Very few of us do
(eeeeeeeeeeee ... still dealing with a messed up bio-clock from pulling a 40-hour day at work)
the router died. half a day offline during tough timelines have to be met.
since our admins prefer to have the router as a single point of failure even local DNS and DHCP was gone...
so I wasted some time to get 2.6.38 running.
Probably a couple of weeks, as the work order cleared seven layers of internal red-tape.
this is the advantage of a small business. My brother has an extra cellular-to-wifi-point thingy. He figures if his office goes offline for 2 hours a year, it pays for itself.
well, the linksys would probably be a little overdosed with all those vpns and stuff.
and... some where using their android as hotspot to continue surfing... but sometimes you need internal infrastructure and some of those vpns too...
I feel better now.
ah. thats why you're loosing your hair. There are others around who tear it off.
If you are breaking the desk by banging your head on it -- don't stop banging, just get a tougher desk. You need to get out that frustration. :)
After a fashion, the same here.
We survived another intense trade show. Apparently, we've already packed up, and the guys who were at the show will enjoy touring Nevada before returning home this weekend. As to the show's success? I guess we won't know about that until some time passes. I sure hope it was all worth the effort. At least this year, the show went better than in previous years.