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I happen to know the perfect solution :-) try this: http://superbe.am/for-pc/ that little app will help you transfer files bet. PC & S2 easily using wifi-direct there is "feem" also, but I did not try it to be honest.... http://www.tryfeem.com/index.html


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As long as it will fit one of the many internal or external ports on your motherboard. The TP-Link TL-WDN4800 is a PCI express card. Your Motherboard has PCI Express cards. You'lll be fine.


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Reference WirelessKeyView v1.70 - Recover lost wireless network key WirelessKeyView recovers all wireless network security keys/passwords (WEP/WPA) stored in your computer by the 'Wireless Zero Configuration' service of Windows XP or by the 'WLAN AutoConfig' service of Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2008. It allows you to ...


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I'm assuming that the DSL modem is also doing NAT. Based on that, you have a couple of options. A: See if CenturyLink can configure the DSL modem to be a bridge so you can let your wireless router be the actual NAT router. You would have to configure your router with the correct WAN information (DHCP, static IP, etc) It would then go DSL modem (any ...


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Of course I figured this out right after asking... To anyone else trying to achieve this, a (somewhat) device independent library has been developed for this: LORCON


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If you didn't rewrite the flash for it, the 5Ghz emitter may have been damaged. Either that, and/or there's very heavy interference on that frequency (that would of caused the problems initially). Anyway, to be sure, go to Basic > Network > Wireless (5Ghz) > Check Enable > Save Button; then, set your wireless to N-only mode and see if there's ...


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With XP, when your machine is initially connected to AP1 (the cable modem on channel X) and attempts to shift connection to AP2 (your wireless router on channel Y), the connection fails because your adapter is expecting to connect to SSID with Passphrase on Frequency 2.4ghz Channel X and is instead connected to SSID with Passphrase on Frequency 2.4ghz ...


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Sounds like you might have a wireless encryption issue, you might check the logs of your Hotspot to see your MAC address on your computer is Authenticating and then Deauthenticating. If that is the case you might want to setup another SSID on the hotspot and try changing the encryption to WPA2 (pre shared key) - you said you got a new adaptor, and it should ...


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Answer: Figured this out with help from coworkers; I needed to add the mapping on my laptop to make this work. Ran a batch file as Administrator including something like this: ; This batch file should be run as Admin route add 10.0.105.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.0.1 route add 10.0.104.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.0.1 Then I'm able to use both the ...


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Your computer route network traffic based on a routing table. Usually, Ethernet is expected to be the shortest path, WiFi is the next shortest path, and then mobile broadband devices. It's so that you get the fastest connection when plugged in with Ethernet cable, and you don't get charged for mobile broadband when connected to WiFi. In your case, the ...


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Well it seems like an error in the web server code whereby it wasn't handling fragmented requests - another PITFA chalked up to those pesky Elbonian code slaves. Far too much hackery has gone on to post a solution here that would be of any use/interest to anyone not using this particular Elbonian SDK but the gist of it was to buffer an entire request before ...


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If you are talking about connection with tablet or android phone, I use this app. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=co.uk.syslynx.wifiwebloginapp&hl=en


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Go to Settings (Charms Bar) -> Change PC settings -> Network -> Manage Known Networks. Select your <networkname> and press forget. Reconnect your network again and the suffix 2 will be removed.


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There are 2 probable causes. One is your network configuration, the other is the firewall configuration. 1) Check your subnets. If you're using a 255.255.255.0 for both, they cannot communicate without the use of a gateway. I recommend you keep both computers on the same subnet, or increase the size of your subnet. If you change your subnet to 255.255.0.0 ...


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I'd consider a few things 1) turn on AP isolation on your wireless router if available- this keeps wired connections from seeing wired connections and vice versa 2) If you're using windows file sharing you can turn it off per adaptor on windows. With samba you can play with hosts allow/hosts deny/bind interfaces - edit the block that looks something like ...


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Is there a router on your cabled network? Your file transfer traffic is going through the wireless because most likely that's the only route that your PCs know, to get to one another. To achieve what you are looking to do, you first will need a Router, configure your PCs to connect to it accordingly. Then look into configuring your Ethernet NIC to use a ...


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It is very likely that your employer is using some sort of "rogue mitigation" component of their wireless infrastructure. These will typically work by "spoofing" the devices on the rogue network and sending management frames that cause the client and/or AP to drop the connection. This has long been a "gray" feature legally, with most vendors saying it is ...


