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General Discussion Area / Re: VPN again
« on: Today at 09:22:31 »
Yes it would be a step too far.

Simplistically, I just wanted something that could easily install on the end of the satellite internet i.e.our router.

Apart from downloading as opposed to streaming bbc programmes due to 30gb monthly limit, everything else could just be normal internet.

Maybe the best way is to install a VPN on my ipad  or possibly one Windows10 PC.? Any TV downloads via those devices.

Maybe VPN Freedom or Smart DNS proxy?


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General Discussion Area / VPN again
« on: Yesterday at 23:24:17 »
I need an SSL VPN apparently.

My Satellite modem went faulty and when fixed will no longer have a UK IP address. I understand the reasons why..

However I will no longer be able to download UK TV , like BBC iplayer.

Provider says I need a SSL VPN  on my Linksys E1200 router.

Any recommendations please? Dont mind paying  but see below. Sorry for another VPN thread after the Nord zvPN thread last week.

I will also be looking at rural Unlimited SIM based internet soon now I have lost the UK I P address so will need a VPN on that too.when I ditch the satellite.

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Regardless it is a vote winner.

I wish I could have internet. ( my expensive satellite is currently broken). Internet is a staple for just about everyone save the elderly who are probably lifetime Tory voters anyway.

I winder what the Lib Dems will respond with. As an impartial outsider, I still think they will make huge inroads and upset form.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Sir Tig's thought for the day.
« on: 13 November 2019, 18:27:01 »
Hmm, you cannot educate pork!

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General Discussion Area / Re: Computers and global warming
« on: 13 November 2019, 15:13:01 »
I think having computers pumping out heat reduces global warming, as at this time of year we can turn the central heating down, maybe they should give these hard up pensioners a couple of servers in each room, and then the government could save millions,by withdrawal of the cold weather payments.   Win win.

 ;D ;D :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Computers and global warming
« on: 13 November 2019, 08:15:15 »
I bet there are more computers than cars .  Even powered by green energy they are still contributing to global warming.

We need to get Greta on the case. Free abacuses for those scrapping their computer..

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General Discussion Area / Computers and global warming
« on: 12 November 2019, 20:58:10 »
Could it be that cars and cows are not the whole problem.?

Everyone has a computer generating heat and powered by electricity.

Everyone is taking millions of photos all stored in something called the icloud, one drive or similar. Those servers must really be kicking out some heat.

Just a thought

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General Discussion Area / Re: Interesting facts re the election
« on: 11 November 2019, 21:09:57 »
I think he is simply being realistic and pragmatic. He tried to corner the Tories into an official pact. When they didn't play ball he had to think again.
In other news, Theresa May has just signed up with an agency which organises events for inspirational speakers ! Whoever signed her up must be facing the sack pretty soon I should think.
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/theresa-mays-new-role-as-inspirational-speaker-cvtdbb9ck

What's next?  ???

Olly Robbins writing the sequel to Donald Trump's The Art Of The Deal?   ;D

 ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Interesting facts re the election
« on: 10 November 2019, 22:43:16 »
Good.

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General Discussion Area / Re: A deal might be done
« on: 08 November 2019, 22:02:06 »
Yes but now you have left , how is your continental quilt working in the cold weather?

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General Discussion Area / Re: New for 2020.
« on: 08 November 2019, 17:43:27 »
My brother still has his R1, plenty fast enough. He only uses it when it is dry.

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General Discussion Area / Re: New for 2020.
« on: 07 November 2019, 18:51:39 »
You would have to be young and in tune with your faculties to use one of those.

No use to 99% of the forum.  ;D ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Gonna be a long evening.....
« on: 07 November 2019, 18:48:57 »
9miles per hour. Dont let the London commuters know. They will be green with envy.

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General Discussion Area / Re: New for 2020.
« on: 07 November 2019, 18:44:28 »
Holbay Ford Anglia engine in a kart or MAE engine in a kart.

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General Discussion Area / Re: New for 2020.
« on: 07 November 2019, 18:00:35 »
New offering from ariel , the atom2020?

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