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  1. Weird. I use private IP addresses on both Debian...

    Weird. I use private IP addresses on both Debian servers, too, and don't have those problems. Maybe, it has to do with the 192.168.0.0 subnet you're using: 192.168.0.254 is usually the default...
  2. Sticky: Thanks, great! Yes, I know that latest...

    Thanks, great!

    Yes, I know that latest OmniGraffle version supports visio file format, but for various reasons we decided to stick with OG V5.4.4.

    I could convert all stencils from the PPT. The...
  3. Sticky: Thanks very much! Indeed the VSDX annotator seems...

    Thanks very much! Indeed the VSDX annotator seems to be helpful. Will check it out.
  4. Of course, yes, since the EAP245 supports band...

    Of course, yes, since the EAP245 supports band steering, it should be able to handle roaming as well (clients re-connecting using the same ESSID on APs are standardized in 802.11). Yes, they actually...
  5. AFAIK, besides the java RTE, there are only 3...

    AFAIK, besides the java RTE, there are only 3 binaries in EAPController, which are compiled for 64 bit: mongo, mongodb and portt, a tiny helper utility checking if EAPC is alive by connecting to its...
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    I am not sure what you mean with "change my local...

    I am not sure what you mean with "change my local IP address to the recommended 192.168.0.2 as per the instructions".

    You have only change your IP to the 192.168.0.2 IP to initially reach the...
  7. You might want to try with latest Build 1.0.3...

    You might want to try with latest Build 1.0.3 available on the German download page: http://www.tp-link.de/download/T1600G-28TS_V1.html#Firmware

    According to TP-Link support this firmware (1.0.3)...
  8. Sticky: Could someone please also create stencils for...

    Could someone please also create stencils for OmniGraffle for Mac OSX / MacOS? Unfortunately, OmniGraffle 5.4 cannot read Visio Stencils.

    Alternatively, if someone with a Windows system could...
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    Ok, back to the speed test problem. Just to...

    Ok, back to the speed test problem.

    Just to make sure: did you start a server for the speed test? If there is no server running, speed test sometimes report the "Operation is timeout" message...
  10. Oh, indeed it has. It's then becoming either...

    Oh, indeed it has. It's then becoming either "Repeater" or "Bridge" mode, both are technically client mode with an AP enabled (WiFi adapter in STA and managed mode simultaneously).

    But you're...
  11. In the first place, the Java environment would...

    In the first place, the Java environment would have to be supported by Synology for their platform, which AFAIK is based on their own custom Linux system.
    But you probably would not have much fun...
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    sunshine, a month ago the distance was 2km at...

    sunshine, a month ago the distance was 2km at first, a week later it was only 1.2km in your post #6 and in post #14 it was 2.9km in your previous thread here, now it's 1.9km. Actually, if the remote...
  13. Which firmware version do you use currently?

    Which firmware version do you use currently?
  14. This is really strange. I tested it on a Dell...

    This is really strange. I tested it on a Dell server with a fresh Debian 8 install and on another, smaller system also with a freshly installed Debian 8.

    Maybe there is an issue with some kind of...
  15. mongodb listens on port 27017. Port 1099 is...

    mongodb listens on port 27017. Port 1099 is rmiregistry. The EAPController listens on ports 8043 and 8088.

    Just to make sure: you are aware that on Linux there is no popup appearing as in the...
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    No, it depends on the capabilities of the...

    No, it depends on the capabilities of the stations (clients), which tell the AP they would wish to switch from one AP to another. This already works in standard 802.11 implementations. FTR according...
  17. I have no reason to not believe you. :) Did...

    I have no reason to not believe you. :)

    Did the "kill" message disappear now? And did you test the original script control.sh, too?

    Not sure wether you can go back to SysV init on Debian 9....
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    Fast transition roaming (FTR) is the IEEE 802.11r...

    Fast transition roaming (FTR) is the IEEE 802.11r standard, which introduces a new concept for roaming where the initial handshake with the new AP is done even before the client roams to the target...
  19. The app starts up indeed. But: this...

    The app starts up indeed. But: this *()#$%^&-systemd kills the job as soon as su terminates.

    See https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=825394 for details.

    That's is the important...
  20. Ignore the warnings about initialization failure...

    Ignore the warnings about initialization failure of log4j, it will be loaded again later on. See file server.log, it should read like this:



    2017-08-13 17:25:03 [main]...
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    You're welcome, quarky42. ;) Who knows for...

    You're welcome, quarky42.



    ;) Who knows for sure? Maybe, when no one is looking, they send out some weird signals, what probably could be the cause for the (still not well researched) higher...
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    64 byte is the minimum required size for an...

    64 byte is the minimum required size for an Ethernet frame so that collision detect (CSMA/CD) will work. If a frame is tagged, additional 4 bytes for the VLAN will be appended to the frame header.
    ...
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    If it is statistical only, they should change the...

    If it is statistical only, they should change the column names to "RxTotalPkt" and "RxTaggedPkt" instead of "RxGoodPkt/RxBadPkt".
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    Because of AirTime. To get data at 16 Mbit/s over...

    Because of AirTime. To get data at 16 Mbit/s over the air, you need a wireless speed of up to 32 Mbit/s due to the encapsulation of packets in wireless frames and due to the nature of half-duplex...
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    No, thanks. Region mode is not fixed with my...

    No, thanks. Region mode is not fixed with my device, but changing TX power is a) illegal and b) overdrives nearby radios by as much as 3,800mW. If other radios are impaired, regulation authorities...
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