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First note that the D-Link DES 1008A is not a router but a switch. The simplest way to do this would be to set up a proxy server, that you would place between the modem (connecting to the Internet) and the switch, to filter by MAC address. Since you already have a server providing a DHCP service, that would be the best candidate to setup as the proxy ...


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Resolved by... rebooting the host machine, I don't know why but it started working after it.


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It must work (except of possible ASUS firmware bugs) But You set wrong static route, (I not know how ASU interprete Your settings): Host IP: 172.16.5.31 , Netmask 255.255.255.255 , Gateway 192.168.2.98 or for access all 172.16.5.0/24 network Host IP: 172.16.5.0 , Netmask 255.255.255.0 , Gateway 192.168.2.98 Second try: If You need access from ...


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To get to your target (play a game with two directly attached computers) just set them both up with a static IP. They won't have internet, but they will be able to communicate with each other. If you want to share the mobile hotspot internet between the two and only one of them has Wi-Fi, enable internet connection sharing on the one with Wi-Fi.


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The company I work for is the author of WinGate, a web proxy (and other things) which runs on Windows from XP onwards. It also has a free edition.


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First thing I would do is that enable IP4 on your windows 7 laptop. Are you trying to test something with IPv6? you need to make sure IPv4 is working first before testing IPv6 within your network. First, Assign static IP address with correct default gateway to both PC and laptop rather then dynamic IP (If you have DHCP). Disconnect your laptop and computer ...


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This should just work. If it does not then you need to check if you installed the VM in 'host only networking' (in other words: dear Xp Vm, never talk to anything but the wi7 host and thus never reach anything on the network). If set to normal (bridged) mode it should just work. If set to NAtted mode it should also work.


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If you are in the same class of addresses (192.168.x.x.) given by the same router, the systems should be able to correctly communicate. First make sure the router itself is not blocking ICMP or other protocols between stations (if you have access to it). Then, what you have to do is allow the ports used by the Apache Storm and the applications designed in ...


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connect directly to 192.168.1.something will faster. your packages data does not need to passthrough router forwarder. communication will be established in OSI layer 2.


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First off: If you are under legal obligations to provide traffic separation, always get someone with the authority to do so to sign off on any plan as within the legal requirements before you begin implementing it. Depending on the specific legal requirements, it just might be that you will have to provide physically separate networks with no common trust ...


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I disabled the Huawei's DHCP server and configured it's IP to one from the D-Link's local area and it worked.


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If you're using the public IPv4 address (visible to the Internet), then the network traffic gets sent to the device with that address. That would be your router. This means your router needs to receive the traffic. Then, your router is noticing that there is a forwarded port, so it converts the network traffic's IP address and then sends the converted ...


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So long as it works it doesn't matter. However you will probably get better performance by using the LAN address and thus, not involving the router.


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Two ideas come to mind: changing the type of network Windows thinks it is on, and setting one of your Windows machines as a gateway to the rest of your network through connection sharing (only possible if it in fact has more than one internet connection, or if you set it as a proxy through which all other machines must pass on their way out of the LAN). If ...


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I found the culprit. So what was happening is that Windows 10 would get up to 70Mbps without any problem... until I booted Linux. It seems like Windows didn't like the way Linux was leaving hardware state. That's why sometimes (after cold reboots) it worked properly. It seems like it's a known (although rather rare) issue with Realtek drivers.


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(May be edited later based on more information) No, Windows should just be set to automatically acquire IP information (the default setting). The DHCP from router 1 should be everything the Computer needs. 2&3. The routers do not give or take Internet from either one... Router 1 is the router providing DHCP and other network services including the ...


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I was able to solve this problem using a configuration option specific to the game in question (which I stumbled upon quite by accident with no small amount of luck). This allowed me to specify directly which interface the game should use. This is done by adding the following entry to the Options.ini file (located in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\My Battle ...


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It sounds to me like the cable/router port might be suspect. The current drivers were able to hit 71MBps once, and while connected to your phone it was running 40MBps... so it seems to me that the drivers have the capability of hitting the speeds that meet your needs. Grab a laptop, connect the Ethernet cable to the port and see how the speeds go using ...


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I want to update the great answer above: You may want to look into your router and check if it has manual DNS entry support. If so, you can just add your local 192.168.1.22 address on it as printer.home. Otherwise you're limited with local hosts file editing or your own DNS server setup I afraid.


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PHP offers some methods to interact with a host OS using the exec() and shell_exec() methods. exec - http://php.net/manual/en/function.exec.php shell_exec - http://php.net/manual/en/function.shell-exec.php The functions allow PHP to run (and receive output from) the command which can either be outputted to the page for the user or used as input to other ...



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