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1answer
40 views

Port Mirroring to Mac Thunderbolt Ethernet [closed]

I have a switch with port mirroring enabled. So one port is the source port, and the other is the mirror port. In the source port, I have a wifi router plugged in. The mirror port is connected to ...
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0answers
17 views

Unable to communicate with web proxy server on iOS

I am following the instructions on how to use a HTTP proxy with an iPhone, however I appear unable to communicate with the HTTP proxy. I have configured the settings in my phone correctly to use the ...
0
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0answers
51 views

Access switch on the LAN from a WLAN connection Sonicwall TZ205

I have a setup like the following Modem >>> Sonicwall TZ205 >>>> Linksys 8 port smart POE switch >>>> Linksys LRT224 When I am on the LAN through a wired connection ...
0
votes
0answers
82 views

Cisco WAP321 Access Point Locking Up Daily

We have a Cisco WAP321 Small Business Access Point (WAP321-A-K9 V01 Non Clustered) that has about 15-20 users (Phones and Tablets). The device has been randomly locking up every day to the point ...
0
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0answers
116 views

Is there any way by which I can capture the wifi probe requests without using monitor mode?

For some reason, keeping the wifi interface in monitor mode on my machine is crashing it(its a raspberry pi, I'm assuming its crashing because of the amount of traffic being intercepted, but lets not ...
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0answers
393 views

How to make a WiFi Hotspot with a captive portal [closed]

I want to create a WiFi Hotspot with a captive portal. The idea is this. want to create a WiFi Hotspot with a captive portal. The idea is this. Internet ...
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votes
1answer
211 views

Wireless router URL redirection [closed]

I'm trying to "filter" explicit URLs (+18/21) from network traffic and redirect to another website. I have physical access to router inside my home, computer and router local web-access, which let's ...
1
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0answers
55 views

Wifi between Buildings 385ft Apart [closed]

I administer a network where they've built a new building on the property that is 385ft from the main building. The ground between the buildings is completely paved and the owner wants to avoid a ...
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votes
1answer
34 views

Reduce unwanted “connect to network” attempts with wireless password [closed]

My university recently added a 5-digit (WEP) network password to their wireless network. (This is in addition to a login page that requires university credentials.) I emailed them, and they said the ...
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votes
1answer
134 views

Easiest routing solution for a typical firewall with WiFi routers setup - WAN-2-hops-away network

Suppose a local network connected to the internet via a single firewall router. Devices that connect directly (= using only layer 2 devices) to that router are: hosts WiFi routers providing the ...
0
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0answers
38 views

muliple ssid's on same interface

I am working on centos6. I have 1 wifi interface. Can I create a virtual interface and create an adhoc network with it (my 'real' wifi interface is already connected to another ssid). This is what I ...
0
votes
1answer
52 views

Connect Multiple Networks Wirelessly [closed]

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 ...
0
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3answers
46 views

s/m business wifi access [closed]

At the moment my company is aiming to split offices. We are in a business park and remaining in the same building, this is only temporary, but several of us are moving into a smaller office about ...
0
votes
5answers
138 views

Giving an IP address outside the network to the router to safely make it a switch?

In our office, all machines use IP address 192.168.0.x with subnet mask 255.255.255.0, the network setup is as below: We only had routerA before. But since its wireless signal is too weak (much ...
1
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0answers
36 views

Wireless client bridge not working on network- any potentially workable alternatives? [closed]

I assist in the work of a small IT group of a department within a larger organization. The building we're in has not nearly enough connectivity for our needs, and so we've had a number of computers ...
0
votes
0answers
40 views

wifi router bridged mode buffer size

I got burst of packets transmitted on a wifi router (Ubiquiti Picostation 5) in bridged mode. The burst is 200 UDP packets 1kB each transmitted in approx. 40ms which gave me approx. 5MB/s ~ 40 Mbps ...
2
votes
0answers
393 views

Wireless router country codes: what issues can these actually cause?

