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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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Go to System Preferences → Network, select your Wi-Fi service and click Advanced…. Enable Require administrator authorization to: Change networks.                                             This will then require the username and password of an administrator on the computer to change wireless network, however this does not prevent an Ethernet connection ...


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I will assume that each of the modems have a private IP address and they're NAT through the internet by your provider using a public IP address. Usually providers block private IP communications with each other (this is called Intra APN communication) the reason is quite obvious: Security. If the subscribers are in the same private network, they likely ...


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I got the internal VM network working. Added OVS Bridge vmbr1 to Proxmox and changed /etc/network/interfaces to the following: auto wlan0 iface wlan0 inet static address 192.168.1.136 netmask 255.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.1.1 wpa-ssid "" wpa-psk "" auto vmbr1 iface vmbr1 inet static address 10.0.2.1 ...


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According to your screenshots the signal is too high and in SXTs and similar routerboards, if there is too high signal then the wireless card's amplifier gets over-driven resulting in bad quality link essentially. You need to lower the tx-power on both sides so that the signal drops at the most to -55dB. Others say it should be -65dB but I've seen SXTs and ...


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Technical solution/explanation: From the network point of view, you need to configure two elements: webserver (Apache, Ngix,..) iptables to forward all port 80 packets transparently to the new webserver IP port 80 You will have to create a web page but this will be complicate because you probably want to forward the user to the original page after the ...


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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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