On 4 April 2013 18:20, Binand Sethumadhavan <binand(a)gmail.com> wrote:
"untrain" them or plan something else, but
along these lines (we are
getting a printer next week which I don't plan to put on UPS, perhaps it
would be a good candidate).
Not a good idea to use a device (eg. printer) that may be switched off
every once in a while. Unless you plan to stop your scripts every time
you service the printer. Reachability to a cheap netwrok device which
will not be used for anything else appears to be a better approach. I
remember streaming mp3's across all the segments of an old network. If
the music ever stopped it meant that some part of the network had
crashed. It was fun while it lasted :)
They pay me to think... As long as I keep my mouth shut.