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SUNDAY deadbabies!rfBia8M6N2 12/09/23(Sun)21:12 No. 144 ID: 7a571a Locked
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TONIGHT:

My Science Project
The Faculty
Cyborg
Teh Fifth Element

To the person who posted to the Saturday thread regarding skipping:

From my experience, the skipping seems to be experienced almost exclusively over wifi. If I'm watching the stream on a portable device over wifi the stream will stop even if it's moved very slighty. This seems to be most apparent when the films are encoded with a higher bitrate, though it doesn't appear related to someone's download speed. Perhaps latency or something else is the culprit here? I'm not sure.


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/SCI/ SUNDAY kinkos 12/09/23(Sun)21:15 No. 145 ID: 062734

It's gonna be /SCI/ SUNDAY from now on!


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Anonymous 12/09/23(Sun)22:45 No. 146 ID: c9b520

>To the person who posted to the Saturday thread regarding skipping:

Thanks for the response, yeah, I was running over wifi. Normally it's consistent between shows, it's just this stood out like a sore thumb. Didn't realise the bit-rate varied that much. Any idea what they were running at? Obviously I'd prefer if it was all a little lower but maybe others are experiencing the same.


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deadbabies!rfBia8M6N2 12/09/24(Mon)22:07 No. 148 ID: 4a5168

>>146

Generally the bitrate runs between 500-800kbps with things tending to be on the lower side. Like I said though, it seems to have issues with hanging when people are running at high download speeds, which is why I think it has something to do with wifi itself. Latency? Signal errors? I don't have the knowledge to diagnose it, honestly. It seems like a physically stable wifi receiver has less problems than one that moves. Anyone have any idea what would cause that?


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Anonymous 12/09/24(Mon)23:52 No. 150 ID: 0898f1

>>148
I'd guess either general net-traffic or localised rf interference.

Maybe the neighbour just decided to microwave a burito in their no-door jeri-rigged microwave and browse their ISPs website (via wifi on the same channel) while on the cordless phone complaining to said ISP about their connection being hijacked... That'll cause you to lose a few packets.


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deadbabies!rfBia8M6N2 12/09/26(Wed)20:22 No. 153 ID: 0b0f09
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>>150

xD.

Do you think that someone who would know enough to notice a connection being hijacked would really call their ISP to complain about it, rather than just changing their password or enabling security? Or are you saying they have an open-door policy on their microwave for a reason?

One time I borrowed from an open wifi in an apartment building and the person did somehow notice that his internet was being leeched. He apparently knew enough to go into his router and rename his router something along the lines of GET YOUR OWN DAMN INTERNET or something of the sort, but not put a password on it. Perhaps there was some larger reason for that, other than that I suspected him of having a large crack habit. I have had in the past devices that should conceivably work with WPA/WPA2 that didn't, which is what caused me to initially stop using security.

I am a fan of leaving wifi open, though in the past in apartments I've lived in I've felt it necessary to enable security because people were taking so much that I couldn't do simple things like watch jewtube.

Remember homos, if you're stealing internet, limit your bandwidth and be respectful. Even if you're a total asshole, the selfish thing and the good thing are the same thing and you will be far more likely to keep your piggybacked internet connection for a longer period of time.


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Anonymous 12/10/08(Mon)23:59 No. 169 ID: ca9318

>Perhaps there was some larger reason for that,
Logging data, identifying the trespassers, virii attack vector.

Oh, wouldn't it be fun to create a network labelled "Caution Do Not Use" and spam virii over it to every connected client.


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Anonymous 12/11/10(Sat)23:31 No. 218 ID: 6d0de8

>>169

While it's entirely possible that this is the case, I for some reason doubt that this guy was intelligent enough for this sort of thing. Usually the type of people to use the phrase "Punk Ass Bitch" are the type of people who need help when the login window at their email service has changed slightly.


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Anonymous 12/11/20(Tue)06:06 No. 229 ID: 167fa0
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>>153


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Anonymous 13/01/08(Tue)21:18 No. 274 ID: 064631

>>153
>3/10



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