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I figured out the issue. I found that the T1 Card was operational, but as YLearn explained it wasn't for use with Comcast High Speed Internet.As for the dhcp command, I upgraded the IOS via TFTP which allowed me to use the command. I was however able to use a static IP address given to me by Comcast in the configuration. I found that the ip route settings ...


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several things I can think of, 1) make sure your server is a router, e.g it will forward packages from your clients to other networks.. .this is done like this: echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward or to make this more permanent: pico /etc/sysctl.conf uncomment or add something like this: net.ipv4.ip_forward=1 also, does the client get ip ...


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While this was clearly not a popular question, I feel like posts should always have an answer, even if they're on the edge of server related issues. I adjusted the title slightly to better reflect the problem. This was actually a difficult issue to chase down. It was in the Cisco router which was a fairly unlikely location. In addition, only some URL's ...


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One of the easiest way to do this is by using Routerboard/Mikrotik devices. You can have virtual APs (different SSIDs & WPA2 PSKs) with a single device/AP and apply whatever QoS and/or Traffic Shaping (among tons of other things) you need by using the extremely intuitive winbox interface. You can set up very complicated stuff in a matter of a few ...


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Some routers can do this, or can be enabled to do this by installing new firmware such as DD-WRT: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DD-WRT#Features There is a paid version of the DD-WRT firmware which has exactly the feature you're looking for, however it may be possible to accomplish the same thing for free using a bit of script hacking as explained here: ...


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You would need to get two wireless access points or purchase enterprise class hardware. With two AP/Routers you could have one (or both) filtered through squid & a tunnel but the config is not super strait forward since you're trying to cap at a max amount over time instead of given throughput. There is a decent chance someone else has already written ...


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So if you login to the PFsense box, can you use the commandline / ping utility to ping either the sky router, or the internet at large? The PFsense box should likely have the WAN setup as DHCP, not static as it'll get the IP it should be using from the Sky Router (which will provide it via DHCP). And then you'll likely want the internal IP of the PFsense ...



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