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It could be that your home router is broadcasting at G or N and her wireless card isn't compatible, can she see the SSID of the router on the list? Look into what type of signal your router uses (802.11/b/g or whatever) and then compare that with with the types supported by the wireless card in her laptop.


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You should not be able to see your broadcast SSID if your Wireless Access PSo oint is turned off. Most consumer-grade "Wireless routers" are actually 3 devices built into one: a Router a Wireless Access Point an ethernet switch (not all routers have built in switch, but most newer ones do) So unless you have dedicated Router and Access Point, for this ...


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from the iwconfig man page: rate/bit[rate] *For cards supporting multiple bit rates, set the bit-rate in b/s.* The bit-rate is the speed at which bits are transmitted over the medium, the user speed of the link is lower due to medium sharing and various overhead. (Emphasis added) Not all ...


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Roaming Agressiveness was my problem. I followed the instructions in this PDF and it worked perfectly for Windows 8. From PDF: How to Lower Roaming Aggressiveness Using Windows XP Right-click the wireless icon in the system tray (lower right); select Open Network Connections Right-click your Wireless Network Connection; select Properties Click the ...


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As you open your browser. Does bitdefender detect anything n move a file/s to quarantine? If so,Then it is likely caused by malware affecting all your browsers (chrome,explorer,etc). I suggest you take a brief look at all your softwares in control panel / uninstall software. Anything suspicious, research, and remove it if its unwanted malware.


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Because VLAN support is not a common requirement for home 802.11 gear, and because the Wi-Fi certification program doesn't test it, you'll probably find that a lot of consumer gear doesn't support it or has showstopper bugs. Especially when sending a full-size 1500 byte frame that's VLAN tagged, as the VLAN tag makes the frame a few bytes longer than the ...


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On Linux, you can verify if (and under what conditions) your adapter supports simultaneous STA and AP operation by examining the output of iw phy<n> info where n is the number of your adapter, e.g. phy0. In the output, there is a section called valid interface combinations; here is an example of an adapter that supports simultaneous STA and AP ...


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There are multiple possible causes. With the network setup that you specified, Paul's comment is right: port forwarding is required. This is the most likely problem. Check that your router config will forward ports to your internal address. How you do that will depend on what router you use. You'll need to know the internal IP address of your machine. ...


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You can do that from the terminal. But first your laptop's network card must support AP (access point). Check out this question on ubuntu forum how to do that. Also you will find there how to set it up. But in case you want to share the connection from the same card you are connected with the other windows laptop, that can be done only with some cards only. ...


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After much aggravation, and trying all the power management options, I discovered that windows was using more than one utility to manage the wireless adapter. After exiting the trendnet utility and disabling it from starting up in the system configuration utility, I restarted the computer to find the problem solved. The clue that led me to this was ...


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probably default firmware is not able to do that, but personally I always choose routers which are able to run 3rd party firmware. Luckily your router is supported by one of the best 3rd party firmwares: DD-WRT. You can check the support status by entering "N12" into search field here: http://www.dd-wrt.com/site/support/router-database And here are ...


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Enter registry editor. "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" "SYSTEM" "CurrentControlSet" "Services" "Dhcp" Double click on "DependOnService" Delete everything in the words in text area, except "Afd", and click OK. Get back to "Services" "EapHost" 2x click on "DependOnService" Remove everything in the text area. This should fix it.


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It could be possible that a neighbor has a wifi router on the same channel as yours. If his router has a transmit power higher than the transmit power of your router, then his signal is overshadowing yours. A wifi scanner on your ubuntu laptop can give you graphical description of the existing wifis around you with power and channel parameters. If you find ...


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Windows Servers, including 2012 R2, have a feature called Routing and Remote Access that you can enable. It can do everything you asked and more.


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Network devices are listed twice in the list of "Devices and Users" if they automatically obtained their IP settings from the FRITZ!Box (DHCP client) once and on another occasion were connected to the FRITZ!Box with IP addresses that were manually assigned to them. This is not an error on the part of the FRITZ!Box. If these duplicate entries bother ...


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You are making this more complicated than this needs to be. If your laptop's wired internet connection is cutting out and your Android is still connected to WiFi, then your internet connection is what is being flaky. Remember, WiFi is the medium your Android is connected to the router, it has nothing to do with the internet connection itself. If the door ...


