Greetings, Okay, so having an odd issue with a network at work. This is a fairly small LAN with about 30-50 workstations / devices / printers / etc. So the issue in essence is that only one of the workstation on the network can access craigslist. All others time out. This is not a DNS issue as a ping to craigslist.org resolves correctly to 208.82.237.226 on all workstations. Also a tracert completes on all workstations with nothing remarkable. I have only seen this once before and the issue was never resolved. This is not an ISP issue as one of …

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I am Engr. Rodney KJnr. I am Mikrotik COnsultant. Feel free to chat if you are having any issue with your MikroTik RouterBoard and OS.

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Hi Guys. I knw what I want to achieve but not how to achieve it! Any hints would be gratefuly received, or, if it's not possible, tell me so I can stop trying. I have an internet connection -> router with NAT, DHCP etc -> LAN with all kinds of switches and WiFi access points all on the same subnet. I have a couple of TV devices that need to access the LAN and also access the internet via a VPN for access to the right countries. So I connected a VPN router to the LAN and the TV devices …

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I have following configuration- --DSL Modem---- (Has only 1 lan port ) -IP address - 192.168.1....DHCP ON --Netgear Router R6300V2 --- Connected to modem via WAN port on router -IP address --10.0.0.1.... DHCP ON --IP Camera -IP Address --10.0.0.64.. STATIC IP - Connected to lan port on router. My all devices are connected to router. How can a i do port forwarding of IP camera to router then again from router to modem ?

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I have 2 routers. An Asus RT-N65U and a D-link dir-605L. I know the dir-605L is WDS capable. But can I make it a repeater of the Asus router? Or will dlink routers only serve as repeaters to other D-link primary routers?

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Before going on to tell how to get DD-WRT secured with VPN, it is important to determine whether your router is compatible with DD-WRT or not. Most commonly used wireless routers including Linksys, Cisco, D-Link, Verizon, Sitecom and TP-Link are DD-WRT compatible. Check out whether your router’s name appears in this compatibility list for DD-WRT. http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Supported_Devices The following are the easy set up instructions for configuring a VPN on your DDWRT router. I have made used PPTP router settings to install VPN, mainly because PPTP is the easiest and most preferred protocol for DDWRT routers. You can also install DDWRT …

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I consider myself a mid to advanced PC user, I 'am thinking of joining the "work at home" community, I want to set up a home office environnment in my redesigned garage, I have 2 desk tops, monitors etc. now here's the question. Should I ,do I, need to employ an additional wireless router?(I'm currently using a high speed carrier with capabilities of multiple users and devices,ie; TV boxset top/dvr,lap top,tablets) I have the exact same brand, unused additional router for my use. now if I connect this additional router to the office PC would I be able to networkmy …

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{R1}========{R2} / \ / \ / \ [S1] [S2] / \ / \ VL10 VL20 VL10 VL20 Ok so I'm trying to make VLANS in one broadcast domain communicate with VLANS in the other broadcast domain, what do I do? The vlans in their own broadcast domain can communicate together because of router-on-a-stick (VLAN10 to VLAN20). Here is what I have done: -VLANS are set and VLAN 99 is management and trunk on both braodcasts -Router-on-a-stick is set up on both broadcasts -The routers have routes to each other set up -Clock rate is set on DCE end

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Hi all, I hope some one can help me here. This is the settings for my TPlink WR940N router which I am using as my primary router. I want to connect a TP Link WR740N and a Linksys WRT54GL as two bridges from the primary router. (I need 3 to cover the area inside my house, the walls are very thick.) I believe I have to change some of the ip setting of the router but where do I do that? I can access all the setting via the main setup page and change the value from 192.168.100.1 to 192.168.100.2 …

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Hi, I have a DELL desktop and laptop, both running XP Pro and am about to take delivery of another DELL desktop running Windows 7. I also have 2 printers, a small HP laserjet for B/W and an HP Photosmart Pro B9180 that I use for photography. Neither of the printers has a wireless capability. I'd like to network all of these so that I can print from anywhere and have access to any computer from other computer. My older desktop is hardwired to the internet and I am currently using a Linksys router to connect the laptop to the …

