a device that connects to 2 or more networks and is capable of forwarding data packets into the direction of the ultimate destination based on information read from the packet and internal routing tables.

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Do Wireless Routers with a USB port for 3G/4G USB modem support normal file sharing?

I'm looking forward to buying a wireless router with a USB port, so that I can share my 1 TB external Hard Drive over Wi-Fi among my devices. I came across one such router, TP-Link 3G/4G Wireless N ...
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Using an LTE Dongle on a router's USB port

I know there are routers which support LTE/3G dongles (like the FRITZ!box by AVM). But if I have got a router, which officially does not suppport these dongles, but has got USB ports for NAT storage, ...
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Draytek Vigor 2830n WAN connection dropouts

For the last two weeks we have been experiencing terrible connections speeds. When running a speed test it normally starts off OK at around 15Mbps but then drops to 0.7Mbs or below making working ...
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Redirection user to fake page on accessing captive portal [on hold]

How can I redirect user to other page (say 0.0.0.0) whenever he tries to access captive portal(10.20.1.1:8090) over college WiFi.
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Cisco 887VA router ADSL configuration

I am attempting to setup a Cisco 887VA to connect out to the internet via a basic ADSL connection. I have configured it to the best of my ability but its the first one I've ever done and I think I may ...
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ASUS RT-AC66U custom DNS server [migrated]

I am trying to setup a custom DNS server located on a separate computer using the ASUS RT-AC66U router. I tried installing ASUSWTR-merlin custom firmware with no success, still stuck on regular ...
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simple routing don't work under debian jessie

I'm trying to set up simple enogh system with 3 virtual debian jessie machines: first connected to second and second connected to third. I want first one to be able ping third one. To achieve this, ...
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Unable to SSH to AWS on home network?

I am not exactly sure if this is the right place. I have an AWS EC2 instance which I am trying to access using putty on windows 7. I have been doing it using my phone hotspot successfully. But it ...
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Sonicwall firewall router dhcp server stops working intermittently

I just bought a Sonicwall SOHO which is the new model that replace TZ105, TZ 205 series. The network stops working intermittently. The whole network is down after every 30~70 minutes of uptime, no ...
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Set-up VPN using DD-WRT router

I'm trying to set-up a VPN with a DD-WRT router in a Windows 2012 environment. I followed the steps from DD-WRT wiki 2, but I can't manage a connection. Firmware: DD-WRT v3.0-r28788 std (01/13/16) ...
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Cisco 1921, SMTP, and NAT on multiple Exchange Servers

In a LAN environment, I have 3 exchange servers that have been deployed for high availability and failover in case one of the 3 servers becomes unavailable. Currently, my NAT settings only send ...
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Can't reach centos server after “Multicast listener report” IPV6

I ran into a problem that occurs only on a few servers. Every 5-6 minutes I lose connection to the server, and it get backs after a few minutes. In most cases it's a VM that is not reachable while ...
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Expand wlan with a wlan router or access point [closed]

My wish is to expand the WLAN network, because of aborted connections. That means, the "central" router gives the internet connection in the LAN and the other router/access point uses the LAN ...
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additional public IP and local network

Currently we have router A that does all the routing/firewalling/forwarding/dhcp/... services. It also forwards ports 80 and 443 to server on our local network. We need second web server(not as a ...
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Building router with one ethernet interface

Good day! I have 2 servers in datacenter and I want to use one of them as router for another instead of default gateway provided by DC. Both servers have one ethernet interface called 'eth0' with ...
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dnsmasq use LAN ip for resolvable LAN hosts, forward to external DNS otherwise?

This may be a duplicate but I was unable to find the exact answer, so I apologize in advance if it is. I have a dnsmasq instance running on my router, as well as some hosts which are accessible on ...
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create a PPTP VPN server to act same as PureVPN PPTP server?

I'm new in networking. Our ISPs are providing us with private IP addresses so port forwarding is not possible, They are offering fixed IP addresses but with extremely high price so the only option is ...
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Operating Temperature of Cisco routers

I am managing a small server room containing different pieces of networking equipment e.g. cisco3900, paloalto appliance, pc routers, various switches. The issue is that our server room has been ...
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How to optimize throughput on a linux NAT/router?

I am trying to use an old Fujitsi RX300S2, with a quad core Intel Xeon CPU @2.80GHz as a Gitabit NAT router, it has a dual gigabit NIC on board over PCI-X. The router will also forward multicast ...
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SafeNet Sentinel RMS server needs to be pinged before it works (routed across VLANs)

I have 2 separate CAD programs that use the Safenet Sentinel RMS Server (Aladdin) to check the license. After boot, they cannot find the license server. The license server is configured using its ip ...
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Slow DNS response

Our network has a NetGear SRX5308 Firewall / Router with no local DNS server. We have an external webserver one of our applications connects to and sometimes there is a delay in the resolution of the ...
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Cannot connect to internet after a power cut yesterday

I work at a small company, we have set up our LAN using an ASUS RT-N18U. We are in a small office as part of a business park, our network comes in over wire, as part of a package supplied by the ...
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Configure small LAN to WAN network

I want to setup a small LAN that can connect to Internet via my ISP's router (I have only one open port on my ISP's router and 6 public IPs). On my side, I have an Ubiquity Router that I connect to ...
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How to get the connected wireless router's DHCP server not of another router's in the same network?

