Updated - Through the magic of virtualization, you can make any Windows machine serve as a place to store your Apple Time Machine backup files without using the nasty old TMShowUnsupportedNetworkVolumes hack.
In Part 1, we built a NAS Disk Array. This time we will convert our NAS array into a fibre channel SAN and configure a Windows DAS server.
Greg Noel's new multi-part series will show you how to put together lots of high-performance storage for a lot less than slower and less capacious off-the-shelf NASes.
You probably don't need 1,000 Terabytes sitting on your LAN. But understanding how one company set out to build their own storage module for a tenth of what vendors charge may help you in your next NAS build.
It's harder than you think for that expensive router of yours to deliver all the throughput the big number on its box promises. We show you why.Read More
Trying to decide between a router and a Wi-Fi System? This experiment should help you choose wisely.Read More
Updated: Here's a quick primer on Wi-Fi 6E.Read More
Wi-Fi ping spikes aren't always caused by a poor connection. Your router settings could be to blame.Read More
Ever wonder what happens behind the scenes when Wi-Fi devices roam, or more likely don't? We'll show you why the "seamless" roaming Wi-Fi gear makers promise is still as elusive as a Yeti.Read More
We reveal the secrets of why your devices don't always connect where you want them to and what you can do to fix it.Read More