Bridge or Access Point mode? What is the difference? Cascade?
Just to give you a quick training of my installation at this time. I have a 4500 square foot home and currently Uverse Internet (NVG589, 45 Mbps down, 5 Mbps upward). I bought myself a R7000 hopes to expand to the entire network. I also have a Netgear EX6100 that I use for the network...
So currently I have the R7000 connected in AP mode and all my devices connect to it and I turned off WiFi on the NVG589. I have also the connected EX6100 and its WiFi piggybacking off the R7000. The issue I'm having is that I'm the slow service connection via the R7000 (20 mbs, vs 45mbps. I was getting around 40 MB/s connection to NVG589). This happens when connecting both the R7000 and the EX6100.
I was looking at the possibility of plugging the R7000 in Bridge mode and see if that would help. But, from my understanding, if you are using the bridge, then the R7000 does not send over WiFi (or extend the wireless network, the only advantage is that you can extend things through (wired) LAN) is that correct? I need something to extend WiFi as well as throughout the House. I can also use the EX6100 but I do not think that this is enough for any home.
Any suggestions? I also looked in the forums and saw some people talking cascaded from the router, do not know what makes and even if it would help me but if someone you ask around, it would be greatly appreciated.
Apparently, you can configure the Ex6100 as an AP. This link shows how. I have never used this device, so only can go by this doc. Scroll down to about 15 points, in the doc. Good luck!
What is the difference between Bridge and Lightroom? Should I have them both?
If you plan to expand your files only camera raw, then no, you don't need both. Camera Raw, which bridge lance when you select a raw in Bridge file has the same characteristics as Lightroom.
That's where the similarity ends, however. Bridge is a file browser. You can organize and view the files on your hard drives connected. Bridge knows nothing about files that are not connected. Bridge can preview more Adobe files, regardless of the type of file and is a 'bridge' between applications. It will show also the icons for other types of files created in any application. Lightroom creates a database of a few image formats and knows about them, even if the disk they are on is in offline mode. It cannot handle most types of file formats, however. Lightroom has a robust for print production and publication Center. Bridge doesn't. Lightroom also has Mobile of Lightroom to make some fundamental changes to the photos on your phone or tablet. Bridge doesn't.
So if you need both depends on what you do on your computer. I absolutely use Bridge / Camera Raw/Photoshop and Lightroom/Lightroom Mobile.
I get all the IDs and passwords and none are accepted
"I received message' iPad requires your password after restart", but it does not accept passwords
What is the difference between the password and access code
Standard codes which block the iPad are 4 or 6-digit. You can set a more difficult to decode, personalized access code / password in the settings using letter and numbers if you wish.
A password is a series of numbers, symbols and letters that a user putting in place to protect the information in a frame, a web site, e-mail, etc. This may actually be a word or series of words, if you wanted to set up in this way.
Your iPad is looking for this 4- or 6-digit code. If you can remember, you must restore the device so for free.
RM-YD022 send any decimal point. What is the solution?
Welcome to the community of Sony.
The button of the decimal point can be used with the number buttons 0-9 and press ENT to select digital channels. For example, to enter in 5.1, press  [.]  and ENT.
The television receives digital channels?
It's confusing. Why are there two downloads of Windows XP Mode? And what is the difference between XP normal Mode and XP Mode "N"?
Thank you for your response.
The "n" of Windows versions contain no Windows Media Player. It is the result of an agreement with the European Commission to settle the dispute of the competition.
What is the difference between the payment organization method and mode of payment transfer?
As I am a new bie, I'm curious as to what it may seem a silly question.
Just to add to the comments of Avinash-
You create methods of payment organization - say in cash, cheque, Direct deposit.
You assign to a payroll (on the screen of definition of payroll)
Now for assignments with this payroll, you can set payment methods Org (only those you have assigned to the level of payroll)
The assignments may have one or more payment methods, with different percentages adding up to 100%.
Hope that helps,
See you soon,.
The JLS called access modifiers, but sometimes they are simply called access specifiers.
I'm not aware of any distinction between the two terms (except that one is good ;-))
I would like to know what is the difference between 5R NEX5 and NEX to help me choose the best.
Here are some key differences between the NEX-5 and NEX - 5R.
