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Based on your clarification you are really over complicating things. All you need to do is install a VPN host software somewhere on the network (it could be the one built in to windows server on your domain controller or it be a different server running windows built in one or a 3rd party software). Once you have the VPN host installed you just need to set ...


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You can install and configure the vpn gateway RAS on the windows server itself and start using your existing network. Change the policy/rule in your router to redirect all your vpn traffic to the windows server's vpn agent. You can use the exiting 192.168.0.0/24 network for this to work. vpn will be used mostly for supporting remote workers to work on local ...


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The only "Special" requirement is the domain controller will need to be the DNS server for your other 3 computers. What this will likely require is one of two setups: Turning off DHCP on your router and also turning on the DHCP server on your domain controller then configuring it to give out your router as the "Default Gateway" If it is configurable (and ...


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A router will provide security from many link local attacks. Your ISP may not be willing to maintain per computer state such as DHCP leases, PPP connections, and bridge forwarding state. Your ISP connection may be something other than Ethernet, such as PPP over ATM.


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If you somehow put aside all software issues, there are many causes for this behaviour at the hardware level, some of the ones I've had experienced are: Incompatibility. You can set your AP to transmit using an older technology, like b/g or even only b or g, instead of n. Power of the transmission, sometimes a too loud tranmission causes too much noise on ...


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I've seen this problem with a number of routers that proxy DNS lookups. If you go to a command prompt and run ipconfig /all , you should get a list of your current DNS servers. If you see a private IP address such as 192.168.something.something, chances are your router is not passing your requests out to the Internet properly. The solution to this problem ...


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You can do this by creating an executable binary file that scans your dirs and outputs data in a form PHP can parse (e.g. a JSON string), and calling that binary from your PHP using the exec function. Example: C: int main() { /* * Any code that outputs a JSON-encoded string * to stdout. */ printf('"anObject" : { "data" : "example" , ...


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This is because you have not enabled your wireless network adapter. To resolve this: Go to Control panel -> Network and Sharing Center -> Change adapter settings. Left click on the Wireless network connection and enable it. You will find 'share over wifi' after refreshing your connectify.


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I ran into this issue myself. So far, I've only gotten it so I can ping VPN machines from LAN. I did this by using a similar configuration to you except I set the VPN zone's Forward to ACCEPT instead of REJECT. Setting the LAN zone's Forward to ACCEPT doesn't change anything for me. As a side note, you have two wan zones in your config file which are ...


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Go to your device manager , select your NIC and check the Advanced properties. Change the Speed & Duplex to 100 Mbps Full Duplex


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You need a router that will combine the multiple WAN connections - well, really, share the multiple WAN connections - they cannot actually be "Combined" unless your provider gives a way to "Bond" them - essentially meaning that you can get an aggregate (3x the top speed of each) but you can't get more than (the top speed of each) for any individual ...


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The best solution for your needs would be to get the modem/router and make sure it has a high wireless range. In addition get one or two Wifi repeaters which your neighbors can install to make sure the signal goes to the farthest apartment. Note that the further the signal goes the weaker it becomes. The weaker it becomes the slower the signal will be and ...


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You should be able to get this done pretty easily. Leave DHCP 'ON' on one of the routers than simply connect the three routers together using network cable (CAT5e). The ISP will give each of these routers a different external IP address so that collision should be avoided. You will only need to make sure that each router is given a different IP address ...


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To help others, not all wireless adapters can host a connection. From answers.microsoft.com they suggest running: netsh wlan show drivers Look for "Hosted network supported". If you see no, you're out of luck


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This somehow solved my problem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1ETBeRQBs4. The additional problem I talked about only seems to be present sometimes and most of the times both wlan interfaces work.


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I found out that the key to working with MAC addresses is the ARP table, a table that links neighbouring IP addresses (IP addresses on the local network) to MAC addresses. All you need to do is use ip neigh add to link your router's MAC address to an IP address, then route via that IP address as usual: #!/bin/sh DEV="eth0" ROUTER="192.168.0.1" ...


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For the best case all you will need is for one of you to get a high speed internet connection from a local provider. Most cable companies provide a router with a wireless access point built in. Preferably get one with 802.11n for the best speed. Just have your friends/neighbors connect their computers wireless to your access point. They may have to ...


