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CISCO SWITCH AND TELNET — 2 [on hold]

I need to configure my cisco881 as below after i write "ip address 192.165.1.1 255.255.0.0" the telnet session is disconnected i have ping to 192.165.1.1 but can't access via telnet what should i do ...
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Attemp to access WAMP server from other devices on network gives 403 forbidden

I set up a WAMP server on my main PC. I have files in the www directory, and can see the results via localhost. The problem is, I am not able to access the server via the server IP from even the ...
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Configuring and troubleshooting IPv6 routing on multi-interface Cisco router [closed]

I recently purchased a new Cisco router for my IPv6 network. I configured the correct IPv6 addresses on all the interfaces and enabled the interfaces on the network. I'm able to ping all of the ...
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VDSL2 Modem in bridged mode using IPV6 in LAN

I have a VDSL2 IPv6 modem, it is bridged by default so usually sharing files between computers in LAN has happened with the same speed as my connection, which is 100/30 mbits. So basically all the ...
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Resetting gone wrong

I have reset my linksys router, and now my internet is horribly slow. please check details from command prompt below and tell me what's wrong. Thanks. Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] ...
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Can't get an IPV6 ip address with any 802.11g adaptor

I've recently been going dual stack with IPV4 and IPV6 where possible since my isp supports ipv6rd, as does my router - an Asus RT-N56U on firmware 3.0.0.4.374_979 (which is the latest at the time I ...
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Can't access IPv6 on OS X 10.9 with IPv6 Pass-Throughout Router

Basic Information Router: Netgear R6300v2, connected to wired network(IPv6 supported) Client 1: MacBook Air 2013-mid(OS X 10.9), connected to router wirelessly Client 2: Synology NAS(DSM 4.3, linux ...
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I have IP conflicts and I can't host my server anymore [duplicate]

My father and I have the same IP address on my network. (I found this on cmyip.com) This makes it impossible for me to host servers (for instance minecraft or terraria) and I don't know the solution. ...
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No Internet Access for Metro Apps [duplicate]

I have a Laptop running Windows8 that is connected to the Internet via LAN. Because I do not have a WiFi router at the moment, I am sharing Internet over a hostednetwork (ICS enabled for the LAN ...
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Windows 7 64bit, great signal strength IPv4 & IPv6 can't connect

For some reason I can't connect to the internet with my wireless card (internal) on my PC, I am connected just fine on my laptop. It says my signal strength is good but both my IPv4 and IPv6 can't ...
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Dual Stack Routers for home use? [closed]

I'm in the market for a new network appliance router that either has the following features, or can be modded to have the following features: Dual Stack (ipv4, ipv6) On-Board Configurable DNS Server ...
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Can't get IPv6 address using radvd on wireless interface on windows, wired works fine

I set up my router to use OpenWRT and set it up to use IPv6 using a tunnel form SixXs. I'm having problems with stateless autoconfiguration using radvd. On my computer, wired connection can get its ...
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'Windows Update' (80072EFE error), encrypted.google.com & testmyipv6.com connection problem

[System information: Windows 7 Home Premium (32bit OS) Samsung R520 Intel Core 2 Duo T6500 2.10GHz 4GB Realtek RTL81E Wireless LAN 802.11n PCI-E NIC (Driver Version 2000.4.201.2010) Marvell Yukon ...
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Slow wlan0 compared to eth0?

Note: DNS: using OpenDNS Wireless NIC: Intel Corporation PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Kernel module: iwl3945 uname -r 2.6.28-11-generic Release: Distributor ID: LinuxMint Description: Linux ...
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Are there any wireless IPv6-ready home routers? [closed]

Checked the router we have at home (D-Link DIR-655) and doesn't seem like it supports IPv6. Got curious; Are there any? It would have to support bridging to IPv4 on the outside though, since the ISP ...