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It seems to be doing it for both IE 11 and Chrome both. I work from home and had to get the machine up and working. My husband tried some suggestions for changes using Regedit, but that didn't help either. However, my husband complained that I had too many things running for malware, anti-virus, etc., and he thought that had something to do with it. What ...


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Which browser are you using? Is it occurring for all browsers (e.g. Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera). Also are you in a business domain?


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It sounds as though there might be a problem with the network card on your desktop and not the cable or modem. If the ethernet cable as you mention works on the laptop just fine then the problem is in your network card or drivers. See if you can update the drivers for the card. Also make sure the cable is securely in the NIC. Sometimes it can be in there ...


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That is a very standard thing to be doing, so yes it can be done, and easily. Simply read up on using your router and whatever OS you have running on your devices you want to have static IPs on. There are two standard ways of doing this: Use your router to set static IPs for which ever network devices you want on static IPs to have a DHCP reservation set ...


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As suggested by one of my coworkers: yes it's possible, you set the interface metric so that the WLAN is the preferred interface (so the Internet traffic goes out the WLAN) and then either a) add a route for the RDSH IP that prefers the LAN interface or b) add a firewall rule blocking MSTSC from connecting over the WLAN as suggested


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Pilot error. The service code sticker underneath the laptop had come off from its usual place and was affecting the connection to the docking station. Thank you to anyone who commented.


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I've had 1.0.10 firmware version in D-Link 2650(NSU). Seemes that client isolation checkbox is broken in this version. I've updated to 1.0.17 firmware (following instructions on http://ftp.dlink.ru/pub/ADSL/DSL-2650U/Firmware/) and now have wireless and wired clients communicating each other.


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On the second router, change the IP address to be in the same range as the first (ie: 192.168.0.2), disable DHCP and connect the CAT5 cable from the first router to a LAN port on the second.


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I installed VMware and Install a windows on it! In the original Windows, I use wireless connection , and in VMware windows, I use wired connection. maybe it can help you :)


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There is no point to doing this since you will only be connecting twice to the same end router with the same WAN bandwidth. The fact you have 2 connections might increase redundancy but is pointless in a household environment. Secondly, Windows does not know how to manage 2 connections simultaneously. For example, to establish a connection to a website you ...


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I agree with you harrymc, if you want to get access in the internet for your wireless gadgets, then you should be using wifi, but there are also some case that you can use VPN in connecting, you just need to convert your laptop (if you want to connect your laptop) into Wifi VPN router. If you want a vpn server that will give you the best access, try to ...


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Would it be possible for you to set the device up with a static IP without a gateway address? This would solve your problem immediately. Everything and anything would be reachable on the local network, but the device wouldn't know how to reach anything on the internet.


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If you configure the restricted device manually, without configuring a default route/gateway, or setting it to 127.0.0.1, it will allow the device to communicate on the LAN only.


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There is a Mono implementation of zeroconf including Windows binaries at: http://www.mono-project.com/Mono.Zeroconf The Mono.Zeroconf Windows binary relies on Apple's Bonjour service being installed on your system (its Apple's implementation of mDNS). If you don't have Bonjour installed you can just install Apple iTunes since it includes Bonjour. I have ...


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I have previously used the JmDNS java library to implement service discovery on Windows. If you want to write client/server software in Java that uses zero-configuration service discovery based on mDNS then I would recommend using JmDNS, however the project does not appear to be currently active. If you simply need to discover services on your network, I ...


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I have a home network not unlike yours, though my HTTP and FTP servers are on Windows. It seems that you have got the HTTP server working, since you can access it within your intranet, so there are now three things to do:- In your router settings, set port forwarding so that accesses to port 80 (http) from the internet are mapped through to your HTTP ...


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I was curious too and found this over on stackexchange: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17652373/how-to-change-the-url-from-localhost-to-something-else-on-a-local-system-usin Goes through Win/Mac/Linux and with a good step by step.



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