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Okay, I did a bit of research, and I know what's wrong here. Apple does not allow 40 Mhz or "bonded channel" mode in 2.4 Ghz mode in their devices. So even if one's router is capable of 40 Mhz mode in 2.4 Ghz, an Apple device will only use half of that (they do support 40 Mhz in 5 Ghz mode though). What this means is that whatever bandwidth your router is ...


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Try changing the bandwidth of your signal from 20 to 40mhz. You can tell us the models of your phone and laptop if you can't find out if they support 802.11n, but why wouldn't they? My luggable laptop is getting to be a legacy item, yet it has n.


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Not sure if the question is still relevant, but still wanted to share the result of my investigation.. I just switched from a Cable ISP to Bell Fibe, for both TV and Internet. Bell still don't have Fibre to home in my area, so is is still somewhat a DSL type connection. Bell provided a HUB2000 integrated modem/router. the device is very user friendly, but ...


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I just tried using s3tools (s3cmd-1.5.0-rc1). Got this hint from their FAQ http://s3tools.org/kb/item13.htm. See below. Does s3cmd support multipart uploads? Yes, the latest version of s3cmd supports Amazon S3 multipart uploads. Multipart uploads are automatically used when a file to upload is larger than 15MB. In that case the file is ...


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In order to always use the internet connection of the host, no matter which it is connected to (Tethering, Wifi, Ethernet) you can just set the network connection of the guest to NAT. It's also described within the official documentation.


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Please try the blow steps and check the results, Navigate to Device Manager - Network Adaptors - right click your network adapter - Click Properties and then, under Device status, check to see that the device is working properly. On your network Adapter - Disable it and enable it again Power off the modem and power it on after few minutes. ...


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It happens like that sometimes. It was not disconnected properly. So Right click the BSNL Adapater & click disable Now the adapter will be disabled Then Again Right Clik on the Adapter & click enable It will enable the BSNL adapter


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I assume that by "kills the internet connection" you actually mean still works but unbearably slow (correct me if I'm wrong). What you're experiencing is not unusual on connections where upload bandwidth is restricted (ADSL/VDSL connections immediately come to mind). It's also not unusual for some ISPs to provide rubbish upload bandwidth but excellent ...


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This is mostly happens on the machines which are set to use a static/fixed IP. Please try the below steps" Open CMD prompt using "Run as Administrator" option Type the command netsh winsock reset catalog and press ENTER Then type netsh int ip reset reset.log and press ENTER Now restart your system Once the machine is up then try the ...


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We tried speed testing VPNs, which turned out more difficult than expected because speed testing sites are unfortunately unreliable. We sat down with IPVanish's tech support to figure out how to best do this and the most reliable way we came up with was (remotely) downloading a large file and then calculating the actual download speed.


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route delete -p 0.0.0.0 {shutdown} route add -p 0.0.0.0 MASK 0.0.0.0 <gataway ISP1> METRIC <METRIC 1> IF <interface number ISP1> route add -p 0.0.0.0 MASK 0.0.0.0 <gataway ISP2> METRIC <METRIC 2> IF <interface number ISP2>


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You can also, disable the internet connection just by releasing the assigned IP address. From the elevated command prompt (Run as administrator), type: ipconfig/release When you want to enable the internet connection then: ipconfig/renew Hope this helps


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Try netsh: netsh interface set interface "Local Area Connection " ENABLE netsh interface set interface "Local Area Connection " DISABLE



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