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Check or Set network interface to DHCP: Open file in a text editor as root: sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces Check the eth0 lines in the file: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp Save the file and exit. Restart the network: sudo service network-manager restart DEFAULT settings for eth0 with dhcp: # The loopback network interface auto lo ...


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Main thing: you can set first DNS as static entry. Next you can only add/append other DNS servers. So, to set primary DNS server use something like this: netsh interface ip set dns name="Local Area Connection" static 8.8.8.8 for add/append other DNS servers you have to use add option, something like this: netsh interface ip add dns name="Local Area ...


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Port forwarding (a router function) will allow you to accomplish connecting to different internal IP's from external devices.


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I described it in two ways: 1. Using Firewall 2. Routing user using Dns server. Your best choice by my opinion is firewall, by example on perimeter network, between internet and clients. Firewall has to be integrated with AD, and that gives you opportunity to filter access by users or groups. Second possibility using Dns server. If you deleting root servers, ...


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You should never need to communicate directly to a pure NAT gateway (ie. a device that does port/address rewriting and nothing else). However, you probably don't have one of those. The typical home router provides, in addition to NAT, DHCP, DNS resolving, possibly an NTP server, UPnP hole-punching, and assorted other services. If you're sure your server ...


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NetworkManager dictates the default route ( ip route ) even though your interface has nm disabled, it is just that interface not the whole system. ps aux | grep -I net # will probably find NetworkManager still running. chkconfig NetworkManager off systemctl NetworkManager disable


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You might wanna have a look at Computer Networking: A top-down approach. Not sure if it's the bible, but it's fairly complete and a good beginner's guide. Amazon has it


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Sorted, the solution was to simply put both the Server 2012 machine and the Win 7 Pro client into "Internal" in Settings>Network. I still haven't got internet access on either machine but at least now I can get on with learning to administer the server and Active Directory. My host laptop has internet access. Happy days!!! And it's my birthday, how cool is ...


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With IPv6 you have billions and billions of addresses. A /64 means that the first 64 (of the 128 bits of an IPv6 address) are fixed and the remaining bits are available to use. A /64 has 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 addresses to be precise. IPv6 doesn't use NAT so there is no difference between internal and external addresses. The only difference is that there ...


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Yes. The purpose of the micro SD slot is data storage. The data transfer rates are too less when compared to a regular USB drive and u will find storing and retrieving data from such devices will be.painfully slow.


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I am not a network specialist, but I would throw out two things to look at. You seem to be using POE devices. I've seen something similar happen at a hospital and it was due to the two areas not sharing a common ground. The ground was described as "floating" and zero voltage at one side of the campus was higher than the other. Power as a result flowed ...


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I would first recommend isolating which side of the access is truly dropping (or both). Clients (and by clients I mean your servers, desktops/laptops, etc.) should be able to connect to your internal network and the router, even if you are unable to access the internet. If this is the case then you have at least isolated the issue is between the router and ...


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When you connect to the router with your computer it will get an address which should help you determine which of the addresses is the router's (they have to be in the same range). IP6 doesn't need forwarding as such. The web server will have its own address which needs to be associated with the domain name (www.whatever.com) with a AAAA record in the DNS. ...


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Updating fimeware helped solve in small % each router. However the problem was poor connection between two router 11Mbps. I figured that they propably use 802.11b between them and forced 802.11g. Now connection improved to 18Mbps diffrence is small but I knew that the reason is bad signal. Propably i will try to found the reason or buy stronger routers. ...


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Yes it is possible, but you will need to learn about subnetting. It's a bit of a read but it's very useful. You can find an article here http://www.techrepublic.com/article/ip-subnetting-made-easy/ or google it. Edit: I would also reading as much as you can about TCP/IP protocol as you are new to the industry. Tell your boss to pay for a COMPTIA A+ and CCNA ...


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This is conceptual, not step by step, but it should explain enough to help you figure out what you need to do. The Hyper-V switch that the VM uses needs to be either External or Internal and not Private. Keep in mind that an External switch will look like a LAN connection to the VM, not a wireless connection even if on the real hardware it is associated ...


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Does the microSD card required? No. What is it used for? Is it required for the Internet connection or just a feature so I can store data on it? Yes, exactly! [EDITED] Just a feature to store data on it, not required for connection. Every USB - Modem has a small Flash memory to store the driver needed for Windows / MacOS installation. That is ...


