Desirable, Delightful, De-Lovely, or Delicious? – Mac Geek Gab 790
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- 00:00:00 Mac Geek Gab 790 for Monday, November 25, 2019
- 00:03:13 Dave-QT-Zoom a message in Mail
- 00:04:27 Allison-QT-789-Preview Options
- Create new Finder Window, Resize, Close
- 00:07:19 Christopher-789-More Remote Access Options
- 00:08:49 Robert-789-Beware Screens Connect
- Not a secure connection, use VPN if accessing outside of your network
- 00:10:29 Jon-CSF-Samsung X5 SSD
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- 00:14:41 Douglas-CSF-GoNovate $20 Earphones
- 00:16:52 Anker/Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro
- 00:20:02 Plantronics BackBeat PRO 5100
- 00:24:03 Why these vs. AirPods
- 00:31:55 iSH Linux Shell on iOS
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- 00:41:44 Greg-Backup Question
- RAID 1 with SD card will likely introduce performance issues
- 00:50:09 David-Option and Command are Swapped on my Keyboard
- System Preferences > Keyboard > Modifier Keys
- K780 Multi-Device Keyboard
- 00:53:06 Daniel-How to Remap Keyboard Shortcuts
- System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcut > App Shortcuts, be sure to add to command that doesn't already have one
- 00:55:52 John-iOS 13 Wi-Fi Bug
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- 01:06:21 Brian-Catalina vs. Scanners Redux
- 01:11:58 Steve-Long-range Wi-Fi - Cantina or Mesh?
- 01:17:15 Jon-Migrating Catalina to a Mojave Machine
- Have an Internet connection so Boot Recovery Assistant can update
- 01:23:57 MGG 790 Outtro
This topic was modified 2 weeks ago by John F. Braun
This topic was modified 2 weeks ago by Dave Hamilton
This topic was modified 1 week ago by John F. Braun
I had the same problem as Steve, trying to bridge WiFi between two buildings.
I used the EnGenius ENH500, which is specifically made for this situation. It is fast, and has been rock steady for several years now.
They have more features than the average user will ever need (ex., DHCP Server, DNS server), but you can turn the extras off and operate in simple bridge mode.
When first testing my pair, I was able to bridge over half a mile, thru a forest. Theoretically they could bridge 5 miles, I think.
If you really want to geek out, Here’s the manual.