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Having layer between IPv6 and the physical layer do hop-by-hop fragmentation is permitted by the standard. And in fact if the MTU of the physical layer is smaller than 1280 bytes, such hop-by-hop fragmentation is even mandatory. The exact workings of such a fragmentation below the IPv6 layer is outside of the scope of the IPv6 standard. The exact wording in ...


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Sure, that info's usually in the output of show version , though that might vary with specific devices and software versions.


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Let us assume my router is able to deliver at that value. 450mbit is not the actual speed. You will never see that speed when transferring real data. Especially with off the shelf Access Points like the one you are using. In WiFi networks those numbers are the theoretical maximum speed which is never the actual speed that you will get (there are ...


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I believe I have found the answer myself. If it helps anyone else the solution I found was: http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/1368080 Yes, but it can't be done only by port forward, firewall is also needed. Steps are as below: 1. Open http port for internal 192.168.1.2(your internal server) 2. Setup two firewall filter rule. Filter Set 2 Rule 2(first ...


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Sounds like you're looking for something called a "Captive Portal" feature. If your router doesn't come with one out of the box, you have 2 options: Get a router that does come with the feature, or Depending on your router's model, flash it with custom firmware, like Tomato or DD-WRT Please note that option #2 requires quite a bit of work, depends on ...


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Sadly the NAT is happening before the policing I believe; thus making all traffic appear as the NAT'ted address instead of the internal address you have specified in your ACL / Class Map. One idea is to mark the traffic coming in on FA0/0 matching the Ubuntu server with a DSCP value. Then police based on that DSCP value. That will solve your outbound ...



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