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So I did some research and the easiest way I found was to make a script using AutoIT My source was the following forum post. I made 2 scripts and compiled them. Now I just run the correct .exe on my desktop and it does all the clicking for me. Here is a link to the script I made.


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It sounds like you don't have the router checking a time server and so it isn't updating to the correct date/time. Check if the router has a setting for connecting to a time server (NTP) and make sure that the server it is pointing at is valid and reachable from your location. If the router still won't take the correct time, "time" to replace it!


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Try the below troubleshooting steps and check the outcome. Press Ctrl+R > type ncpa.cpl > select your Wireless Adapter > right click and try 'Disable' and 'Enable' Try Disconnect and Connect Right click the adapter > Properties > Uninstall and Re-install (in the Device Manager) Verify the 'SSID' and the 'Security Key' Hope this helps.


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In the end, I figured out a simple way to do this, so posting my answer here. Buy a basic switch that supports VLANs, like the Netgear GS108e. Plug the devices into the switch as follows: Port 1: Wi-Fi Router Port 2: NAS Drive Port 3: XBOX Port 4: Printer Ports 5-8: Mac/PC Desktops, Laptops, and/or a wireless access point for wireless clients. Enabled ...


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The error messages from /var/log/auth indicate that the installation of ssh did not complete properly. Host keys do not exist, and without host keys, ssh is unable to initiate user authentication. You don't mention the flavor of Linux (redhat,debian,gentoo) and each has a different command structure for re-installing the sshd. My recommendation is to ...


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You want to add a second Ethernet card if you can. Configure both. Then in the DNS for your website, create two A records for the domain name. mycomain.com A 111.111.111.111 mydomain.com A 222.222.222.222 When you do a dns lookup it should list both IP addresses. nslookup mydomain.com 111.111.111.111 222.222.222.222 This should provide rudimentary ...


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The Cheap way is to take any old Tower PC with at least 4 bays and 4 sata ports, put two ethernet ports in it and run (LInux) Samba for your file (NAS) services and iptables for your firewall. You will have full gigabit speeds to the inside interface of the box. You can run raid on your disks. You can even configure openvpn and/or run a webserver on the ...


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i've DIR-636L and go through this exact problem everyday. I've tried all setting and could not get a fix. Today what I've found is the issue is related to the "time resetting" or time going backwards. If you check the log the message there is a chance of seeing the message daemon.err: mDNSResponder: mDNSPlatformRawTime went backwards by 1253278268 ticks; ...


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Any reason why you have to have a "combined" NAS + router? Just buy a switch and NAS separately and attach all nodes to the switch. What are you trying to accomplish?


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The TP-Link router isolates the wifi and any devices connected directly to it from the network on the WAN side of the router. It is like a one way mirror, the devices connected to the router can see the outside, but the outside cannot see in. You might try some port forwarding in the router if you really know what you are doing, but I think this is a very ...


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This was fixed with DD-WRT Changeset 25126. Any of the recent Brainslayer builds for DD-WRT after 25126 appear to resolve the issue. I have been running build 25309 for about a week without any issues. So, the answer seems to simply be to upgrade to the latest version.


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The IP address is the address of the computer on the network. localhost means this computer (i.e. the computer which you type it into). If you want to connect to your computer, you would have to type the address of the computer. So, if you want to connect to your computer from your android over the network, you would have to type 192.168.___.100 on your ...


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I think the whole point in having a transparent proxy is that it's transparent to the clients, and as such you should configure your clients to use the proxy [microserver] as its gateway, so you would need to configure DHCP to use the IP of [microserver] as your private LAN's gateway. Then configure IP forwarding on [microserver] so it forwards internet ...


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Can you provide more details about how they all connect ? With the little information you have provided it sounds like all you need to do is put the cameras, motion sensor on the switch and then cable that switch into the router. This seems similar to a problem I've had before where the router was pretending to be a 4 port switch, but was actually 4 ...


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If I understand your question correctly, you want to use your Tata Photon Wiz Wi-Fi dongle with is a 3G Mi-Fi device with the Netgear N300 router to share the Internet connectivity the Tata Photon Wiz Wi-Fi dongle provides? From what I can see I do not think that is possible. The router itself would need to know how to communicate with the USB Mi-Fi dongle. ...


