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Take a look: The Network Address is a user-defined address that is used to replace the MAC address that was originally assigned to the adapter. In some operating systems, this property is called Locally Administered Address. The network address consists of a 12-digit hexadecimal number. To change the Network Address property, do the ...


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Try this 2 commands to get NIC statistics: netsh interface ipv4 show ipstats netsh interface ipv4 show tcpstats If there is number bigger then 0 in "In Header Errors", "Fragments Failed", "In Errors" there is problem with wire.


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Realtek offers a network diagnostic utility for the network interface card - look for the "Windows Diagnostic Program" link at Software Drivers & Utilities. There are some screen shots for the software at Realtek Ethernet Diagnostic Software. The netstat command, which is included with Microsoft Windows offers some limited information. A netstat -s ...


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I don't believe you can do what you want with the model TV you want, so instead, I offer a work around solution: Simply buy another PC or laptop, as cheap as you like, from a second hand site like Ebay, and use it to RDP through. This way you can use the ethernet for the connection but have the box close enough to the TV to use the video cable of your ...


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Going by your 3 offered choices, B is the best (IMO), as it keeps the server on a perimeter network, and the internal router firewalls your internal business network from the perimeter network (so that the server can't access the business network), while using the least equipment. The "real" answer (again, IMO): Get a router that supports a proper ...


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Detecting captive portal and showing a pop-up is something done by the OS of the device connecting to your AP. There is nothing much you can do it at your AP to show pop-up. Most iOS and new Windows devices would do that but its not consistent on Android. I am assuming you have a captive portal working already.


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They are typically used when there is interactive or ad-hoc access of many hosts in a subdomain, especially one with a long name, without having to type the FQDN. Makes even more sense if there are multiple subdomains, since all hosts can be accessed with a hostname. Whether you choose to rely upon search domains in other ways (scripts, databases, ...



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