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Put the VMs on an "Internal" network. On your Host: open Control Panel Network and Sharing Center Change Adapter Settings Open the properties of your Primary connection Sharing Tab Select the vEthernet corresponding with the "Internet" network you created Configure the servers with the Internal IP range and Gateway for ICS. You may want to just switch ...


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Possible problems: Wireless is turned off. Solution: look on the keyboard for a key that should turn it on. Or go to Control Panel => Network and Internet => Network Connections, look for your wireless connection, right-click its icon and select Enable. The Wireless Local Area Network card driver is not installed. Solution: head over to Dell's website, ...


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What you want is available here. Instructions to Download Web files to Google Drive Directly or any cloud storage like dropbox,skydrive. Step 1: Head over to http://ctrlq.org/save/ Step 2: Enter the download link in the input box provided. Step 3: Click on “Google drive” to start downloading the file to your Google drive storage. Alternatively you can ...


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if you have the same settings as the router used foir connecting itself to the internet it will work, unless your computer's PPPoE (or whatever your ISP uses for transport) support is broken or missing. you need 4 things to use the internet, a connection to your ISP credentials to log into your ISP an ip address and ip of the gateway the ip address of a ...


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I have seen this identical problem with cable modems before. It seems some of them (particularly older ones) like to "remember" what they are connected to and will only work with that device. If this is the problem then simply power cycling the modem should reestablish the connection with the new device. Unfortunately this means you'll have to have physical ...


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You set your network information to that of a router, which you have removed. You need to clear that all out. If you have a Cable Modem that you're connecting to, allow your machine to configure your IP/Gateway/DNS automatically. Now you should have internet. Your router configuration is for your internal network. Your router is setup to pull everything ...


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Here's my guess... How do the ping times change when things slow down? Constant 30-100ms? Or do they slow to 3,000-10,000ms or start getting dropped packets? Ping times to your router would check your local wifi connection & router responsiveness, pinging google would do that plus everthing out to google's side of the internet. If ping times don't slow ...


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There are several ranges of 'private' ip addresses, as defined in RFC1918. These are: 10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255 (10/8 prefix) 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255 (172.16/12 prefix) 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255 (192.168/16 prefix) That an IP address starts with 192 doesn't necessarily mean it's a private IP address. For example the ISP ...


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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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You have to enable "Allow management operating system to share this network adapter". But it seems that there is a bug. If you create an external network connection with this check mark set then only your guests have internet connection. uncheck this feature, apply settings and than redo. Check > Apply > uncheck > Apply > Check > Apply. I tried to get this ...


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Try excluding inurl: 454557414 -inurl:454557414 inurl includes -inurl excludes Is this what you were looking for?


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Do a search for: 454557414 -inurl:454557414


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I personally don't own a MacBook, but I think this will help you out: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/38628/how-to-see-your-current-wi-fi-connection-speed-in-mac-os-x/ "Using Option-Click As pointed out by anon in the comments, you can simply hold down the Option key while clicking on the menu bar icon for your Airport, and it will show you the extended ...


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(from using my tethered smart phone) I don't know the specs of your phone, so I'm going out on a bit of a limb, but I'd think it'd be easier to use your phone to broadcast as a wireless AP, than to configure those services on your PC. Android, for instance, has wifi AP tether apps that will broadcast an SSID with configurable options. I use one called ...


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One method, which still requires a little bit of programming, would be to create a simple webpage that uses a javascript function to make an ajax get request to the site you want. You capture the time_before, and then time_after on the success event of the ajax. Use the time difference to update the webpage Title... which is used to label the browser ...


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Allowing your network connection to be shared does not itself cause the creation of a Wi-Fi network. You can create an Ad-Hoc wireless network in Windows 8.1 if your wireless driver supports putting the card in the correct mode. To find out if your card can do this run the following command in an elevated command prompt: netsh wlan show drivers If hosted ...


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What kind of router are you using? When you only use one computer at a time does loading a page take forever? It seems like you might be fighting for bandwidth, but we need more information. What I suggest you do is this (with the information given): Go over and check your WEP key(if you're using one) for both laptops Reset the router(usually does the ...


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This seems like an issue with your IP configuration, please try one oof the below methods to assign IP address automatically and check the results, Open Control Panel. Click Network and Internet. Click View network status and tasks. Click Change adapter settings. Right click the wireless adapter and select Properties. Select Internet Protocol Version 4. ...


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Yes, they are incompatible and they are indeed two different layer-3 protocols. They are incompatible because they are different protocols with a different packet header format. Some significant changes: The address are bigger (IPv4: 32 bit, IPv6: 128 bit) The IPv6 header now has a flow-label field The IPv6 header is kept simple and all extra features are ...


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I can't call this an answer, but maybe my adventures will help you. I had precisely this same problem. They've replaced my wiring outside and I've replaced it inside to the point of having only a single 10 foot run. The issue you're having is likely exterior. Try the follwoing: Post on their wall on facebook. (this got me some attention!) Get it down to ...


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Foremost explorer.exe is related to Windows Explorer, not Internet Explorer. Components like Windows search service does use Explorer.exe to communicate with Internet. Ideally Explorer.exe should not be connecting to internet ;) Google "disable windows search assistant" to get more info. Regards ..


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Need more info, so here's a general troubleshooting list that's too long for a comment: Reboot the laptop, the router, and the modem, grab a coffee. If the problem persists you'll need the coffee. You can restart them all at the same time, but if you want to be super careful, you turn off all 3 devices, then turn them on one after another, with 30 seconds ...


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Go to Command Prompt and type: ipconfig /flushdns If this doesn't help, install a local DNS proxy, e.g. an open source Acrylic Start the Acrylic service and change your connection's DNS server to 127.0.0.1.


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This website: http://www.openallurls.com/ will allow you to open up to 250 URIs in your browser. It works in Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Opera.


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This seems like Linux Mint drivers for WLAN is causing the issue, please connect to Internet through LAN and try the following commands on terminal: sudo apt-get install b43-fwcutter firmware-b43-installer sudo modprobe -r iwlwifi sudo modprobe iwlwifi 11n_disable=1 Please try this and check the status


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From Microsoft: Managing Add-ons for IE. Internet Explorer is designed to provide an add-on free experience, and will play HTML5 and many Adobe Flash videos without needing to install a separate add-on. You'll only be able to install and use add-ons Internet Explorer for the desktop. There are, however, some popular addons for IE available. A ...


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My fix was to open the network properties, select ipv4 properties and have obtain an IP address automatically selected. After doing all the other recommendations and manually entering a DNS address (8.8.8.8) did this work- such a simple button!



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