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No, they're completely different things. MIMO refers to the ability to split a single data stream over multiple, adjacent communication channels and requires more than one antenna. MIMO can, in theory, be used to improve both the bandwidth and the directionality of WiFi signals. In practice, implementations available today just seem to increase the ...


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Which configuration would be more efficient on a wireless environment with many devices (~40)... In your environment I'd deploy two single-band APs for the following reasons: Coverage would be superior. First, two APs enable placement options for better coverage than one can. Second, a dual-band AP will offer 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios, but the 5 GHz ...


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To make hdd partition copy which will be workable and locally mountable you need to act as following: Connect 2 computers via network; Run linux on both (LiveCD is great if any of those do not have linux installed); Mount external fs (via network, f.e. ssh, samba, ftp, nfs etc) on computer holding hdd partition of interest; Give needed permissions to ...


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Your switch isn't a switch, it's a router, with its own DHCP server. Look closely at the IPv4 adresses of your PCs 2 & 3. They're in the 192.168.x.x range. PC 1 has an IP of 10.x.x.x. This tells me they are getting their IP's from different sources. Disable the DHCP server in your Dynex router, connect all PCs and the Cisco router to LAN ports on the ...


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The term you're looking for is "VPN" (Virtual Private Network). You setup a VPN server at work, and then use your home OS's VPN connection facilities to connect to it so that your home computer is then joined to the work network. This will allow you do access work resources, as you are now part of the work LAN. Which VPN solution you choose is up to ...


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First, what brand are your laptop and phone? Apple products are known to be bandwidth hogs. You could try to change the channel and or frequency of the WiFi. And it is possible that something in that room could be causing interference and distorting the signal.



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