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I suppose you mean Cat5.. the cable. Rather than the ethernet protocol. If you wanted ethernet the protocol then maybe you'd want some kind of ethernet over IP with KVM Extenders. I haven't really tried that.. So, ethernet aside. Yeah.. Any KVM Extender. Or if you google for VGA over Cat5 then you'll see that specifically for VGA. e.g. I see a company ...


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So, are any ideas how to force Windows 7 computer to share Internet both wirelessly and via wire? I would not suggest you using Windows 7 as a software router. The ICS is a limited NAT component. Windows 7 doesn't support acting as a software router by default. You need some routing software to achieve your goal. Besides, any Linux distribution can easily ...


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Searching for the same issue, I came across the fact that this is indeed most likely an issue with ethernet-over-power. The ethernet-over-power pollutes your main current (as it modulates it) with small changes in order to transmit data. These small changes are then propagated into your audio equipment, which interpret them as sound that should be ...


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When pinging in Windows, General Failure usually indicates that the NIC hardware link is down altogether. I would check the cabling between the computer and the router. A pinched wire, broken clip, bent pins, or a loose connector could cause this. Try using a different port on the router if one is available. If it behaves the same, you're going to need ...


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This is the conclusion of the post above: If you have the same issue, then follow these steps : Make sure your network adapter supports an 1 Gbps connection or higher. (e.g Gigabit Ethernet Controller 10/100/1000) Make sure your router has Gigabit LAN ports (GE). Make sure your ethernet cable is CAT5e, CAT6 or higher. On Windows Side: Make sure ...


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If you don't get anything back, and you've already tried resetting the router, then try booting a linux liveCD on the PC and accessing your router via browser on the linux environment over ethernet. If that works then we can assume the issues lies with your network configuration on the Windows 10 machine - something like a proxy setting, protocol setting, or ...


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Double check the IP address of the router (type Cmd from the start button and then type IPCONFIG) It should be under "Ethernet Adapter Local Area Connection" (wired Connection) The default Gateway should read 192.168.1.1 - The same as your "Wireless LAN Adapter Wireless Connection" setting. That is the address of the router. If your wired connection reads ...


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I have extrected the drivers form the 263MB "Boot Camp Support Software": http://kom.aau.dk/~pmr/www/stuff/AsixSetup64.zip


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I am not sure if this gonna be helpful ! As far as I am concerned, you should first consider the driver issue cause an old versioned NIC may have impact on this, if it is the problem maybe you should upgrade it. Note that you say that the cable is not an issue, you'd better use a cable tester app in the BIOS, if it comes back with errors on the cable, your ...


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Yes and no. While there are potential issues for traffic interference between the pairs, if you're not having any issues then it's not really an issue. If you were in a large building with massive amounts of cables and needed the most speed from each cable, then yes it would probably be an issue. LAN cables are meant to be "straight through" meaning ...


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It's wrong. It'll have signal integrity problems unless pins 4&5 are a twisted pair, and pins 3&6 are a twisted pair.


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After reading 3, this shouldn't be an issue. Shouldn't matter for the rest of your network. You may need to have the WAN use DHCP depending on how your modem receives its IP address from your ISP. If your modem simply acts as a bridge, then your router will need to have your public IP address. Shouldn't matter if it's an actual WiFi router or just an AP. ...


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If your router offers a DHCP lease report, there's a chance you can guess the MAC address of connected router or network adapter of the person. It shows the mapping of Device name (Which is his computer name), assigned address, and MAC address. Here is also where you can disable DHCP on a specific port.


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It would appear that you're not the only one to have this issue as you can see here, (I know that page is for routers). It's possible that the firmware you're using is causing issues, which could explain why the other modems that were sent to you also have the same problems, they're all on the latest/same firmware. You'll probably have to contact your ISP ...


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Your post title asks how to delete, but your questions asks what are they/what is the difference AND How to delete? SO typically limits to ONE question per post as the answer can vary greatly if you ask multiple questions. To Delete --> you should be able to right click on it, and choose delete from the list. What are they --> The Realtek PCIe FE Family ...


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I don't have enough rep to comment, or would have. A lot of the discussion is beyond my knowledge level, so this is a very basic suggestion. At the router/switch, reverse the cable connections corresponding to the good and bad PCs. That tests the cables in combination with the ports on the router in a way I don't think the other answers did.


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What you suggested will not work. What people usually do is use a Ethernet to USB printer server such as this example: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833139009


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That will not work. USB and Ethernet are not the same and you cannot convert one to the other directly. You will need a USB to Ethernet converter, like this.


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No... These USB-Ethernet connectors require an Operating System that handles the network connection on the device in which you plug the USB side. That is the printer in your case, which doesn't have an operating system capable of handling this.


