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By definition on a layered model as OSI or TCP/IP each layer works independent and not-aware of the lower layers. When you remove the cable, it's a physical disruption (layer 1), so almost inmediately ethernet (layer 2) detects a loss of signal (if you're on Windows you will see the very dreaded pop-up informing network disconnected) IP (layer 3) and TCP ...


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I would try to either take a very small slotted screwdriver and try to poke it on the sides to help it get out or just try to pull it away as is. The second way is obviously the most risky and one I wouldn't suggest, but in the past it happened quite often to me (unintentionally, that is), nothing was stuck, but the plastic on those cables is pretty easy to ...


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Double NAT-ing is your problem. Your configuration should work, but it's not surprising that you're having issues. True routers would work in your setup just fine, but NAT gateway "routers" when stacked one behind the other can introduce a variety of unwanted behavior. It's reasonable to want an explanation for this, but in a case where the configuration ...


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This might be caused by a missing or wrong digital signature. Like Apple explains: If you run an unsigned app that is not listed in the firewall list, a dialog appears with options to Allow or Deny connections for the app. If you choose Allow, OS X signs the application and automatically adds it to the firewall list. [...] Some apps check their ...


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Sounds like either some other device is also delivering DHCP or your routers DHCP is wrongly configured. So firstly, make sure nothing else on your network can deliver DHCP (Wi-Fi access points and servers mainly). Can you share the output of ipconfig for the relevant interface? You should have an address in the same network as your router so if your ...


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Create a batch file with the following contents, named something like restore_console.bat: @echo off set LOG_FILENAME=%TEMP%\restore_console_log.txt echo Script executed at %TIME% > %LOG_FILENAME% echo qwinsta: >> %LOG_FILENAME% qwinsta >> %LOG_FILENAME% echo Checking for pending connection... >> %LOG_FILENAME% for /f %%i in ('qwinsta ...


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You can get a dual WAN router like the edimax br-6624, setup 2 WAN connections and balance load between them. However, you will have to be very careful when configuring so you won't get login anomalies or other such things due to connection switching.



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