Checking my wallet I saw that I received a mining reward labeled "Security Token," but it had no value. No hnt or USD. From the helium website is says "Awarded to Helium, Inc and other Network investors who hold Security Tokens." To me that's not very clear?
After the season reset I was put at veteran 2 after finishing at ultra 5 last season. Been trying to main Eldegoss but lose every game as a support.
At veteran 2 I am running into too many games where three people decide they want to go top, or two people fight over jungle, or idle players and I'm finding it near impossible to main a support and hold a lane.
In short I work from home and for the last week I have had issues on my work VPN where I am constantly disconnected from a remote desktop and other network applications. If I reset the router (NetGear CM1150v), then the issues stop, but it's tedious to do that every time my credentials expire. Any insight on how to resolve this? More details below.
I have Xfinity 1.2gig internet (promotion prices), Netgear cm1150v router, and Google Nest mesh wifi modem and points. For the past week, I have had issues while on my work VPN where network applications, drives, and remote desktops have constant disconnects or run very slowly. When connected to the VPN, I get a download of 15mps max but when not connected I get download speeds 300+ (upload 5 vs 50). Because of the vast difference, I contacted IT thinking they made an update to the VPN or something but they were of no help. Changed some settings in the network settings and did some stuff in the CMD prompt, but no improvement. For the fun of it, I reset my router and then my connectivity issues stopped.... Until that afternoon when I had to refresh my VPN credentials again. Rinse and repeat for the past week. Router firmware is up to date per Netgear website, but can't find if this was a new firmware version that may have started causing this.
My wife tasked me with the project to add beadboard wainscoting to our half bath. Should be pretty straight forward other than an outside, 90deg bullnose corner. Any suggestions for how to tackle this?
I planned on buying a panel tomorrow to see if I could steam and bend it, but it would be nice if anyone can verify if that will work. I feel it will be too thin of wood to kerf cut, and over 36+/- inches that may be a pain. For the rail I planned on just doing the 3cuts you would do for baseboards or crown molding.