Running the network diagnostics tool on my Mac, I get a messaging about "Conflicting Country Codes" stating that: "A nearby wireless router has been detected which is identifying itself as ...
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votes
1answer
104 views

Why Might My Office Network Have Two Routers? [closed]

I am no network admin. But I am the in-house IT guy for a small firm with, what appears to be, a fairly complex office network. The network has two routers, the first goes into the network through a ...
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votes
1answer
421 views

How do routers combine WAN and LAN traffic (packet data over wifi and ethernet)? [closed]

In my office, we have a leased line connection which is shared by some 20 users over wi-fi. This causes congestion on the router's end, resulting in slow speed due to high packet drops (and consequent ...
0
votes
1answer
100 views

Is it possible to restrict the connection duration per client on the router (say with OpenWRT)?

How to limit the connection duration per client per period (say, one MAC-address can connect only for 3 hours per week to the network). Where could be defined such a rule? In the firewall? So the ...
0
votes
0answers
59 views

Connecting to Aerohive APs from Laptops running Win. 7 using authentication from a Windows 2008 domain server

I have deployed a wireless network using Aerohive access points. 2 of them are set up as radius servers. I want my users to be able to use the same user name and password they use when they log onto ...
1
vote
0answers
417 views

Losing connection to SQL Server on the same machine?

I've installed our SQL Server driven software on a client's computer. This consists of SQL Server 2008 R2 Express, and using ADO/SQLOLEDB drivers on a brand new Windows 8 64bit machine. The problem ...
0
votes
4answers
228 views

Wifi slowing down whole network

Simple sounding question. When the wifi is turned on, our small office DSL speeds drop to 0.3 Mbps, with ping up around 1.4 seconds, for both wired and wireless clients. Turning the wifi off instantly ...
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votes
1answer
33 views

using 2 wireless routers to connect to 1 internet connection [closed]

I have 8 computers and two 4 port wireless routers. I want to be able to have all the computers to be connected via eithernet.1 router will be in one room with a cable modem with 4 computers ...
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votes
2answers
163 views

Wireless high pings but good signal [closed]

Could power cables be affecting the wireless router's performance? I've got a great signal but the pings are crazy high for a local network.
0
votes
3answers
416 views

Ruckus wireless AP and Dell PowerConnect configuration problems

We are working on trying to get some Ruckus Access Points to work correctly on our network. Currently our network is as follows: VLAN 10 - Servers VLAN 11 – Computers/DHCP VLAN 12 – Voice VLAN 13 – ...
0
votes
0answers
29 views

Identifying wireless access points - do programs interfere?

I'm planning to do some checking what kind of wireless access points are around in the company building to see if rogue or disallowed ones and was thinking of either taking kismet for a walk or doing ...
0
votes
0answers
49 views

Connection timed out to only a particular site from ubuntu and it happens on a random machine on our wifi network

We are the developers of the site Twoosh We are using 3 machines on our wifi network( have already reset the router) and we use ubuntu for development. Suddenly, we are getting connection timed out ...
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votes
1answer
162 views

Can I block android phones from my company wireless network? [duplicate]

Network is password protected, all employees have access to password. Company policy is only company approved and provided devices are allowed on network. We can not tell who is logging in on ...
4
votes
4answers
254 views

Troubleshooting wireless network in a 4000 square feet office

I work for a non-profit organization in a 4000 sf office with 30 staff. All laptops are connected to the network wirelessly. We have one switch (TP-Link TL-SF1008D Ethernet Switch) and three routers ...
0
votes
1answer
46 views

Is there an app that can provide details about wifi access point config?

I'm wondering if there is an easier way to determine of the following parameters of a wifi network. For users who already have say a laptop connected to a wifi network. Does wifi network support ...
4
votes
2answers
177 views

How should I secure a corporate wireless network?

We are implementing a new WiFi network at my work, and I am trying to think through a design of the security for the network. Use case 1: guests. We will have a captive portal setup, guests will ...
0
votes
2answers
400 views

Separate WebBlocker settings, using one Watchguard XTM 505?

