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  • Does a typical router modify the L2 header (MAC address)?

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  • HP printer printing garbage continuously

    The printers are shared in a WAN and they print garbage pages, and it can only be stopped by stopping the printers. It uses Active directory accounts to order print jobs in the network. What do u think would be the solution? Thanks in advance for all your replies!

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  • The internet speed on one computer is fast, but the other is slow.

    Hi, I have a computer that connects to the internet and after some tests can have between 130-160 mb/s download, connected to an Ethernet. My laptop is in the other room, right next to the router, and it can only get 10 mb/s, max. I am connected by wifi, which I understand isn't going to be as fast...

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  • Is outsourcing a thing of the past?

    With more and more companies retracting from their outsourcing strategy to bring core technical skills back in house what is the future model of outsourcing professional services? Additionally, with the ease cloud computing and automation services is outsourcing a concept of the past? I am working...

    Cdel12245 pointsBadges:
  • Advantages of piggy backing (networking)

    What are the advantages of piggy backing?

    kristofina5 pointsBadges:
  • Recover corrupted SQL log file

    From a few days, I am not able to access my SQL log files. Is there any corruption in these? I am not able to figure out. Please suggest some measures.

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  • Network Protection

    Is Network Protection a necessity? Will it prevent others from accessing my IP address and my computer?

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  • Why do I get faster internet than I pay?

    Why do I get faster internet than I pay? I pay for 25 download and 5 upload and I'm getting 30 download and like 7 upload and sometimes 10.

    usernameeeee10 pointsBadges:
  • Pricing on Facebook and Google Submarine cables

    Anyone aware of the pricing for capacity ( or fibres) on the planned African submarine cables for Facebook and Google

    nherrity5 pointsBadges:
  • How to check the loop in Cisco switch

    How do I check the loop in Cisco switch?

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  • Shared wifi in small building security

    I live in a small building with shared wifi. I recently had to reinstall windows 10 because i discovered a device with an unknown mac address on the network that granted itself elevated administrative permissions on my pc over the last few weeks. My pc which i thought was secure was not. I do not...

    lastguyatechobase5 pointsBadges:
  • Could making a website affect my internet at home?

    Hi, I recently started a blog on TMD Hosting service, and I wanted to know if this could have affected my home internet connection? About a month after I started my blog, 2 of the devices using my home internet connection started having connection issues, and I wanted to know if this could have...

    Sheldon2225 pointsBadges:
  • VPN Questions

    Hello I am thinking in getting a vpn service like expressvpn but I have some questions. 1-what is better when it comes to quality and service, is it a vpn app or a vpn router? 2- does a vpn router has a kill switch? 3-and since we cant install a vpn on apple tv (3rd gen) that means i need to use...

    zip4kis5 pointsBadges:
  • What does speed mean in Wi-Fi status

    In network and sharing center, then I click on my SSID, it says my Wi-Fi status IPv4 connectivity internet, media state, SSID, duration, signal quality, and all that but one says speed and it says 72Mbps what does that mean cause I don't have 72Mbps. I have 25Mbps so I don't know. Does anyone know...

    usernameeeee10 pointsBadges:
  • What are the three components that must conform to the same socket type?

    list 3 component that must conform to the same socket type

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  • apple drops out from wireless network

    Have set up an ADSL service thru LinkSys WAG54 gateway, works perfectly with XP/SP2 PCs, but an Apple laptop of recent model connects but drops out after a few minutes, requiring frequent reconnection action on the user's part. The gateway is using WPA/TSK encryption and the Apple has been...

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  • Connecting a wireless PC to a non-wireless printer

    I want to connect a wireless PC to an existing non-wireless printer to avoid using a cable. Please advise if there is a device that converts the printer to wireless for home use ie. not for multiple PCs

    T453JOL5 pointsBadges:

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