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Sep
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accepted How can I use a router as a wireless access point?
Sep
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comment How can I use a router as a wireless access point?
I will try later, I am not at home. I am wondering won't it cause networking issues with p2p and such.
Sep
10
comment How can I use a router as a wireless access point?
I turned wifi off on original router, so this is not an issue. I think the problem is that if I open 192.168.1.1 I see different control panels if I refresh the page.
Sep
10
comment How can I use a router as a wireless access point?
That is exactly what I did and now I have problems.
Sep
9
comment How can I use a router as a wireless access point?
Also my PC sees different control panels at 192.168.1.1, as if routers can't figure out who should occupy the address.
Sep
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asked How can I use a router as a wireless access point?
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Jun
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accepted uTorrent causes DNS to stop working occasionally
Jun
11
comment uTorrent causes DNS to stop working occasionally
@JeremyW could you either add another answer with this explanation or edit our first (because it is not relevant to the real question anymore). Our question explains why it is so in the internals, so I would like to award bounty to you.
Jun
11
comment uTorrent causes DNS to stop working occasionally
@killermist while I agree with our edits, the question is no longer how can I have both uTorrent and DNS, because I gave an answer, question is more why it is so.
Jun
11
comment uTorrent causes DNS to stop working occasionally
@JeremyW that's finally looks like answer. But lowering half-open connection limit didn't help, I set them to 10 but still DNS failed to work properly.
Jun
11
comment uTorrent causes DNS to stop working occasionally
This is correct in general, but in this case it was not the issue. All uploads and downloads were paused. So uTorrent generated only its service traffic. The problem was that somehow uTorrent forced false positive alert on router's firewall.
Jun
11
comment uTorrent causes DNS to stop working occasionally
When you have timeouts on requests I am not sure that Wireshark could help. From client side it looks like DNS server just ignores requests, but router drops either requests or responses because of some false positive alert on IP flood.
Jun
11
comment uTorrent causes DNS to stop working occasionally
@harrymc I didn't know that at the beginning, when asked a question. Once I found that it is uTorrent is causing troubles I immediately added it to question text.
Jun
10
answered uTorrent causes DNS to stop working occasionally
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