I support a school with 3 locations that uses a Watchguard XTM 505. They are implementing a BYOD wireless solution with Aerohive APs, and they will have 3 SSIDs (School, Guest, BYOD). Each SSID needs ...
1
vote
1answer
42 views

How to setup completely wireless network to retrieve data

I have a situation and I'm not sure the best way (or at least the terminology) to find a solution. There are four rooms that CANNOT have any cabling run into them from the outside. There are 4 ...
0
votes
0answers
65 views

Connecting to Mac on iPad via local network

For my business, I have a product that is built with a Mac Mini running things at the core. On this Mac Mini, I have installed Apache and PHP to serve dynamic web pages locally. Users access these ...
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votes
1answer
124 views

Can ISP Throttle Wireless but Not Ethernet? [closed]

Is it possible for my ISP to throttle only wireless connections but NOT wired (ethernet) connections? Seems impossible to me, but I think it is actually occurring. Here is my scenario: I have a ...
8
votes
2answers
2k views

Industry standard for minimum Wifi signal strength?

Is there an industry standard for how strong a Wifi signal needs to be in order to have a reliable connection? For example, maybe Wifi endpoints are designed to the specification that they connect ...
0
votes
1answer
90 views

How to setup a computer for WIFI testing that is also on a LAN - to allow remote access from LAN but all HTTP out thru Wifi?

We have a wifi network that gets a lot of complaints I think are more associated with the hand-held point-of-sales units being used than the wifi. These units scan tickets and then upload barcode data ...
1
vote
0answers
2k views

Windows 8 wifi problems with certain WAPs?

There seems to be a problem with Windows 8 wifi drivers working with specific WAPs. I have a Windows 8 ultrabook that works famously on my wifi network at home. When I take it to work (yeah we're ...
2
votes
2answers
311 views

Small office WiFi network with Airport Extreme (15 people) advice

Hi I am having some problems with creating a decent office wifi setup. This is the current setup: Users via Wifi x15 > Router wired into > Airport Extreme wired into > Phoneline So our 15 ...
12
votes
2answers
1k views

arp-requests cannot be seen by specific nodes

I create an open ad-hoc wlan by using iwconfig (I have the same issue with wpa_supplicant as well). there are 4 nodes on the network as seen on the figure below. The nodes run ubuntu 12.04 and debian ...
1
vote
1answer
310 views

SonicPoint Ne Client Disconnections

I've recently replaced our old consumer-grade NetGear access points with a SonicPoint Ne Access Point to work with our SonicWALL NSA 3500. The old NetGears kept kicking everyone off the network and ...
0
votes
3answers
63 views

How to find to which network i'm actually connected [closed]

In our office we have both LAN and Wi-Fi network. say i have now connected to both LAN and WiFi. now when i give ipconfig. It is showing both LAN IP and also WiFi IP. I want to know, to which network ...
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votes
1answer
49 views

Sharing wifi signal without internet signal

At live events with 20+ wifi signals, I often find I can't get my iOS devices (iPod Touch and iPad) to stay connected to my wireless networks. Simply put, the devices connect and have reasonable ...
1
vote
0answers
207 views

Load Balancing Ethernet LAN & WIFI on linux?

I have configured two internet connection to my Linux box, first Ethernet LAN with range 192.168.2.1 & WIFI with range 192.168.1.1 this both connection are connected to 2 different internet ...
0
votes
0answers
553 views

Promiscuous & Wifi with virtual box

At the beginning, a problem with virtual box. I'm running vb on a Windows 8 x64 pro pc with only a wifi connection to my router. I create a new virtual machine configured in bridged mode for ...
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votes
2answers
349 views

clone ip and mac addr on wlan

what will happen if i clone another pc on a wlan network? consider the following scenario. PC1(victim) mac1 ip1 PC2(attacker) mac2 ip2. I set mac2 = mac1 and ip2 = ip1 i ran the following ...
0
votes
3answers
161 views

WAP + Ethernet Switch Configuration

I need about 20-25 Ethernet connections so I guess a switch is the only way to go. My question is does a wireless access point create a new network (would it make the wireless network a separate ...
1
vote
1answer
285 views

Mikrotik API reference for `passthrough=no`

In several parts of the Mikrotik API Manual there are references to the passthrough=no and passthrough=yes. e.g.,: Manual: Transparent Traffic Shaper Manual: "/ ip firewall mangle" But nowhere have ...
5
votes
1answer
3k views

Adjacent channel versus co-channel interference

What is the difference between the two in terms of affecting signal strength or performance? Where I work, everything is on channel 1 6 and 11 for the 2.4GHz spectrum and I've been told that ...