I have two internet connections and three separate wireless routers on the same network. The two dlink routers are serving one internet connection and the speedport the other internet connection. My ...
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Does a wireless access point behave like a hub? [closed]

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) ...
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zeroshell qos global bandwidth maximum vs guaranteed

When using Zeroshell QoS what is the difference between the maximum and guaranteed bandwidth when talking about the global bandwidth for the interface? I understand the difference for each of the ...
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Netgear Prosafe SRX5308 config with Virgin Superhub

We have just bought a Netgear Prosafe SRX5308 to provide load balancing with our 4 internet connections, but I am struggling to get it configured with our Virgin Media connection. The auto-detect ...
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How are IP packets routed from LAN to WAN? [closed]

I have OpenWRT set up on a router, with a wireless client connected on the LAN, and connected to another network on the WAN. wlan1 is bridged on the br-lan interface, and typically forwards to the LAN ...
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WCCP to Remote Cache Engine - Any limitations?

I am attempting to WCCP to a remote (cloud hosted) cache engine from an ASR 1900 series router that is performing NAT. According to my reading (which was mostly done on ASAs) the WCCP cache engine ...
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Router configuration, subnetting, DMZ

I'd like to use a subnet of our public IP addresses in the DMZ like shown in this picture: Does my provider have to add a routing entry on the first router for the DMZ-net? Can I assign the whole ...
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Can only some machines on a network have a public IP addresses?

Is it possible for some computers on a network to have their own public IP addresses and serve content over the internet while other computers on the same network only have private IP addresses but ...
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why the EdgeRouter-PoE is not saving the configuration?

While reseting the EdgeRouter PoE and while doing the configuration(giving an IP address and gateway) , Iam receiving the following error : Failed to apply the configuration (calling ...
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why the router is not saving the configuration?

When I turn off my EdgeRouter PoE and then turn it on , Iam not able to access the router through its static IP 172.16.x.x and even through the default IP 192.168.1.1 Every time I need to reset it ...
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dd-wrt client mode with wpa2 enterprise encryption

I would like to extend the range of a router with wpa2 enterprise encryption by setting up a client router in client mode. I have looked through the forum for information regarding this and I have ...
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How to route all client traffic without setting it's gateway

I've 3 devices where for some reasons I cannot change their default gateway and neither their ip and netmask. All the devices has the following ip: 169.254.11.22 and netmask 255.255.255.0 I want to ...
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Subnetting/Supernetting Configuration

I have an existing network. It looks like this. Router LAN (192.168.0.1 /24) -> Switch (192.168.0.10 /24) -> Workstations (192.168.0.100 - 192.168.0.200 /24) Our network has expanded and I need to ...
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Two(one OpenVPN) Networks Routed to Two Seperate Interfaces

I currently have a working network configuration. It is setup so that my Debian router connects to my modem, grabs an IP from DHCP using the physical eth0 interface connected to the WAN port on my ...
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Traffic control. Prevent unauthorised clients to use IPs outside dhcp range and connect to network. Ubuntu server

I'm new here. I'm looking for a way to prevent my network users to connect to internet using static IPs on their devices outside DHCP range (dhcp range: 10.5.0.1-10.9.254.254). It's like denying ...
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switch and local ip's [closed]

ive read in other topics that switches doesn't understand IP and they only use MAC addresses i have a lot of NAS and 4 computers on my network. I'm planning to buy a switch to replace a router that i ...
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Multiple NIC same subnet [closed]

I have a setup as shown in the image. I know it is insane but i have to work on this configuration only. It is basically an ubuntu server acting as a router with 4 interfaces. 3 of them (eth0, eth1 ...
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Do I need a firewall or am I ok with a router?

I'm working in a small company (7 employees) and we need a new router or firewall for both our office and our servers in a datacenter. We have a 1 Gbit/s synchronous internet connection on both sites. ...
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solutions to filter traffic with group based rules

I have a 25 computer network with 1 pfsense box (with squid installed) and 1 openLDAP server configured & working , 70% of the network is wired the rest is password protected wireless. Right now ...
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Can DNS response answers be in a different case than the query?

Example (1) of an expected DNS lookup result: nslookup google.com Server: 192.168.1.1 Address: 192.168.1.1#53 Non-authoritative answer: Name: google.com Address: 173.194.123.41 Name: google.com ...
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Correct OpenWRT configuration for iptables PREROUTING rule

I've recently switch my router firmware from Tomato to OpenWRT. I had the iptable commands below which would intercept http requests to an internal ip (192.168.1.254) on port 80 and redirect to a ...
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Configuring iptables on dd-wrt router

I'm trying to setup a dd-wrt router to serve as a subnetwork for some custom built arduino devices. The idea is having the routers LAN/WIFI being open to the arduino devices and only allowing trafic ...
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trouble setting up a small network- Can't Ping BorderGateway

RTR Configuration : http://pastebin.com/Pg4SxG65 Network Topolgy: https://goo.gl/h043A7 BR: its an RV320 if you guys need some info let me know. It's running DHCP to provide ip address to the ...
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Port Forwarding - Apache listen at port 72 or any works fine but in port 80 doesn't work [closed]

My apache is running on port 80. When I go to router setting and set the port forwarding from 80 to port 80 in my lan ip of my computer, it doesn't work remote. But if I change the apache to port 72 ...
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what makes two networks different? [duplicate]

When can we say two networks are different from each other? Is it when they have different subnet masks or when they use different policies? Will it be right to say that a router is needed to connect ...
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Route traffic in a public network

I have 3 stand alone CentOS servers on same hosting provider. The hosting company can't offer me a firewall for this devices, only iptables. So I want to buy another server and make this server a ...
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Port forwarding in pfSense not working

I recently set up a pfSense router and can't get any port forwarding to work from outside my own LAN. I have the following forwarding rule to a local server located at 10.0.1.2: Note that if I ...