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At first, I thought that sblair is right and I have telephone extender instead of ethernet extender. But later it turned out I was actually wrong. The extender does not swap any pairs. Circuit board inside it "mirrors" pairs to maintain them in straight order, because the sockets are themselves mirrored. That brought me back to the question why the ethernet ...


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T-carrier lines consists of multiple pairs of wires. It likely does not have a coax port for cable, and it probably doesn't have a ethernet jack for the modem. Technically, you could reconfigure one of the internal ports into a WAN port. Being a business router, I would think it contains an internal configurable switch, but it's possible that it doesn't. ...


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From your photograph it looks like the green/green-white pair and the brown/brown-white pair of the Ethernet are not connected in to the patch panel. For 100 Base-T connections that is fine as it only needs 2 pairs to work. However 1000 Base-T requires all 4 pairs of wires. You will need to connect up the remaining 2 pairs, however you may want to look ...


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Your 192.168.1.* is a local IP address. You need to subscribe to a dynamic dns service to find your external ip address This allows you to ping something like kumar.dyndns.com and have it return your router's external address. You need to configure your router settings to forward activity on the ssh port to your computer within your home network. This is ...



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