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You're using those commands incorrectly. Ensure you're typing and spacing things properly, ie: net view/all should be net view /all. getmac /s list is requesting the MAC addresses from a server named "list", which I'm pretty sure is not your intention. For the local computer use just getmac. Using /? after your command will show you proper usage. i.e.: ...
As posted in the comments, the computer was giving a Default Gateway conflict warning. This is where the computer is looking to get out to the internet. The Hamachi network is conflicting with the internal network. Disable this network then set the static IP.
According to this explanation: https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/generic.failsafe You really should not be able to save any configuration in FailSafe mode since "...failsafe mode bypasses all configuration located on the JFFS2 partition (the writable 'overlay' filesystem), and instead uses a basic set of hard coded defaults located on the SquashFS partition ...
Well, from the screenshot it is not visible, however: make sure that your tomato will act as a DHCP server. The DHCP server will hand out the DNS servers together with the "usual" stuff like IP addresses and subnet masks. Go to "Advanced configuration". Check "use internal DNS". Run ipconfig /renew on the Win10 box to check.
Login to your router in a browser, find your friends machine, and block their MAC address through a MAC filter.
Two ideas come to mind: changing the type of network Windows thinks it is on, and setting one of your Windows machines as a gateway to the rest of your network through connection sharing (only possible if it in fact has more than one internet connection, or if you set it as a proxy through which all other machines must pass on their way out of the LAN). If ...
Yes and no - most routers will let you do this, however it does not help you (if you are talking about regular IPV4 addresses) unless your ISP routes those IP addresses to you (ie you can't just pick whatever addresses you want or just take them from the ISP)- typically they will either refuse or will want a lot of money to do that. You might want to ask ...
Hardware-related: Did you recently install any new power source or other devices ? It may be interfering with the power line adapters. If you did, just remove that and the adapters will work fine. Rest the power line. If you have doubds about new power devices installed, remove everything except the minimum necessary for you to re-test the issue; better ...
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