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28 views

How to connect two different network segments using a switch and a router?

We have a existing network setup where we have two D-Link switches,connected to each other. IPs are manually assigned in the range of 192.168.0.x on PCs directly and unassigned ones get IP from the ...
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1answer
17 views

How can i make the data transfer between esi server and computer faster on LAN

My LAN speed is very less. Even downloading from Internet is fater "1.5MBPS" and from LAN its 300KBPS. MY setup is like this Netgear wireless Router --------DESKTOP Netgar ------wireless bridge ...
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29 views

Port forwarding on a slave router

I'm having a little struggle with the situation below. First I'll explain the basic setup which used to work: Wireless 4-port LAN router from the internet company Static IP for an IP Camera NAT port ...
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2answers
27 views

Dual wifi router setup

Can I use a gigabit ethernet switch plugged into my cable modem and then plug two different wifi routers into the switch. I want to use my new high speed router to always go through my VPN and my old ...
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1answer
21 views

Checking RAM on a Cisco device

When you do the "show version" command on a Cisco networking device you get some basic software and hardware information, including the amount of RAM which is shown like this: ...
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23 views

Trying to connect two computers to a switch, but I get “cable unplugged” in the second one

I have a modem-router, and I connected a switch to it. Then I connected a machine running Fedora 20 to the switch, and it said "cable unplugged". Restarting various services didn't help. Then I ...
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28 views

Why do hubs and switches receive on pins 1 and 2 and transmit data through pins 3 and 6 of their cable?

Is there any reason they couldn't have been made to use the same pins as NICs and routers for transmitting and receiving? I had trouble finding any information about this through Google, so I hope you ...
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1answer
31 views

Would switching to this network setup help balance the load on my main router?

I currently am set up like this: My routers my second and third router are connected to the main via Static IPs outside the main router's DHCP range. Routers 2 and 3 have DHCP disabled (so the main ...
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74 views

How to communicate with devices that have the same IP address

I have a situation where I need to communicate via telnet to multiple devices that have the same IP address. The context is that I am writing a "final test" of devices in a manufacturing facility. ...
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1answer
31 views

Force client to use specific Lan port to connect to server

Newbie question: I have a NAS box connected to my gigabit ethernet Switch, the same NAS box is also connected to a 100mbps router switch to connect to the internet. The client users are wirelessly ...
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2answers
59 views

Turning an old router in to a swich

I'm playing with the idea of turning an old router which lying around in to a switch and attaching this to my current router. It's not so much because I need the extra ports, mainly because I am quite ...
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3answers
102 views

Sharing internet from a Router to Switch

We have a TP-Link (TD-W8951ND) Modem Router : Internet Connection from BSNL, India. D-Link DES-1024D 24-Port Switch : 16 Computers connected and we have a local site running which will be accessed ...
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1answer
24 views

DHCP Request on non-primary VLAN forwarded through trunk port getting wrong vlan IP

I have two switches, one Netgear GS724T and one Cisco Catalyst 3560. They are both configured with VLAN 10 and VLAN 12 and the Cisco has a DHCP server running for each vlan in the ..12.x and ..10.x ...
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1answer
73 views

How to send the IP of a router from another via dyndns?

I have a main ZyXEL router with integrated modem so it is connected to the ISP directly via ADSL. I have a DVR in LAN1 and I want to access it remotely via Internet. I configured everything, set the ...
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56 views

Connect a router to a switch to use wifi

My laptop is connected to a switch (more then 24 pc) with a wire. I would like to be able to use my laptop everywhere. I bought a wireless router (d-link) and connected the wire to the wan port, but ...
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2answers
94 views

What are OSI model layers! Are they tangible?

I know about all layers and their functions. BUT, how to interfere with/use them? I read that each layer adds its own data, are there 7 layers built into my router/switch ?
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86 views

What do I need to set up a basic “prosumer” or low-end enterprise level network?