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Similar question here. Maybe you can get some ideas for this discussion. Gigabit Ethernet switch from 1Gbps to 100Mbps back and forth


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The most obvious sounds to me being the network cable. Just because it worked BEFORE and doesn't now, does not rule out a coincidence of errors. turn off static IP, you'll want it dynamically assigned, even if only for getting it up and running unplug and reseat your network cable, even re-terminate if necessary. Change it out even. (are you getting ...


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a while ago i had similar issue with my motherboard network, fortunately i had dual network so i was able to switch between them it kept happening so after a while i did this: 1. shutdown computer 2. remove power cable 3. remove motherboard battery 4. wait 5 minutes 5. put everything back together 6. try again for me, doing this, worked maybe ...


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Try turning off the static ip if you are using one because it may be out of the ip range of your router. You could also connect to the router using another computer and connect to the routers gateway and find the up range. Edit: Also restart both the router and the pic after disabling the static ip.


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The IP address being assigned to that network interface is a automatic private internet address (apipa) which is used when configured for DHCP but cannot for one reason or another successfully communicate with the DHCP server. It is not a routable address, by design, which is why you can't connect to the internet on that PC. I'm not sure if you are trying ...


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Given that your pc gets a 169.254.x.x address means it cannot receive an IP from the DHCP server. This can have several meanings. The DHCP server is not working properly or it cannot hand out any leashes because the range is full. The PC does not make contact with this particular DHCP server. This is likely due to a cable problem. If another DHCP server ...


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1) For IMEI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Mobile_Station_Equipment_Identity 2) Some hardware can change IMEI, depends on your USB dongle. 3) How about connecting your computer to your mobile and use it as a modem?


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When connecting to a mobile network, two pieces of information are sent: SIM card information to identify the account IMEI of the device which is a sort of serial number I suppose they could easily figure out based on the IMEI what type of device is being used. They are actually not invading your privacy and simply following common standards. The ...


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Straight-through cables get their name from how they are made. Out of the 8 pins that exist on both ends of an Ethernet cable, each pin connects to the same pin on the opposite side, for local area network (LAN) use for which the RJ-45 connectors at each end have the same pinout (i.e., arrangement of conductors). Crossover cables are very similar to ...


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The answer is "simplicity". You absolutely can connect your Galileo to your laptop, but you have to set your laptop up in order to do so, your router on the other hand is already set up correctly. Essentially the Galileo is going to be expecting a DHCP server at the end of the ethernet cable, without this is will fall back to some link-local address in the ...


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I found the culprit. So what was happening is that Windows 10 would get up to 70Mbps without any problem... until I booted Linux. It seems like Windows didn't like the way Linux was leaving hardware state. That's why sometimes (after cold reboots) it worked properly. It seems like it's a known (although rather rare) issue with Realtek drivers.


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Realize that UTP Ethernet is full duplex bidirectional. That means that the packets going from the router to the modem are on a different pair of wires from the ones going from the modem to the router. Therefore, if you are planning to eavesdrop with a single NIC, you can only listen to one of the directions at a time. That's why the setup in the photo ...


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I tried several things, not sure which of these are really necessary and which not... So this answer is a solution if there is already a network connection and the E3131 is not used for acessing the network or internet. Static IP for E3131 (eth1 in my case): sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces My content is the following: # The loopback network ...


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Based on your Googling, I agree - the wiring it has is definitely not UTP so you'll probably not get a network going with it. You can probably feel the cable and tell if the wires are laying flat or if you can feel twists under the outer jacket. Any chance of rewiring the jack with proper Cat5/6?


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It sounds to me like the cable/router port might be suspect. The current drivers were able to hit 71MBps once, and while connected to your phone it was running 40MBps... so it seems to me that the drivers have the capability of hitting the speeds that meet your needs. Grab a laptop, connect the Ethernet cable to the port and see how the speeds go using ...


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Interesting experiment. I have not conducted this experiment myself. If I where to try it, I would look at this picture and come to the conclusion that A "straight" cable: Tap1, I would use RX(orange). Tap2, I would use TX(green). If it is a "crossover" cable: Have look at the diagram. Just as Jarmund points out, it is very likely you will get ...


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What you're doing here, in effect, is attaching another NIC in parallell. I have seen hardware marketed as "ethernet splitters" based on the same concept, and they work, to some degree. However, you should be aware that they greatly reduce the effectiveness of the cable, as the pairs are no longer properly twisted and are therefore more susceptible to ...


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If you want to set up a transparent proxy, you need a proxy server software that supports it. That’s because a “captured” connection is different from how the browser would normally talk to a (regular) proxy. First, you install your proxy, Squid in this case, and verify it works as a regular proxy. Then, you set it to accept captured connections: ...


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A modem is provided by the Internet Service Provider (ISP) and provides a network access to the internet. A router is the "traffic director" of a network. It takes information provided by the modem or ONT and routes it to the various devices that are connected, and creates internal IP address for the devices so they can be accessed. A switch is used to ...



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