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Making games and utilities for personal use in the hopes that they might be useful for someone else.


May
20
comment The ipconfig command on other networked computers under same domain/workgroup
Could you please disclose your affiliation with the product according to the FAQ? Excessive self-promoting is not welcome here
Feb
27
comment Can't connect to network (wired/wireless), can't do anything about it?
I am the IT staff. It's a very small company and I've (somehow) acquired the network. Thanks for your suggestions, I'd already tried all 4, however, and none worked. I fail to see how it's off topic. It's a question about a networking issue on a corporate network.
Feb
27
awarded  Teacher
Feb
27
answered Can I connect an AP to the LAN port on a PC to provide a WLAN
Feb
27
comment Can't connect to network (wired/wireless), can't do anything about it?
I've added the OS and laptop make - I mentioned in the original question that it was on a domain and at work, so I figured people would assume a corporate network. Windows Sever 2012 runs DNS+DHCP, Ethernet through a switch and 802.11n via a different switch and a Draytek access point both have the same issue.
Feb
27
awarded  Editor
Feb
27
revised Can't connect to network (wired/wireless), can't do anything about it?
added 12 characters in body
Feb
26
asked Can't connect to network (wired/wireless), can't do anything about it?
Feb
6
awarded  Supporter
Feb
6
comment Two sources of internet
I'm not sure I quite understand what you're trying to achieve. It sounds like you have two internet connections through mobile phones, of which none, one or both may be available at any one time, and you want the NAS and TV to use whichever is available? At the very least, you need to set up a machine on the network (possibly the NAS) which acts as a gateway for any devices on the network. That way, they can all use that device and you don't have to change any more settings. After that you start getting into the realms of needing to bridge one network to two. Look at dual-wan/gateway setups.
Feb
6
comment Windows 8, brand new computer, slow internet
He is most likely a she, btw... I don't know many dudes named Catherine.
Dec
6
awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
30
answered Why does localhost and 127.0.0.1 resolve to different locations on Mac OSC 10.8?
Sep
13
awarded  Scholar
Sep
13
accepted 802.11 - g and n clients on the same network, different access points
May
5
comment 802.11 - g and n clients on the same network, different access points
Bon - I see where you're coming from, but I'm not on a 2 machine system. I've got reasonably heavy network traffic (movie streaming, gaming, TV recording, backups) between 4 machines running wireless N - a server and 3 clients. It would be worthwhile offloading the N traffic to allow the G clients to run at higher speed, and to allow the N traffic to run at full speed when I attach G devices Plus my internet is faster than G. Here's a speedtest from a couple of days ago - I'm running through my Uni LAN which can hit 95Mbps (both DL & UL) at peak. speedtest.net/result/1930629557.png
May
5
awarded  Student
May
5
asked 802.11 - g and n clients on the same network, different access points