As described in Major Mac Movements, I did a lot of computer shuffling recently. On Sunday night I moved my gigabit Ethernet switch to our private home network, which was much easier than I expected. I labelled all my Ethernet cables (the longest part), then plugged in an 8-port 10/100 switch, moved all the cables from the 8-port 10/100/1000 switch to the new one, and moved most of the cables from the Linksys WRT54G's 4-port switch to the (now-empty) GE switch.

Now network transfers from the PowerBook to the www (PMG4) max out slightly over 100mbps, and will get substantially faster when I upgrade the PowerBook to a MacBook Pro, and also in the fall when I swap the PMG5 in to become www.reppep.com.

Everything is done except the TiVo swap, although I may have to send the MacBook Pro back to Apple from work because the brightness still flickers, and will see if the 23" CD continues to flicker in the Super-Tent.