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    Yay! :D It works again!!! :thumb: Thanks...

    Yay! :D It works again!!! :thumb:

    Thanks Philip!
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    Me too. It happened on the network I use at work...

    Me too. It happened on the network I use at work and my home network. It happened using IE 6.0 and FireFox 1.5 on both networks.
  3. I fired an e-mail off to them last night. They...

    I fired an e-mail off to them last night. They haven't gotten back to me yet. In the mean time, I did some more googling and the info I got was that Linksys claims the EG005W supports jumbo frames,...
  4. I think I already found the answer to my problem....

    I think I already found the answer to my problem. I found a document on Google that says most SOHO gigabit switches do NOT support jumbo frames. :irate:

    That's gonna be (expletive deleted) if...
  5. Gigabit with Jumbo Frames - Does it work at all?

    The hardware:

    Two PCs - System A and System B. Both running XP SP2. Latest drivers, all updates, as current as possible.

    System A has two Marvell Yukon PCI-E onboard Gigabit adapters. Let's...
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    Nevermind. I already got the info I need...

    Nevermind.

    I already got the info I need from the DslReports - Charter HSI forum.
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    Anybody? :confused:

    Anybody? :confused:
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    Can Cable Modem USB MAC be cloned to Router?

    First the history: I've got a Motorola SB5100 connected to my wifes PC thru the USB port. My PCs internet connection passes thru hers using a hub connected to her NIC and then ICS.

    Knowing...
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    Williee, I have Charter and they only provide...

    Williee,

    I have Charter and they only provide dynamic addressing for residential customers, and they don't allow residential customers to run servers either.

    But they do have a small...
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    Thanks Jack! :D I think I'll take your...

    Thanks Jack! :D

    I think I'll take your suggestion and go with #1. The switch will allow for putting an extra PC into the mix if that should happen down the road.

    The LAN traffic isn't that...
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    Which network configuration is better?

    What's the best way to configure this network?


    Components:

    Computer A
    Gigabit Adapter#1 ( On Mobo - 10/100/1000 )
    Gigabit Adapter#2 ( On Mobo - 10/100/1000 )

    Computer B
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    twwabw, After I made that last post ( in haste...

    twwabw,

    After I made that last post ( in haste ), what you said finally started to sink in. I reviewed all of the documentation for the other routers offered by Linksys, and found that the...
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    Yeah, I knew that was your point, but the BEFSR11...

    Yeah, I knew that was your point, but the BEFSR11 has all the features I need.

    I know the firewall in it is limited but since my cable provider acts as the DHCP and changes my IP every couple of...
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    Since the switch that I plan to get already has...

    Since the switch that I plan to get already has more ports than I need, I didn't see any need in spending more money for even more extra ports that I'll never use. All the other Linksys routers have...
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    Anybody? :confused: Good, bad? Any...

    Anybody? :confused:

    Good, bad? Any comments at all?

    Is it in the wrong forum?
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    Q: Re: Proposed network setup

    Hi everyone, this is my first post here, but I've been a fan of the website for years and have used all of the networking tweaks here, so I'm a happy camper.

    Some history leading up to the...
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