used to do it a lot for securities trading firms on Wall St.

You can also check into short haul modems, or RS-232/RS-422 converters, they'll run several thousand feet without any problem. Places like B&B Electronics have them...

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Hello, all!I've used Hijack This on my own before, but because I can't sit in front of my friend's computer (He's in NY, I'm in CA) I could really use some help!Here's the log he's sent to me. I can glean more information as necessary. If anyone notices any abnormalities outside of spyware, please let me know so I can pass the word along. I'm hoping his computer's not completely fragged!Thanks,NanLogfile of HijackThis v1.99.1Scan saved at 6:28:33 PM, on 9/15/2005Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)Running processes:C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\services.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\lsass.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exeC:\WINDOWS\system32\spoolsv.exeC:\WINDOWS\System32\nvsvc32.exeC:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXEC:\WINDOWS\system32\wscntfy.exeC:\windows\system\hpsysdrv.exeC:\Program Files\HP\Digital Imaging\Unload\hpqcmon.exeC:\HP\KBD\KBD.EXEC:\Program Files\Common Files\Sonic\Update Manager\sgtray.exeC:\WINDOWS\LTMSG.exeC:\Program Files\MUSICMATCH\MUSICMATCH Jukebox\mmtask.exeC:\WINDOWS\ALCXMNTR.EXEC:\Program Files\Messenger\MSMSGS.EXEC:\WINDOWS\system32&... Read more

A:Trying to help a friend long-distance

Hello Nanites and welcome to the BC HijackThis forum. I do not see any problems with viruses or malware in the log. It is clean. There are a couple of housekeeping items to take care of so let's fix those.ImportantFirst, your copy of HijackThis needs to be in a folder of it's own. If it is run from Temporary folders the backups and HijackThis itself could be accidentally deleted if the Temporary folders are cleaned. If it is run from the desktop then the backup files and folders can clutter up the desktop and be accidentally deleted. If it is run from inside a compressed file then the backups are not created at all.Please open My ComputerDouble-click on Local Disk (C:)Click on the File menu, point to New and then click on Folder. Name the folder 'HijackThis' or 'HJT'.Unzip to or copy and paste HijackThis.exe to the new folder (do not run HijackThis directly out of the sfx or compressed file).Now start HijackThis and click the Scan button to perform a scan. Look for the following items and click in the checkbox in front of each item to select it:O2 - BHO: (no name) - {549B5CA7-4A86-11D7-A4DF-000874180BB3} - (no file)O2 - BHO: (no name) - {FDD3B846-8D59-4ffb-8758-209B6AD74ACC} - (no file)Now close ALL open windows except HijackThis and click the Fix Checked button to finish the repair.Ok. Reboot the machine and you re good to go.Cheers.OT

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hi i have configured my wanscam for motion detection, but it only detects and sends email + alarm  if we are near to them like less than 2 cm only. is there any ways we can increase motion detection distance?

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My parents just got a phone bill for four calls to the little African country of Comoros. The calls were apparently made by their grandson's computer, without his knowledge. Thie link below is to an FCC document that describes how this scam works. But briefly, you are surfing along one night and click on a link, a box pops up, you click it off, and you just downloaded a program that disconnects your modem and redials a phone number in Chad, Guinea Bissau, Comoros, or some other country where the primary industry is fraud and scam. If you are using dial-up to access the internet you too could be scammed. Anybody else heard of this get rich scheme? I'm thinking SpywareBlaster would have prevented this, anybody know?


A:Long Distance Scam

Sorry to hear about that.

Get spybot and adaware and run them to clean up what ever.
Spyguard and spyblaster help to keep thing from getting on your PC so all of these are good to have.
Also a good firewall as that should of popped up something asking if you if you want the program (that dialer) to get online.

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Can anyone advise how far you can go using FibreOptics? Using Cat5 copper, you can go as far as 100 meters but I need to know about FO. If anyone can help me, I would appreciate it.


