For those of you that follow my facebook, google + or twitter feeds, you likely recently saw a post about the DC Area Panera networks….
Well I’m glad to say within hours of being notified the bulk of the issues at hand were rectified and the remaining ones are more a time consuming issue not a lack of fixing. It was apparently larger in scope than I originally thought but again is all fixed up or in the process of being fixed — for the last few small things that take more time to do.
I have decided to take things I’ve learned about public networks during this to the design board for my laptop startup venture that is gaining speed again, Ameridea LLC feel free to check it out, mostly setting up tighter defaults for public or unknown networks. These issues were a bit below the surface, and affect more networks than one would like to believe, including home networks and defaults on laptops these days, and while I hate to admit I’ve gained a bit of a flat tire sitting around studying the newest design specs, and studying how power switching on motherboards work, I need to get back in the gym, I’ll just take this as a gentle ‘suggestion’ as some would call it, one among those being my doc :).