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A router is a networking device that forwards data packets between computer networks. Routers perform the "traffic directing" functions on the Internet. The most familiar type of routers are home and small office cable or DSL routers that simply pass data, such as web pages, email, IM, and videos between computers and the Internet. More sophisticated routers, such as enterprise routers, connect large business or ISP networks up to the powerful core routers that forward data at high speed along the optical fiber lines of the Internet backbone. Though routers are typically dedicated hardware devices, use of software-based routers has grown increasingly common.

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I am looking at setting up a VPN, speed it a big factor. I am looking at SSL VPN or Open VPN (not supported by many routers). Putting security aside which do you recommend? For instance, the Barracuda…

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Hi In the interface mode, we have two choices to configure, speed and bandwidth. What is relation between the speed and bandwidth? Thank you

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Hello EE,

I have a temporary support engineer that I need to give access to our router, however I would prefer to setup a secondary account for him to access rather than sharing our primary login. …

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Hey All.

Went to setup a school other day.

Their complaints were running out of DHCP addressing.

Current setup

Xyzel firewall running one IP scope 10.0.16.x/24

800 Students

WAPS (Eng…

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I'm having trouble connecting a PC through VPN, it happens on Win 10 and Win 7, when you connect using the external IP address it terminates due to PPP, error "The PPP link protocol was terminated".  …

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I finally got this router working but cannot get traffic to go across. I can ping the router and when i telnet into the router I can ping the internet but I can't access the internet from the clients.…

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How to Use two internet line's for two different subnet or network separately in same Sonicwall  TZ 210.

1. 192.168.1.1   Network 1    ( 1st  internet line )
2. 120.188.0.1   Network 2    ( 2nd i…

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Hi Experts!!! I have another dilemma with vlan configuration. I have vlan 1 for data and vlan 20 for other. I have port has two devices daisy chained. 1st device need to be at vlan 1 and other device …

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How can I bypass this? It's driving me nuts. I was able to get to by pass this and login to VPN on one of the machines but I can't on the other.



Also, now I am unable to authenticate the passwo…

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I am looking for a reliable router that will allow me to do high speed VPN connections.

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I bought a bunch of Buffalo WSR-1166DD routers because I saw they had DD-WRT on them. Upon closer inspection they have DD-WRT NXT which seems severely gimped. Has anyone had luck flashing stock/base D…

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I want to upload config file from my computer with command line to Thompson router. What do I do ? Use telnet or ftp ? and how ?

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Can a Wi-Fi with internet for a maximum of 5 connections be connected to another device or access point with more connections but no internet and feed about 25 computers?

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Our school’s network has always had just one subnet for everything. Now, we want to isolate WiFi.  Thanks to help from user SIM50 on a previous Xperts-exchange question, I’ve done this with one WAP, c…

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Hi all,

I'm trying to set up a simple site-to-site VPN using a couple of Asus routers that support OpenVPN.

Let's say the Office router has been set up with a LAN IP Address / Subnet Mask of:

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I have two servers that needs to be reached from outside my network. Can someone tell me which router (name and model) that I can use to assign a server with a private IP on my LAN and correspo…

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I have configured NTP in VMware vSphere 6. all setting are done as per the guidelines but still that doesn't work. The time showing in "configuration- Time " as in red color. The server is set up in U…

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We have a bunch of 24 port switches - each plugged into a port on our firewall with it's own subnet.

All of the clients attached to a particular one of the switches would lose most connectivity ev…

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This is a problem which has soaked up many hours over the past few days.  Currently, our school's LAN does not utilise VLANs. Now, I want to create a VLAN just for WiFi use.  I've created the followin…

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I am planning a solution for a multi-tenant office building. There are Catalyst layer 2 managed switches in place. They want to give about 40 separate businesses their own access to the 50Mbps interne…

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HP Envy laptop (Intel i7, 12GB RAM, Windows 10 Pro). Dynamic IP acquired from Server 2012R2 machine

Company moved into a new building (recently built).  Server and about 7 computers connected to a …

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Fortigate 50E, FortiOS 5.4.2, Interface mode

I have the following config:

port1: VLAN 1 (192.168.1.0)
port2: VLAN 2 (192.168.2.0)
port3: VLAN 3 (192.168.3.0)
wan1: ADSL with dynamic IP
wan2:…

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Am having difficulty getting any support from AT&T for their fiber product.  Does anyone have any experience with this?

I have it connected and running fine for outbound (using DHCP), but can't fin…

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Hi All,

We have setup a triangle of LAN to LAN VPN's using IPsec. In the offices it all works fine, databases can be retrieved etc. However it appears not functional when you remote in from out of …

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I have a client that wants to set up a local dev server - and has obtained a block of 5 IP addresses from his ISP.

I'm pretty much a novice at networking stuff, although I have a somewhat basic gra…

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