• How to boost the signal on a Netgear Wireless-N router?

    I have installed a Netgear Wireless-N router in my church and it works fine for the laptop computer across the hall. However, the computer 100-200 feet away cannot access the Internet. How can I boost the wireless signal so that the computer down the hall can connect?

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  • Should I make a relay network?

    I share an apartment with my roommate. The main modem is in the living room and the Wi-Fi isn't that good in my bedroom. So I thought of just doing an ethernet connection. But it's way too far. My thought was to make a relay network. Is that a good idea? Thank you very much

    ITKE1,052,130 pointsBadges:
  • What Wi-Fi router should I choose?

    Currently, I have a Belkin for my Wi-Fi router. But I recently put in a smart TV in my bedroom and the Wi-Fi isn't too good (along with the connection). Should I upgrade my router? If so, what would everyone recommend?

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  • Internet speed is slow on multiple devices

    Within my Internet package, I'm allowed up to 60 MBPS (speed wise). And I recently checked the speed of my laptop (connected through ethernet port and router) and it was at that range. However, all of my other devices (connected through Wi-Fi) are showing around 20 MBPS. The devices are terribly...

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  • Station with a mac address 00:11:22:33:44:55 shown on wireless clients

    station with a mac address 00:11:22:33:44:55 shown on wireless clients: Multiple Clients have same Mac address 00:11:22:33:44:55 I guessed it might be an issue from some of the NIC manufacturers.I am wondering what is the impact to the users on the wireless network will be? If two users have the...

    Truth5 pointsBadges:
  • How to see hidden WLAN password

    This is kind of embarrassing but I just forgot the password to my wireless network on the D-Link router. When I try to login and find the WLAN password, it's hidden. I really don't want to go ahead and change it because all my house phones are connected to it. Is there any way I can get it not...

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  • Wireless networking for emails

    Is there any wireless intranet mailing system in which we send mail to any authorized personal withing organization and without a internet?

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  • Which one is best for wireless network: Mac or IP?

    Which one is best for a wireless network: Mac or IP?

    hinaumbrin5 pointsBadges:
  • How to boost wireless network?

    How can I boost my wireless network? Any ideas?

    tlakaconny9915 pointsBadges:
  • Connect landline phone connection transfer by wireless network

    How can I connect a landline phone connection transfer by wireless network. The distance between two places 7km. Only for landline call.

    Nasir864350 pointsBadges:
  • How to make same SSID’s to not to interfere

    Hi All. My machine is configured with 2 Access points with same SSID's Aruba AP Hostapd (wlan0_0 ) Whenever my machine connects to Aruba client is supposed to connect Aruba AP if not it should connect to softAp For that I did port down of hostapd say wlan0_0 down whenever we connects to aruba. But...

    NarendraSidharth5 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi/client-bridge/subnets?

    Ive got the basics on home networking down pretty well but when it comes to subnets, I get lost. Here's the scenario. WWW--> router 1-->gateway 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0, wireless G AP, set to auto dhcp, max 50 clients, and has 2-3 hosts (2 cat5, 1 wifi) set to auto config dhcp. Lets call...

    Contrive5 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless and the perfect tool set

    Okay, my home network is setup so that I have my two desktops plugged in via ethernet and two laptops accessing my router via wireless. I'm using all sorts of programs at the moment to analyse my network and monitor IP addresses, etc. But, I still find my network attached to a MAC address other...

    Alucard5 pointsBadges:
  • Project management, network design for public hotspot

    I want to provide a public hot spot at my restaurant but I need to protect the computers that are on the wired LAN created by the WAP router. I need to protect the wired devices from unauthorized access but still provide authorized access for PC-Anywhere and video surveillance cameras. How can I do...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Too many Wi-Fi users?

    In my neighborhood, I see seven wireless access points with strong signals. That's only the access points, I have no idea how many users. In such a situation, one would expect collisions and intermittent lost connections. That's what I see. Any way to confirm that the lost connections are in fact...

    Rklanke1,250 pointsBadges:
  • With both wired and wireless network connection, prefer to go wired, but metric doesn’t always work.

    When a laptop has both wireless and wired connection at the same time, we want to make sure the network traffic is going through the ethernet cable first instead of going via air. A lot of research was telling me that Windows has the preferred route to higher throughput interface. I found this to...

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  • Network issues for wireless LAN

    Hi all, I'm running a wireless LAN in my rental property. I have a monthly limit of 25 gig and 3 tenants in total. I'm wondering if there is software available to cap each IP or user to 5-7 gig per month? Obviously the cheaper the better but I don't mind paying a bit more for a user friendly...

    JoshHilder5 pointsBadges:
  • What type of wireless nic is needed for a 802.3an network

    I am setting up a LAN with 10gbase-t standards. Will wireless devices (tablet PCs, laptops) work on this?

    Jabaririch5 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up wireless network at a remote office

    When setting up my wireless network at a remote office what steps should I take to make sure it is secure and no one else can access the routers web console and change port forwarding and firewall rules? Is there a check list somewhere?

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  • Network monitoring tool to alert when the network is too saturated?

    Is there a network monitoring tool to alert me to when my network becomes too saturated and recommend what to do like spit more subnets or set up VLANs? How can I view collisions and the such?

    ITKE1,052,130 pointsBadges:

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