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Well, what your ISP is saying is "Don't share your internet connection, we want to sell you one each". 2 Media converters for fibre seems odd - the topology most fibre ISPs (in singapore) use is an ONT (which will take one fibre input, and will let you use one of its ports to connect to your gear) to a consumer router to everything else. Even if it was a ...


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Sometimes using proxy to connect to the internet may cause issues while connecting to the network. Follow the steps below to disable proxy: Open the New Modern Settings Select Network & Internet Go to Proxy Disable Use Proxy Server Now Open Windows Store it should work if it doesn't try to also Disable Automatically Detect Settings & Use Script ...


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Update your browser time to time. If you continue to use an old version of a browser, you'll eventually begin to notice that your Internet seems slower, since the old browser isn't equipped to handle new content. Solve the problem by updating to a current browser. If you are using internet browser then download the latest version. Start by deleting your ...


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While your router (TP-LINK Archer C7 AC1750) does not support QOS, it supports bandwidth control which allows you to specify per device limits that could allow you to limit your sister's connection speed.


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I am also unable to access that website from the UK so your equipment is probably fine. Out of curiosity, are you with Virgin Media? VM are currently experiencing issues routing to certain websites (e.g. imgur.com) so this could be related.


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I tried all the possible options to troubeshoot Sony Vaio issue, most of them listed here: http://www.pcworld.com/article/260524/how_to_fix_your_wi_fi_network_7_tips.html But nothing worked. However when I took my laptop to my work, the WiFI worked fine. So I figured it has to be some problem on my Internet Provider side even though all of my other devices ...


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The Windows networking icon will tell you there is an Internet connection if A) it detects an active link on the connection and B) if it's NCSI probing tests succeed (reference). One way that NCSI tests the Internet connection by making a DNS request to dns.msftncsi.com - and if it succeeds it will tell the rest of Windows that the system has Internet ...


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You want to create a bridge on the laptop. Basically, connection comes into the wifi and out the NIC on the laptop. Link below for instructions. https://wiki.debian.org/BridgeNetworkConnections#Bridging_with_a_wireless_NIC


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You can try changing the MTU. There is a tutorial on how to do this here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gLdZ_p0bQU The guy had the exact same problem. It might be that some parameters changed on the route between you and the ISP or maybe a storm or something affected some wires, cables, devices.


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You can try changing the dns from the router. Example: Google DNS service Use the IP addresses 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 as your DNS servers.



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