If you’ve been wanting to change your DNS Resolvers away from those given by your ISP like all of the cool kids, here’s some quick instructions on where Frontier/Verizon has buried the settings in their FiOS router. In my example, I’ve changed mine to Cloudflare’s offering (188.8.131.52).
This week I was on the Clockwise Podcast episode 220 at relay.fm/…. Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone talked about my iOS 11 settings Mind Map of Doom on iOS Today episode 372 at around 57:30 into the show. Helma from the Netherlands brings us some networking tips. I bring you the first half of my 2017 Year in Review where I talk about the different software and hardware I’ve told you about during the year and tell you whether they’re still in use and why (or why not). Then Bart Busschots is back with Security Bits where we have two Security Mediums, the HP Keylogger, and Mailsploit.
Hi Allison, here are some tips on solving network problems. I hope they might benefit others.
As many of us geeks, I have built quite an extended internal network over the years. All devices that need a static IP address have been entered into the router in the reserved IP address section.
I decided to switch to the office VPN because my external IP address has changed and the fix in the various firewalls has not yet been completed.
Allister here standing in for Allison this week. I have a miniature review of using the Apple Watch Series 2 for swim workouts, I’ll quickly review 26 Mac Apps you didn’t know you already had, Allison will pop by with two more videos from the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference, I’ll make some recommendations for podcasts you might want to listen to that aren’t about technology, Terry delivers on his callout from Allison with a review of GhostReader text to speech software, and I’ll finish up with a review of the BeatsX Bluetooth earbuds with Apple W1 chip.