I got the message “the computer did not resync because no time data was available” after running “w32tm /resync /force”.
I had followed the various howtos out there*, and checked them against each other : as expected, they differed slightly, but none of them worked for me. Well, it turned out that I needed to run the update command, below.
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This inexpensive SOHO/Small biz router has a simple and pretty feature-rich implementation of vlan routing. It’s so basic at this router, that it’ll upset you that switches don’t do a great job helping you to configure vlans.
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The USG-50 has a pretty flexible system for saving configurations.
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When you reset the 108T, the system creates three default VLANs.
This isn’t some kind of industry standard – it’s a netgear non-feature, and we have to live with it. So going forward, I’m not going to make any vlans for 2 and 3. We may end up using these for voip, anyway. There’s a lot to be said for built-in features that are supported, and so far, my experience with netgear voip support has been okay.
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Here’s a CRC32 function based on the work at: cCRC32.
The main difference is that this is a function, and the crc32 table is not recalculated each time. If there’s a way to do constant arrays, I’d like to know. I haven’t found anything online.
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