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You asked: "OpenWrt configuration on the remote server: Is there a solution for that?" I'm daily dealing with more than 80 OpenWRT boxes (three hardware platform running a mix of Backfire (some), Attitude Adjustment (most of them) and Barrier Braker (some)) and... last year I started searching deeply about a "configuration management" platform, suited for ...


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What is the specific model of the router provided from your internet provider? Do you get a few static ip's with your internet package or just dynamic? I am using a CISCO ASA series to do a very similar configuration. [We divide bandwidth based on branch offices] Your HP device is a switch it would be better to setup two routers behind the providers ...


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Can you use consumer grade hardware in enterprise settings? Sure. Here is why you shouldn't (from a generic perspective): Support You get professionals that depend their livelihood on helping you and continuously learning about the new products that come out. The company that makes the products are invested in helping you out. They can do this because you ...


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SOHO equipment is designed for light-usage standalone deployments. You won't find too many features on it at all, especially centralized management tools. If you use these, you'll have to configure each manually which can be tedious and lead to errors. Enterprise equipment is intended for being part of a larger network. It will have centralized management ...


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Create a script that will: Check if NetworkManager reports the WiFi interface connected If it isn't, use NetworkManager to connect to the given WiFi So no nm restart is required. In order to do the above use nmcli: nmcli d | grep wlan0 | grep -v disconnected >/dev/null || nmcli c up id wifiid To get the id run nmcli c There might be some problems ...


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There is no problem with the router. WiFi does not work ok when many users are connected to the same Access Point. Add to that the fact that the 2.4GHz band is heavily saturated so you may have a log of noise even though you have good signals on all clients. You could try changing the frequency to see if you can get better performance. Also keep in mind ...


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If the setting mentioned is set to all-user profiles and Wifi is still dropping, you may need to log into an admin account and connect to the network. One of our machines at work would disconnect when switching users, making remote control difficult as the user had standard user rights. What I did was log in as admin when I was local to the machine and ...



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