- Sensor CMOS APS - C with a resolution of 14.2 million pixels
- video recording Full HD 1080/60i
- the speed of 7 frames per second in burst mode
- ISO sensitivity up to 12800
- Sweep Panorama and 3D Sweep Panorama modes
- Autofocus contrast with 25 points
- Sensor CMOS APS - C with a 16.1 megapixel resolution
- video recording Full HD 1080/60 p
- the speed of 10 frames per second in burst mode
- ISO sensitivity of up to 25600
- Panoramic scan mode
- Quick autofocus hybrid with contrast of 25 points of 99 points phase detection autofocus and auto focus
In addition, the NEX5R has built-in Wi - Fi that allows you to install applications and extend the functionality of the camera. Built-in Wi - Fi will also allow you to transfer images wireless to a smartphone, Tablet, the computer and the TV.
If this post answered your question, please mark "accept as a Solution.
Anyone know what is the difference in coverage and coverage before holes?
I can find the doc of Cisco is:
«cover holes are displayed as alarms, coverage before holes are displayed as events»
"The gaps or the 'holes' in coverage of radio access point are the main cause of poor audio. Detected on the client before hole events coverage provides continuous monitoring to ensure that the customer is informed about the existence of these cover holes. »
It seems to cover before the hole is detected customer, cover hole is detected AP? However, I'm not sure.
Another question is what trap includes alarm coverage before hole in the dictionary of alarm and event of WCS 7.0? I can only find several cover traps:
However, two of them have no say if for hole cover or the front cover. Don't know what trap will be sent by the WCS to a notification receiver configured to indicate an event coverage before hole, for example:
Minor - X - 13: 27:52 16/09/10 cisco-WCS WCS SNMP <$2>0x07 da 09 10 0d 1 b 2 c b 05 2-0 at 00: 10.1.1.12: coverage before hole reported by 00:1f:3 c: cd:c8:2 detected by 10.1.1.12: coverage before hole reported by ' 00:1f:3 c: cd:c8:2 has ' found on the controller
Your valuable contribution is very much appreciated!
A front cover is when a client remains for 5 seconds in a coverage hole. In other words, when a customer is heard for a while to wrong signal and is not roaming, it must mean that this area is a coverage hole. This event is informational
A coverage hole event is when several clients are pasted into the same hole in coverage. Then the AP will increase its power if possible.
WLC waits for several clients before trigger power avoids crazy behaviors of increasine/reduction/increase/decrease.
The settings for cover hole events can be configured on the part of MRR of WLC (number of customers, etc...)
Nothing is configurable for cover before hole because it's just '1 customer only reached the hole in coverage thresholds '.
Hope that clarifies.
Hi, I'm new to blackberry. I just got a "BOLD", and some of the icons seem to be redundant. If someone could explain why I would really appreciate it. I had trouble getting the results of a search of forum so I apologize if this topic has been discussed recently.
What is the difference between 'messages' (which looks like an envelope) and the other envelope with the globe on it (which appears as [email protected])?
Can I delete one? I don't understand why there are two.
Also, why is it "medianet" and "browser"? They aren't going to the same place? What is an AT & T thing where they try to control the universe?
Thanks for your help,
With the BlackBerry, you can have up to 10 "BIS" (BlackBerry Internet Service) email addresses, but also a company e-mail sent to your BlackBerry address. It is also SMS (text) messages, PIN of PIIN messages and MMS messages.
Each BIS email address gets its own icon which will appear only this e-mail by e-mail address. The Messages icon ALL E-mail addresses sent to the BlackBerry. It will also display all messages in pine and optionally show the SMS (text) messages and phone calls, and IM still active cats. But there is no icon for only PIN messages.
The fact that there is no way to separate the email from company to a simple icon is a point of contention for some users. There is a product (Empower BES Mailbox - OTA / Web $20) which will create an icon that displays only the Enterprise email. However, you can also create a saved search to display only the BES (BlackBerry Enterprise Server) email.
If you prefer using a simple icon of Messages or have separate icons for each email address is a matter of personal preference. If you have only one or two emails being sent to your BlackBerry, there is probably little difference. However, I have six accounts BIS as a BES account delivered and many prefer to have a place to look when I hear or feel that a new message has arrived.
