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You mentioned using ping, and you're absolutely right, only you don't need to stare at your screen and wait for connectivity issues. Send the output of ping to a file, and Ctrl+C to stop pinging when you feel enough time has passed. ping 8.8.8.8 > log.txt 8.8.8.8 is Google's public DNS. The ping command will write to log.txt in whatever your current ...


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Long answer: If by "access the Internet through my router at home" you mean, "When I am travelling and I access the Internet somewhere that blocks some content, can I bypass the content blocking by connecting to my home router and then using my (unblocked) home Internet connection to access that content", the answer is: It's possible by tricky. The easiest ...



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