A:Maximum Distance for FibreOptics

Now, you can put your space to better use with fibre cables that can run as far as 550 meters away from the switching station, and still meet the technical requirements of gigabit specificationsClick to expand...

Taken fro ma 3M canadian website -


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I am wanting to know what the best router is for long distance... My uncle is wanting to set up a wireless network at his summer camp but the main internet plug in is at his house which is on the camp site but is about 1000ft. Anyone know if there is any router out there that would work or any ideas on how to make it work? thanks!

A:Solved: Best Router for long distance?

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I have a friend who is trying to get wireless internet set up in her guest house. The cable connection is in the main house which, I'm guessing, is about 150-200 feet away (could be more).

Can anyone recommend a router or setup that will work? She was told by the technician that set up her connection that she would need a router of a certain power, but I'm not sure what that's even supposed to mean. =p

She doesn't have much networking knowledge, so things like repeaters and etc. are kind of too complicated for this.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

A:help - wireless networking over large distance?

If this is line-of-sight, it should be pretty easy. For maximum reliability, I'd use external directional antennas, but you can also orient internal ones in a window and probably get the job done. If it's not line-of-sight, it's a whole different kettle of fish, and we'd have to know exactly what the obstructions are.

Hawking Tech has a number of products that will help you increase your wireless range. The root page is Hawking Hi-Gain™ WiFi Range Extending Products.

Some of the more interesting products are this Hawking [HSB2] Hi-Gain WiFi Signal Booster, which can be used on either end of a wireless connection to boost the signal power.

Another way to increase your signal strength is by the use of hi-gain antennas. You can choose from omni-directional or directional models, here are a some examples.

Hawking [HAI7SIP] Hi-Gain 7dBi Omni-Directional Antenna

Hawking [HAI15SC] Hi-Gain 15dBi Corner Antenna

[HAO14SD] Outdoor Hi-Gain 14dBi Directional Antenna Kit

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Rough estimate on what you should be getting if you have a good quality line also depending on what package you have paid for with your ISP.

(Based in UK on LLU(Local Loop Unbundling) )

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Hi Guys and Gals

Ok what I am trying to do is network 2 buildings together without digging a trench to bury wire through a parking lot. The two buildings are approx. 60 yards apart with several businesses in between. We need to eliminate separate servers and connect with QuickBooks on 1 server by 4 workstations. there are several options for 14DB antennae and routers with detachable antennae. I am not opposed to outdoor antennae if necessary but I feel that's a bit overkill.

Here's the Router I would like to use and one of the antennae. Question is do I install wireless network adapters in the two machines in the other building or di I find a way to set up another 300mbs router to connect to the first and hard wire the pc's I could use 2 antennae if I go with two routers.

Am I just over thinking this? it's a small network in 2 huge buildings about 100 yards between their furthest points.

A:Need Wireless advice for distance networking.

There are many ways to get this done although for 100 yards distance going through walls to clients you may require something more robust. It may not be possible to cover an entire building with a single A/P.

At that long range setting up a secondary A/P as a bridge or repeater may work better. In bridge mode the A/P turns into a wired access point where you can plug into it from other PC's but it gets the signal from wireless.

There is lots of outdoor specific hardware to choose from.

EnGenius ENH700EXT 802.11n Wireless Outdoor Access Point - Walmart.com

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How do I get realistic distance representation using GIMP?

Thanks for your input to my postings. I am using GIMP 2.8. I am not an expert.

I have two images (image1 & image 2). I have same object in image 1 & image 2, but the object is displaced between images. I used GIMP to overlay both the images to figure out the displaced distance. Here is what I did.

I created the 1st image from clipboard, I open a new layer and placed the 2nd object. I adjusted the opacity to provide transparency between image 1 & image 2 . I find image 2 is layered on top of image 1, but the displaced distance is not representing realistically on layered image. I tried with zoom. Images look odd.

How do I make the images to be sync to displaced distance?

I am attaching the layered image for review.

Thanks for sharing.

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