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  1. Thread: Something taking over internet connection by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
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    Samuria's idea is a good one, but I would...

    Samuria's idea is a good one, but I would approach it from "the other end":

    Press Cntrl-Shift-Esc to bring up Task Manager and keep an eye on the Processes tab. If you can re-create the problem,...
  2. Thread: Building a server or get a NAS by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 14 Views 1,675

    I'm not sure whether you are after consumer-grade...

    I'm not sure whether you are after consumer-grade or something more business-orientated, but have a look at Netgear's range of NAS. There's bound to be something the right size/grade for what you...
  3. Thread: Building a server or get a NAS by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 14 Views 1,675

    Kind of what I suspected. I'd take a close...

    Kind of what I suspected.

    I'd take a close look at an off-the-shelf NAS and make 100% sure there's nothing that will do what you want (spoiler alert: there is :chuckle: ). I have several Netgear...
  4. Thread: Need help accessing my security system by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 18 Views 6,517

    Just to be clear; the DVR and the computer you...

    Just to be clear; the DVR and the computer you want to access it from are both at the same location and connected to the same router (or network switch), correct?

    If that is correct, then port...
  5. Thread: Need help accessing my security system by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 18 Views 6,517

    That does help actually. I can now see that you...

    That does help actually. I can now see that you have an SHA14 system, which I found a manual for here.

    Chapter 5 has some notes about connecting to the DVR using Internet Explorer which might be...
  6. Thread: Need help accessing my security system by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 18 Views 6,517

    Glad to hear we're making some progress. Can...

    Glad to hear we're making some progress.

    Can you tell us the name and/or part number of the system? KGuard have some manuals available from their website that might be of use if we knew which one...
  7. Thread: Need help accessing my security system by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 18 Views 6,517

    Did you try this? If you didn't see the MAC...

    Did you try this?

    If you didn't see the MAC address listed, given that your IP addresses are in the range 192.168.1.x, then the second command should be:

    arp -s 192.168.1.200 macaddr

    where...
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    Hello and welcome DCIMorse! By today's...

    Hello and welcome DCIMorse!

    By today's standards the Intel card built-in to your laptop is pretty slow, so I wouldn't bother replacing it like-for-like. There are some potential alternatives for...
  9. Thread: Need help accessing my security system by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 18 Views 6,517

    Did you try the 3 IP addresses that Angry IP...

    Did you try the 3 IP addresses that Angry IP Scanner found?

    I assume that you have a CCTV recorder/server box that all the cameras are connected to, yes?

    So you're looking for the IP address of...
  10. Thread: Need help accessing my security system by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 18 Views 6,517

    Assuming the video system is on your local...

    Assuming the video system is on your local network and not somewhere on the Internet, you could use AngryIP Scanner to find all the active addresses.
  11. Thread: Download Speed incredibly Slow by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 2 Views 451

    Hi MrReeman and welcome. Is your PC connected...

    Hi MrReeman and welcome.

    Is your PC connected to your router via a cable or WiFi?

    Do you know the speed of the connection between your PC and your router?

    Do you have any other devices (such...
  12. Replies 2 Views 507

    Hi Shultzghost and welcome! There doesn't seem...

    Hi Shultzghost and welcome!

    There doesn't seem to be anything obviously wrong from your diagnostic report. Was it "failed" when you created it?

    I would suggest that unless you specifically want...
  13. Replies 19 Views 1,717

    Bear in mind that regardless of the WiFi speed,...

    Bear in mind that regardless of the WiFi speed, USB2 can only deliver data to your PC at an absolute maximum of 480Mbps. USB3 on the other hand is capable of 5000Mbps (yep, 10x more!).

    So even if...
  14. Thread: How to determine DHCP range? by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 34 Views 3,009

    Grr, still not fixed? That's annoying :( If...

    Grr, still not fixed? That's annoying :(

    If you ever want to pursue it further just pop back.
  15. Thread: Unable to open a particular site by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 9 Views 664

    I assume that you have Javascript installed and...

    I assume that you have Javascript installed and enabled on the systems you tried it on?

    To be honest these look like errors in the Javascript that run the site to me, so probably nothing you can...
  16. Thread: How to determine DHCP range? by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 34 Views 3,009

    Shouldn't really be necessary, but it never hurts.

    Shouldn't really be necessary, but it never hurts.
  17. Thread: How to determine DHCP range? by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 34 Views 3,009

    Good point pparks1, it is looking like a browsing...

    Good point pparks1, it is looking like a browsing problem.

    I vaguely recalled something about there being problems regarding browsing and SMBv1.0 on Windows 10, and found this:

    Network...
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    Do you have a specific reason to use IPv6 as...

    Do you have a specific reason to use IPv6 as opposed to IPv4 in your network?

    If not, I would disable it on all your devices and stick to IPv4 as it looks like there is a problem with IPv6...
  19. Thread: How to determine DHCP range? by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 34 Views 3,009

    OK, next thing I would do is make sure Windows...

    OK, next thing I would do is make sure Windows Firewall is not interfering with things.

    If you go to Control Panel -> System and Security -> Windows Defender Firewall -> Turn Windows Defender...
  20. Thread: How to determine DHCP range? by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 34 Views 3,009

    Did you also check the laptop for the same...

    Did you also check the laptop for the same settings?



    It's referring to a computer by it's Hostname, rather than it's IP address.
  21. Thread: How to determine DHCP range? by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 34 Views 3,009

    I'm not an expert on Remote Desktop, but my gut...

    I'm not an expert on Remote Desktop, but my gut feeling is that it's not related.

    It might be worth checking the box "Don't ask me again for connections to this computer" and see if that helps...
  22. Thread: How to determine DHCP range? by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 34 Views 3,009

    OK, that's good. At least the two machines can...

    OK, that's good. At least the two machines can see each other in just about the most basic way.

    Let's check that they are in the same workgroup.

    If you go into Windows Settings -> System ->...
  23. Thread: How to determine DHCP range? by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 34 Views 3,009

    OK, let's just check a few things. If you go...

    OK, let's just check a few things.

    If you go into Windows Settings -> Network & Internet -> Ethernet -> Network on both the laptop and PC and you should see something like this:

    341142

    On...
  24. Thread: How to determine DHCP range? by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 34 Views 3,009

    OK, just to clarify the basics: Your router...

    OK, just to clarify the basics:

    Your router presents an IP address to the outside Internet which is unique and usually issued by your internet provider when you connect. You don't see this (or...
  25. Thread: how to find mac addresses by daklone
    Forum: Network and Sharing
    Replies 5 Views 524

    The PC you checked from has probably never...

    The PC you checked from has probably never communicated with the Galaxy A20, which would explain why it doesn't appear in the ARP table.

    If you want to know it's MAC address, you should be able to...
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