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I also have mobile Internet modem from Huawei, with a micro SD slot also. These slots are generally used to provide the management software of the modem in order to be set up quickly. You can use the modem without the microSD inserted.


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This has been resolved. There were TWO access lists - the first that was commonly known about (ACL) which lists the servers that a user can connect to, and the second previously unknown list of servers that are only allowed access to certain users, ie the reverse of an ACL. With the servers removed from this restrictions list, access was allowed for all ...


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The free version doesn't support SSH so you should use the instructions provided on the NoMachine website to know how to tunnel NX over an SSH connection.


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A little bit easier approach than flashing your router might be to use an old PC/Laptop or similar as an Proxy. It isn't so hard to set up some software and route all your traffic through that PC as a standard-gateway, then it should be easy to record detailed stats!


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I believe I had a similar problem with an incorrect clock setting. My router had a time setting for a different time zone (one hour difference). I do not know exactly how the error caused a problem, but since I corrected it I have had much more stable internet connections. I suspect the DHCP server was having problems trying to assess which clock was ...


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Your Router may have options to show bandwidth. In order to log into with your browser you'll need your routers IP address. The easiest way to obtain this is to: click Winkey and "R", type in cmd.exe, click run type ipconfig. The command will print its output in the screen. You are looking for "default gateway" (it should be something like 192.168.1.1). ...


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This is a common problem without a simple solution, assuming you're trying to monitor every device from a central location. You can't monitor these kinds of stats from a single PC, you need to get in the middle of everything, your router. I've been in similar situations with bandwidth-hogging roommates, I was able to flash my router with the Toastman ...


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Prefering IPv4 over IPv6 is totally stupid and useless. If you like liberty and possibility to send information accross the Internet, prefer IPv6 instead. If you want the Internet to become a stupid one way media as television is, continue with this old fashioned and totally pointless IPv4 and you may succeed. DNS resolution in Firefox is an option and ...


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I am afraid it is not possible. You can use GPO to disable some programs, like browsers. The best choice for you is proxy and firewall sitting between client and Internet, that's how you can control traffic. Or you could route the client to DNS server, which host DNS zone for domain only and root servers disabled. But that make no sense for one PC to fire up ...


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Check user A's .ssh/config file. He may have a Host entry in that file for the hostname at issue, which is causing ssh to try a different port or IP address for that hostname. For example, if .ssh/config had these lines: Host a.example.com Hostname b.example.com Port 42 Then running "ssh a.example.com" would try try to connect to b.example.com ...


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With IPv6, you typically don't need NAT and port forwarding because every machine on your network gets its own public IP address, this address is the address that Google is giving you when you Google "Whats my IP". Your router should have an IPv6 firewall that is currently blocking incoming connections to the IPs on your LAN. You will need to allow ...


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I would start by performing some simple ping tests from within the network: 1) Perform ipconfig and ping returned gateway IP. 2) Ping inside interface of firewall. (skip if same as #1) 3) Ping outside interface of firewall. (assigned public IP) 4) Ping ISP provided gateway IP. 5) Ping 8.8.8.8. I'd suspect the issue is likely firewall related. You may want ...


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My SOLUTION: If VISTA cant find shared XP (or conversely), this because, that XP computers must be SP2 and you need to install the Link Layer Topology Discovery on the XP machines. You can get it here http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=4F01A31D-EE46-481E-BA11-37F485FA34EA&displaylang=en Now, maybe you wont have problem anymore, ...


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If you have blocked the only open port pointing to the system you shouldn't have an issue (since it doesn't accept traffic), although if you are going to block traffic you might as well turn off the port via your router. Changing the port is largely pointless. Security through obscurity won't stop, for example, a generic HTTP DDoS request to the server, ...


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As the other dudes says, the ip that whatsmyip shows is from your router/modem and to you can access your pc from internet you you need to configure the router following the steeps bellow. 1ยบ Fix the IP address of your macbook. It's needed to assure that your router/modem don't change your macbook ip address You can do it in you macbook (configuring ...


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I opened terminal and I tried to "ping" the website and I get no response at all but I get a response back from another website thats hosted on the same IP. Ping is only by IP, so it should not be a difference which hostname for the same IP you use. Which gives the only explanations that either your hostname cannot be resolved at all (which would also ...



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