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Symform Reviewed

Symform logoSymform lets you trade spare local storage and some of your internet bandwidth for free cloud storage.

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Google Drive logoGoogle Drive is basically Google Docs with more storage, local file sync and an increase in storage pricing.

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Mozy Makes A Move Against Dropbox, SugarSync

Mozy  LogoMozy has decided to enter the cloud file sync market.

Why Is Android So Stupid?

Stupid AndroidAndroid may be an OS designed for the cloud. But when it comes to syncing all your data, it's downright dumb.

Soonr Reviewed

Soonr logo Updated - Soonr is a relatively new cloud service for businesses who want the best of Google Docs functionality with Dropbox-like sync.

How To Buy Cloud Storage - Part 2

Storage in the CloudIn the second and final part of this series, we survey some of the companies offering different types of cloud storage services.

How To Buy Cloud Storage - Part 1

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Dropbox Adds Multi-User Service

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  • Asuswrt-Merlin 378.51 Beta 1 is out" class="lightTip" target="_self" rel="nofollow">Asuswrt-Merlin 378.51 Beta 1 is out
    Highlights of this release:

    • Official support for the RT-N16 is being dropped. This last model based on SDK5 requires too much efforts to maintain. New features such as the new wireless log would have to be re-written specifically for that model.
    • The RT-AC3200 is now supported.
    • Entware is now supported on ARM models, based on Zyxmon's Qnapware repository
    • Completely redesigned the Wireless Log page. With the addition of a third radio on the...

    Asuswrt-Merlin 378.51 Beta 1 is out
  • http://192.168.1.1/Tools_Sysinfo.asp

    Or via Telnet/SSH:

    nvram get bl_version


    RT-N18U (ARM) - (Known...

    ASUS ROUTERS CFE DUMPS COLLECTION" class="lightTip" target="_self" rel="nofollow">ASUS ROUTERS CFE DUMPS COLLECTION
    ASUS ROUTERS CFE DUMPS COLLECTION
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    I'm creating this thread just because it would be interesting testing old vs recent CFE versions on devices in order to see the real differences, it's well know that some CFE versions don't allow some settings. Ex: Overclock capability, wireless channels region settings, etc.

    Check your CFE version at:

    http://192.168.1.1/Tools_Sysinfo.asp

    Or via Telnet/SSH:

    nvram get bl_version


    RT-N18U (ARM) - (Known...

    ASUS ROUTERS CFE DUMPS COLLECTION
  • auto-delete router usb disk
    Hello. I have an ip-camera which sends file via ftp on the router hard disk. Is there anything I can do to delete the older files once a week without opening any pc? Thanks.
  • Spin down problem after replacing RT-AC56U
    I have got USB HDD Seagate 1TB. I have never had a problems with hdd spin down. This feature worked for me well on every Merlin's build.
    Few days ago my router died and had been replaced by new one.
    Unfortunatelly on new RT-AC56U spinning down doesn't work. I tried few Merlin's builds and nothing works.
    Any ideas what is wrong ? USB HDD is still the same.
  • AP to pair with RT-N66U" class="lightTip" target="_self" rel="nofollow">AP to pair with RT-N66U
    I have an RT-N66U (stock firmware) that works great, but the WiFi doesn't quite reach into all areas of my house, especially at 5 GHz. So, would like to add another dual-band Asus router (hardwired) configured as an AP, and hopefully not have to spend the $$ for another N66U.

    First, I considered the RT-N53, but read that the 5 GHz radio is marginal. So, settled on the RT-N56U.

    Flashed it with current (stock) firmware, factory reset, configured as an AP (same SSID and security, different,...

    AP to pair with RT-N66U