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How To Use a Router To Add Network Ports

How To Use a Router To Add Network PortsThere are two ways to put an old router back to work if you need more LAN ports.

How To Write an iPhone App in 14 Days

How To Write an iPhone App in 14 DaysHow hard is it to write your first iPhone / iPod Touch application? Jim Buzbee describes how he did it in less than two weeks.

How We Test Networked Storage Devices - Revision 2

NAS ChartsThe second revision of our NAS Test procedures includes file copy tests using Vista SP1.

How We Test Hardware Routers

This article describes our Router test procedures for both wired and wireless routers.

How To Build a Really Fast NAS - Part 6: The Vista (SP1) Difference

How To Build a Really Fast NAS - Part 6: The Vista (SP1) DifferenceVista SP1 includes a bag of tricks that can help a high-performance NAS bust the 100 MB/s mark.

How To Install Debian on the QNAP TS-209 Pro

How To Install Debian on the QNAP TS-209 ProInstall Debian on your QNAP or other Marvell Orion based NAS and make it do what you want it to do.

5 Ways To Fix Slow 802.11n Speed

Slow WiFi?Disappointed that you're not getting the throughput you keep hearing that 802.11n gear delivers? Use our five tips to get the speed you paid for!

How To Build a Really Fast NAS - Part 5: iSCSI

How To Build a Really Fast NAS - Part 5: iSCSIIn Part 5 of our series, we learn that iSCSI doesn't appear to be the secret to a Fast NAS.

Taming Your Network's Bandwidth Hogs - Part 2

In our final Part 2, we look at two off-the-shelf ways to control up and downstream bandwidth.

How To Build a Really Fast NAS - Part 4: Ubuntu Server

How To Build a Really Fast NAS - Part 4: Ubuntu ServerIn Part 4 of our continuing series, we're still far from reaching our 100 MB/s goal.
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