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    Hey Aaron, I was looking to build a parallel port interface I got on your site last night to see what all I needed. this morning the site is not responding, you may want to check it out.
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    Until it comes back up try this http://web.archive.org/web/200110210...ics/index.html

    archive.org does a great job of archiving entire websites. Google's cache also works well too http://www.google.com/search?q=cache...ics/index.html

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    thanks for the link....and its back now
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    I had some cable modem issues that knocked the site down for a day or two. I had to change my IP address, then update my domain records, etc...Should be back up now for most of the world.

    I'll probably be moving my server around pretty soon. My cable provider may be switched to dynamic IP addressing, so I'll have to move my server to the network at work. On the plus side, it'll have guaranteed 24/7 uptime (we host some pretty high priority sites, and need to have 100% uptime) on a T1...
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    Just get a UPS,
    aslong as your power doesn't go out, your IP doesn't change, thats what I do.
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    I have a UPS (connected to huge deep cycle boat batteries) with runtime good for at least a day. However, the IP leases in my area seem to be for 5 days, so it is quite possible that when the machine goes to renew it's lease it will be denied. Right now I am set up as static, but I think it will only be a matter of time before I will need to switch things around...At which point I will move my server to the shop...
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