I read on Ask Leo that a wireless access point is essentially a hub. Does that mean in my home network my wireless router (which according to the article is really a router AND wireless access point) ...
I have a home network using a router to connect computers both wirelessly and with network cables. I also have another separate network about 10m away from my home network that is networked via cables ...
I have a switch placed in department and connected through Media Converter which is directly connected through optical fiber cable from 3com Switch. Now the issue is Some times suddenly the Endpoint ...
Would a powered down wireless access point, that is hooked up to hub/switch, cause any network problems?
From a youtube video I came to know of the following things All machines connected to a HUB are a part of a single collision domain. All machines connected to a SWITCH are a part of a single ...
In the network we have a few vlans but at the moment I was investigating vlan2 which carries the most traffic. When tcpdumping on the eth0.2 interface, I see a lot of packets arriving which are not ...
I have a Negear WGR614v7 wireless router (Hardware Version V7, Firmware Version V2.0.30_2.0.30NA.) I've configured a Windows Server box to act as a DHCP server (among other things.) My DHCP server is ...
Suppose I had two Cisco switches each outputting some network traffic to a SPAN port, and I needed to send the sum of all that traffic to a third device for monitoring that traffic via libpcap. The ...