I played with my CyberQ a bit more today.
I turned DHCP off, and configured all the network settings manually. It now has a static IP, so I don't have to check the "WIFI SETUP" screen to verify what IP DCHP gave it.
I set up port forwarding on my router, and can get into the CyberQ from the internet.
Network wise, it seems solid.
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Last edited by BobM; 12-28-2012 at 11:42 AM..