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I ran into this today and found a workaround. When a video does not a play click the 'next' button (between play and volume) and the next video works. Let it play for 3-4 seconds then go back in the browser then the previous video that was not working earlier will also start working. I'm not on a corporate network and this happened on my home PC.


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It could be a number of things. Many ISP's will have multiple connections, with different traffic going through different paths - in some cases, only traffic to certain destinations is handed off over some links - typically in peering arrangements. Most often the handling of these connections is managed using the dynamic routing protocol called BGP. As ...


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It's not uncommon for an ISP to have multiple upstream connections, and partition traffic over the different connections based on any number of factors, such as the destination, time of day etc. So it's possible that one of their links went down and they didn't fail the rest of the traffic over to another link (or can't). The ISP should have a status page ...


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The first thing that you'll want to do is to get some information on what is actually happening. The information you have given does not suggest a thorough investigation, nor does it suggest how you could confirm tht the problem actually is your ISP. The first thing that you'll want to do is a traceroute test to some of the sites that you cannot visit. You'...


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Another article (and another one) deal with connection sharing in general. The idea is: on the "host" computer (the one connected to the Internet), activate connection sharing on the network connection connected to the Internet pair to your other "client" computer via bluetooth on the "client" computer, activate the Bluetooth network connection On that ...


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I find pathping to be a very useful utility in these cases, at least if you're on windows. I'm currently on linux, so I unfortunately do not have the ability to verify the syntax, but if my memory serves me right, it's either similar or identical to that of ping. Basically, it works like ping, but instead of pinging just your target, it also pings every hop ...


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You could use smokeping: http://oss.oetiker.ch/smokeping/ It will draw graphs, were any fluctuation and drops in your connectivity will be visible.


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Not sure why this fixed it, but turning off "automatically detect settings" for LAN settings fixed it. Settings: Show advanced settings: Change proxy settings: LAN Settings: Uncheck automatically detect settings:


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Well, I have a very different answer to your question and by the way what you have got for the speed test is correct and true! In some ISPs, they are monitoring and auditing your packets and using sometimes something called content filtering which can filter, or block some prohibited websites in your country/isp. By using vpn connection you are bypassing ...


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I am not sure if this gonna be helpful ! As far as I am concerned, you should first consider the driver issue cause an old versioned NIC may have impact on this, if it is the problem maybe you should upgrade it. Note that you say that the cable is not an issue, you'd better use a cable tester app in the BIOS, if it comes back with errors on the cable, your ...


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Similar question here. Maybe you can get some ideas for this discussion. Gigabit Ethernet switch from 1Gbps to 100Mbps back and forth


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This question is really an old question, Hope you have already solved it, but I have some ideas to share with you. You are talking about 2 physically separate routers connecting to PoE switch. Yes, that is possible. You create 2 vlans on the switch. Lets say you create vlan 100 and 200, then add port,lets say 10 to vlan 100 and port 20 to vlan 200. Now you ...


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I figured it out. After the installation there were still about 200 important updates. Installing the updates fixed the issue and I am now able to connect to the internet.


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connect Raspberry PI to wifi with standard tools echo 1>net.ipv4.conf.all.forwarding = 1 Pick a private ip range like 192.168.0.1 set the lan IP address. configure the dhcp server. subnet 192.168.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 { option routers 192.168.0.1; option domain-name-servers 192.168.0.1; option broadcast-address 192.168.0.255; ...


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Reinitialise the network states Run the following commands in a cmd shell: Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults: netsh winsock reset catalog Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults: netsh int ip reset reset.log Reset Firewall to installation defaults: netsh advfirewall reset Flush DNS resolver cache : ipconfig /flushdns Renew ...



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