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What happen if while the router is receiving one packet, a packet from another device arrives? The immediate consequence is that some of the overlapping bits are corrupted. Often so many bits are corrupted that the receiver sees that the frame check sequence doesn't match up, and the receiver simply throws the bad data out and otherwise acts as if it ...


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1) You may visit any site that shows you the (public) IP address your request comes from, a common example being http://checkip.dyndns.org/ If it shows the same IP while you're connected to the VPN and when you're disconnected, your traffic seems not to be routed through your company's VPN. The IP address shown will be the one assigned to your home internet ...


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Make sure router R1 is in bridge mode Router R2 is forwarding all DHCP requests to R1 R2 has a static ip Connect to R2 from PC1 make sure you are able to ping R1 and then vice Versa Disable DHCP on the R2 router I think the key here is your Lan mode



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