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either that ^ or save your configuration in a file then copy/paste rather than typing it but I also think going for dynamic at home would be the best solution

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Sounds to me like this is working fine. When you switch from static to DHCP for your office, the static entries are gone. When you switch back from DHCP to static, then you must enter the info again. That's just the way it works.

Question: At home, instead of a static, can you do a DHCP reservation instead? that way you just stay on DHCP all the time.

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Hi All,

When I am at home, I use Static TCP/IPv4 Setting. But when I come to my office, I have to change it to IP address automatically.

The problem is it doesn't save the static TCP/IP setting. I have to daily type the static details when I come back to my home. This I find very irritating.

please help. Is there anything that I am missing here.

Thanks,
Mak

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I need to configure a proxy on my local machine to use an upstream proxy (installed on another machine). The upstream proxy requires Digest/NTLM authorization. I want the local proxy to deal with the upstream proxy's authorization details and provides authorization free access to users that connect to it through my local proxy.

Users (1 ..n) -> LocalProxy(no auth) -> UpstreamProxy(Digest/NTLM auth) -> Customer n/w

This is easy to do when the upstream proxy uses Basic Auth but I don't see how to do it for Digest/NTLM Auth. I see Burp, ZAP can probably do the job but I need a command line solution. Any suggestions ?

Thanks,
Russel

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thanks

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It will show all connected wifi devices and will show their ip's

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getmac will also give you the MAC address as well.

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Getting .com or .org domain names for free sounds unlikely. It is possbile to get a third level domain names for free though. I got a myname.dynu.com from my dynamic DNS service provider,Dynu.

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@rubberman thanks, this link is very helpful for me and provide me useful information according to my need.

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Back to the accounts? They never accepted that they needed an account on the server. One might guess the server had the guest enabled.

I thought by now you had the account area under your hat and why I have begun to wonder if you had some other issues to cover. Your last post makes me worry you are trying to forgo accounts and Windows Shares.

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I want to know about the main difference between ARP and RARP ?

Thanks in advance

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here we go again with the sig spamming pointless crap 'I could have googled that' questions - oh well, won't be long before you are banned again...
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In parting I did have a long chat with someone that hid a tiny detail. They never accepted the name/user/account matters area. They were stuck in the past how this worked and wanted things to work as if it was 15 years ago. It was tiring to say the least. Here, at least you figured that out.

What do you mean, they never accepted the name/user/account matters area ?

I have found a defective area when networking between Windows 7 & Windows 8, arghhh I have to be the guinea pig :-(

This is probably the reason why I can't map the NAS as a drive.

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Truly strange. Since all prior answers fail you have sadly found a defective area. I'm taking your word on that. Very strange to read this. Maybe you should just forget Windows networking and look at WinSCP instead.

WinSCP has Win Explorer integration: winscp.net/eng/docs/integration
(in reference to "Between a Win 8.1 & Win 7.", not the NAS)

In parting I did have a long chat with someone that hid a tiny detail. They never accepted the name/user/account matters area. They were stuck in the past how this worked and wanted things to work as if it was 15 years ago. It was tiring to say the least. Here, at least you figured that out.

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I don't want to use homegroups, instead regular workgroups but I'm having issues setting this all up, that may be why, in the first error of the video I can't map any directory on the NAS as a drive.

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Hi, watch this video, of the two networking problem I'm having that I can't solve and I've searched and searched for answers and none of the solutions I've found, work. Between a Win 8.1 & Win 7.

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