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Is there an USB-Hub that allows simultaneous sharing? [duplicate]

I have been looking for a device to connect printer, smartcard, etc. to two PCs at the same time. I've heard that there'd be a file corruption issue, but maybe they worked out a workaround. ...
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3answers
548 views

Identify the device if it is hub, switch, router or gateway

If you are given two hosts which are connected via a blackbox which you dont know. How can you recognize that blackbox as hub, switch, router or gateway without using any additional device or host? ...
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Remotely turn on a device that is powered off? [closed]

Verbatim from the interview between Brian Williams and Edward Snowden last night: Snowden: Any intelligence service in the world that has significant funding and a real technological research team ...
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Usbip doesn't see usb.ids

Having read this answer to this question, I downloaded and installed usb-ip on my Windows 7 64-bit. When I try to run it, I get the following message: usbip: failed to open usb.ids I do have the ...
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If I see a phone under Other Devices in Windows' Computers and Devices menu, is it connected to my network?

I see a phone that is definitely NOT mine under Computers and Devices, as I don't own an HTC One. Does this mean it is connected to my network, or that it has WiFi capability and my computer's network ...
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2answers
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How can I use a laptop as a gamepad?

I'd like to be able to use a laptop (or desktop) as a gamepad connected to another laptop. Is there any way this is possible? Google searches haven't come up with anything. In my situation, either a ...
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How to get windows 7 to remember connected devices on a network

Is it possible to get Windows 7 to remember devices (e.g. computers) that have connected to a wireless / wired network even when they are offline in a kind of "Offline" section? 3rd party program ...
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Accessing computers on second router from first router

For some reason, the IP addresses of devices connected to my second router are invisible to the system connected to the first router. For the second router however, I can view the systems connected ...
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1answer
106 views

Track down internet PCs communication using network media devices? [closed]

We have a little argue here about is there a way for internet providers to trace your traffic using the network media devices they are using. Some of the folks say that if you are using an other ...
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2answers
683 views

cabinet rack that holds computer, router, and wires

Is there such a cabinet that will allow me to place my router, computer, devices inside and have all all the power cables plugged inside into a power socket then have one master power cord that gets ...
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2answers
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How to get the speed of a network card on the command line?

I am trying to see what the speed of some network cards on a remote server. Our reporting software says they are 10Mbps, but I am sure that is wrong they should be 1Gbps. Our monitoring software uses ...
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Lost Router broadcasting a “Lost Network?”

So I'm working on a network at this house, and there's two wireless networks being broadcast, both by the last name of the owners implying it is in the house somewhere. The one router I'm staring at, ...
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Red Hat: how do you create a new network eth?

I have a machine that has eth0 and eth1, and now I want to create an eth2 and assign it some IP address. What's the command for doing this?