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Linux shuts down my pc's lan port so I am unable to use wakeonlan, works with windows

I found a solution at wiki.debian.org/WakeOnLan Add an interface config file /etc/network/interfaces.d/eth0 (or modify the global interface config file /etc/network/interfaces): auto eth0 iface eth0 ...
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How can a program behave differently depending on the connection type (Wifi or LAN)?

One way that what you're describing could happen is if Spotify keeps a TCP connection (or UDP socket) open on the IP address your machine got on the Wi-Fi. Because it's associated with an IP address ...
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RDP session freezes when dialog box pops up

The issue seems to be with the audio driver. When the dialogue box appears, it usually comes with a sound. So you have to disable the audio in the RDP client. Steps: Right-click on the particular RDP ...
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Linux to Windows - can't connect to device in LAN

How do I get around to debugging this? There are two things to try, in any order: Firewall configuration. Windows comes with a firewall that's configured to block "new" inbound packets – ...
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How to best isolate computer in public LAN

Yes, you can use a NAT router to shield yourself, as described in the linked question. (This or may not be frowned upon by the network operators, not that they can reliably detect it.) But you don’t ...
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Connect multiple devices behind single LAN IP Address

Yes, that's exactly what NAT is for. Yes, you could use a dedicated router, even the cheapest consumer home gateway router, to do this. Yes, you could use Windows' built-in Internet Connection Sharing ...
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multiple wired wap from different vendor

You generally need your secondary AP (netgear) in bridge mode (or the vendor-equivalent name for the setting) to get it to forward DHCP requests from wifi clients out its lan ports. Bridge mode often* ...
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How to access local SaMBa share from WAN

Set up a VPN for my LAN. I see a few problems with it: I don't want the whole LAN to be accesible from outside, but I guess this is configurable (is it?) Your VPN server will be acting as a router, ...
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Access a LAN router while connected to a different WiFi

Steps to connect to the LAN router: Find out which subnet your LAN router uses (via its IP and subnet mask) Manually set your Ethernet adapter to the same subnet your LAN router is in. Then you ...
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Home LAN Setup - Poor transfer rate

Your Verizon boxes are using a technology called MoCA 2.5 to communicate with each other over the pre-existing coaxial cables in your house. MoCA 2.5 is capable of 2.5Gbps under ideal conditions, but ...
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How to access LAN subnets from other subnets with interzone firewalling on the same router?

I wanted the net1 - 4 subnets to be sanely numbered, which is why lan's CIDR is /19, as my understanding (which may be incorrect) is if lan was set to a subnet mask encompassing the subnets of net3 - ...
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Prioritize LAN cable to access network (shared) drives over Wi-Fi

I've vaguely got a similar setup or used one in the past. It needs a little bit of tweaking but there's a few elements here Treat the wifi and wired networks as two different subnets, say 192.168.1.x ...
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How to setup two interfaces on one NAS to isolate WAN and maximize LAN traffic speed?

NAS has only one active connection to router (one bond), part of it occupied by NAS itself (Internet-backup from NAS) and remains used by LAN clients. And it seems good idea to have two independent ...
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How to setup two interfaces on one NAS to isolate WAN and maximize LAN traffic speed?

Depending on what you want to achive, usually you should be allset by assigning different IPs to the different ports on the NAS. So if you want to access the NAS via port 1 you use it's assigned IP ...
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TP Link TL-SG108E OPNSENSE VLAN set up unsure of what

When any unknown device is plugged into the switch would it default to LAN? It will default to whichever VLAN is assigned as "untagged" on that port. (If your switch has separate "PVID&...
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Restrict access to LAN-cable of camera and door bell

Check if your router has a MAC address whitelist. That would let you restrict what can connect; however, someone determined to gain access that way would also probably be capable of getting the MAC ...
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How can cameras with RTSP like Tapo cameras be accessible from the outside?

Those cloud services aren't a direct connection from the app to camera, as this would not be able to get in to the camera through NAT and router firewall. (Services like No-IP etc. only help giving a ...
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Can I use my laptop as a monitor of PC using Ethernet LAN cable?

i think this is what you need. Extend your screen over network: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahkyEmzMNSA
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How to disable disclosing a computer name to a network?

It is actually doable on Wi-Fi adapter in Windows 10 with these 2 requirements in the registry: The MAC address of the Wi-Fi adapter need to be explicitly specified with the NetworkAddress ...
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How can a program behave differently depending on the connection type (Wifi or LAN)?

Windows doesn't manage the internet connection of a program. The program rather issues an API request in which it specifies the kind of connection that it requests. Nothing prevents a program like ...
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1 ISP 2 wifi routers LAN-LAN dropping

Run an Ethernet connection to your target location. You said you did this. Make sure the Ethernet works by itself. Make sure the subnet upstairs is the same downstairs. That will help. The first pair (...
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Unmanaged switch in home network?

I would suggest that actually you don't want a WiFi Router, you want a WiFi Access Point with a built-in two port switch. (Or a router reconfigured to be just an AP. That's often a cheaper solution ...
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Unmanaged switch in home network?

Just connect the switch to the router. Connect the NAS and PC to the swtich.
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Connecting LAN of first router to WAN of second router not working

For those having this kind of issue and are just looking for solution it's to start quick setup on tplink router and the router will resolve the ip problem that was the issue in the question. The ...
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Is it possible to expose a LAN machine on the internet even with a shared WAN IP?

It is not possible, because you're not in control of the device that has the public IP address. Features like routing, "DMZ", and/or "port forwarding" on your router rely on the ...
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Cannot login through ssh from same lan

Based on it hanging on expecting SSH2_MSG_KEX_ECDH_REPLY, I found similar replies here: https://serverfault.com/questions/210408/cannot-ssh-debug1-expecting-ssh2-msg-kex-dh-gex-reply/848953#848953 It ...
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UDP broadcast not working for one PC in the LAN

Finally found my problem. I noticed that if I did the broadcast to 192.168.0.255 instead of 255.255.255.255 it worked. Then upon further investigation I noticed that the ipconfig command returned a ...
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