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With WiFi you will never get real world speeds (or throughput) near to the advertised speeds of the device. When you read on the box "up to 150Mbps" this is not talking about throughput, but rather c …
answered Mar 30 '13 by YLearn
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Initially, all these domains and subdomains would need to pointed at the IP address through DNS. For web pages, almost any web server can do this, the exact implementation/configuration depends on …
answered Apr 3 '13 by YLearn
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There must be some key piece of information that is missing here, because it doesn't quite add up for me. However, I wouldn't suspect your neighboring WiFi networks for the following reasons: 1) Onl …
answered Mar 30 '13 by YLearn
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There have been many driver issues with Windows 8 and wireless. Make sure you check to see if there is any driver updates from any of the following (unfortunately, Windows does not have an easy way t …
answered May 14 '13 by YLearn
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I would make sure of the following: The firmware on the router is up to date. The drivers on the laptop are up to date. The first is generally a simple check with the manufacturer of the router. …
answered May 12 '13 by YLearn
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Not having alot of details, my first guess would be that there are duplicate file names. Copy in a acript will not prompt for overwrite and will skip the file.
answered Mar 31 '13 by YLearn
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QoS can be rather a complicated topic, luckily this one has a simple answer. While the documentation is rather straight forward, I can't say how this will impact your actual experience. For one thin …
answered Mar 30 '13 by YLearn
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Not entirely familiar with HP Procruve APs, and not entirely clear on which MAC address you are referring to as provided by the vendor. However, most enterprise vendors use the wired interface's MAC …
answered Mar 30 '13 by YLearn
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Since I you asked here rather than someplace like http://serverfault.com, I am going to assume you are more of a home user with this special need. To avoid anything complicated, such as policy based …
answered Apr 3 '13 by YLearn
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Most of the Acer Aspire 5750 line used an Atheros chipset, not an Intel chipset, so double check what you have installed (you should be able to open the laptop and see the wifi card). If it is Athero …
answered May 9 '13 by YLearn
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I would guess that you have turned up the transmit power on the router too high. While this increases the range that the station can see the router, it doesn't make it any more visible to the router. …
answered May 9 '13 by YLearn
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This should work fine. However, to be safe you should probably use a powered USB hub rather than a power adapter as typically used for charging a mobile device as some of them are designed to use non …
answered May 13 '13 by YLearn
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Actually, this most likely has nothing to do with routing. What is probably in place is wireless client isolation or wireless-to-wireless blocking. This is a feature that is often implemented on wir …
answered Apr 8 '13 by YLearn
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You don't mention a number of factors (for instance, the camera specs - 802.11g or 802.11n, how many antennas/radio chains, how many spatial streams, etc), however there are two things I would look at …
answered Apr 6 '13 by YLearn
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I haven't come across this particular product line before, but wireless networking is always interesting in how many innovations occur all the time trying to improve some aspect of wireless (better co …
answered Apr 6 '13 by YLearn

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