In addition, equipped with a full QWERTY keyboard device, I'd rather be able to use the shortcut keys to access ALL the applications on my BlackBerry. In fact, I have everything I don't need (including Messages, all messaging icons, address book, calendar, Notepad, etc.) in a folder called hidden since I never need them!
I am currently part of a new construction project and my Cisco account manager and sales engineer recommend Cisco NAC for our new MDF. I'm confused because I don't clearly know the difference between a Cisco ACS and the NAC. What is the difference?
The two are completely different, maybe the sales rep could present you with more information and application. Each offers a variety of services tailored to the specific needs. I think that we need to read more in depth on the proceeds of the NAC. NAC seems an excellent solution for authentication authorization but other regulatory compliance.
When you see ask your representative to sales for more information/demo.
ACS is more widely use as a central point to access control to network devices routers, an example is for acs accounting management and the authority to order on all devices on the network using acs as RADIUS server. Considering that the NAC is over a central point of safety inspection on earlier systems of access to your network by via LAN or outside, an example of these respected regulatory defined could be inspections could be virus definition checks before getting lan access thus preventing access to the LAN if the system does not have regulatory compliance defined in NAC access is denied. Another example could be the unknown local host connections etc... So, it seems that NAC is a much broader product that provides endpoint security internal, not only the authentication authorization as acs... ACS has been there for a long time, NAC is rather new product.
There are 3 ways to make a provider site unavailable for use in R12?
Accounts payable Manager > search provider, and then click address book
(1) click the button remove
2) click on "Update" and change the status to "inactive."
3) click on 'Manage the Sites' and fixed the date passed in 'inactive Date '.
What is the difference between them and what are the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Pros to delete: If there were human errors while accessing a supplier Site and if they are to be discarded then you can use this option. By example, bad provider Siite imported sources via interfaces or data conversion.
Cons to delete: Auditors will be unhappy because the record is no more.
Pros from inactive: Consider a scenario in which a provider of on-site audit has arrived and the audit found non-compliance with the operations of the Site to a specific provider. In such a case, that your company has decided to not not to create one more (or business) transactions with the Site Supplier up to what the provider meets the policies agreed contractual and accounts gives a green signal. And this is where you use 'inactive' for simply inactivate the vendor Site and then reactivate after passing a second check.
Cons of idle: You not save the date to which it has been inactivated. However the database captures the "last_update_date" column (which is not useful unless you have activated the check feature).
Pros inactive Date: Consider a scenario in which your provider had a warehouse in Auckland. But now they have closed the warehouse and moved to China. In this case, you always want to maintain previous transactions in the system, as well as from the point of view of the audit after inactivating you add some comments here. This is where the functionality of 'inactive date' will be very convenient in which you show clearly in the system when the site became inactive (and the reason for this action).
I hope this helps.
What is the difference between the elements & CS6
Title of the message was edited by: Brett N
There are many differences, too many to list, really, but here is among the most important:
1. the items comes with organizing base catalog. CS6 has the navigation bridge database file.
2. the item editor has stripped versions of many of the same tools as CS6 a. same tools, fewer options.
3 elements editor has Quick and guided modes to simple workflow for the most basic editing needs.
4 items does not support CMYK and has very little support for 16-bit images.
For a more comprehensive guide, please see:
select * from v$system_event where event like ‘%wait%’; EVENT TOTAL_WAITS TOTAL_TIMEOUTS TIME_WAITED AVERAGE_WAIT --------------------------- ----------- -------------- ----------- ------------ buffer busy waits 636528 1557 549700 .863591232 write complete waits 1193 0 14799 12.4048617 free buffer waits 1601 0 622 .388507183
Buffer busy waits occur when an Oracle session needs access to a block in the buffer cache, but cannot because the copy of the data block buffer is locked. This busy buffer wait condition can occur for one of the following reasons:
* The block is read from the buffer by another session, for the waiting session must wait for the block of reading to complete.
* Another session has the block buffer locked in a mode that is not compatible with the request to the waiting session.
The metrics Oracle free buffer wait wait event indicates that a server process could not find a tampon without a displayed the database writer to make free buffers by writing of buffers of Sales.