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Here’s my situation: I have a D-link DIR-615 router that I’ve had for a little less than a year. I unplugged it one night as a lightning storm rolled in, as I’ve done a dozen times before, and plugged it back in the next day to find it not working The pc activity light on the modem would flicker, but no internet. I started with firmware 3.10, then upgraded to 3.12 from d-link. I can get to the web interface, but no internet connection – this is all over a LAN connection. So I tried DD-WRT, again the same thing, …

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Hi, We currently have a Lynksys RV042 Router getting regular DSL and going to a switch for about 15 computers. I just setup a new router LINKSYS WRT54GL Bonding 3 dsl lines... tried it directly to one pc and works pretty good (10MB down/1.2MB up). We wont be using wireless. I want to put this newrouter into the old router (has all the settings etc.) to feed the internet to it. So it would be... 3 modems -> Linksys WRT54GL -> Linksys RV042 -> Switch -> All Computers. How would I go about doing this? Thanks!!

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[code] Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002] Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:\Users\Maulth>tracert 205.234.153.26 Tracing route to 26.153.234.205.hypernia.com [205.234.153.26] over a maximum of 30 hops: 1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms 192.168.2.1 2 7 ms 12 ms 8 ms 10.229.254.254 3 7 ms 12 ms 7 ms 222.5.124.24.cm.sunflower.com [24.124.5.222] 4 8 ms 7 ms 8 ms 242.3.124.24.cm.sunflower.com [24.124.3.242] 5 9 ms 9 ms 13 ms wsip-70-166-230-173.ks.ks.cox.net [70.166.230.17 3] 6 9 ms 9 ms 9 ms 70.183.66.245 7 9 ms 9 ms 13 ms 70.183.71.61 8 * * * Request timed out. 9 * * * Request timed out. …

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Lawrence 'Larry' Roberts is something of an Internet legend, and for good reason: he helped build it. Way back in 1967 Roberts not only drew up the plans for the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) which would eventually lead to the Internet, but he also headed up the team that designed and built it. So when he announces that 'The Internet is Broken' and suggests that we need a radical new routing methodology to fix it, to get around the growing problem of Internet congestion, the network engineering world tends to sit up and listen. In a hugely technical …

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Yesterday, NetGear released the long-awaited open source wireless router WGR614L--a high-performance, full-featured, wireless router with 4-port switch running, you guessed it, Linux. The router currently supports the free open source Linux-based [URL="http://www.polarcloud.com/tomato"]Tomato[/URL] and [URL="http://www.dd-wrt.com/dd-wrtv3/index.php"]DD-WRT[/URL] firmware and will soon support [URL="http://www.openwrt.org"]OpenWRT[/URL]. From a hardware perspective, the WGR614L sports a 240 MHz MIPS32® CPU core with 16 KB of instruction cache, 16 KB of data cache, 1 KB of pre-fetch cache, and incorporates 4 MB of flash memory and 16 MB of RAM. In addition to an external 2 dBi antenna, the WGR614L integrates a second internal diversity antenna to provide enhanced …

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Kind of a quiet day in the technology stocks world, which might be considered good news considering the drubbing the sector has taken this week. Sun Microsystems was in the news, signing off on a Solaris 10 distribution agreement with Dell to make the Solaris Operating System and Solaris support services available directly to customers for most, but not all, Dell PowerEdge servers. The multi-year distribution agreement was announced live from Oracle OpenWorld, where Sun President and CEO, Jonathan Schwartz and Dell Chairman and CEO, Michael Dell, are keynote speakers. That should lead to a bum up in Sun’s and …

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Is it just me, or is there a rather severe dearth of knowledgeable help at technology stores? I don't think I've ever seen a larger number of know-nothing, computer tech wannabes working at stores where technology products are sold. And God forbid you should go to an office supply store to buy anything computer related; in addition to substandard help, you'll almost always pay too much (I think these office supply stores assume that, if you're enough of a novice to be shopping for computer stuff at a store that specializes in selling pencils, manilla folders and paper clips, you …

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[url=http://www.inetinteractive.com]iNet Interactive[/url], a company that holds the titles on some of the largest web development and discussion communities on the net, was acquired this week by a group of investors, a company press release reports. Stoddard Hill Capital bought iNet from Aberration! Ventures, and terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Also included in the announcement was the appointment of a new President & CEO to lead iNet Interactive. Succeeding Ryan Elledge, Troy Augustine will lead the company. He holds a engineering degree from the University of Kansas and an MBA from Stanford. Elledge will return to work at Aberration! …

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The End.