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The networking concept you're looking for is a bridge; a bridge connects two communications networks into one network. You should be able to configure your D-Link access point as a wireless bridge. According to the D-Link support page, your access point should be able to run in "PtP Bridge" mode, which does exactly that. I quote: This selection allows ...


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Thanks guys for pointing to the right direction. I have found how to make LAN the main connection while still connected to Wifi, so that we can enjoy both mobility and performance. Here are the how-to steps: Click Start --> Run, type in ncpa.cpl It will open Network Connection control applet. Click Advanced --> Advanced Settings, under Adapters and ...


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This is typically caused by misconfigured or buggy networking devices that break multicast and thus break Bonjour, which relies upon multicast. See also: Why do some WiFi routers block multicast packets going from wired to wireless? Here are the common things to check: If you have more than one router-capable device on the network, make sure that only ...


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If you want to know what your DHCP server has leased out, you need to consult that DHCP server. On Linux (Debian with isc-dhcp-server), you want to look at the /var/lib/dhcpd/dhcp.leases file. If you want to know if another machine is using that IP without doing that, you can try several methods:L Use the arp command to see if the IP appears in your ...


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I am also using OS X 10.10.2 and it appears to work fine over here. First, I would make sure that you are all on the same subnet. (Maybe also share the local network IPs and subnet masks you see for the relevant computers). You mentioned that the DHCP keeps changing things around and from the IP you provided, I could assume there are a lot of machines in ...



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