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The Cloister Bell was ringing all night


  08:04:15 am, by The Dreamer   , 170 words  
Categories: Networking, WiFi

The Cloister Bell was ringing all night

I went to bed early last night, hoping to catch up on some zz's :zz:

It didn't work out that way....first the HOT phone kept jumping around all night, lept off once during the night. But, equally annoying was that the cloister bell was sounding on my computer in my living room.

That means from my computer's prespective one of the websites I monitor had gone down....the sites I monitor are this one and http://www.lhaven.net. Poopli and the K-State main page.

As it was, I don't think any of those sites went down (though I've been having issues lately with this site....) Turned out part of my WiFi network had failed. I've been thinking of replacing parts of it with HomePlug network adapters....but if I were to implement the plan...it was to span the large distance of my living room to my 'computer' room. And, not the opposite corners of my living room....

But, I guess I might have to rethink my plans....

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Now instead of subjecting some poor random forum to a long rambling thought, I will try to consolidate those things into this blog where they can be more easily ignored profess to be collected thoughts from my mind.

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