[Vrstream] Inaudible Audible Content on Stratus, Brief Router Thought
n8euj at sbcglobal.net
Tue Aug 14 12:46:06 EDT 2012
I've never seen the router's IP address printed on the box, but it is
usually in the manual. There are several "standard" IPs, most starting with
the usual 192, but some starting with 10. My two Linksys and one Belkin
started with 192, but the Belkin had 2.1 as its final two octets, and the
Linksys were 1.1. Of course, the usual disclaimers apply.
-- 73 DE Tom Rutherford, N8EUJ, Burton, MI
"She said it was either her or the ham radio. Over."
----- Original Message -----
From: "Max G. Swanson" <swando99 at iphouse.com>
To: <vrStream at vrstreamusers.org>
Sent: Monday, August 13, 2012 3:34 PM
Subject: [Vrstream] Inaudible Audible Content on Stratus,Brief Router
> I've seen three of the major dedicated book players and, IMHO, the Stream
> beats them all for ergonomics; however, the lack of clock and line-cord
> are big drawbacks. I cannot understand why the same level of support
> couldn't be provided for Audible, the company, on the Stratus, or total
> SoftPak equivalency.
> Given that a pretty good MP3 CD player can be had for under $40, I'm
> waiting for the Bookport DT.
> On routers, isn't the simplest way to start setup by typing the standard
> IP address for a router into your browser of choice? Surely they have it
> printed on the box.
> To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like
> medicine to the dead.--Tom Paine. @maxter61 on twitter. Regards, Max!
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