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Try deleting temp, log, prefetch, recent folders from the system. This had help me as well. Other way is to go by using PCL 5 driver on printserver. has less options (i.e. no 1200 dpi fast-res), but works. Print jobs take 8 to 10 seconds from clients.
You do not need to share your internet connection for the goal you are trying to accomplish. Do the following (for now for testing): Connect all machines to the existing wireless network. Do not configure internet sharing Set the wireless adapters to use DHCP (like your primary computer is using to get on the network/access the internet) On your first ...
Why are you trying to share the internet connection via one system when you can directly connect those devices to your router? I think you should set your router to dynamic IP that way, any device trying to get access to the internet, will be allocated an IP by the router and everything should work fine... And the homegroup has got nothing to do with sharing ...
No. While the anti-virus software on one computer might alert you to suspicious traffic coming from another machine, one machine will do nothing to scan the hard drives on the other machines on the network. If the infections on the other computers don't cause any suspicious traffic, you will see no alerts from that one machine with the antivirus software.
(Corrections would be appreciated) 1. Is my assumption above correct ? – 1. The 1st hop IP address 192.168.1.1 is assigned to an "internal" interface in the router on the diagram. Yes. Most likely it's assigned to a virtual "bridge" interface, which joins together the "ethernet" and "wlan" interfaces. (It could be multiple ethernet interfaces ...
The SoC device used on the Pi does not have builtin support for ethernet so the ethernet functionality on the Pi is provided by a USB-ethernet chip, sharing the same USB bus as any other USB peripheral you might have connected to it (including any USB flash drives). This is probably the main reason why you see abysmal performance. Solution? Sadly there is ...
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