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The Main Steps for connecting wireless router to switch -->Plug one end of the first Ethernet cable into one of the free ports on the router. -->Plug the other end of the first Ethernet cable into Port 1 on the Ethernet switch. Plug one end of the second Ethernet cable into one of the free ports on the Ethernet switch. -->Plug the other end of the second ...


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Speaking as a wireless network admin, the short course on 2.4: In most of the world, there are only 3 2.4 GHz channels you should ever use: 1, 6, 11 All the rest of them overlap - the idea that adjacent channels should not interfere with each other is broken in the 2.4 spectrum - accept it and move on. There are only 3, and they are called 1, 6 and 11. ...


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Well, what your ISP is saying is "Don't share your internet connection, we want to sell you one each". 2 Media converters for fibre seems odd - the topology most fibre ISPs (in singapore) use is an ONT (which will take one fibre input, and will let you use one of its ports to connect to your gear) to a consumer router to everything else. Even if it was a ...


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A solid orange light means you are not getting proper connection from your internet. so you need to follow these steps. make sure your router is properly connected to the modem. Powercycle your router and modem and wait for 1 minute. Now open your router setup page by typing the router ip address and go to WAN settings. Now in the dns zone type the ip ...



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