I've gone through too many consumer routers (most recently it seems that a capacitor failed on my Netgear WNDR3700) and a friend suggested I look into Ubiquiti. I'm currently in a three floor ...
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1answer
276 views

ASUS RT-N10 router and a 8 port wireless switch to make a network of 10 PCs

I need to set up a 10 PC network for playing games and sharing files. We all use windows 7. I've heard that if I connect a switch to a port on the router and others to the computers then the ...
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1answer
270 views

Network switch losing TCP packets between devices and a PC

I have a custom AVR microcontroller board that has a TCP/IP module (chip) for communication with PCs. My PC has a 4-port Gigabit Ethernet card. Each port is connected to an Ethernet switch HP ...
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1answer
191 views

Installing home wired network with multiple switches

I'm about to lay Gigabit network cabling in my new house. I want a wired network in almost every room of the house and some with several cables (i.e. living room with LAN for xbox/ps, video LAN cable ...
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2answers
189 views

Gigabit Ethernet switch under Megabit router

Suppose I am very poor, which I am, I can only afford a 10/100 router and a gigabit switch. If I am to connect everything under my router which runs at 10/100M, everything will of course runs at ...
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116 views

random internet requests failing; advise on pinpointing exact cause requested

I've got this weird problem with our internet connection. At random times requests just fail. Usually with an error message that looks like "no response". Repeated attempts usually result in a correct ...
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1answer
938 views

Connecting WNDR3700 Netgear router as a switch [duplicate]

I recently moved over to Verizon FIOS and I must use their router. So I want to try to use my old Netgear router as a switch (no wireless) for additional ports. I connected the main router into a LAN ...
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1answer
93 views

How to extend the number of ports on a Switch?

Consider that I need to connect 15 computers on different collision domains. I understand that each port on a switch has a separate collision domain. So, all I need to do is to connect 15 computers to ...
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1answer
64 views

Wireless Router: layer 3 or layer 2 switching?

I have a wireless router installed at my home (provided by ISP). Scenario: Router IP: 192.168.1.1 My Machine IP (X): 192.168.1.2 IP of machine Y: 192.168.1.3 Now when I ping Y from my ...
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2answers
151 views

When does a router know to send a packet to the internet and not over LAN

Assuming a router has a built in switch which passes data packets to machines on the LAN based on the MAC address of all locally connected devices I want to know when and how (readying the packet for ...
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113 views

10/100 switch and router slow down machine having gigabit NIC card

I am having an issue with my uploading file from my lan system, I have rv110w wireless vpn router to which WAN is connected with 10-20Mbps broadband speed. Through Router the connection goes to ...
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125 views

Weird packet dropping between two routers

My ISP provided me a hybrid DSL modem/router with a phone jack and 4 LAN ports. The DSL modem/router supports PPPoE passthrough, but it does not do PPPoE dialing. I also have a more powerful DD-WRT ...
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0answers
106 views

Can't connect to device behind switch

probably it's a very simple question, but I'm not a network expert. At home I have a modem router with WIFI + LAN (D-LINK DSL-2680), in another room I plugged a switch (Netgear GS208) and then ...
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2answers
286 views

Throughput from devices on gigabit switch to gigabit router

I think this is a pretty simple question, but I wanted to either validate my thinking, or for someone to tell me I'm wrong. My router at home has 4 gigabit ports. So, obviously, each (supported) ...
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2answers
123 views

Regarding Home Network and Structured Panel

I have a question that maybe pretty simple for those who are little more adept at this. Recently, I've been wanting to get the Ethernet ports around my house (which was built last year) live. I have a ...
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1answer
571 views

Home Networking: Connecting a switch to a router

I have the following network setup: EE Fibre going to a BT Infinity modem. EE Brightbox router, WAN port connected to the EE Modem. Port 1 connected to a Netgear Gigabit Switch 8 Port Netgear GS308 ...
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Windows 8 on network and self-assigned IPs

Whenever I turn off my computer, my friend's computer (who is on the same network) loses Internet access and grabs a self-assigned IP, and the router stops reporting any computers connected to the ...
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1k views

Do you really need a gigabit router for a local network?

