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U.S. regulator plans case-by-case approach on Internet abuse

28 January 2014 | 5:40 pm The top U.S. communications regulator said on Tuesday he planned to set broad principles to guide how Internet service providers manage consumers' access to the Web and would pursue abuse or anti-competitiveness on a case-by-case basis. "The Internet is evolving so rapidly that we want to look at case sets as well as generic concept rules, so that what we don't want to do is to say that somehow … http://finance.yahoo.com/news/u-regulator-plans-case-case-174024616.html

Golden Frog Opens Up the Great Firewall in China With New VPN Technology

28 January 2014 | 2:00 pm Golden Frog, a global privacy and security software and applications company, today announced a new, proprietary VPN technology designed to mask Internet traffic to defeat VPN blocking in restrictive environments … http://finance.yahoo.com/news/golden-frog-opens-great-firewall-140000130.html

Scottish company Maidsafe claims to have built a Bitcloud-like system

27 January 2014 | 5:44 pm One of the great things about the architecture of the internet is that it is truly decentralised. By design, no one rules it and everyone can use it. But in the last two decades, a small collection of global technology companies have come to control the bulk of internet traffic. Google, Facebook, and others have captured our attention and with it, our data. In the face of such consolidation … http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-01/27/maidsafe-bitcloud

30 Ways to Boost Traffic to Your Website TODAY (Marketing Matters) (Kindle Edition) tagged “internet traffic” 4 times

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Website Traffic Step By Step Guide – Spreadsheet Included + List Building 101 (Kindle Edition) tagged “internet traffic” 4 times

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Average Internet speed Grew 29% to 3.6 Mbps, Mobile Traffic up 80%

28 January 2014 | 11:30 am Global average connection speeds have hit a new high, rising 29 percent year-over-year to 3.6 Mbps. Meanwhile, the demands of the mobile world are growing very fast, with data traffic increasing by 80 percent in the last  http://thenextweb.com/insider/2014/01/28/akamai-average-internet-speed-grew-29-year-year-3-6-mbps-mobile-traffic-jumped-80/

Does your ISP throttle BitTorrent traffic? Find out | Internet & Media …

24 January 2014 | 4:57 pm However, ISPs have throttled speeds if BitTorrent clients are in use in the past for traffic management purposes, and more recently — as many people use the software in order to obtain intellectual property-protected files, such  http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57617743-93/does-your-isp-throttle-bittorrent-traffic-find-out/

Web mystery: China Internet traffic winds up in Wyoming – NBC News

23 January 2014 | 1:07 am China has an estimated 591 million Internet users, the most of any country. On Tuesday, much of its Web traffic was redirected to IP addresses that belonged to a company that, as of last year, was located in a single,  http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/welcome-wyoming-how-chinas-great-firewall-could-have-sent-web-2D11970733

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    Does Anyone Know Where I Can Get This Dress? Or Something Similar? Just a simple, baggy, scoop neckline, thin strapped dress! I’ve been googling but can’t find one without patterns!

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      Such a seventies look. Here are some solid colored dresses similar to the image included with the question. They drape in the front with spaghetti straps. Some have ruffles cascading down the back or rhinestones along the top edge. Also do an internet search using the word string ‘spaghetti strap swing dress’ to locate more options.

      http://www.amazon.com/The-Alchemy-Shop-Womens-Spaghetti/dp/B00DNKLZU8
      http://www.stylespotter.com/product/forever-21-beaded-shift-dress-0eb8
      http://www.lyst.com/clothing/alice-olivia-sisi-spaghetti-strap-dress-green-11/
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      See the Polyvore link below for these three dresses.

      Traffic People Anchors and Stripes Silk Shift Dress
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      http://www.polyvore.com/white_spaghetti_strap_dress/shop?query=white+spaghetti+strap+dress

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    How To Check Visitors Stats Of A Website? I’m not the one hosting it, I just want to roughly know how many visitors come to http://www.whateversite.com
    Is there a service out there to provide this kind of general statistic?

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      Sites like quantcast.com or alexa.com give traffic estimates is actual visitor counts or percent of the internet terms, not all sites are available, they have to be big enough to get on the radar and have not blocked the information.

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    Need Help With 2-router Home Networking? I am trying to set up a two-router home network. The first Wi-Fi router is a TP-Link TL-WR841N which is installed permanently to the cable modem on the ground floor. I want to add a second Wi-Fi router (Tenda W268R) to the first floor.

    Originally, I had the Tenda Wi-Fi router installed with the cable modem downstairs. My room is upstairs and Wi-Fi reception in my laptop was good and I didn’t need upgrading until recently, when I got my iPhone. Wi-Fi signal dropped frequently in phone and lost the connection completely when I walked to the farther corner of the house, whereas laptop had no problems connecting to Wi-Fi in all parts of the house. I then upgraded from Tenda to TP-Link with dual antenna in hopes of getting a better Wi-Fi reception. The signal level has gone from “Good” to “Excellent” in laptop, whereas, the phone showed little signs of betterment. It is now a lot better than before and I don’t get a total signal loss in phone now. But it still drops a lot and I have to keep the phone at a specific angle facing towards the router to regain the Wi-Fi signal bar.

    The old Tenda router is lying in a drawer and I was planning to use it as a Wi-Fi repeater for the upper floor. I have bought a 12 meter (39 feet) Cat5e Ethernet cable to wire the two routers, ran the cable from the ground floor to first floor, installed the Tenda router where I want it to be, and now want to ask how to wire them physically and how to set up their software (IP address, default gateway, DHCP settings etc.)

    I am planning to use Wi-Fi Channel 1 for TP-link, and Channel 11 for Tenda to avoid interference. Also, I have changed their DHCP clients list to use the range 192.168.0.100 through 192.168.0.149 with TP-Link, and 192.168.0.151 through 192.168.0.200 with Tenda. The IP address of TP-Link router is 192.168.0.1, and IP Address of TP-Link is 192.168.0.150.

    Am I doing this right? What else will I need to tweak with to make it work like a SINGLE home network? Because I have my printer connected to the computer downstairs.

    I am not a networking expert, I’ve only learnt with experience and reading online articles. Can someone guide me with the software part of networking?

    Thank you for reading this long story.. 🙂

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      When you cascade routers one router is going to be the master and the second router is going to be the slave router.

      DHCP should be turned off on the slave router. Your Master router –the one that connects your local network to the internet– should have it’s operating mode set to “gateway mode.” The slave router’s operating mode should be set to “router Mode”

      The reason the master is in gateway mode is because, as the name suggests, the master router serves as the “gateway” or connection point between your Local Network and the Internet or WAN through which all traffic must go through. The slave router is not controlling traffic between the WAN and LAN.

      Your slave router should have DHCP turned off and should have an IP address that is much closer. It would be easiest if your Master router had the IP address 192.168.0.1 Your slave should then have the IP address 192.168.0.2.

      Your master router should then be configured to assign the address range 192.168.0.10 – 192.168.0.254. Your modem should be connected to the WAN port of your Master router via ethernet. Then with another Ethernet cable connect one of the LAN ports of your MASTER router to one of the LAN ports of your Slave router. The WAN port of the SLave router should not be used, this way devices that are connected to either one of the routers will be on the same LAN IP segment.

      It’s probably best to set the DNS server of your Slave router to the IP address of your Primary router (192.168.0.1).

      – I would recommend setting up one of the routers as an Access point rather than having two routers on your network. AP’s are much more user friendly and easier to troubleshoot.

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