• Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Speed Test

    My Results


About mudmanc4

  • Rank
    TMN Seasoned Veteran
  • Birthday January 1

Contact Methods

  • AIM
  • MSN
  • Website URL
  • ICQ
  • Yahoo
  • Skype

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    In The Plex

Recent Profile Visitors

72,432 profile views
  1. And that is exactly why chickens nor monkeys can be timed in how long it takes them to kick the seeds from a dill pickle
  2. I can only ascertain the user in located in Indonesia using Telkom as their ISP, having issues with their wifi, and posting the LAN address of the router or testing machine. @mumuricky, please post what problem you are experiencing.
  3. I had the understanding selecting a manual test size passed the =nfw or, no forward flag, I tried this and it forwards to the calculated next test size up. @CA3LE where am I going wrong here?
  4. Hey @fey42 , here is something you could consider. Though not exactly what you are requesting, nor would this likely be very easy for you to find an image, located on a server in the Cascades, but don't let that discourage you. If you take the time, I'm certain you would find websites somewhat locally to accomplish this. There are many VPS (Virtual Private Server) providers in Oregon, for just dollars a month, as in ~$2-4.00, you could upload a file and then download this file locally at intervals. As well as have various servers scattered around the state. This would require basic knowledge of a linux command line. There are also 'KVM' VPS's which some of which would allow windows installations, where you could RDP or remote desktop to them. Another option might be, to coordinate with local friends, and setup file sharing between your computers, using an FTP client such as filezilla, connecting to the other users machines, you can gauge throughput by sending and receiving a file.
  5. @Mr_B Have you had any success with your new wireless speakers yet?
  6. Interesting. Myself, considering does most everything you are suggesting, I'm not sure adding more clutter to my local system, or Nagios box is something I would entertain, when I can log into and analyze, search the database for either automated, multi threaded, or manual testing results otherwise. There are means incorporated within, which prevent abuse, however this is not made public as far as I understand it. I'm not posting to discourage you in any way, in fact personally I encourage good useful scripting.
  7. The type of connection you have, will lease and expire connections based on end device connectivity, or usage. In other words, the IP address assigned to your device, is dynamic, meaning it is not specific to you. But will be used repeatedly on everyone connecting to the beam. In order to better track your results here at, make sure you are logged in when testing. As you have yet to test, while being logged in. At that point, you have the ability to control what stays and what goes, within your database. As well as only your test results being shown, when you index through your results.
  8. Something curious I see, the connection is Verizon fiber, yet you are using a 54Mbps wireless node? What device are you testing with this very old hardware? Don't get me wrong, I have a couple in service myself for guest/ community APs. It's rather surprising to see a fiber connected user, utilizing such a device. Is it possible to get the topology of your network? A couple of scenarios, caching, either a local device controlling your internal network or a node in the vicinity/ complex, which is QOS squid ect... controlled; or the wireless device you are testing with is actually connecting to a different network.
  9. @RayArdia, if you are familiar with the ping and tracrt command in a windows command line, run both to (assuming your running windows) Start/ orb, or whatever version of windows you might be running > type in 'cmd' without the ticks, then: tracrt And to ping: ping Please copy and paste the output of each here.
  10. I can agree completely, while adding the opinion, if they as in Adobe, would have been open source/ non proprietary, contributors would have certainly embraced the fleeting resource. However since not so much, reality took over long ago, for instance HTML5
  11. I think it's fantastic!!! Anyone who has a new iPhone, and a drill bit + thinking something as asinine as this might work, actually could use this as a learning tool, maybe for a plethora of reasons, but mostly to get a clear understanding of reality. The idea that anyone would do this certainly draws the line between cognitive function and and explanation as to why there are even videos like this. Fantastic! And No, neither myself, nor approves or condones anyone attempting to drill a hole in their iPhone. geezus, I was actually, morally compelled to say that
  12. Seriously, if people are really drilling their iPhone expecting something, anything positive to come from this task, please send me your iPhone7 before cranking up that power drill. Hilarious to say the least.
  13. This is a subjective injection of truly obscene abuse of reality in my opinion, is using part of what made your past great, in the attempt to perpetuate your existence in the sector by mixing some obscure cocktail in hopes if inoculating your own demise. To put this another way, much like getting all sweaty with the team, pounding away at the keyboard working to get that 'fix' for a system wide exploit, there after rolling in dry sand to claim it can be done painlessly, all the while rubbing ointment on the nether regions and itchy sand fleas wondering why you have rash ass. This move inspires thoughts of a deranged scientist in a fully funded (via other projects) in some concrete/ steel fluorescent lit lab 27 stories underground in an old WW2 base (much like the long haired dude from the movie Independence Day; "they don't let us out of here very often, as you can imagine") trying to reanimate the dead, just because he has the resources to attempt it. Pure mental masturbation. Have we not proven alternative means which would otherwise show themselves as a much 'better', or appropriate I should say means for video, advertising, and malware. Let it go Adobe, just let it rest in pieces. Is there not another venue to exploit and name proprietary? Appearances are everything? Then this attempt of re-animation give the appearance more of an attempt to perpetuate the botnet industry than actually assisting with the forward momentum of media access for the masses.
  14. [...] The NPAPI version of Adobe Flash Player is the version that runs natively on the system. It installs on your operating systems and all the applications can access it. It means all the browsers running on your system will display Flash content on the web using the NPAPI. Adobe, in 2012 had discontinued the NPAPI version of Flash player for Linux and promised only security updates till 2017. But recently, Adobe announced that it will completely support NPAPI for Linux. More on that later. [...] The PPAPI version of Adobe Flash Player is the product of a collaboration between Google’s Chrome and Adobe. NPAPI is native, had a great performance, but the whole concept of NPAPI had become irrelevant and there was a need for something different. Something advanced. Google was looking to re-define some basic parameters regarding how the Web worked. Web apps or web based applications that could work on computers, without the bias of platform were the ultimate ambition of Google in this division. (I must say It’s doing pretty good.) [...] Source
  15. So I was just given these things by a friend who knows I do peppers. He doesn't remember what they were called, but the one looks like a carolina reaper, considering the tail. Yes? The others I have no inclination. My regular peppers are habeneros and I've just started eating scorpions.