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2answers
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Avoid connect 2nd DHCPs on 1 LAN [closed]

I have a LAN network using Draytek 2910 with DHCP. The network goes through 20 different rooms. At first everything is working good. Suddendly the network keep losing IP addresses every 30 t0 60 ...
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1answer
58 views

How to bridge two lan but keeping their clients using/choosing their own wan?

this is my first question here so please bear with me if I haven't made it super clear So I have 2 piece of Cisco RV180W router hardware. The office is moderately big and one single Wifi router is ...
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1answer
161 views

Broke my company's network, how do I get it set back up? [closed]

My dad moved his office. The new location will only have WiFi access, but he still needs his server setup and the other machines connected to it. The server (don't laugh) is an old Windows NT 4.0. ...
0
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0answers
123 views

Clients suddenly stop receiving data from the network

I'm facing a connection problem on a small network: 10 clients connected to a Netgear WNR612v2 WiFi router with DHCP disabled; 4 clients connected to a Linksys WRT160NL router with DHCP active and ...
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1answer
291 views

Dual-port server acting as router, but LAN can't see WAN

Using Windows Server 2012 Essentials. I've got two ethernet ports. One is connected to a router which is connected to the internet. This portion of the network is fine. The router runs DHCP on the ...
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3answers
143 views

No route to host after changing interface to static ip [closed]

I installed a Linux (Ubuntu) server inside my home LAN, initially it's automatically configured to use DHCP interface. I'm connecting to this server from another computer using that server's hostname. ...
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2answers
316 views

Assigning static IP and domain name mapping to local server in LAN

I have developed a web application which will be deployed in a LAN environemnt. Clients will be Computers/Android Tablets/IPAD In order for communication between client and local server 1) need to ...
2
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2answers
1k views

Cannot access LAN Printer

Environment: I have a Brother 7360N Network Printer connected to a TPLINK Router over an Ethernet cable. My desktop, running Windows 8 is connected to the TPLINK Router over an Ethernet cable. A ...
2
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1answer
184 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 ...
2
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3answers
217 views

Detect alive IPs in an unknown static-IP based network

I ask just in case of curiosity and this is just an imaginary network Imagine an internal LAN network without any DHCP server implemented; So to access the network we should use static IP(s); But my ...
2
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3answers
449 views

Connection of a 10/100Mb adapter to 1000Mb LAN

I have the following problem. I cannot get an IP address using DHCP. I have a 10/100Mb adapter on a set-top box connected to a 1000Mb LAN. When I boot up the set-top box it gets an IP from the DHCP ...
1
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1answer
114 views

settings for network with dhcp server

We are trying to fix a problem in a network with this setup: DHCP Server (and all stations) connected to a gigabit switch connected to a router. What should the Gateway and DNS values be on each of ...
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2answers
479 views

Force DHCP server to give a new IP address

i connect to the web via LAN and IPs are assigned via the DHCP server. so a simple sudo dhclient -r sudo dhclient does not work. is there another way to get a new IP address from the DHCP server? ...
2
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2answers
412 views

Get IP from DHCP - Ubuntu

apparently someone on my LAN is running his own DHCP server (by mistake i assume) and broadcasting an address (yep it is 192.168.1.155) prevents me to connect to the 'real' DHCP server ...
0
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2answers
1k views

Windows 7 Enterprise Edition Failing to Get DHCP address

All my Windows 7 Enterprise Edition 64bit laptops have now failed to get an IP address from DHCP via either a wired or wireless connection. The majority of these machines are Dell Latitude 1545 but ...
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4answers
698 views

Pinging DHCP clients by name

The office has a small LAN, composed by a Linksys WRT54G2 sharing a DSL connection, a hub, and several wired and wireless clients. DHCP is enabled in the Linksys. The DHCP clients table shows the ...
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6answers
3k views

How do I set up a LAN-wide DNS server?

I'm familiar with the trick of of editing the /etc/hosts file to direct your computer's traffic to specific IP addresses. Now, I'm looking for a LAN-wide solution. Of course, I could edit all of the ...
0
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1answer
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DHCP and mDNS magic - I want automatic $hostname.mydomain answers on my DNS server

I've seen the wonders of mDNS-based service discovery, but I haven't had much time to look more into it. I also there was references to it in DHCP config files or something. How can I use mDNS to ...