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If,you are a home user try to update it in the router. Or what's your primary requirement? You,need to update all the dns server ip for all adapters by one click?? Simple install a bind dns server in ur machine and set the resover to 8.8.8.8 or ur dns ip and,set the adapter dns records to local ip 127.0.0.1


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Nobody answered me, but I fixed the upload problem experimentally and I want to share my experience with those who's stuck with this problem too. For the first you need to roll back your NIC driver to version 2.1.0.16 and which is provided by Microsoft, e.g. built-in driver. To do this, use Device Manager: press Win+R, type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter. Then ...


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Microsoft's solution in Windows 10, NIC Teaming (LBFO), is not useful, as the documentation says: NICs representing technologies other than Ethernet are not supported in teams (e.g., WWAN, WLAN/WiFi, Bluetooth, Infiniband including IPoIB NICs). For wireless, the Microsoft solution is therefore out. In any case, one other unfulfilled requirement is ...


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This is no different than connecting 2 wired Ethernet ports on the same computer to the same network... it requires what is called interface bonding, NIC teaming, or link aggregation, which is only officially supported by Windows Server OS for Microsoft products (it worked in Windows 10 up to build 10240, officially broken now), but this also requires a ...


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100Mbps. The highest speed you can get is to connect the 1Gbps NIC to the 100Mbps router. That link will transfer data at 100Mbps. There is no way to get a higher speed anywhere in the LAN setup with those parts.


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The question is badly worded - the answer is indeterminate unless you know how many ports there are on the switch. The answer is probably 100 megabits, as even basic routers have 4 LAN ports on them, so connecting 2 devices into those ports directly will allow 100 megabit connectivity between them. The answer they are probably looking for is 10 megabits, ...


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The fastest your link will be, is always the slowest device along the path of travel because it's the culprit of the bottleneck. Assuming you were connected like Router > Switch > PC. Excuse my excellent art skills trying to demonstrate what I mean.


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Guessing a bit I read this as follows: I got a 1 meter (100cm) radius pipe connected to a 10cm big pipe connected to a 1 cm pipe. What is the most water I can push though it? (The answer matches the 1cm pipe). And if they are trying to be smart: they toss aside the 10Mbit/sec switch (an antique!) and connect the NIC directly to the router. But that ...


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Ethernet flow control, so far, has been a failed experiment, because it often causes head-of-line blocking problems. Switches should not send pause frames to hosts. I believe Cisco switches cannot be configured to send pause frames; enabling Ethernet flow control on a Cisco switch just causes it to honor pause frames it receives. Hosts are wise to ignore ...


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There are three ways you can handle flow control: If you're overloaded, you drop data on the floor. If you can't provide service for a request from a higher layer, typically because your local queue is full, you return an error to that higher layer. You proactively notify higher layers that they need to slow down. At the Ethernet layer, method 3 is ...


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It is not possible for winpcap directly (what Wireshark is using on Windows to collect the packets) to drop packets. This is covered briefly in the winpcap FAQ. You may be able to use the Windows Firewall to drop all packets coming in on that interface after they are processed by Wireshark (although I'm not sure - it might also block them before they reach ...


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Yes. You can connect both at the "same time". Connecting them both at the exact same time is a statistical impossibility though as handshakes will take place at different times. You didn't really specify why you need both connected at the same time. So ask it better.


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I'm pretty late here, but I had experienced the same issue on my Asus laptop recently: my network adapter gone missing abruptly. (It's Atheros AR9485WB-EG Wireless and laptop is ASUS N550JK.) Tried various things like rebooting, reinstalling drivers, applying all Windows updates, upgrading to Windows 10 - nothing helped. And then I tried to check whether ...


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TAP is the VPN tunnel used by Hamachi, look here for a nearly identical question and answer.


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They are likely to be related to Hamachi, TUN/TAP are software virtual network devices. Whether it would cause any harm to remove them, I do not know, it does seem an extreme amount. There is a very similar question here which did not receive an accepted answer, but may be of further assistance to you. If I were in your position, I'd uninstall Hamachi and ...


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There isn't really a such thing as a UEFI driver system like what you mention. Instead UEFI defines a series of standardized interfaces that devices need to conform to if they want to be accessible via UEFI without OS-level drivers. For network stuff (such as a BIOS-based web browser), it's up to the manufacture of the motherboard or BIOS to implement such ...



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