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2answers
48 views

How can I change metric of public network in route table

In my windows 8.1 ENT [64 bit] machine I have 3 network adapters. Ethernet 1 is connected to public network and other 2 ethernet adaptors are connected to different internal networks. The problem is ...
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1answer
36 views

Router connect same 2 ports? [closed]

What it will happen if 'accidentally' i will connect 2 ports with the same utp cable? I'm asking here since i don't find anyware such a stupid and silly question but i'm curios about it, the router ...
0
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1answer
194 views

HP MSR 30-10a Router - Route Traffic over Default Route

We have a brand new HP MSR 30-10a Router. We have a fairly simple routing situation - we have two IP blocks, one which has a route out. We need things on the first block to go through the router, and ...
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1answer
71 views

How do routers manage multiple data streams? [closed]

Routers manage data connections between the internet and computers or connections between computers on a LAN. It makes sense that when, for example, a computer requests music from Pandora, that ...
0
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0answers
85 views

Internet connection not working on both routers but works with modem

I have a problem which is driving me crazy as it does not make any logical sense. For some reason yesterday, the internet connection went down. Everything pointed to a defected router and therefore I ...
2
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1answer
208 views

Intermittent internet access on a flat network - Router is connected [closed]

I’m looking for some help with network settings. I’ve just started a new job (non-IT!) and we have problems with our office network. I’m the most IT literate in the organisation (15 permanent ...
1
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1answer
121 views

Slow internet connection for no reason

We have a cable internet connection. I've called the company when this happens and they say there's been no downtime on the modem and the signal is strong and there's no fixing or outages in the area. ...
0
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2answers
369 views

PCs with Wired Connection Keep Losing Internet Connectivity

I have a U-verse ATT DSL Internet at our church building. Recently, any computer that is plugged into the network via Ethernet keeps losing its internet connectivity. The setup is from the Modem to a ...
0
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1answer
132 views

Bridging DSL wifi router to a PacketCable modem [closed]

I used to use a DSL based Internet connection (an AirLive WT-2000ARM). Recently I changed my Internet connection and it is now provided through PacketCable. The provider gave a modem for it (Thomson ...
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1answer
174 views

not reachable from within my own network through outside facing interface

Is there any quick answer that lapses me by to this situation - my server is accssible at 192.168.2.200:5222 without a problem (from within the local network of course) but if I try to reach it ...
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1answer
193 views

Server is not reachable because it was setup as Static IP. Must requires DHCP mode [closed]

ISP provides Static IP. Based on MAC address, so that forever the end user have Static IP (to do mail/www servers) Step 1: So as a user we purchased this module called Static IP using MAC address ...
1
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4answers
2k views

How to set up daisy-chained routers for separate sub-nets?

This question seems to be similar to others, but I'll take a shot anyway. A client recently switched ISPs from TDS to Comcast Business Class. Before the switch, they had 5 static IP addresses ...
1
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1answer
269 views

Is it possible to separate Routing/NAT in conjunction with an internal DNSMasq host providing DNS/DHCP?

It's really great letting DNSMasq take care of DHCP / DNS, as it "just knows" everything... as it should, considering it dished out the addresses to the hosts... However, it seems (to me) - ...
1
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4answers
105 views

Help needed on internet routing

Looking for some good video lectures / book / articles which explains in a simple manner how exactly how packet moves in Internet. Searched the net, but couldnt find a GOOD one. Want to know how ...
0
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1answer
51 views

Sharing connections on a circuit-switched network possible?

Is it possible to somehow share a circuit-switched connection? For example, could multiple computers be connected to a router which is connected to a circuit-switched network?
0
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2answers
361 views

Do I over-expose my home network if I connect my Internet connection directly to my Cisco switch? [closed]

Summary My old home-router/switch has died recently and I decided to buy the real stuff: Cisco switch 3500 series XL in prevision of further needs later on. Meanwhile, I have received my Cisco ...
3
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3answers
550 views

how to connect 2 independent computer networks?

I have 2 independent networks that are connected to internet. Each systems in a network can connect to the internet through the corresponding router/NAT device. i wish to connect these two LANs. I ...
0
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1answer
729 views

Netgear Router/Modem installation PPPoA NAT issues

I am having difficulty getting something that should be simple going. I have a Netgear DM111P modem connection to a broadband connection using PPPoA. Connected to this I have a Netgear FCG318 wireless ...
0
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4answers
1k views

Ubuntu Server: No Internet?

I have running a ubuntu server 10.04.1. I can ping my local network, but I can't get over the router. The DNS entries in resolv.conf are fine. I can post any file you want. Any advice? Thanks. ...
0
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1answer
73 views

Internet<->Server<->Router<->Computers Setup

Another question related to network setup. Idea is to setup network as following: Internet<->Server 2k3<->DLink 655 Router<->computers, etc But the main point is to keep direct internet ...
1
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1answer
202 views

Modem with support for wired 802.1x

I'm looking at allowing internet access for only a few scattered users on a school network. One method I'm considering is using 802.1x authentication for the modem. Of course there are simpler options ...
3
votes
3answers
267 views

Dual external internet connections

We have here 2 Internet connections coming in. And the intention is to have all services available on our server which should be available externally, to be available through both connections. Also, ...
2
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4answers
1k views

5 external static IPs, easy and cost-effective way to use them?

I'm moving from one ISP, who provided a managed router that took care of things like port forwarding IPs, to a new one that does not. So, currently I have a single, inexpensive Linksys router ...
5
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3answers
4k views

Restrict Computer or Users from Internet but allow access to intranet and Windows Update / ePO?

So this may be impossible but I've been asked to try and find something about it. So far nothing I have found is possible. I need to restrict specific machines or user accounts from regular Internet ...
8
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4answers
819 views

Wireless AAA for a small, bandwidth-limited hotel

We (the tech I work with and myself) live in a remote northern town where Internet access is somewhat of a luxury, and bandwidth is quite limited. Here, overage charges ranging from few hundreds, to ...
1
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2answers
677 views

welcome page via wireless internet

i want to make welcome page if users are surfing via my wirelesss connection for example user come to my resturant with his iphone and search for wireless networkrs the user see the resturant ...
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3answers
2k views

Configuring two wireless routers: one with internet access and one without

I look after the network for a small educational establishment, and we wish to make wireless internet access available for teaching staff but not for students. We do, however, want to allow the ...
2
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2answers
268 views

Modem/router that can handle 50+ clients

I have a network of 50+ PCs, with a Dynalink RTA 1320 for internet access, and have issues with internet speed. The Dynalink connects with a PPPoA connection. Only about 20 actually have internet ...
4
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9answers
12k views

Best solution for Multi-WAN failover (inside & out)? [closed]

Looking for a way to setup 2 ISPs in failover mode, for both incoming & outgoing traffic, for our small (<100 devices) network. The leading contender for now seems to be the Peplink Balance ...