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If you want to reach your page via http standard port you must forward also port 80 on your router. Some routers needs special attention when you enable port 80 forwarding because you could (could!) lock yourself out from the web interface. I am not familiar with that TP-Link model, but check the documentation and backup your configuration before ...


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There's a few things I'd do/consider. Wireless contention/physical layout. I'd suggest grabbing a smartphone and a wifi analyser app - I've used the free version of inssider. Make sure that you're on the channel with the least overlap possible. Router might just be suffering under load. I'd also check with a wired connection to make sure its just wireless. ...


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I've had a similar problem (Although is wasn't as diverse as what you are describing). My solution was to invest in some small robust PCs (I used a couple of different Zotac variations), equip them with Linux & the necessary hardware (WLAN, LTE, etc.) & configured them according to the needs of the client LAN in question. After that it was a question ...


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I know they log the WAN MAC address and can figure out the manufacturer with the OUI, what about the router host name and other MAC addresses like the LAN and wireless MAC? The short answer: Depends on the ISP. In general ISP’s mainly track your usage and habits. This article on Lifehacker gives a good overview on that type of tracking that can be ...


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With your setup, you can't do a lot with the settings, other than selecting an unused channel. See Which Wifi Channel should I use? for advice on channel selection - it boils down to trying them all and seeing which works best. It's all dependent on interference. Getting a free channel will boost signal quality more than any other setting (other than Tx ...


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A single user can establish multiple PPTP VPN as long as you have enough IP address in your address pool.


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Try to isolate the error to see if it is a problem with your computer, network, or Internet connection. Does this behavior happen to any other devices on your network? Try connecting with another PC or mobile device and see if they have the same behavior at the same time. If other devices work fine, then you have to troubleshoot the PC. Update your NIC ...


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The simplest solution is to connect a consumer-grade ethernet switch to the LAN port of your Draytek router. LAN switches will expand the number of ports available on 192.168.1.1/24; DHCP will pass seamlessly through the LAN switch to the Draytek. Adding hosts on the Thompson router complicates things too much since you'll effectively have two gateways, ...


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What you can use that speed when the 100Mbit cable connection will be a bottleneck? Is my logic wrong somewhere? Your assumption is that the main use of these Wi-Fi routers would be to only access the actual cable data connection. When in many cases, the Wi-Fi connection could—and would—be shared among devices on the local LAN. Meaning if I have a ...


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Please tell us how you get the internet into your house. Is it ADSL (through the phone line), Mobile 3G broadband (with SIM card) or Cable. As you are pinging a server on the internet is means there is lots of connection points involved, if could be anything from the switch at your local exchange, wiring underground from the exchange to your house, wiring ...


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if you mean the cable that comes out the wall.. from your telephone company.. that goes to a modem. You wouldn't/couldn't use a basic switch to isolate two parts of a network.. but a more advanced switch that does VLANs might. I haven't used one but I am pretty sure it(a switch that can do VLANs) can isolate two parts of a network. (there is such a thing ...


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Also you can use small server as router and make as many virtual interfaces as you need.


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If your router supports multiple "Virtual Interfaces," you won't need to have two routers. If you use or install dd-wrt on your router, you can create a virtual interface for your guests and enable AP Isolation to keep that traffic separate from your "trusted" network.


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Yes and No. It is possible to have one internet connection for multiple networks, however each router will need its own public IP address. You would need to check with your ISP to see if its possible to obtain multiple IPs.


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Some ISP disconnect every 24 hours to give you a new dynamic IP address. Check with your ISP if this is true for your contract and if they can schedule the disconnection to time like 2:30am when you are not using your internet access.


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The images you posted are not visible. But in general If the IP cameras are on the same network as the computer then you should not require a router. Often it is best practice to setup your devices in a simple test network and get it working before moving on to a more complex config. If you are wishing to view the cameras from outside your local network, ...


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So you say that ports 8080, 8443 and 2121 cannot be reached from the outside world; meaning outside your network. And that you can reach ports 80, 443 and 21 from inside your network, correct? Doing an nmap to the IP address you’ve provided of 186.213.100.231 shows none of the ports are open despite you setting them in the DMZ as you have described: nmap ...


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What does DOS command ipconfig say your default gateway is? If it says 192.168.1.1 the power off your modem/router and your computer. Bring the modem up - then the computer. If you can't connect and you STILL get 192.168.1.1 as your default gateway - then try using an ethernet cable into port #1.


