• 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:
  • Victim of Cell Phone Hacking Knowledge After the fact.

    My cell phone, and possibly a 3rd party gps was added to my car by a neighbor. I am not certain of their motive other than to be certain of my location and distance as well as to gain information exchanged between conversations had in my home person to person as well as conversations had via the...

    sikaddaiisonmmeh5 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...

    usernameeeee45 pointsBadges:
  • Eternalblue requires external Wi-Fi adapter

    Does eternalblue exploit requires external Wi-Fi that supports monitoring and packet injection?

    jackthedrought5 pointsBadges:
  • When any laptop in my house connects to internet, Wi-Fi crashes

    My family has been having an issue where if any laptop connects to our house Wi-Fi, the Wi-Fi will crash within a matter of minutes. We have tried almost everything to fix this issue, even switching routers. If anyone has suggestions for how to fix this it would help a lot, thank you! (Netgear00)

    Rimzyy5 pointsBadges:
  • How to root phone

    Ok so I need to root my phone because there is a problem with one of my system apps (factory mode) it keeps putting ads on my phone, installing apps and messing with my Wi-Fi connection https://forum.xda-developers.com/android/software-hacking/xgody-d24pro-rooting-dodgy-code-hides-t3827520...

    Mayath5 pointsBadges:
  • Remove Wi-Fi card from a LaserJet printer

    Hi, Is it possible to remove a Wi-Fi/wireless card from a LaserJet printer? Or is it all bundled in one as a network card (USB, ethernet etc)? I don't want to disable it from the LCD menu so I want to take the card out. I am looking for a color LaserJet printer for home use. Unfortunately, only the...

    kitorange5 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:
  • Speed on wireless router keeps diminishing

    Over the past couple of weeks, I've been having constant trouble with my Wi-Fi. Sometimes it's really fast, other times websites take forever to load. But here's the thing: My wife's machine and kids' tablets work perfectly fine. It's an Intel wireless router (a couple of years old). Not sure...

    ITKE1,153,200 pointsBadges:
  • Are outdated Wi-Fi adapters secure?

    Hello, My father-in-law has an old outdated Wi-Fi adapter. I'm worried about security risks with it. Should I be concerned? Does it have a security risk? Thank you.

    ITKE1,153,200 pointsBadges:
  • Live stream from camera action to PC

    Hello, I have a camera action it's akaso brave 4 and I want to know if I can live stream from this camera to my PC via Wi-Fi or anything. I can connect it to my PC by Wi-Fi but I can't manage to display on the screen of my PC the object that the lens is shooting. Thank you!

    CaroleY5 pointsBadges:
  • How to create multiple Wi-Fi passwords

    So here's the situation. My wife works from home so she needs the Wi-Fi all day. We have three children but for one of them, we need to restrict his Internet time. But I don't want it affecting when my wife is working. Basically, could I setup two Wi-Fi so we can restrict access to one of them?...

    ITKE1,153,200 pointsBadges:
  • Viewing saved logins on Windows 10 laptop

    I was taking college courses over the summer and was connected to the school's Wi-Fi network (I had to enter my username / password). I recently got a new Windows 10 laptop that I'm trying to connect but I can't remember the login credentails. School is out for a few more weeks so I can't ask...

    ITKE1,153,200 pointsBadges:
  • Streaming device that is 5GhZ Wi-Fi compatible

    Are there any streaming devices that are compatible with 5GhZ Wi-Fi?

    daranfp5 pointsBadges:
  • Setup Wi-Fi signal booster

    I have slight Wi-Fi signal down at my barn from my home Wi-Fi. If I were to buy a signal booster and set it up in the barn, would I regain full signal at the barn from my home Wi-Fi router?

    greg3320075 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:
  • Difference between Wi-Fi vs. LAN

    I'm trying to setup my Canon printer and I need to know the difference between Wi-Fi and LAN. Is LAN only for corporate use? I have Wi-Fi in my home. This printer is for my home office use.

    AndyButler185 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi speed is very slow

    I would say over the past month or so, my Wi-Fi speed has just been terribly slow (it was great before that too). Sometimes, I stand right next to the router and it's still awful. But when I'm using an ethernet cable, it works great. So I'm not sure that the issue is here - any ideas from the...

    ITKE1,153,200 pointsBadges:
  • Toggle Windows 10 Wi-Fi using command line

    I'm trying to connect to my wireless network (Wi-Fi) using the command line when it's switched off but I keep getting this error message: Function WlanGetAvailableNetworkList returns error 2150899714: The wireless local area network interface is powered down and doesn't support the requested...

    ITKE1,153,200 pointsBadges:
  • Tablet can’t connect to Wi-Fi

    On my tablet, I can't connect to Wi-Fi. It has a authentication problem - what do I do?

    thatsthat95 pointsBadges:

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