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Feb
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comment DHCP issue in our network, could it be hidden 2nd DHCP server?
This is a very good idea. Currently I can't see anything other than the TP-LINK answering with DHCP OFFER. Maybe the hypothetical rogue server is turned off right now. If the situations arise once more I will try your suggestion. Add it as an answer and I will accept it.
Feb
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awarded  Student
Feb
26
comment DHCP issue in our network, could it be hidden 2nd DHCP server?
Addition: It seems the DHCP server started serving only correct IPs after its setting for "SPI firewall" has been turned off. Could it be TP-LINK related issue?
Feb
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asked DHCP issue in our network, could it be hidden 2nd DHCP server?
Oct
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awarded  Scholar
Oct
24
accepted How is this wireless mode called?
Oct
24
comment How is this wireless mode called?
+1 for ItsGC! That was it. I've connected the LAN cable for the cabled segment into one of the device LAN ports, set its IP to match one of the 1.X network (for maintenance), disabled WAN port and set wireless mode to "AP". No bridging at all, just "dumb switch" :)
Oct
24
comment How is this wireless mode called?
IPs are manually assigned, but a DHCP can be used (and it will be - in the near future). The current problem is that if a laptop requests a DHCP address that request won't go further than the wifi router.
Oct
24
comment How is this wireless mode called?
I haven't seen a 'hub' mode in the routers that I have used before.
Oct
24
comment How is this wireless mode called?
Is it client bridge or wireless bridge? Or different manifacturers has different names for that mode?
Oct
24
asked How is this wireless mode called?
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Apr
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answered Which Linux distributive could you advise for a webserver with PIII-700MHz and 512Mb RAM?
Apr
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answered What are your favorite open source tools?
Apr
9
comment What is the crappiest network build you've ever seen?
@Massimo: Is there a Community Wiki? I can't see a link anywhere on that site...
Apr
9
asked What is the crappiest network build you've ever seen?
Apr
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answered Most common account names used in ssh brute force attacks
Oct
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awarded  Teacher
Oct
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answered How to secure bash scripts on apache?