It comes time when we need to replace network router in the house… And it was time for me to do just that…
I went with Linksys E4200 – nice piece of machinery. Everything now is flying! I am using Linksys products for many years and this upgrade did not disappoint me, setup was a easy, my network is now on true gigabit speed and wireless with dual band and much stronger signal.
Well, not everything is happy about the change at first…
My good old Wii refused to stay connected via WiFi loosing signal at random. I think it may be something to do with dual band wireless. I could have made two network on different bands, but I went with simple hardware solution – wired USB adapter – and this problem was solved.
Second problem was Sony BDP-S350 player not seeing network.
On the surface everything is OK and there is proper address and all, but no BD content or updates could be loaded.
Solution is simple though – static IP address – as described here.
Please note that for me just assigning static IP address at BDP level helped resolve the issue.
After this last issue, everything back to normal and adoption of the new router is complete!
This article has been contributed by Daniel Klionsky and based on the work we have done within our team allowing single sign-on integration of SQL Server Reporting Services within existing application.
I want to mention and praise great help provided by Carlos Sereno who was able to clarify many questions for us.
Please enjoy the reading and let us know if it did indeed work for you as well.
SQL Server Reporting Services provides a full range of ready-to-use tools and services to help you create, deploy, and manage reports for your organization, as well as programming features that enable you to extend and customize your reporting functionality.
Reporting Services is a server-based reporting platform that provides comprehensive reporting functionality for a variety of data sources. Reporting Services includes a complete set of tools for you to create, manage, and deliver reports, and APIs that enable developers to integrate or extend data and report processing in custom applications.
Reporting Services tools work within the Microsoft Visual Studio environment and are fully integrated with SQL Server tools and components.
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