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August 26, 2007

Printserver to Network-Controllable Switch Hack

at 9:48 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Computer Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

Doktor Andy has developed a method of using a cheap print server as a network controlled switch.

Video after the jump.

“One day it hit me. I wanted to connect my coffee-machine to the internet. and my television…and my desk light… There are different approaches. One of the most stupid ones was to stuff a relais-board into my pc and….greeaaat idea..absolutely….”sorry, I cannot cook coffee because I first have to reboot my computer….”

Thanks Andy


 


 

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6 Responses to “Printserver to Network-Controllable Switch Hack”

  1. joebob Says:

    dude, what happend to this website???? they used to put cool stuff like super powered mo-peds and flame throwing robosapiens. now all we get is crappy computer hardware crap.

  2. joebob Says:

    by crap i ment hacks.

  3. bender386 Says:

    have by any chance ever read the name of this website???

  4. joebob Says:

    yes if have, but they could at least put up more cool post instead of the friggin nerdy-ass ones!

  5. Dude Says:

    Dude, this is a cool “hack” you just have to be intrested in it.
    They are many people with diffrent types of intrests.

  6. Bobofret Says:

    Seriously! This is perhaps one of the most “cool” and “creative” projects I have seen for remote switching over a network. Say good bye to 900mHZ RF/IR remotes and hello to my little tcp/ip relay board friend!

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