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  1. turquato

    Can't Access Devices on the Network

    Yes, I never had problems with my previous ISP with regards to hardware but I unsubscribed to them due to very poor service (internet and customer services). With my current ISP, Internet & Customer Service is excellent. However the equipment was a let down because the LAN and WAN are configured differently. I did manage to obtain the credentials for a full admin access but was unable to disable the LAN & WAN isolation option. Your suggestion is duly noted. And I've considered the cheapest solution would be to purchase a used (but in good condition) WIreless Router rather than brandnew. I'm tight on a budget and would be considered as a temporary solution (but if it doesn't break easy, then it would probably be a long term solution).
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    Can't Access Devices on the Network

    Your assistance is highly appreciated. Your question (the same as mine) got me thinking about why were they limited to seeing machines connected wired or connected wireless and not wired to wireless 1. Apparently the cuplrit was my modem/router's LAN & WAN weren't in the same network. I was able to configure it but then I would not have a connection to the internet. It allowed all my devices to be connected to the same network while being resricted to connect to the internet. 2. I have disabled the modem/router's WiFi capability so that it only accepts a wired connection. 3. I have borrowed another router installed with DD-WRT which was set up as an access point for both wired & wireless connections. 4. Both wired and wireless machines are now able to communicate properly It took me quite a while to figure out this fix and a bit more to find someone willing to lend me a router (a bonus with it having DD-WRT)
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    Can't Access Devices on the Network

    That is correct. Also Windows can see phone & Pi IP Address when using an IP scanning tool. However, I cannot ping the Phone & Pi's IP Address and returns Host Unreachable and I cannot access shared folders. In my use case scenario: 1. I want to access files and folders from different devices. (partially fulfilled but limited to WIRED to WIRED devices and WIRELESS to WIRELESS devices. I would like this to be WIRED to WIRELESS and vice-versa.) 2. I want to SSH into my Raspberry Pi Zero W using my wired W10 desktop 3. I want to control my RPiZeroW using my phone & desktop for updates and upgrades (this is partially fulfilled by the phone) I just needed them to communicate from wired device to wireless device and vice-versa. EDIT: the IP Address are all in 192.168.1.XX so they should be able to see each using an IP scanner and should also be ping-able right?
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    Can't Access Devices on the Network

    Thanks for the reply and you are most welcome. I thought to myself that a visual representation would best help me describe my network setup. For My Desktop Computer, Windows 10 Pro is installed and for the other four (4) desktops, Windows 7 is installed. A Android Smartphone. I have turned on the network discovery for all windows devices and they all see each other. I did install an App for the Android Phone but it still wasn't able to see any wired device on the network. My Android Device can access the Raspberry Pi Zero W using SSH / VNC / RaspiCast. However, any of the five (5) desktop computers were not able to successfully Putty-in to the Raspberry Pi Zero W. I haven't tried adding an HDD into my router and I probably won't. Why you might ask? I just don't feel like doing.
  5. My Equipment: * Modem/Router - FiberHome GPON ONU AN5506-04-FA (provided by my ISP) * Network Switch - TP-Link TL-SG1016DE 16port Smart Switch * 5 Desktop Computers (all connected to the Network Switch) * 1 Smartphone * 1 Raspberry Pi Zero W My Problem: * I have noticed that devices connected via ethernet cable are the only ones listed on the network. I am able to ping their individual IP Addresses and they are able to access both the Modem/Router & the Network Switch. * The same can be said with devices connected to WIFI. My Question: * What can I do to have both Wired & Wireless Connections share my files and be on the same network?
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    CSGO crashing

    Hi, I was trying out CSGO a few days ago and was playing it fine on another PC with way above specs than the recommended. I had another PC lying around with these specs: Q8200 processor ECS G31T-M7 board 4GB DDR2 ram Inno3d GT 730 2GB DDR3 Window 7 64bit I can launch the game, lowered the settings to medium and tried to play with Bots. Nearly finishing loading the game, it freezes and an error pops-up saying that I do not have enough memory. I ran it again looking at the task managers performance monitor. The RAM usage gradually rose up and true enough, I am out of usable memory space. What could be causing this problem? What could be my solution to this problem? Reinstalling Windows to 32bit would definitely limit my RAM capacity to 3.75GB (just an estimate) instead of having the full 4GB of usable memory. I made sure that I am using 4GB of my RAM and that it was not sharing with the graphics output. Suggestions/solutions are highly appreciated.
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    Very Slow Network Transfers

    It was a lot of files, contained in a folder, with very small to large files (15kb - 400MB+) I've tried transferring both just the folder & sub-folders and a zipped file & a single .iso file but the problem still persisted. After a prompted reboot from windows, everything went smoothly. transfer speeds are normal but still limited by my old 54Mbps router. It's no that big of a deal though 54Mbps is plenty for my needs but will upgrade later when I see gigabit routers that are cheap (brand new or used)
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    Very Slow Network Transfers

    I never thought of that until windows prompted me with a restart to update some components. It could've been that or it could've been the Killer e2500 network drivers.
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    Very Slow Network Transfers

    I'd like to thank you all for your time and effort. Will take note of your advise for future references. Apparently a windows update just fixed my problem.
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    Very Slow Network Transfers

    I was just about to try the iPerf and the problem went away. I was prompted by windows update to restart my computer to install updates. After that everything worked.
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    Very Slow Network Transfers

    Yes, I am transferring a file from a Windows 10 PC to a Windows 7 PC. SMB you mean Server Message Block? I'm not sure if it is being used. I just did the file sharing function of windows. But if that is SMB, then I am using it. My computers are on the same work group. Folders have already been shared and are visible to one another while using the Network View. I can copy the files to and from. The only problem is, the file transfer is very slow
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    Very Slow Network Transfers

    I can confirm that I too have the same Speed 1.0Gbps both on my Windows 10 (PC 1) and Windows 7 (PC 2). I'm currently at work so I can't post the same image. But anyways, here's my home network diagram
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    Very Slow Network Transfers

    well...my computers support gigabit connections. both are connected to a gigabit switch so both should register on the TP-Link Switch as gigabit compatible and the gigabit indicator LED lights up. The ones connected to my router are the modem and switch.
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    Very Slow Network Transfers

    No I don't have another switch to test. I am now transferring a zipped file but I'm stuck on 355kb/s, nothing seems to be moving. Will try to test with safe mode Edit: about 5minutes past and it only moved about 2% of the file size
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    Very Slow Network Transfers

    my Switch detects 1000mbit link for both win10 and win7.
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