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Make sure the Wi-Fi AP is set to use a channel supported by the client machine. For example, North American (FCC) equipment only supports channels 1-11 in 2.4GHz, whereas European (ETSI) equipment can support channels 1-13. If you somehow got an ETSI AP but an FCC client adapter, then if the AP uses channel 12 or 13, your client adapter might not be able to ...


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DHCP requests are sent out as broadcast packets that can be heard by any other machine in the same network broadcast domain (i.e. within the same switched segment). Who answeres them is unimportant as long as the right configuration is delivered.


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Using multicast rather than broadcast is a performance improvement. When RIP V1 packets are broadcasted, all devices on the connected LANs receive the packets. The packets will be discarded by the network stack of any device that isn't running a RIP daemon, usually everything other than routers. But all these other devices get interrupted, and the stack has ...


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As far as I know, I use VirtualBox on Arch and it is automatically connected. Infact, I have to set it to not connect. In Windows, not exactly sure but you may want to look at some settings. First, try in VirtualBox. Select the machine you want to connect.Goto its settings then look for Network tab. See what settings you have ticked. Try starting the VM ...


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Grab a router that supports VLANs. Put each LAN on a different VLAN.


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Most home routers have 4 or more switched ports and a single WAN port. The WAN port is an ethernet port, and the router/firewall itself sits between the WAN and the local switched ports. Any of the local ports can communicate with each other in an unrestricted fashion. But for a packet to travel from the local ports to the WAN port or vice-versa, it has ...


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No, your modem has not been hacked. Based of my own experience, if you go to /index.php you will get that index page. If you just go to / then you get a login page. And just for fun, if you go to /styleguide.php you get a nice style guide ;)


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I had the same problem, running pidora 2014 (Fedora 20 remix for Raspberry Pi). The answer is basically the same as the other two given here: wpa_supplicant was running which prevented hostapd from using the device. But in case someone else finds it useful, here is the procedure I used to resolve it. In my case, wpa_supplicant was being started by ...


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You need this: Internet<===>Ubuntu Server<====>Linksys(as switch)<====>LAN. First, set your Linksys to operate as switch (check the manual or something). Connect your internet cable to Ubuntu directly. Then connect Linksys to the other port on Ubuntu. Configure NAT on Ubuntu properly and you get what you want.


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For item 3, you can simply configure your printer and NAS with static IPs and no default gateways. You can also go the extra step if your router has a firewall, you can create a rule that blocks inbound and outbound traffic to/from their IP addresses. For your other two items, there is no easy way to do that. The easiest thing to do would be to order a ...


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Even though you get 2 DNS servers, only the first is always used unless that server does not respond. The second DNS server is a fallback server. Given that the first DNS server is your router, your router is the cause for your DNS server. 8.8.4.4 is the primary server from the other devices, which is google's DNS server. If this keeps failing, either ...


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Try the following: Use the IP address instead of machine name as server. Turn off firewall on PC to test, then add a rule if needed. Use another PC with RDP client to see if that works. Ping the server PC. Use the administrator user for login. Add the user logging in to allowed RDP users. Insure RDP is enabled. If home edition you cannot do RDP into the ...


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DD-WRT is available for this router. The build type is not specified but if it's anything other than "micro" it will include PPTP VPN support. http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/D-Link_DIR-615_rev_D3 http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/What_is_DD-WRT%3F#File_Versions


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Try REDIRECT instead of DNAT as follows, iptables -A PREROUTING -p tcp -m tcp --dport 6500 -j REDIRECT --to-destination 172.16.1.1:22 Hope this helps!


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Try this, Install airstream in your mobile Install airstream pc suite in your computer from the link http://airstream.io/download/ Register with airstream in your mobile and login in to your mobile and pc with same credential Add the folders and file in pc suite and you can view the same under the Drive tab in your mobile AirStream-Suite should be allowed ...


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Make sure that both machines have DNS entries, typically your router's address. Also make sure to disable or allow echo requests (ping) through the windows firewall.


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I'm running a similar setup to what you're describing. Basically it's three components, a firewall, a router and a access point that both supports VLAN, which you sort of already figured out is needed. This three components gives you the tools to fully manage your network, like guest SSID with only WAN access and so fourth. The functionality you're asking ...



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