• 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:
  • Limit Port 80 Time_Wait from my computer to router

    How can I limit the number of requests my computer makes to my router to port 80. At idle, when looking at the connection page of my router I see a hundred or so port 80 Time_Wait from my computer address (say 192.168.1.145) to my routers address (say 192.168.1.1).This has just started probably...

    Caji5 pointsBadges:
  • RIP Timers

    Dear all, I am confused on RIP timers. Especially, Hold-Down timer. Can someone de-brief me with an example sceanrio that how each timer in RIP behaves and the co-relate with each other?

    SADnBLUE0 pointsBadges:
  • Internet dropping at random times

    At random times my Internet will spike to 3000ms and time out at random times. What I have tried: Replacing wiring (my ISP did it), new router and modem, changing channels, verifying that its not my PC its my network, verifying its not my ISP by connecting to a VPN and its still bad (also if I...

    917201140 pointsBadges:
  • Internet connection is very slow

    Tracert shows it is fine until it reaches my ISP's IP. At random times it goes to 3000ms and time outs, I tried buying a new router and modem replacing the wiring and downloading an app that checks for interference, nothing is working. There isn't too many devices connected, I also monitored the...

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  • Ethernet cabling

    What is the wiring colour-sequence for Ethernet cabling?

    1111100 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Connection to Internet

    Hi all, My client has a Dell laptop with inbuilt Intel wireless NIC and onboard Ethernet NIC successfully connecting to a Minitar wireless hub/access point. The AP is connected to an Alcatel Speedtouch Home ADSL modem. When connected via Ethernet he can access both local devices and browse the...

    Backbyrner0 pointsBadges:
  • Need wireless modem or router to receive hotspot signals

    I use my Laptop to pick up a local Hot Spot, and the laptop has a "hotspot" mode that feeds the internet to my TVs. It also uses a USB antenna for better service. Is there any no carrier brand specific wireless unit that will pick up the local hot spot (no sim card or carrier) and distribute that...

    JohnnieWalker10 pointsBadges:
  • Smart life app doesnt work

    Recently purchased 2 zonko smart plugs from Amazon. While trying to set them up on the smart life app I get the message that the app only runs on a 2.4gh frequency and to try again. I went into my router and my router is already set on 2.4 gh. How do I get this to work?

    Lodiedodie15 pointsBadges:
  • Split ethernet signal from 2 devices into 1 port on router?

    Hello, I have very little technical knowledge on this subject so would appreciate some advice in laymans language from the expert please! Basically I have a router connected to my phone line at one end of my living room and a very long (probably 7metres) ethernet cable connected from the router...

    shik365 pointsBadges:
  • Setup wired connection in my room

    Okay, bare with me here but I just got new internet installed and the modem/ router combo was installed in my living room. I like to play my Xbox in my room and would prefer to have a wired connection if possible. I have a phone jack in my room that I could move the set up to but that would take...

    HunkOfJunkLOL5 pointsBadges:
  • Adding static route on Windows PC from different network segment between known routers

    Network looks something like this: PC (10.65.68.100) ---- Router (10.65.68.1/10.65.67.1) --- Router (10.65.67.67) --- Destination (10.0.1.100) I use something like this: route -p add 10.0.1.00 mask 255.255.255.0 10.65.67.67 My router knows the way to 10.65.67.67, as evidenced by my ability to ping...

    IrishLoop35 pointsBadges:
  • Can I place my set top box (for TV) next to my cable modem/router without experiencing interference?

    Want to know if I can place my set top box for TV and my cable modem/wireless router right next to each other without causing interference?

    PaulaKay5 pointsBadges:
  • Two different mobile routers for a 4G network

    Greetings, I am IT tech on a construction company and I have a problem/question. I have an office that uses mobile routers that connect to the 4G network to get internet and spreads that connection with Wifi in that office and a printer also connected to that network. The problem is that the...

    Fredrik222215 pointsBadges:
  • Two routers and Two internet connections on one network

    Trying to setup a network, with my friends because we are going to be renting a house together, they will be sharing an internet connection, but I torrent alot so I figured I should pay or my own.  Wanted to maintain a lan b/c I made a system that allows them to add torrents they want me to...

    Anc3s25 pointsBadges:
  • Router Related Questions

    IT professional, Who are going for the written test on different networking administration, need some sample questions and solution related with Router.   Please help me. Thank you. 

    BIFT55 pointsBadges:
  • Router disconnects when computer is shut down

    Whenever I shut down / restart my computer, I noticed that I'm always disconnected from my router. Of course it always reconnects but why does it disconnect in the first place? That shouldn't be the case, right?

    ITKE1,096,555 pointsBadges:
  • Changing your public IP address

    Alright, so I've searched almost everywhere for this but have come up empty handed. I have read that turning off your router for a certain period of time changes the IP of routers with dynamic IPs, but what about static? Is it possible? I was in a party on PS4 and an old friend of mine joined the...

    IHaveAQuestion4u5 pointsBadges:
  • Should I get another wireless router for my Wi-Fi?

    Dear all, currently I'm staying in a 2 story house. My wireless router is currently downstairs. Upstairs has a weaker wireless connection. So my question is: Should I get another wireless router and let it run WDS with the same SSID or should I just have another SSID? Or get a new repeater? Or...

    jinteik18,995 pointsBadges:
  • How to connect second router

    Happy new year! Need some help please! We are trying to make Disney Circle device to work at our home. We already have Telus fiber router actiontec T3200M (provided and installed by Telus)which is NOT compatible with Circle. I heard possible solution would be to connect second compatible router. I...

    VanAlla30 pointsBadges:

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