Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Here is a picture of our internet setup. It is cool that we all had the skills and equipment to get this set up. It's slow but better than walking across the FOB and paying 2 dollars an hour.


  • That looks scary! LOL

    A. Tam

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 05:37  

  • Hey,

    Good for with a bunch of cable ties and a little work...

    Continue the Mission.

    Papa Ray
    West Texas

    By Blogger Papa Ray, at 09:50  

  • Wow.. amazing. Is that actually a DSL connection or dialup?

    Also please also let your guys know that you all have our support and we are proud of the job you are doing. We pray for the safety of you all and for a quick return home.

    By Anonymous Jeremy, at 21:06  

  • It is actually a Satalite DSL connection.

    By Blogger SGT Port, at 08:09  

  • What does the upside down foam glass do?

    To everyone that reads these Blogs! Post a reply and they will write more often!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 09:59  

  • Good "blog" - like the wiring! Especially liked the dump-truck paint job you chose! Best to ya - hope you all stay bored over there - it may safer that way!

    By Blogger Jerzy, at 11:33  

  • Have you tried adjusting your TCP/IP settings in Windows?

    Satellite is great, but it has a high latency: it takes 600 milliseconds or so for the beam to make it up to the satellite and back down to Earth. The default settings in Windows don't perform well with this high a latency, but there are some tweaks you can use to improve things.

    Here is a link to an article that has some of these tweaks, if you are interested.

    By Blogger Mad Canuck, at 22:09  

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