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Apr
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revised Why does my Linksys WRT54G have three MAC addresses?
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Apr
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asked Why does my Linksys WRT54G have three MAC addresses?
Apr
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revised Which layer of network stack does access point operate?
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comment Which layer of network stack does access point operate?
Thanks. WHy doesn't a AP operate just in layer 1 but in 2? A link it says "In a sense, it's very much like a hub in that it pays no attention to the data that crosses it - it simply sends everything that it receives on a wired connection to the wireless transmitter and everything that it receives wirelessly is sent to the wired connection." The book says hub operates in layer 1.
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revised Which layer of network stack does access point operate?
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asked Which layer of network stack does access point operate?
Apr
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accepted what is RouterOS used for in my network?
Apr
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comment what is RouterOS used for in my network?
Is 192.168.0.2 in my internal network or in the external network (i.e. the Internet) or some intermediate network?
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comment what is RouterOS used for in my network?
done. Could you explain the output?
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comment what is RouterOS used for in my network?
I don't have tracert on my Ubuntu. Which package to install?
Apr
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comment Relation between wireless network's frequency, speed, and range?
Do you call the freq range from 2.412GHz to 2.462GHz (offered as channel options in my router) "a 2.4GHz spec"?
Apr
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comment Relation between wireless network's frequency, speed, and range?
" if an N router is configured for B/G/N it will only operate in 2.4GHz. Most routers can only operate at one frequency for all connections, so if you allow a 2.4GHz spec on your network, then it has to run everything at 2.4." My router is G router (supports G, B and their mix). Its channel options vary from channel 1 (2.412GHz) to 11 (2.462GHz), doesn't it not just operate on one frequency?
Apr
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comment Relation between wireless network's frequency, speed, and range?
Thanks. (1) My router is linksys WRT54GL. Its options for channel are 1 (2.412GHz) to 11 (2.462GHz). Does it mean that the router will not create a wireless network with 5GHz? (2) My router supports "Mixed", "B-only" and "G-only" network mode. Is 5GHz only supported by 802.11a, not by 802.11b or 802.11g?
Apr
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asked Relation between wireless network's frequency, speed, and range?
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comment what is RouterOS used for in my network?
each ip is for a different version of RouterOS.
Apr
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comment what is RouterOS used for in my network?
Thanks! How can I find out the my local internal network's internal ip range?
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asked what is RouterOS used for in my network?
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