Can my router provide IP addresses with an internet received via wifi?
You are looking for what's called WISP mode, which stands for "Wireless Internet Service Provider". In this mode, a Wireless port of the WiFi router acts as the WAN port, connecting to a ...
Translating a domain name into a IP Address
No - you can't translate a domain name to an IP address just by looking at the last ".". You also don't need to run tracert. This system does not work quite how I expect you think it ...
How do I prove I am the only owner of an ip address so that no one else can associate it with other domain names?
To directly answer your question, you do not. DNS makes no assertions about how IPs can be used by their registrants, or really anyone else. No one is going to ask you to prove ownership of an IP on ...
NAT masquerade refuses to work on Link-Local network
I found a way to work around this issue when using Network Manager. The link scope is unfortunately hardcoded in Network Manager on the following line of code which automatically selects the scope ...
NAT not working properly with more LANs - source address is replaced with LAN gateway IP
while NAT is supposed to keep it unchanged but it seems that RouterOS actually doesn't keep up with that rule. It seems that RouterOS does exactly what your NAT rules specify. What you have in your ...
IP Routes to connect to every subnets in the local network
Would it be possible to create IP routes to get all the packets in my local network without changing the IP address and the subnet ? No, routes will not help you get all the packets. They only help ...
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