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  1. Not necessarily. The ISP tells the regional register the coordinates of that IP's location and db-ip gets the location from IANA (or from a service that gets it from IANA). The IANA whois tells you the regional register (LACNIC, APNIC, ARIN, RIPE, or AFRINIC) and then the regional register tells you the location, owner, nameserver, etc for that ip The ISP's usually set the location to a point in the city were that ip is going to be used but sometimes that is not the case, I once had an ip that has a location in a different state
  2. you would need to create a subdomain in squarespace (something like: homeserver.domain.com) and if your house has a static ip then you set that subdomain to point to your house's ip, If you have a dynamic ip then you could use a dynamic dns service like No-Ip and set that domain as a CNAME record for homeserver.domain.com I don't know if you can change dns in squarespace and how to but I am guessing you can
  3. That wouldn't work because that point is not reporting its location. As BrinkGG said it is through IANA
  4. Depends on what you are doing. If you want to do anything that requires fast internet and or low latency (stream content, download files, game, etc) then no, if you just want to browse the internet then yes tor is a very good option.
  5. Just like the tutorial, I recommend not using the default port so that the vpn server doesn't show up on websites that scan ips like shodan.io
  6. I have not had a good experience with d-link routers, I haven't used that model. I would recommend Netgear or asus (just don't buy their "Gaming Routers", Its just a waste of money)
  7. check what those 2 ips are being used for. Use db-ip.com and just googleing it might help
  8. There are private/internal IPs and external ips. The internal IPs are the ones that all computers get and the external one is the one that your router gets. The ip that you put in the Internal Host is an external ip, you want it to have your computers ip. From what I can see in the photo your computer's internal ip is in the 192.168.100.1 - 192.168.100.254 range (it might be 192.168.100.3, you can check what's your computers ip in CMD by typing ipconfig. everything else looks good. Keep in mind that both external and internal ips change, to have a static internal ip you need to go to your computer settings and assign it a static ip that is not being used. To have a static external ip you need to contact your internet service provider. By default all ports are blocked and you have to open them/port forward them. EDIT: Do not share your external ip (It is in both photos that you shared and starts with 154.160)
  9. Make sure that the server's internal and external ip hasn't changed and that you are port forwarding the port 1723 to the windows computer
  10. I found a 5 Gigabit USB adapter, it is usb C but it comes with an adpater article: https://www.anandtech.com/show/14381/qnap-launches-qnauc5g1t-a-usb-30-to-5-gbe-adapter amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RKLQPLP?tag=hawk-future-20&ascsubtag=anandtech-7781754520679885484-20
  11. it would be better for OP to use 2.4 since his router is a few walls from his computer
  12. You need to make an smb share, here is a tutorial https://techtalk.currys.co.uk/computing/windows-10/how-to-set-up-file-sharing-in-windows-10/
  13. No problem. That tutorial should also work if it is not headless but you can also set a static ip in setthings on the GUI easilly. btw if you use the tutorial I recommend that you backup the files that you edit in the tutorial just in case it doesn't work you can replace them
  14. You could set different names to 2.4 Ghz and 5Ghz and choose between them. My house is made of concrete and I get 5 Ghz in certain parts but the signal is very low that it is useless and my devices try to connect to it, I set a different name for 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz and only use the 5Ghz when I'm close to the router/AP
  15. if its an unmanaged/dumb switch then yes, if it is managed/smart then it depends on the settings
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