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Dispatch proxy may work here, and in fact this is one of the use cases suggested, and may do even more. You need two connections, and ideally if they're on seperate routers non overlapping ip address ranges. run dispatch proxy (or I guess any proxy), and bind it to one interface. Tell software to use that proxy Dispatch-proxy would also let you do ...
I am always amazed by people here who put weird answers, anyway Yes you can make that, but it's tricky here by using QOS So lets say you have 2 routers each one have different WAN IP and both of them gives your PC same StaticIP for both Ethernet/Wireless card easy for now :P the next step is using QOS service On the first router 0 upload X download the ...
This is not possible, unless you are running all connection with UDP (but not every application is supported), TCP handshake process is already included upload
This occured to me as well. For me it was a problem with ISP. I went to the router settings and just edited and saved everything as it is. That fixed it for me. Did you try it with another PC/OS or something?
Time and Date SSL Connection Errors Connection errors can occur when your time and date are not correctly set on the computer. This is due to the computer being unable to verify the identity of the website via its SSL Certificate as when the time and date do not match it assumes it is a forgery and closes the connection. How to change Time and Date ...
1. Flush the DNS Cache In some cases, flushing the DNS cache may help. You can flush the DNS by holding down the Windows key on your keyboard and pressing R to bring up the Run box. Then type ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter. You already mentioned that you've done this but I've added it anyway. Still no luck? Try. . . 2. Checking if Spyware Has ...
You need to talk to your IT department at work. They almost certainly have security controls on what devices can connect to their network. If someone connected a virus-infected device, it could easily infect their whole network. They need to guard against theft of the company's confidential information. They also need to protect themselves from someone ...
No. When I saw that options I got rather excited myself. Unfortunately, it just means: share a password-enabled network with other users. The Chromebook doesn't have the multiple chips to allow what we're looking for. Originally I thought it was to help us get our Chromecasts on hotel networks, but... no.
Do wireless internet affect connections in general? Yes. Wireless connections are not the fastest. And there are a numerous of factors that may make a wireless connection even slower. Playing games multiplayer games is a constant stream of data to the server, and the more players are connected to a server, the more data needs to be transmitted to and from ...
The problem was eventually pinned down to the ancient phone line leading to my house after a tech support bod noticed a large number of ADSL line errors. It was replaced and the problem went away. Thanks for the assistance, however :)
Lock and Switch User should not affect your currently logged-in account because those currently logged-in sessions are still running. Windows just secures them so that unauthorised users cannot access them. When you Lock your computer Windows secures the session and you are then prompted to enter your password to log in again to the session you were still ...
There's usually a setting in the windows OS to 'connect automatically' if the network is available. It sounds like it might just be easier to pick up a new router. The behavior you're describing is textbook for a failing router.
You could run a batch file from there. I checked out that Networx setting, looks feasible. Here is the batch file: @echo on timeout /t 10 netsh interface set interface "Wireless Network Connection" DISABLED timeout /t 10 netsh interface set interface "Wireless Network Connection" ENABLED *note: you may need to change the name of the connection to match ...
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