The solution for busy buffer waits includes include database writer (DBWR) claim tuning, implementing Segment Automatic Storage Management (SAMS, a.k.a bitmap freelists), using the index reverse and adding a lack index in order to reduce buffer keys.
The solution free buffer waits commonly includes tuning I\O, DBWn tuning, increase in the size of the cache buffer etc.
Published by: jetq on February 10, 2010 17:24
These different versions when it is done using the keyword "variable" and "set."
and these two are performed outside 'DECLARE '.
VARIABLE g_monthly_sal NUMBER
SET p_annual_sal = 5000
-I understand that p_annual_sal will be considered to be a TANK.
-ALSO if DEFINE the variable serves as a macro variable, THEN it is necessary to give it a certain value whenever we define.
If this is not the case, what value would it replace?
OR does that mean when we want to specify the data type for a variable binding, we should use VARIABLE and
When we do not want to specify type we use SET?
Published by: user6287828 on February 24, 2009 11:03
Published by: user6287828 on February 24, 2009 11:04
Both are SQL * most orders. In a real programming environment you will use these constructions (except in a few rare cases of scripts).
The difference is the way in which the building will be used later. DEFINE looks more like a string copy & paste. Wherever this substitution variable name is found, it will be pasted into the sql * plus the term.
VARIABLE creates a real variable. You can change the value and if follwos the usual principles of variables (including the link).
Example can be found in the docs:
Where and how to use the Substitution Variables
You can use anywhere substitution variables in the SQL and SQL * more orders, except that the first word entered. When SQL * Plus meets a variable substitution not defined in a SQL command * more will prompt you for the value.
You can enter any string, at the prompt, even a container of spaces and punctuation. If the SQL command that contains the reference must have quotes around the variable and you include here, the user must include the quotation marks when you are prompted.
SQL * Plus reads your answer from the keyboard, even if you have redirected the terminals input or output to a file. If a terminal is not available (if, for example, you run the script in batch mode), SQL * Plus uses the redirection file.
After you have entered a value in the prompt, SQL * Plus lists the line containing the variable substitution twice: once before replacing it with the value that you enter and once after substitution. You can delete this list by setting the variable to VERIFY OFF command.
The use of Bind Variables
Bind variables are variables that you create in SQL * Plus and then the reference in PL/SQL or SQL. If you create a variable binding in SQL * Plus, you can use the variable as you would for a variable declared in your PL/SQL subprogram and access the variable from SQL * more. You can use bind variables for things such as the storage of return codes or debug your PL/SQL subprograms.
Because bind variables are recognized by SQL * Plus, you can display their values in SQL * more or reference them in PL/SQL subprograms that you run in SQL * more.
Creating Bind Variables
You create variable bind in SQL * Plus with the command VARIABLE. For example
Ret_val VARIABLE NUMBER
This command creates a variable binding named ret_val with a NUMBER data type. See the command VARIABLE for more information. (To list all the bind variable created in a session VARIABLE type without arguments).
Referencing Bind Variables
You reference bind variables in PL/SQL by typing a colon (:)) immediately followed by the name of the variable. For example
: ret_val: = 1;
To change this variable binding in SQL * Plus, you must enter a PL/SQL block. For example:
: ret_val: = 4;
Maybe you are looking for
I noticed several areas, mysupercheap.com and ndsvc.com, always appear in the list of NoScript blocking. I was an extension called Yontoo. I never installed it. How it was added without my knowledge? How can I block the addition of extensions without
Yesterday, I received my new ideapad Y580. After installation and test of some games, I found that it was perfect. However, I came up with some problem this afternoon. Play with Anno 2070 approximately half an hour, I found some error 'portray '. Sor
Information on the site, is this printer driver to use on the Win7 installation disc. The updated driver does not work according to the best information. It is not installed when you try to use the printer, the error message says this printer driver
When I try to change the settings from automatic to manual or disable, a pop-up window appears "access denied." Left me with no option except to, click OK to exit from this screen message. I'm turning on Windows Defender, but when I click on "Start t
Hi allI use Jdeveloper 184.108.40.206USE the case - I'm creating some UI (Tab) when running. I am able to create. But the I created, only the first tab is always selected. and the rest of the tab does not select (maybe it is disable). Help me choose these