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Access point with different SSID doesn't work

I live in a small apartment building, and each room has a LAN port. For wireless access, I connected an iptime router to the port. Right now, it's configured with DHCP. Apparently, the LAN port in my ...
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Unable to access JIRA and BitBucket from NetGear Wifi Router

I installed and configured JIRA and BitBucket on one of my desktop PCs. I want my developers to be able to access JIRA and BitBucket (hosted using tomcat server) from their laptops. The problem is ...
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Benefits of 802.11ac routers for home networks

I have an old (2008) router for domestic networks which supports the 802.11g standard. It continues working quite well even if the number of devices in my network increased consistently recently (...
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Windows 7 laptop, SSID is not shown within the available wireless networks

Windows 7 laptop, new Wifi router. Router broadcast on 2.4Ghz, the 5Ghz channels disabled.Recently I noticed that my network SSID is not shown anymore in available wireless networks list, so connect ...
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Why does Wi-Fi interference often affect only a few devices, while others work fine? [closed]

In supporting Wi-Fi networking adapters, I see it all the time - a user will say they can't connect to their access point, or they experience lots of disconnects. I get them to send me a diagnostic ...
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Is possible to bridge a LAN connection that requires EAP authentication to a separate wireless network?

I'm attempting to create my own private network in my school's dorm rooms in order to connect several devices that do no support WPA2-enterprise networks such as a Google Home and a Google Chromecast. ...
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Can't edit some text fields on Alcatel (Nokia) router G-240W-A

I have a G-240W-A router. I login and can edit lots of things, such as port fowarding, etc. However, I can't edit anything on LAN. The text fields are blocked and I can't modify them. I don't know ...
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Accessing devices across a LAN-WAN cascading

Reference Image (dont consider the purple line): I bought a TL-WR940N to use as "Router 2" (R2), setted its internal LAN range to 192.168.13.x while the "super" network "Router 1" (R1) the range is ...
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Comparing two broadband options (LTE with wireless router and DSL with a wired router) [closed]

As my question before was a bit weird (no definite answer could be given), I try it to formulate my question differently:When comparing these two options:30-40 Mbit/s download speed (LTE), but ...
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1answer
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Troubleshoot ping DUP! (duplications) with wifi over extender

I have a wifi router and an extender in my home and I believe that there might be some misconfiguration in the extender. I often have high latency or lower than expected throughput when connecting to ...
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Wifi UDP Broadcasting on Verizon Router

I have Espressif ESP32 modules properly broadcasting Wifi UDP packets to all the nodes (255.255.255.255) connected to either the mobile hotspot on my Verizon smartphone or a TP-LINK Nano router TL-...
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Does a Wireless Access Point (WAP) connect to a router or to a modem?

Please note that I have read a similar question on the site, but the answer provided did not address my confusion, and I'd just like to clarify some of the terminology.I understand that a Wireless ...
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How to “deauth” a router WiFi client connection?

As the admin/owner of a D-Link router eg DIR-655, is there a way to temporarily disconnect a WiFi client, without rebooting the router and thereby interrupting other client connections?In question D-...
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Ping high and internet slow when one computer is connected via wifi

I have a PC that, when connected to wifi, slows down the entire network but when it is connected to the router via cable it is perfectly fine. I have these images to illustrate. "PC1" is the PC in ...
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Configuring second router with first router network range

I have a router at home (which I'm calling Router A) that has some port forwarding configured to a specific IP. This was the only way I found to guarantee that my 3DS could reach Nintendo Network for ...

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