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Strange Item on DHCP Client Table

I was recently having internet connection issues and looked on my router's DHCP Client Table. An item that stuck out was the name of my neighbor's WiFi Network. The table listed "Neighbor's WiFi ...
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Netgear DHCP server doesn't provide the inputted dns servers to the connecting computer

I have NETGEAR JWNR2010v3 Router and I have configured it to static IP provided by the ISP. I have configured the preferred and alternate DNS servers provided by the ISP into the router. When I ...
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Static IP hosts on WiFi router with DHCP

I have two wired hosts (a desktop and a laptop) connected to a router that also has a DHCP server enabled for WiFi access. When I restart my wired machines, they get assigned a secondary IP address by ...
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How to make laptop (mac) to function as a router (with DHCP off)?

My ISP allows connecting only two devices. The MAC addresses of both my devices (MacBook Pro laptop and iPad) are registered with them. The problem is that I do not have a router, and the internet I ...
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Dnsmasq running on raspberry pi will serve non-local DNS to ethernet but not wireless hosts

I have a Linksys WRV200 wireless router. I have just added a raspberry pi, connected via ethernet, working as a DCHP server and caching DNS server. Dnsmasq also serves local domain names. Dnsmasq ...
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Why will my wireless router allow wired clients to get an address outside the router, but not wireless ones?

I have a "main" router that connects to the internet, and then a wireless router that connects to that. The main router's DHCP is disabled, and a computer hooked to that has a DHCP server running ...
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128 views

Bridge two router

I have two router, i want to extend my wifi i have an tp-link AC1750 Router who are directly connected to my cable modem (192.168.11.1) it's ssid is: main_router, dhcp is enabled i have an tp-link ...
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IP Conflicts via DHCP on Home Network & Multiple Router Setup

I currently have a Netgear ADSL modem/router connected to the telephone master socket, which has DHCP enabled. I then have a wired connection to an Apple Time Capsule in Bridge Mode, which is a ...
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Onkyo UWF-1 networking issue

I recently bought an Onkyo TX-8050 network stereo receiver http://www.onkyo.ca/Products/model.php?m=TX-8050&class=Receiver and a UWF-1 wireless dongle ...
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81 views

how to know what computers are connected to an AP?

The access point doesn't have DHCP enabled, so I can't look the DHCP table. Is there a way to ping an IP and know what AP is using? Edit: I know what IPs are on the network using nmap, but when I ...
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Wireless access point won't allow more than 1 connection

We have a Netgear WGT624 set up as an access point to provide wireless access on our wired network. The wired network has one PC acting as a DHCP server and internet gateway - the WGT624 is set up ...
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How can I fix this conflict between my wired and wireless network connections?

I have two working network connections: One connection is for a wired ethernet card adapter and the other is for a wireless usb adapter. Both connections work fine when used separately, but when ...
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808 views

Two access points with same SSID, loosing connectivity on mobile devices

I have two access points, with the same SSID, same security mode (WPA/WPA2), operating at different channels (1 and 6). I have set the first of them (192.168.1.1) to operate as a DHCP server, while ...
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177 views

How to setup DHCP only on the wireless side of a router or AP?

We are currently running a simple network with unmanaged switches. We already have a Internet feed with router and DHCP. Im looking to add in another separate internet feed, with a 2nd router (NO ...
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Running two wireless networks, with two different DHCP ranges (Virgin Media superhub woes)

I'm trying to create two wireless networks in my house, that would provide the client devices different ip address ranges and DNS settings, depending on which network they connect to. My current ...
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My first home network setup with a wireless router and switch

I just got a Linksys SRW224G4 switch (24 10/100, 4 10/100/1000) I already have a Linksys WRT54GS router. (I know it's old, but it works) My problem is that well, I have no idea what I'm doing. I ...
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Routers and “Manual IP”

If you connect to a router (wireless using encryption -- probably WPA2 in this case), but decided to set your IP yourself not using DHCP, will is still be able to access the network? EDIT : Does ...
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ad blocking host file, shared to all computers on local network

I currently update my local hosts file with advertising server domain names and direct them to nowhere. Well, almost nowhere. I point them to 127.0.0.1 and I don't have a web service running so it is ...
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192 views

How to make a Linksys to make use of another DHCP to generate IPs

We have a network setup here with Windows Server 2003 machine as our AD, DHCP and domain server. Now I want to connect a Linksys to this network to enable wireless. But I dont want Linksys to act as ...
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Netgear router/powerline adapter assigning wrong IP address via DHCP

I've got a problem with my router and powerline adapter, for some reason my router and powerline adapter assign odd IP addresses to me network devices, but not all of them and not all the time:/ You ...
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Could not find DHCP daemon to get information on Belkin G Wifi Router

I am using a Belkin G Wireless Router F5D7234, and i have a DSL connection with only a ethernet cable. So i connected the cable to the Modem port and allowed it to use Dyanmic IP, it worked ...