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Yes. If the consumer grade router has several ports it means a switch is build into it. The first port (sometimes called WAN port) is usually used for the external network (internet), but the rest can be used for your internal network just as a switch. If you need more ports (or your router only have 1 LAN port) you can attach a switch after it without any ...


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I recommend moving your internal network to the third level (ie. device1.lan.domain.org) to avoid conflicts. That being said, what you want is essentially subdomain delegation. IIRC it should be as easy as adding these entries: www IN NS ns1.example.com. www IN NS ns2.example.com. Because this won’t work without ...


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Reserve the LAN address for my mac to 10.0.0.11. So you did something like this: It is not really relevant to your issue though. Anyway, you can certainly ping this address from your PC: (I actually wonder if an OS would even route it to your router when it can easily recognize this is its own address) However, with your Windows Firewall on, you won't ...


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You gave an effort to solve this, but you did not check everything/you have not tried every combination. I would debug your config in following order (I've used at least 10 Fritzboxes and they are quite nice product, hardware issue is not very likely but you will not know for sure until you find the cause of problem): You wrote that you tried/checked ...



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