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Archive for July 10th, 2017

3.6 GIG – Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server – MikroTik RouterOS

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/07/10

Don’t abuse: 3.6 GIG – Public-Mikrotik-Bandwidth-Test-Server – MikroTik RouterOS [WayBack]

Primary btest server (for short high speed bursts):

  • IP address: 207.32.195.2
  • User: btest
  • Passowrd: btest
  • Max connection time: 10 minutes
  • No winbox access, only bandwidth test

Secondary btest server (for longer less high speed traffic) [WayBack]:

  • IP address: 207.32.195.10
  • User: btest
  • Passowrd: btest
  • Local Tx Speed: 25k
  • Remote Tx Speed: 25k
  • No winbox access, only bandwidth test

–jeroen

Posted in Internet, MikroTik, Power User, Routers | 2 Comments »

Why each Google+ comment should get its own Web address – CNET

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/07/10

Sure, I’d like to be able to spotlight a Google+ comment by sharing a specific Web address. But Google’s social search effort would be the real beneficiary of comment permalinks.

After 5+ years, this is still on my wish list too…

–jeroen

via: Why each Google+ comment should get its own Web address – CNET

Posted in G+: GooglePlus, SocialMedia | Leave a Comment »

 
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