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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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In the end, it is fairly simple. Note your external IP address. Update your DNS records as needed to point your domain to your IP address. Port Forward port 80 and 443 to the webserver. Make sure nothing else such as a firewall is blocking traffic. If your ISP allows port 80 traffic, and your web server is serving the site correctly, then it should work. ...


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Assuming you can get to your gateway from the Internet, you'll need to setup port forwarding on your router to send traffic to your vm. This only answers the second half of the question. If you're really behind a NAT by your isp, you'll need to contact them to find out if they will let you access your computer externally like you want. If you can, they ...


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You can download AdvancedTomato for E4200v1 from: https://advancedtomato.com/downloads/router/e4200v1 Its essentially Shibby's mod with a more modern UI. Couple of things: You'll need to assign static IPs to all your clients. IP traffic and Bandwidth monitoring are kept separate. You can enable one and not the other. Its best to store your bandwidth ...


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I probably should have thought of this earlier, but the answer was simply to update the driver for the wireless card.


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WiFi Access Points are to be attached to a wired network so that Wifi enabled devices can attach to the network. WiFi Repeaters catch existing WiFi network signals and repeat them to increase the range of the WiFi netowrk, so that WiFi enabled devices can connect to the network from a farther distance. You want to plug a device into your Ethernet-only ...


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Yes, this is possible and it is described very well in to the router manual Page 19, point 12: Change the default connection method: a. Select ADVANCED > Setup > WAN Setup b. From the WAN Preference menu, select Must use Ethernet WAN


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I would add that if your new ac router is an Apple Airport Extreme 6th generation it can operate concurrently at 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz enabling all your devices to connect through it (it will create two SSID's). Wikipedia entry on Airport Extreme There may be other routers that provide the same functionality but I can only speak to the Airport Extreme for ...


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If you debug the router webpage, in the administration tab you can see that the ssh row is hidden with style display:none; You can go through telnet and set the values with nvram set sshd-enabled=1 nvram set sshd-port=22 You can find those values in the apache server of the router, checking the source code of the router webpage.


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DHCP clients are allocated leases that last for some period of time. If lease time not expires and client not send DHCP Release you view entry in "DHCP Client list". To view the actual alive the host on the network, you can watch the presence of ARP record. To quickly remove obsolete entries from the lease database, you can specify a shorter DHCP Lease time, ...


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See if you cant find the old firmware and flash that back. Sometimes downgrading isn't allowed but its worth a try.


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You have tagged this wireless, so, I'll make an assumption that is how you connect. Have you tried connecting via wire/ethernet to see if you get a good speed? As for wireless, it could be one of a number of things, the most common being that Your Laptop/Desktop have been nocked and antenna misaligned/broken, Your equipment is unfortunately old and ...


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Are you sure it's not n? Check this at the command prompt. > netsh wlan show interfaces If it is not already 802.11n then check the wifi properties: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/enable-802-11n-mode-wireless-connection-windows-8


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This router is very low-end so it doesn't have a PPPoE Passthrough feature. Unfortunately, I had to return it to the shop.


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Which Binatone router are you using? From windows, you could write a quick script to ping every IP in your range (196.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.255 or similar) and then run the arp -a command on your computer which will give you a list of all mac addresses you have connected to? Alternatively, your router may have ARP enabled which will allow you to see - or ...


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I learned that I had to disable DHCP and give the router an IP address that would not be assigned to any other device. The first thing you have realize here is that you have basically configured your 'wireless router' (aka AP) as a wireless bridge. Bridging the Ethernet to Wifi. Your AP does not actually require an valid IP address on your network at ...


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Does power can be supplied by the LAN port of wifi router? No. PoE requires approximately 45 VoltsDC to be sent over the UTP cable. The typical wireless router uses a 12VDC supply, although using a DC-to-DC converter could be possible but not likely. And that would require a power-supply larger than the typical 20-30W power adapter (e.g. 12V at 2.5A ...


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After a lot of research and a lot of possible solutions tried... I recommend others to do these (in this order) : Make sure setup for the connection using the router, is fine. Make sure you enter the correct credentials. (Setup was fine in my case as I wasn't able to connect using my PC, but was fine using my phone) Try to connect with other device than ...


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Your question is a little hard to understand... But, I will take a shot: POE is a complicated topic, to begin with, the picture you show actually shows ubiquity passive POE... This is incompatible with the normal POE. To explain - Passive POE is a much cheaper method (Read here), as there is no negotiation with the device - if it is on, the POE injector is ...


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It's a probable software issue. here's the things you can check: take a look at here and consider the precautions. some routers have a feature called Smart Beam. it actually focuses signal on a single client to improve its functionality. Make sure if QoS is turned off in your router. it'll prioritize bandwidth for connected clients. hope it works :)


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Yes, all simultaneous dual-band APs (access points, a.k.a. wireless routers) can do this. Just make sure to set the same network name (SSID), security type (e.g. WPA2 Personal) and pass phrase for both bands. By the way, the IEEE 802.11 standard leaves the band selection up to the client. When there are multiple APs publishing the same SSID, the client ...


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I had the same problem when I was using wifi tethering on my Android phone. When I tethered with usb internet was fast but when I used wifi tethering internet speed was extremely low. So what I did. Go to Computer Properties and then go to Device Manager. In Device Manager go to Network Adapter and expand it. Now find your wifi driver. something like ...


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Many properties are affected! First and foremost, your regulatory compliance is affected! If you increase the gain of your antenna without a compensating loss (for instance, by putting a lossier coax run in as well), you may end up exceeding permissible limits. In the U.S., this is governed by the FCC Start with ...


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consider that if you improve the range, you're also increasing the probability of interference from other wireless devices (because you're suddenly receiving them better as well). Antennas do affect bandwidth. If the antenna is designed for the device, it shouldn't be an issue. Bandwidth issues you might experience would more likely be from error ...


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You need to ensure the following: You need to run NAT (Network address Translation) on Computer A on the WIFI interface - presumably you would use "connection sharing" in Windows. You would treat your WIFI router as an Access Point + Switch - you want to disable DHCP on it as Computer A would be doing the connection sharing. You would also want to ensure ...


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What you are talking about is a Wireless Broadband or a Fixed Wireless and also known as Wireless mesh network . Also it is called a point-to-multipoint network. Wireless Broadband Network A term you may recognize in association with wireless broadband internet service includes wireless network. A wireless network is a single broadband internet ...


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Try manually adding a wireless profile with the wireless settings from the router. Quite often the wireless wizard in windows fails to detect the encryption, so manually adding a wireless profile gets around this.



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