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#27 Sep 05 2012 at 10:55 AM Rating: Good
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Standalone? Dude, I have 7 systems running...

In Alma's world, nobody has more than one internet connected device at home.

In my case, I have 2 desktops, a laptop, a PS3, ipad, ipod touch and 2 android phones all connected to my router. They can indeed all talk to each other even WITHOUT the internet connection. Duh.

Edited, Sep 5th 2012 12:00pm by BrownDuck
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#28 Sep 05 2012 at 10:56 AM Rating: Good
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There have good reason to ban mugs; they've seen some pretty cute devices chilling out inside those things. I've seen a device that was actually molded into the clay before heating. Everything about that piece was well nifty, from the resilient electronics, polymer clay, and Possum programming.
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#29 Sep 05 2012 at 10:58 AM Rating: Default
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BrownDuck wrote:
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So, are you saying that a standalone computer is a network? Else, unplugging it doesn't make it a "network not connected to the Internet". 'Tis indeed "more complicated than that". I don't even mess with networks like that and I know that much.

Hey dumb ***. If I unplug the internet cable from my router, all of my computers (wired and wifi) are still connected to each other, but there is zero internet connectivity. It really is no more complex than that.


Edited, Sep 5th 2012 11:49am by BrownDuck


Then it isn't a STANDALONE COMPUTER then is it? Do you even know what that means? It's pretty self explanatory..

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It's OK though, keep talking out of your ***.


Seems like you're doing a good job on your own.

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Standalone? Dude, I have 7 systems running...


ANd that doesn't mean anything to my question.
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BrownDuck wrote:
In Alma's world, nobody has more than one internet connected device at home.

In my case, I have 2 desktops, a laptop, ipad, ipod touch and 2 android phones all connected to my router. They can indeed all talk to each other even WITHOUT the internet connection. Duh.


If we're counting devices I have 13 Smiley: nod.
#31 Sep 05 2012 at 11:00 AM Rating: Decent
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Almalieque wrote:
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Almalieque wrote:
So, are you saying that a standalone computer is a network? Else, unplugging it doesn't make it a "network not connected to the Internet". 'Tis indeed "more complicated than that". I don't even mess with networks like that and I know that much.

Hey dumb ***. If I unplug the internet cable from my router, all of my computers (wired and wifi) are still connected to each other, but there is zero internet connectivity. It really is no more complex than that.


Edited, Sep 5th 2012 11:49am by BrownDuck


Then it isn't a STANDALONE COMPUTER then is it? Do you even know what that means? It's pretty self explanatory..

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It's OK though, keep talking out of your ***.


Seems like you're doing a good job on your own.

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Standalone? Dude, I have 7 systems running...


ANd that doesn't mean anything to my question.


You're the only one talking about a standalone computer, dip ****. You said you cannot have a network that isn't connected to the internet. You have been proven wrong. I don't know what the **** you're talking about a standalone computer for, but that's completely irrelevant to the conversation.
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#32 Sep 05 2012 at 11:02 AM Rating: Decent
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BrownDuck wrote:
Yodabunny wrote:
Standalone? Dude, I have 7 systems running...

In Alma's world, nobody has more than one internet connected device at home.

In my case, I have 2 desktops, a laptop, a PS3, ipad, ipod touch and 2 android phones all connected to my router. They can indeed all talk to each other even WITHOUT the internet connection. Duh.

Edited, Sep 5th 2012 12:00pm by BrownDuck


Talking ignorance isn't the best way to recover from putting your foot in your mouth. Your statements clearly demonstrates that you misunderstood as I never said anything contrary to your comment.
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You're the only one talking about a standalone computer, dip sh*t. You said you cannot have a network that isn't connected to the internet. You have been proven wrong. I don't know what the @#%^ you're talking about a standalone computer for, but that's completely irrelevant to the conversation.


alma, earlier wrote:
You can create a network that isn't on the Internet


Am I misreading this? What the **** is going on here.
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ANd that doesn't mean anything to my question.


Yes it does, it answers it quite exactly. I have 7 PCs (and 6 other devices) on my network, the internet is not a requirement for said network to function. Doesn't get much simpler than that.
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Haha, I was wrong. Go figure. He said can, not can't.




Edited, Sep 5th 2012 12:07pm by BrownDuck
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#36 Sep 05 2012 at 11:05 AM Rating: Decent
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Brown Duck wrote:
You said you cannot have a network that isn't connected to the internet.


Where Did I say that? Again, You misunderstood. You're an idiot.


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You're the only one talking about a standalone computer, dip sh*t. ....I don't know what the @#%^ you're talking about a standalone computer for, but that's completely irrelevant to the conversation.


