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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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You could set it up that way but the wireless would be listed as 2 separate routers. You could set the ip range for each router so that router one covers the first half of the ip range, and the second half of the ip range would be set on the second wireless router. If the user's laptop or other device is set to go for the strongest signal that would work. ...


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You could create a Simple Queue in the Queues section. Just set the website IP address as the Dst : and go to the Advanced tab to manage the threshold you want (Limit at).


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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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I have been crimping cables for well over 12 years, all kinds of cables (mostly cat5e) with standard connectors with the 568B configuration, pass trough and letting the switches take care of the cross over i have been using a tester all this years, but also take the precaution of testing the cables with a laptop or pc as well when possible Last night i ...


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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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Open the Network and Sharing Center. Click on Change Adapter Settings. Right click on whichever connection you are using and click Properties. Uncheck the box for AppEx Networks Accelerator. It is not even present in Windows 7/8 32 bit... It solved my problem.


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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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It depends on the speed of your network. A real world example: My Samsung SSD 830 (a popular consumer grade SSD) has a sequential read of 473.8 MB/s and a sequential write of 408.1 MB/s. An average of 441 MB/s. Various 7200rpm HDDs seem to get around 85 MB/s. My home network is getting about 5 MB/s (real world file transfer between two machines both wired ...


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These things completely wiped out my radio reception from about 3 to 20 MHz. This won't bother most people but as a ham operator it was completely unacceptable to me. And I don't understand how the FCC approved these things when they put out so much RFI.


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I'm not a tech whiz, but I am having issues with Ethernet or power also. In talking to an electrician, he stated that these units work best if they are both connected to the same 110v leg of the inbound power. electrical power coming in arrives with two 110v legs, and a ground. To get 220v, the two legs are then used are used with the ground. As the 60 ...



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