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03-26-2008 10:33 AM
thenightmare and thank you to the admin that let us stay.. i agree that we were out of line for those posts.. u guys really do rock.. i thought i'd be banned for sure..
03-26-2008 10:31 AM
thenightmare haha believe what u want.. i know where i'm at and i know who's sitting right next to me.. i also know we're using the same i.p. address because i help the administrator a lot.. and as for y we dont talk in class, it's because i cant scream that i'd get my girl pregnant and leave her.. i really wouldnt but it makes for a funny convo..
03-26-2008 09:24 AM
Simply^Ride I really like this forum, you really do not find what the Mazda 6 forum has. The moderators let everything pass, it seems to me like they really do not block any content. Users are just given warnings and nothing else.

Great job at keeping this forum the way it's running. Thanks
03-26-2008 08:08 AM
PaoloSmythe and what under writes that 'bottom line'?

without a poota you have NO bidnis!

doubt me? well then here is another piece of jargon to prove my POV: Y2K

oh the terrar!

but what do i know? i am as techno-ignorant as a rabid squirrel!
03-26-2008 06:49 AM
Originally Posted by mpdsnowman View Post
2 u geeks thats a network. To us businessmen thats a fucking mess
why on earth would 'geeks' make things accessible and jargon free?

the most messy and jargon rich 'specialisations' are those which really are simple, but are made overly complex to merely sustain a demand for geeks... be they legal, medical or technical.

it is the perpetuation of the fight against being rendered obsolete.
03-25-2008 02:20 PM
Originally Posted by mpdsnowman View Post
See thats the difference.. 2 u geeks thats a network. To us businessmen thats a fucking mess Why do u think we are always rolling our eyes as we look over your shoulder it dont make sense to us...its not supposed too.
Better get used to it. in 10 years setting up a standard network will be as common as using a microwave. You may not know how the microwave works on the inside, but you know how to push the buttons and get warm food.
03-25-2008 01:24 PM
Mooz What mess? That's how networks work.
03-25-2008 10:49 AM
Originally Posted by kri$han View Post
*sirens* Geek alert!!!

I use dis hurr 'pewter by typin stuff on dis hurr keyboard, and stuff happens on dah screen... uh-huhlk.

Don't get all pissy just because I have a job

03-25-2008 10:37 AM
Originally Posted by Mooz View Post
Ok, now you're just abusing buzz words They're at a school so the school it going to have one NATd internet connection. Without a client installed on the PC, you aren't going to get their PCs IP address. Even if you did I'd wadger many of us have the same address. Getting the subnet is useless. They're all going to be unless they are super subnetting. Then you still only get etc. WAP and WEP are two different ways to "secure" a wireless network. Both suck mighty nards but WEP is god awfull.
*sirens* Geek alert!!!

I use dis hurr 'pewter by typin stuff on dis hurr keyboard, and stuff happens on dah screen... uh-huhlk.

03-24-2008 06:57 PM
baldylox Your mixing WAP and WPA. Though, like Mooz said, neither is applicable here. Subnet mask would not help anyway as Mooz also pointed out. Maybe you were thinking of MAC addresses? However... those also, are only applicable on the local level (within the same subnet.
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