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Router to handle 300 connections and run a web server [closed]

Is there a router that can handle 300 concurrent connections and run a lightweight web server? It seems most home routers wouldn't be able to handle that kind of load. It would be nice to be able to ...
0
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1answer
104 views

Use router as external high powered Wi-Fi adapter

I need a powerful external Wi-Fi adapter for a couple of days. I heard that some types of router support this mode, allowing me to connect the router to my notebook and just use it as an external ...
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1answer
176 views

How do I choose which router to connect to with the same SSID?

In my area, there is a big network of around 50 routers with same SSID. My devices automatically connect to the closest and strongest network. How can I connect to one of those manually which are in ...
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1answer
239 views

localhost not accessible from a device that is connected to the same network over wifi

Strictly a no-vice question. Consider my computer (holding apache webserver) as Comp-A, Comp-A is connected to the router (at 192.168.1.1) through a switch and has ip-address of 192.168.1.41. All ...
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2answers
473 views

Can TP-Link router make phone calls?

I have a TP-Link router TL-WR340G (54Mbps Wireless Router) with DSL service provided by a local company which serves it over the landline phone. My landline cord is plugged into an ethernet router ...
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1answer
353 views

airmon-ng can't find any interface

I'm new to backtrack 5 r3-linux and I installed it on vmware . but after using airmon-ng no result's comes out ! it can not find interface , chipset , or driver . my usb wireless is D-link DWA-123 ...
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1answer
314 views

Wifi Wireless Driver Doesn't exits

Hi Recently i've installed Openwrt in my router tp-link tl-mr3220 it is supported in openwrt website : http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/tp-link/tl-mr3420 Also i've read ...
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0answers
275 views

Unable to ping machines in same network using Wifi

I am connected to WiFi router , and I am running Linux machine. There are few more machines connected to the same WiFi router, some are Windows and some Linux. I am trying to learn the basics of ...
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2answers
1k views

wpa_supplicant : Blacklist wireless networks by BSSID

I am currently using wpa_supplicant to connect to my wireless network. The wireless network is extended with at least 30 different access points having the same SSID, and it takes a lot of time to ...
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1answer
324 views

Assign IP address in two networks and a wireless router

I have one Linux desktop with two NICs, a wireless router, and internet access. The Linux box's eth0 is set to connect to the internet. Its IP address is assigned by the ISP, via DHCP. Eth1 is ...
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0answers
760 views

Build a Linux Firewall/Router/NAS/WAP [closed]

I want to build a linux based Firewall/Router/WAP from a PC that I have. Here is what I want. Act as a firewall where I can deny all incoming traffic except what I want Allow me to run servers with ...
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1answer
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how do I turn a computer into a real safe router?

I have an old hp that i installed ubuntu on and I was wondering how I can turn it into a real router. By real router I don't just mean broadcast the internet but use security software, configurations, ...
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1answer
357 views

Ubuntu & wireless network - does not connect

Tried the live boot of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS on my work PC today (it has Windows Vista on it and it is literally DEAD slow). There's a wireless network in the office and the PC has a wireless network card ...
2
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1answer
472 views

Save iptables when iptables-save doesn't exist?

I'm working on a Soekris net4801 that is running an unknown distro of Linux. The kernel is 2.4.29, and iptables is v1.3.4. I can't work out how to save the iptables. I searched the whole system for ...
2
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4answers
3k views

How to find out what computers are connected to an access point/router using Linux terminal?

I would like to determine what computers are currently connected to my access point/router via the command line in Linux. How can I do this?
2
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2answers
331 views

Linux - Create home router secured with WPA2

I am planning to create a home router using my Linux laptop. Is it possible to secure the wireless router with WPA2, and how would I set that up?
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2answers
2k views

Hack a consumer router or DIY/Custom Kit for a kick ass router

So I am currently running a old school hacked Linksys WRT54G and have played around with some of the hacks and currently running Tomato on it and I am pretty happy (tho the lack of OpenVPN Server ...