Because you're clueless. Thank you for pointing that out. I was wondering what you were talking about.
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Am I misreading this? What the **** is going on here.


Alma said you can create a network that isn't on the Internet and then referred to COMSEC, I pointed out that I can do that at home just by pulling a cable out of my router (basically agreeing) and Alma went off on a rampage about how that's not a network blah blah blah.
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BrownDuck wrote:
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Yodabunny wrote:
Standalone? Dude, I have 7 systems running...

In Alma's world, nobody has more than one internet connected device at home.

In my case, I have 2 desktops, a laptop, a PS3, ipad, ipod touch and 2 android phones all connected to my router. They can indeed all talk to each other even WITHOUT the internet connection. Duh.

Edited, Sep 5th 2012 12:00pm by BrownDuck


Talking ignorance isn't the best way to recover from putting your foot in your mouth. Your statements clearly demonstrates that you misunderstood as I never said anything contrary to your comment.


Alma wrote:
You can create a network that isn't on the Internet


Edited, Sep 5th 2012 12:06pm by BrownDuck
Why are you bolding something that you're apparently misreading?
#39 Sep 05 2012 at 11:07 AM Rating: Decent
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Why are you bolding something that you're apparently misreading?


Because I'm apparently seeing extraneous 'ts today.

ETA: I are an ***.

Edited, Sep 5th 2012 12:09pm by BrownDuck
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Yodabunny wrote:
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Am I misreading this? What the **** is going on here.


Alma said you can create a network that isn't on the Internet and then referred to COMSEC, I pointed out that I can do that at home just by pulling a cable out of my router (basically agreeing) and Alma went off on a rampage about how that's not a network blah blah blah.


I didn't say that it wasn't on a network. That's why I asked if you were referring to a standalone computer or not. If your PC is connected to something, then it isn't standalone.
#41 Sep 05 2012 at 11:16 AM Rating: Decent
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Almalieque wrote:
Yodabunny wrote:
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Am I misreading this? What the **** is going on here.


Alma said you can create a network that isn't on the Internet and then referred to COMSEC, I pointed out that I can do that at home just by pulling a cable out of my router (basically agreeing) and Alma went off on a rampage about how that's not a network blah blah blah.


I didn't say that it wasn't on a network. That's why I asked if you were referring to a standalone computer or not. If your PC is connected to something, then it isn't standalone.

Yes, you said can and I read can't. I did in fact misread.
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#42 Sep 05 2012 at 11:20 AM Rating: Decent
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BrownDuck wrote:
Almalieque wrote:
Yodabunny wrote:
AshOnMyTomatoes wrote:
Am I misreading this? What the **** is going on here.


Alma said you can create a network that isn't on the Internet and then referred to COMSEC, I pointed out that I can do that at home just by pulling a cable out of my router (basically agreeing) and Alma went off on a rampage about how that's not a network blah blah blah.


I didn't say that it wasn't on a network. That's why I asked if you were referring to a standalone computer or not. If your PC is connected to something, then it isn't standalone.

Yes, you said can and I read can't. I did in fact misread.


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Thank you. Now lets talk about abortion!


I aborted the argument. See, I'm pro-choice.
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#44 Sep 05 2012 at 11:26 AM Rating: Decent
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Almalieque wrote:
I didn't say that it wasn't on a network.


You insinuated that it wasn't and then couldn't understand my very simple response explaining that it was. Since I specifically said in the first comment that I had created a network I'm not sure what was so complicated.
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Yodabunny wrote:
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I didn't say that it wasn't on a network.


You insinuated that it wasn't and then couldn't understand my very simple response explaining that it was. Since I specifically said in the first comment that I had created a network I'm not sure what was so complicated.


Given the fact that I said you could create a network not on the Internet, it wouldn't make sense for me to insinuate that it wasn't or couldn't be part of a network without Internet connectivity. I realized that we were possibly talking over each other and that's the reason why I was asked if you were referring to a standalone computer for verification.

That's why I said that if you were talking about a standalone computer then it would take more than that. You didn't specify what was all in your network, so there's no way of me knowing if your statement were legit or not without knowing if your PC were a standalone.
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Then you should realize how stupid your previous blanket statement was.
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None of you are asking the important question - why the **** would you want to be OFF the internet??

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None of you are asking the important question - why the **** would you want to be OFF the internet??

Freaks.


If you lack the security architecture and protocols to fight hacking of highly sensitive information, not being connected to the Internet reduces the possibility of your information being leaked. In this case, unless there's a required Internet connection in order to gather the said material, one single computer with sensitive information shouldn't be connected to the Internet or used for anything other than attending to that data.
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