• Why does the command IP SLA responder is unrecognized on my router?

    Can anyone tell me why does the command "IP SLA responder" is unrecognized on my router?

    pilipe5 pointsBadges:
  • Should I get a wireless adapter or a second router?

    Hi, I recently added a work space in my garage and it's a dead zone for Wi-Fi. I was wondering if it would be worth it to get a wireless adapter for my mac or if I should just go for a second router. Would the wireless adapter on the mac allow other devices to connect to Wi-Fi? Would getting a...

    Lbyas25155 pointsBadges:
  • How do I find out the gateway IP address of a WiFi network my computer is connected to wirelessly

    How do I find out the gateway IP address of a WiFi network I am connected to on my computer, through the WiFi connection only. I do not have access to the WiFi router directly to or the admin page

    Skyking7675 pointsBadges:
  • What is a router?

    what is a router

    Williams355 pointsBadges:
  • Router working with IP address

    How does my router work with my IP address?

    MulugetaJirata40 pointsBadges:
  • How to connect two lease line to a router

    I've two lease line connections with two different static IP. I want to use one lease line as a primary and the other for secondary or standby. How to do it?

    RahulSapate15 pointsBadges:
  • Find password for my router

    How do I find my password for the router?

    rzolkov5 pointsBadges:
  • Internet cafe setup

    How can I use a modem and router to start a small café?

    stephenbrightadansi5 pointsBadges:
  • Do routers change packet IP info at each hop?

    I'm taking classes for CCNA certification and think my professor may be wrong about this... She says that at each hop, the router strips the source and destination IP and updates it to reflect its IP as the source and the next router's to be the destination. But it seems to me that if that's the...

    TJEnger5 pointsBadges:
  • What path does a router need to send a message?

    How does my router determine what path it needs to send the message to get to the destination network?

    cantonism5 pointsBadges:
  • Network Connection Freezes

    For some reason, at random, among 20 PCs on my network, in the morning or during the day, the network connection stops responding for both intranet and internet communications. The only solution thus far is to remove the NIC from the Device Manager, reboot the PC, and let Windows XP Pro find the...

    DboiSOBE0 pointsBadges:
  • Preferable network scenario for layer 3 switch over router

    I hav3e learned that both layer 3 switch and router share some common feature is routing. But which network scenario is more preferable to use a Layer 3 switch compared to a router, based on real life example with diagram for a better understanding. Thanks!

    hikoe935 pointsBadges:
  • Router on a stick concept

    I need details about router on a stick concept? Would that be a viable option?

    rajwinder5 pointsBadges:
  • Should I connect a router or layer 3 switch to my MPLS network?

    Suppose I have to dimension the networking architecture of a company that has several branches and each branch communicates with the others through a MPLS network. The MPLS network is provided by a service provider. At the edge of the branches, should I connect a router or a layer 3 switch? In...

    prissever5 pointsBadges:
  • What does “DB” mean, in DB-9 serial port?

    Posted on behalf of Ben: What does "DB" mean, in DB-9 serial port?

    Margaret Rouse19,705 pointsBadges:
  • How to block a specific URL in Cisco routers

    Can you block a specific URL in Cisco routers? If so, can you tell me the steps?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Can switches, routers and servers be connected together?

    How can switches, routers and servers be connected together?

    isheja5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the difference between a switch and a router?

    If a switch can connect through WAN, what is the difference between a switch and a router?

    tamoyai5 pointsBadges:
  • Plugging two ends of network cable into single router

    At my home, can I plug two ends of my network cable into a single switch or router? If I do this, will I have any problems on my network? Thanks!

    ITKE409,090 pointsBadges:
  • Where do I find my access list for my Wi-Fi router?

    I need to access my approved access list for my Wi-Fi router but i don't know where to find it on my computer.

    AustinRowland225 pointsBadges:

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