Why on earth is my laptop – and only my laptop – causing our ADSL modem/router to constantly disconnect and reconnect to our ISP?
I’m having some serious issues with a new laptop I purchased about [more inside]
posted by Ted Maul
on May 10, 2012 -
Looking for Windows or OSX network diagnostic tools.
Our internet connection will drop wireless every 10-15mins... [more inside]
posted by dpollitt
on Dec 20, 2008 -
I am trying to set up a VPN server at the office using our Juniper Networks SSG5-v92-LAN firewall/router and, if needed, a server running Windows Server 2003. The reason why I'm saying "if needed" is because the router itself seems to be able to handle VPN connections without the need of a seperate server, unless the username and password needs to be authenticated against another computer. [more inside]
posted by remi
on Jul 22, 2008 -
Best *nix distro for SSH, RDC, router and print server. Or i could use windows if that would satisfy the conditions. [more inside]
posted by DJWeezy
on Oct 11, 2007 -
I have a Windows 2000 server that is sitting in a public IP network. I can not figure out how I can get it to talk to my domain controller that is sitting in a private IP network with a linksys WRT54G sitting in between.
Will port mapping solve this? I have already tried putting the domain controller in the WRT54G's DMZ. That did not seem to work.
posted by zzztimbo
on Sep 19, 2007 -
Trying to set up a VPN at a managed office where a third party manages connectivity with an iron fist. [more inside]
posted by rc55
on Jul 10, 2007 -
Question regarding getting Windows 98 to play nice with a Linksys Router and another Win XP computer on a home network. [more inside]
posted by TrueVox
on Jun 24, 2006 -
I've got a network in my home - one PC, connected by wire to the router, and one Apple, connected by an Airport card (which I believe is 802.11G). The fastest speed I can get transferring files from one to the other is 2.5MB/s, which seems slow. Am I right, or is this standard?
posted by ascullion
on Oct 21, 2004 -
My laptop can no longer receive the Internet! The internet comes, via DSL, into my DESKTOP pc. The Desktop's DSL modem is hooked up to a LinkSys Wireless-B router, which broadcasts the Internet signal to my laptop. The lights on the LynkSys are blinking as usual. My desktop is receiving the web just fine. My laptop IS showing the little "connected" (two-computers) icon in the system tray, and when I hover over it, it says "Wireless Network Connection... Speed 11.0 Mbps, Signal Strength: Excellent." But when I start of a browser, I can't get to any page. I CAN get to the same pages on my desktop. Help! [more inside]
posted by grumblebee
on Aug 30, 2004 -
I have a (WinXP) desktop with a broadband connection, and a laptop with a WiFi card. My school doesn't allow wireless routers. I'd like to set it up so that my laptop can connect wirelessly to my desktop and piggyback on that connection, without a router. What equipment do I need? Are there some terms I should Google for instructions? [more inside]
posted by Aaorn
on Apr 29, 2004 -
I can share files between two Windows machines when both are wired to a router. When I go wireless with one, they don't see each other. Wireless internet connection works fine. [More inside.] [more inside]
posted by DevilsAdvocate
on Feb 28, 2004 -