Wireless bridge & dd-wrt

I recently bought the WL-330gE_M from Asus. It is a pair of access points pre-configured to bridge 2 LAN networks via wireless, all you have to do is take them out of the box and plug them in, straightforward and simple, no configuration needed. They are intended to enable hooking up devices to the internet that don’t have wireless and without pulling cables through the house (e.g. dvd player, TV, cable box, …). The package arrived last week and it was a matter of minutes plugging the devices in and having everything working. ¬†Everything worked without any setup, took me longer to get them out of the box than to […]

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Useful Software for MSI Wind

So I’ve had my Wind for a few weeks now. I think I’ll share some stuff I’ve stumbled upon (or searched). The latest Firmware – A little tip, it will only update your BIOS if you have AC power plugged in (and it will give you a error message that has nothing to do with the power source if you don’t). The “hassle” of upgrading the firmware is defiantly worth it, built in overclocking (if something goes wacky and your keyboard doesn’t respond anymore. don’t fret, just unplug ac and battery for 30 sec.). eeeRotate – Software to rotate your screen & touch pad. Now you can read eEbooks with […]

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