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Setup -> Lan Setup -> Network Address Server Settings (DHCP) -> Pre-assigned DHCP IP Addresses Here you can assign static (fixed) IP adresses to specified MAC addresses. You also need to enable the DHCP server to use static (fixed) fixed IP addresses. Source Cisco Model DPC 3825 and EPC 3825 8x4 DOCSIS 3.0 Wireless Residential Gateway User Guide, p32 ...


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What's happening here is that the VPN client is setting your default gateway to the VPN server. This means that all your LAN-destined network traffic is routed through the VPN, and the VPN server will dump the traffic since it is for a private, non-routable subnet (likely 192.168.x.x). All you need to do is update your routing tables to send LAN traffic to ...


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Shhhhh...don't tell the masses. My understanding is that this is simply a lie & I wish they couldn't do this. Per some enlightening amazon reviews maybe this is the speed between the two power-line adapter devices (the house/AC wiring), but indeed its crippled coming out of the actual physical interface port. Most people don't care too much since they ...


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It's not uncommon for networking devices to list the signaling speeds of their ports individually without regard for whether the bandwidth offered by the other ports (or the embedded CPU controlling it all) can successfully sustain data flows at the speeds afforded by the fastest port. It's more an indication that it can interoperate with other devices ...


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Do not use the WAN port, use one of the LAN ports on the secondary router B. Also, disable DHCP and point the DNS, router and gateway settings to router A's IP address if you can. Let me know what happens. I have an identical setup.


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This thread dates back to the early days of USB 3.0 usage, but I have kept a small list of USB 3.0 adapters I have come across for reference. Posting here just in case anyone is looking for such devices: Kanex USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter (USB3GBIT) Tek Republic USB 3.0 Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter (TUN-300) StarTech USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet ...



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