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A computer network in a domestic setting is called a home network. It usually smaller than an office network, just connecting two or three computers and a modem/router.

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Connect to device on different subnet

I have a main router(routerA) 192.168.1.1 3 routers connected with static ip 1.200,1.201,1.202 Each has dhcp server function on. In one of those routers a NAS with plex server is installed 192.168.0....
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Server 2016 DHCP vs Router DHCP or Both

I'm running Server 2016 in a home environment and until recently installing Active Directory (I did not install DHCP server) to the server my router has been my DHCP server. Now that I have installed ...
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mobXterm and Win 10 - will the graphical SFTP browser work?

Will the mobaXterm graphical SFTP browser work with a windows remote server? It works fine with a Raspberry Pi server, but not when I connect to a Win 10 PC. Am I missing a setting somewhere? Or does ...
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How to configure network with Linux in a VM as a router?

I have following setup: computer running Windows 7 hosts Linux in a VirtualBox; this computer receives Internet from 4G modem that I want to be shared via LAN; this computer also connected to a ...
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Noticeable difference between 150Mbps and 250Mbps from ISP? [closed]

May be a basic question but I can't seem to find a good answer for this anywhere. I currently have 250 Mbps with a local ISP with an Arris Surfboard 1650 Modem and a Netgear Nighthawk AC 1750 wireless ...
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Looking for the ability to create multiple SSID [closed]

My problem is this: I am looking for a home-grade or Soho solution to allow me to provision multiple SSID's on one single router or AP. (5 or more SSID's) While I'm not looking for a specific model ...
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What to do if a router doesn't seem to start up?

It seems like a rare occasion since this isn't asked yet which surprised me a bit. Since this question is rather general, I will shrink the scope of this question for you a bit. My father bought a ...
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STP Protocol and Sonnos CONNECT issue

My father-in-law has a huge fluctuation in his wireless connection throughout the day. On average, the speed is about 72 Mbps / 30 Mbps and drops to 0.5 Mbps / 0 Mbps for several minutes. He hired ...
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How can i make 2 houses with 2 routers appear like 1 network? (Asus Merlin)

I have two houses, with separate ISP connections, and separate Asus routers with merlin firmware. I know how to setup a VPN where all traffic routes through one network, or the other network, so that ...
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WF-3620 shows wrong computer name for Mac when selecting scan destination

This is kind of a random question. I migrated from a Mac that had been named old-name to a new Mac that is named new-name and have updated macOS several times. I also have an Epson WF-3620. In order ...
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Network between MacOS 10.13.5 and Ubuntu 18.04

I have an Ubuntu 18.04 desktop with 11TB of storage and a MacBook Pro with a 250GB hard drive. I'd like to set up a network where the Ubuntu desktop can be recognized by the MacBook Pro as an external ...
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Network Tester showing Cat6 cable wiring issue

I have a cat6 wired home network and am facing some issues when terminating the cables on two cables so I can connect to my switch. I have crimped about 5 other cables but two remain elusive. The ...
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How to allow only a single application to accept inbound network connections on Windows 10?

I am running Windows 10 Pro 1803 64 bit, and I have an application which I want to accept incoming connections on the LAN only (the computer and the other device are connected to the same internal ...
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Is one ent conduit sufficient for cabling two side by side rooms?

I am having a house built and am paying to have a contractor run low voltage conduit from every room in the house to a home network closet under the basement stairs. In an attempt to cut back on cost ...
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Using two ISP connections simultaneously to add stability in Linux

I have two internet connection from two different ISP. ADSL on eth0 and 4G on wlan0. Is there any way that if one ISP fails, the other take over automatically without a physical router and by Host OS (...

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