Posts Tagged ‘Config’

How to change the number of suggestions in Firefox address bar

One thing I love about Firefox is the ability to tweak almost every aspect of your browsing experience. Another thing I love about Firefox is that once a tweak is discovered it remains valid in all the later versions. This little tweak I’m about to show you, I discovered in Firefox 3 and remains valid till this very day – Firefox 8.

So basically we will see how we can change the number of suggestions in the Firefox address bar:

And of course as a first step, type about:config in the address bar and press Enter:

Press I’ll be careful, I promise! and you will be redirected to a list of configurations:

In the Filter textbox enter browser.urlbar.maxRichResults

Double click on browser.urlbar.maxRichResults and you will be prompted to enter a new value (default is 12). Enter the new value:

And press OK. Close the about:config tab and you are done. You don’t even need to restart Firefox:

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Buffalo WHR-G54S Wireless Router – Home and Small Office solution

Buffalo WHR-G54S Wireless Router - Home and Small Office solution

Buffalo WHR-G54S is very popular and unassuming wireless router. He is very suitable for home usage, for his cheap, simple, easy to set and nice design.

Buffalo WHR-G54S supports IEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11b/g networks standards. He have four 10/100Mbps LAN ports and one 10/100Mbps WAN port. Security Encryptions supported by the routes are: WPA-PSK(AES, TKIP) and 128/64-bit WEP. One external antenna available with router. Web administration is supported by the router.

In this Article I will show you six tutorials for Entire WEB Administration and Configuration of the router. With this tutorials you can configure your router to use your Internet connection (WAN Side), to distribute internet traffic over your LAN network, to Encrypt your Wireless Connection between the router and the clients, to administrate the network and to diagnose the router status.

Buffalo WHR-G54S Admin Config
May be this section have to be the first which you start to set. From here you can set Administrator password, Date and Time, Save and Restore Settings, Reset and Initialize the Router, change the Firmware, etc.

Buffalo WHR-G54S Diagnostic.
From Diagnostic section can get all current information of your router and network, like Connection and Clients status, perform some test like ping from router, etc.

Buffalo WHR-G54S Wireless Security Config
Wireless Security is mandatory feature for each Wireless Network. Here you can set Wireless Settings, Encryption method, Encryption key, MAC Filter, etc.

Buffalo WHR-G54S LAN Config
This is section where you can configure your LAN (internal) network. DHCP Server, IP Address distribution, etc.

Buffalo WHR-G54S Network Setup
Every administrator have to set correct options for his network. Everything like NAT (Port Forwarding), IP Filter, Intrusion Detector, etc. is here.

Buffalo WHR-G54S WAN Settings
WAN Settings is this settings for the router, which reflects on Internet connection to your Internet Service Provider. Read the rest of this entry »

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Buffalo WHR-G54S Admin Config

In this tutorial I will show you how to set all administrative options for Buffalo WHR-G54S Wireless Router. When logon to administration page go to: Admin Config >> Name/Password.

Here you can set AirStation Name up tp 32 symbols and root password. Read the rest of this entry »

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Buffalo WHR-G54S Wireless Security Config

If you want to use Buffalo WHR-G54S router for wireless connection with your desktop PC or notebook, it is good to make a proper settings for wireless and security options.

First go to administration panel of your Buffalo WHR-G54S Wireless router. Obviously this is the first (192.168.11.1) IP address in your LAN network. Then login with root account into web administration panel. next click on Advanced configuration button (at the top of web page). Now from left menu click on Wireless Config >> 802.11g >> Basic.. Here you have to set:

Wireless Radio – Enable

SSID – this is the name of your wireless access point. Enter some name or leave it to be default MAC address of the router.

Wireless Channel – set some channel from 1 to 11 or leave Auto Channel.

Wireless Mode – select desired wireless mode
Combination of 11g(54Mb) / 11b(11M) is good.

BSS BasicRateSet – default

Multicast Rate – Auto

FrameBursting – 125*High Speed Mode

802.11g Protection – On

DTIM Period – 1

Output Power – 100%
Depends on range you want to cover, but obviously 100% is good. Read the rest of this entry »

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