All of my computers at home are gigabit compatible and I'm planning to upgrade my old switch to a gigabit switch . The question is do I also need to upgrade my old router ? I'm only running internet ...
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187 views

Switches, VLANs and Networks

This is what I am trying to do. I think the professor thinks we know more than we do The Directorate of Diplomatic Officers has recently agreed a new network infrastructure to connect its 3 ...
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591 views

Sharing a wan connection over 2 vlans

I'm just getting my head around VLANs and have been through the tutorials by danscourses on youtube which have been incredibly helpful. I recently picked up a netgear managed switch (FSM726-300) ...
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1answer
395 views

VLAN configuration for 2 gateways

I have a Cisco SG200-50 50 port switch and I want to configure it so there is one big LAN (all computers on the switch can see each other), but half the computers only see the first gateway, and half ...
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477 views

Daisy chain two switches and one router

I'm trying to set up my home network but I have some connectivity issues with my switches. Basically the scheme is R <-> S1 <-> S2. The problem is that the two switches don't appear to be ...
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2answers
773 views

Isolate two networks in one switch (Cisco SGE2000)

I have a small lab, which has 15 systems for development environment and 5 systems for Testing environment. I have only one Cisco SGE2000 (24-port) Ethernet switch. Currently all on 192.168.3.0/24 ...
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230 views

Gigabit router only using 100mbit

I have the following configuration: a 100mbit router connected to a gigabit router(TP-Link WR1043ND) in a LAN port (WAN ports are empty). DHCP is disabled on the gigabit router so it is just making a ...
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3answers
186 views

Router behind switch in my home office will not pull up a dynamic IP from my service provider

I have the following setup in my home office: Fiber-optic service from my service provider passes through the service provider's ONT in the basement and into my apartment via an Ethernet cable ...
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1answer
580 views

Why does traffic between two computers on a switch still travel through my router?

After reading Does All LAN Traffic Travel Through A Router as well as my previous experience, I'm surprised that traffic between two Mac computers on a Gigabit 5-port switch (Netgear Model GS105) was ...
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1answer
501 views

Plug Modem into switch, switch into Router

I want to setup a wired network where I have the modem plugged into a switch. Is it required that the router be the first connection to the Modem as long as all the network traffic is routed through ...
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1answer
188 views

Computer Assigning DHCP IP Addresses on Switch

I have four computers on my network, and an Xbox 360, all of which plug into my Comcast router in the following fashion: Comcast plugs into the router box. Port three of the router goes to a small ...
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2answers
343 views

Connection loss to random websites on LAN

I work in as an IT manager in an office where there are 10+ computers. What my question is that, a particular computer has a connection to some websites. The network setup is a LAN connected to a ...
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Can I split one ethernet line coming out of my wall into multiple separate lines?

Hi all and thanks in advance. I'll start with some background. I live in an apartment which provides internet service included in the rent. They use company called pavlov for the internet ...
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178 views

Networking a POE VOIP phone and a non-POE router with one Ethernet port [closed]

I'm wiring up an office with one available Ethernet wall jack. The jack currently services a VOIP phone that is powered over the Ethernet cord and has no normal plug. I need to set up a small network ...
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2answers
246 views

Capabilities of business and SOHO routers

I'm currently studying for the CCNA certifications (especially for Cisco routers and configuration). I know that business routers provide more features than SOHO routers, the processing speed and RAM ...
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469 views

Increase speeds with an unmanaged GBE switch?

I have a network with a dead slow 10/100 router. The router cannot be replaced, and I wish to speed up transfers between two, or possibly three computers on the network. If I plug an unmanaged ...
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1answer
940 views

Multiple Netgear GS608 V2 Problems

My network consists of: Netgear DG834N ADSL Modem (4 port) Connects to... Netgear GS608 V2 8 Port Switch This has 1 PC & a NAS drive connected to it. It then has a Cat6 cable connecting it ...