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Networking: Connecting Two Networks in Home (Floor # 1 & Floor 2)

I have a home networking question. I have two wireless routers having their own network. I want to connect these two networks so their clients can access each other. Following is the configuration. ...
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Connecting to ethernet device with fixed IP via Linksys router

I have this board with IP address 192.168.5.124 (can't be changed). I must connect to it via an ethernet cable and then use Modbus for communication. I am currently having problems seeing this device ...
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I just purchased a static IP from my ISP. The tech installed a cable modem and gave me some information: IP Address: 1.2.3.61 Gateway: 1.2.3.62 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.252 I could mindlessly ...
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I have installed some cameras in my private business and now I wanted to open the views from my computer. I got the Ip address and the username along with the password. However when I tried to open it ...
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How to change LAN address range with Motorola SBG900E?

I'm trying to get work VPN properly working from home (problem is, when it's enabled, I can access the private network but not public internet). A colleague suggested I should try changing my home LAN ...
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Permanent local IP on Windows and Ubuntu systems

I use an Ubuntu system and frequently connect to my parent's Windows system on the local network. But, using DHCP, the computers IP address are always different, making it a chore to find what IP ...
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Difference between intranet IP Address and internet IP Address

My computer has 2 IP Addresses, one is 192.168.1.100 and the other is 78.x.x.x. If connecting to a socket, what IP address would a program outside of my network use, and how would it differentiate ...
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How to improve my router settings and stop these access attempts to my network

I have a network at home. ISP modem connects to my router which connects to my computers and laptops. When I look into my router logs I see a load of blocked access attempts. I was wondering if I can ...