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Bandwidth management in the home office

Those who normally upload large amounts of data while they are not at home may have a problem with the cloud upstream or backup replication in times of home office. In the same way, it can lead to problems if family members want to upload larger amounts of data in parallel. To avoid this, there are various approaches on how the available bandwidth can be divided in the best possible way, ...

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Telekom user prompted to change password

Apparently working access data of Telekom customers is floating around on the darknet. The Bonn-based company is calling on customers to change their passwords, but denies a server hack. Telekom suspects that the data originated from phishing attacks - an attack on the servers is not said to have taken place. According to the Telekom announcement, the darknet data should also contain the access data ...

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BayernWLAN: 20,000 WLAN hotspots created with Vodafone

The BayernWLAN, in which 20,000 Wifi access points are to be made available throughout the state, is being further expanded with the help of Vodafone. WLAN hotspots are to be set up at universities, tourist destinations and public authorities in Bavaria by 2020 - 20,000 in total. This was announced by Bavarian Finance Minister Markus Söder (CSU). The hotspots, some of which are already installed and used ...

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Fax via VoIP & VDSL: Cisco SPA112 to Fritz!Box 7490

Anyone who wants to operate a hardware fax on a VoIP connection must either connect this directly to the Fritz!Box or use an adapter such as the Cisco SPA112. Operating an analog fax machine is not necessarily easy for customers with an "All-IP" connection (or whatever the respective provider calls the product). Analogue devices can be connected to the Fritz!Box ...

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Using your own mobile phone in Australia with Telstra

Those who are planning a holiday in Australia and want to stay reachable or want to make cheap local calls can use a Telstra prepaid package. With the German mobile phone contract to call outside Europe can be very expensive very quickly: with Congstar, for example, the telephony minute costs 1.59 euros, if you are called even more. SMS and ...

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Merkel questions net neutrality

At a Vodafone conference, German Chancellor Merkel spoke out in favour of prioritising specialist services on the internet - and thus against net neutrality. Although the chancellor was referring to applications such as autonomous cars (for which it may well make sense that they have a functioning internet connection), preferential treatment of no matter which services would undermine the ...

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Jammer against Internet price comparison in electronics stores?

Golem reports that an employee of an electronics store voiced in an RTL documentary that jammers are used so that customers can no longer easily compare store prices with Internet prices. Personally, I think that's a bold thesis: while some stores may not favor cell phone reception due to their design, true jammers would be too risky. The ...

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