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About sambarrett23072

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  1. Also if you have a 30mbpd down internet connection that doesn't mean 30 for each device it means 30 access all devices.
  2. If the card was dead it would more than likely not have shown anything at all. I'm not really sure what you mean by internet card either. Do you mean a wired PCI express card or a wireless one ?
  3. This would mean you would have two LANs, I wouldn't really recommend it unless you want a separate network.
  4. You would need to form relationships with higher tier providers which would more than likely be difficult.
  5. The only thing I disagree with is the GNS3 thing, that isn't what GNS3 is for in any way and dose not properly support configuring switches.
  6. Seeing as you have tried that maybe it is some weird driver issue, I'm assuming you haven't had this issue with any other devices so maybe re-install the drivers.
  7. Yeah, You can easily add more later and they just plug into the switch.
  8. Yeah, so normally these access points will have a wireless access point controller however I believe with these ubiquity ones it uses one of the access points as the controller. I would recommend placing a couple of access points strategically and disabling the wifi function on the router. Your home router really doesn't do a lot (ie the only actually routing it does is out to the internet. Not that intensive so I would just keep the router you have.
  9. As far as I understand pppoe is just a way of your isp authenticating the router at the other end is the one they gave you or that it is at least one that you are using if they gave you the password. I would assume that the ISP is somehow blocking the VPN. They may be able to tell by the protocol it uses, etc. What VPN are you using?
  10. I've never heard of an m.2 WiFi card but there are plenty of PCI Express ones on the market. I normally go for whatever one is rated at the correct speed and sits near the top of Amazon for a decent price.
  11. I'm sure there are many on the internet, guessing is normally a good way. There is a rule that we don't discuss how to avoid security on the forum and I don't want to tell people how to break into WiFi networks.
  12. My best answer would probably be no. Even in the enterprise space we avoid using full mesh networks at the access level and it is normally only full mesh at the core, sometimes distribution and ISP level. It is normally complex and probably not worth it.
  13. Really depends on the end device, if all your devices are 1000mbps (1gbps) there is no real point in going higher than 5e in the home. If I'm not mistaken 6e dose not have any higher speed than 5e.