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I was having the same problem on my device (Tenda W300D) with r44093. I found that the Mac Address had been pre-configured wrong so I changed: /sys/class/ieee80211/phy0/macaddress from 00:00:00:00:00:00 To the Mac on the bottom of my router: c8:3a:52:75:51:08 then /var/run/hostapd-phy0.conf to bssid=c8:3a:52:75:51:08 Finaly ...


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You can not merge the bandwidth of two connections into a single connection. But you can divide the received data between connections. That way you get will get download speeds. It will work on download accelerators, torrents and protocols that used multiple connections. I have written a guide on how to merge broadband connections based on Load balancing. ...


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First of all, thanks for a very interesting question, even without the possibility of a poltergeist. Let me summarise my understanding of your situation (please correct me if I'm wrong) before I offer some suggestions to isolate the cause (I can't be sure, without having physically looked at your setup, that something strange isn't going on). In your room ...


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Maybe there's some way to fix it, but if you can't fix it and your computer is a desktop computer, get a 4-port PCI Express USB expansion card. I don't think you can get one of these cards anymore in a brick and mortar store, because these cards were mostly available back when motherboards without built-in USB ports were still being manufactured, but you can ...


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You did not specify how you configured MR3020 router, but it seems like the WAN interface will connect to your USR router wirelessly. In this case, you have to put your MR3020 router and IP cameras to a different subnet (i.e. 192.168.2.*). Then you can setup port forwarding on your MR3020 to forward specific ports to each camera individually. The WAN port ...


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Even if they have the same SSID they will broadcast different MAC addresses, so I don't think it's an issue with distinguishing the two. It's more likely that the Acer's roaming sensitivity/aggressiveness is set too high. When a computer sees multiple access points broadcasting the same SSID, it will connect to the one with stronger signal. If later the ...


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802.1X only applies to the main network an Apple base stations. Also, on the Apple base stations, 802.1X requires RADIUS. They are not independent.


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What it sounds like you are really looking for are access points that function as a mesh wireless network (or a non-802.11 specific article). Typically in a mesh network the access points are dual-band or have two radios. One of the radios/frequencies is used to provide the "backhaul" or the uplink between the two access points. The second radio is ...


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By definition, you are trying to set up a repeater. The only thing that differentiates it from an access point is that its uplink is also coming from a wireless signal instead of Ethernet. You can still name the repeated network with a different name than the primary one. This should prevent the issue of connecting to the weaker network by accident ...


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You have a couple choices. 1. Get a dual-WAN router. They can be configured to use one of the Internet connections as primary and the other as failover. If the primary goes down it'll automatically route traffic to the secondary until the primary comes back up. 2. Connect the second connection to your network with DHCP turned off on it's router (you may ...


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I assume you might have the following 2 uses with the Wi-Fi connection: 1. For accessing the internet connection of the PC and 2. To access the files on the device. Solution for option 1: Download Connectify or mHotspot software for the PC and setup it up (which is fairly easy to do). You can connect your device to the Wi-Fi network and access internet. ...


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Is it an intel device? I dont know if it works on other vendors but my tool is Intel My Wifi Dashbord. Its easy to work and free. Link to High Quality Image Pleas note that This app needs some requirements as mentioned here: https://communities.intel.com/message/190926 https://communities.intel.com/thread/29267


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Your devices cannot talk to each other because it is the campus wifi, not your personal wifi. As Big Chris said, this is a security feature that keep others from accessing your devices as well. If you want personal wifi you will need to purchase your own internet service complete with a wireless router of your own. OR you could purchase something like a ...


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I've found this page: https://www.freebsd.org/releases/10.1R/hardware.html, where we can read the next information: The bwi(4) driver supports Broadcom BCM43xx based wireless devices, including: Apple Airport Extreme Apple Airport Extreme ... So I can say that you have to choose bwi instead of bwn.


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For Ubuntu 14.04, there is the option right in the connect menu. Click on the Wi-Fi icon at the top-right corner of your screen and then click on the Create new Wi-Fi network It opens the dialog box, where you can give it the name, protection method and password. So there is no need to install any other package like connectify. And as for the second ...


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Could the wired AP provide the same SSID and thus the same network essentially. Is this a specific feature or should this be available on all modern wireless access points? Almost all APs, even the cheapest ones will let you set whatever SSID you want. But as @Tetsujin mentioned, you don't want to just pray your devices connect to the right AP at ...



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