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  1. Thread: Cant renew IP

    by berrybry
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    Could try taking a nic out of a working computer...

    Could try taking a nic out of a working computer and putting it in the one thats not working. That will tell you if its hardware. (assuming its not onboard lan) I believe ping 127.0.0.1 only checkes...
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    Thanks for all the help. I am on seperate network...

    Thanks for all the help. I am on seperate network ip ranges for the switch and router and I am getting a DHCP address for my router from the larger network. The Double NAT thing is a pain but for...
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    Yes sorry I should have been a bit more specific....

    Yes sorry I should have been a bit more specific. Its been a LONG day. The routers wan is connected a port on the switch. The switch is somehow connected to the internet im not sure how and I dont...
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    Web access or router access not both???

    I had an interesting situation come up that I have not been able to solve.
    I set up a small network behind a D-link 4100 router. This router connects to a switch on a larger network using the WAN...
  5. Thread: DNS issues

    by berrybry
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    You can have both static and dynamic IPs on a...

    You can have both static and dynamic IPs on a router. Set the DHCP pool to some rage like 100 to 150. This will use DHCP assign ip addresses to 192.168.0.XXX where XXX is 100-150. (assuming you use...
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    As strange as this sounds I had an issue similar...

    As strange as this sounds I had an issue similar to this with a webpage and one computer on a small network. I checked every setting rebuilt the tcp/ip stack reinstalled the OS but nothing worked. In...
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    I believe there is OC-768 also ~40 Gbps You...

    I believe there is OC-768 also ~40 Gbps

    You also might like to know that if you are running giabit over copper use at least cat5e cable if not cat 6 or you wont get the performance.
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    might also want to ping 127.0.0.1 to test the...

    might also want to ping 127.0.0.1 to test the stack.
    go to the command prompt (start run type command)
    type "ping 127.0.0.1" enter should see some stuff then 4 packets sent 4 received
    type in...
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    with a switch you shouldnt notice a speed...

    with a switch you shouldnt notice a speed difference unless you are doing some massive upload or download on more then one of the lines. You will be limited by your internet connection before your...
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    the 802.3 standard has a max cable lenght with...

    the 802.3 standard has a max cable lenght with out a repeater i want to say 100m. After this length the protocol can not detect collisions. Also what are you conneting together and with what types of...
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    IPv6 questions???

    I have been looking into IPv6 lately. There are a few things I have not been able to understand and was looking for some answers. IPv6 gets rid of ARP how does the MAC layer work now? It is supposed...
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