Internet Troubles Vid 2 - ISA Server Transmits Packets But Does Not Receive Packets Complete Computer Solutions uses Timer Warner Cable as it's Internet service provider. Periodically (every 1-2 months) the cable modem stops responding. Time Warner Cable has replaced our modem 3 times. The second modem was of a newer design and was dead upon connection/setup. The third was also of the same new design and appeared to function properly. The forth modem is a completely different brand (ZyZEL) than the previous 3 modem's brand (Ambit) and is touted, by several Time Warner Cable representatives, as the best cable modem they provide for commercial customers. Time Warner Cable has checked, rechecked, and replaced cable runs. Our modem simply goes into a nonresponsive state and will NOT return to operation until it is manually power cycled. This presents a huge problem since our entire phone system which uses VOIP (Internet telephone) for all office branches, our web servers for our company website and all of our customer's websites, our credit card processing (again for all branches), and our email servers use this connection in some form to function properly. In this video, I'm showing our ISA server (our internet gateway) transmit packets to our modem, but not receive packets. Note that we ARE looking at the WAN interface, and over the course of its 1.5 days since last reboot for updates (gotta love Windows) the server has sent and received traffic. Note now that it only sends packets to the modem (left #s under 'Activity' area), but does not receive any ...
Goitre In this video, a consultant endocrinologist describes possible causes of a goitre, an abnormal swelling of the thyroid gland that causes a lump in the neck. She also explains why it is important to get any lump in the neck or throat checked out by a GP and treatments available. Diagnosing goitre
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Page Body Chemistry Balancing 1 The Page method is further explained as it relates to posterior pituitary gland deficiency.Page found that 88% of women and 39% of men in the US have some under activity of the posterior pituitary gland. Milder deficiency of the posterior pituitary gland is present in cases of hypomania and severe deficiency is evident in manic depression. The deficiency appears to be increasing in the US population along with other problems associated with the deficiency. R.Forbes www.pittsburgh- and
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Drugging_Our_Children__Side_Effects.flv Tony's business web sites: | http The Benzo Beast It's devious and deceptive, confusing and cunning. It messes with your intellect, your sense of reality, and your emotions. It puts unwanted, frightening, catastrophic thoughts in your head. It's as if it were alive like some kind of demon or monster that holds on and doesn't want to let go. It's a war. But it can be won. It's insidious and all pervasive, but it can't win in the end if we are determined. We can rid ourselves of it and we do recover. Trust me. it's the truth. I did it! Tony Recovery Some brain GABA receptors (which are large proteins) have a number of specific subunits which combine with benzodiazepines. When benzos combine with these subunits (of which there are several different types), GABA activity in the brain is enhanced, resulting in the typical benzo effects (sedative/hypnotic, anxiolytic, muscle relaxant, amnesic, and anti convulsant - each involving different receptor subtypes). Meanwhile, with chronic use of benzos and adaptive (homeostatic) response occurs in which many of the benzo subunits 'down-regulate'. These subunits actually become engulfed within within the neurons so that GABA activity is no longer enchanced, the benzo effects wear off, and the subject becomes tolerant. When the benzos are stopped after these adaptive changes have occurred the brain is left in a state of GABA-underactivity and therefore in a hyperexcitable state. This accounts for the withdrawal symptoms ...
Manic Depression /Bipolar Disorder An anthropometric measuring system is used to determine the activity of the posterior pituitary gland.Under activity has been implicated in manic depression. In 1971 I studied body chemistry balancing with a true genius, Melvin Page, DDS His approach is not always that easy to understand just from reading his books available at . I therefore simplified his work in my own books and teach it to patients and healthcare providers from all over the world. I am condensing my lectures in these videos so more people can get an overview of an amazing concept that has far-reaching results.See the article on the Posterior Pituitary Gland at www.pittsburgh-. and
Autism is not the end; Our childs story of hope.... Our sons story and autism, early intervention is the key for success.........Autism Symptoms: Problems in social relatedness and communication. (Difficulty in mixing with other children; prefers to be alone; aloof manner; difficulty in expressing needs; uses gestures or pointing instead of words ). Abnormal responses to one or a combination of senses; such as sight, hearing, touch, balance, smell, taste, reaction to pain. Sustained odd play. Uneven gross/ fine motor skills. Not responsive to verbal cues acts as deaf. Little or no eye contact. Insistence on sameness; resist changes in routine. Noticeable physical over activity or extreme under activity. Tantrums; displays extreme distress for no apparent reason. Speech and language absence or delays. Inappropriate laughing and giggling. Echolalia (repeating words or phrases in place of normal language). Abnormal ways of relating to people, objects and events. (Inappropriate attachment to objects; don't seek cuddling ) Spins objects.
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Red Lion Controls - Email and Text Messaging using Crimson 3 Red Lion Controls video presentation is now available demonstrating how easy it is to use Crimson 3.0 software to enable and configure the automatic email and text messaging capabilities built into our G3 HMIs, the Modular Controller, and the Data Station Plus. This important feature allows vital monitoring of systems and equipment used at remote or unmanned locations.
Henselt - Etude Op. 2 No. 11 Etude No. 11 in E-flat major "Do you sleep, my life?" from the Douze Etudes caracteristiques de concert Op. 2 (1838) "The beguiling melody of No 11, similar to that found in the F major Etude, Op 2 No 9, and elsewhere, is stated in the right hand throughout in bare octaves (except for the short coda). The constantly flowing, greatly stretched arpeggios in the left hand, and the 'thumb-under' activity, look forward to the slow movement of the Piano Concerto, Op 16." Nicknamed the "Northern Chopin" by Schumann, Adolf von Henselt (1814-1889) was a stellar 19th-century piano virtuoso and composer once as famous as Chopin. In his early virtuoso career, he was respected by many of the early Romantics, and his two sets of etudes received ebullient praise from Schumann, who said they were some of the best piano music being written in the 1830s. In 1838, Henselt moved to St. Petersburg and was one of the first great pedagogues to teach music in Russia before any conservatories existed. His presence and his compositions arguably established the foundation of the Russian piano school and influenced many Russian composers from Balakirev to Rachmaninov. Henselt's performing career had a short lifespan. He was notoriously shy and suffered from severe stage fright that eventually terminated his ability to perform in concert. Although his earliest compositions, namely the two sets of etudes and the monumental Piano Concerto in F minor were successful, he composed a relatively small ...
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A Fun Mind Reading Riddle hey guys! you can pause at the texts if you weren't able to read them fast enough ok!! :O i also would like to say that i didn't come up with this trick, ryan oaks did who's an expert magician that i happen to watch some of his videos on demand under activity tv. so all the credit goes to him! :P