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  1. Re: Will you be one of the 350,000 without Internet July 9th?

    If you are using Windows, any version type with a admin account:

    C:\WINDOWS\system32>ipconfig /flushdns

    Windows IP Configuration

    Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.
    ...
  2. Re: Two routers, One SSID, One seamless home network???

    If one of the Routers can become a access point. You got it made. Anything connecting to the AP will have a address on your normal sub-net. This will take up two IP Address on your sub-net. One for...
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    Re: Do I need a router?

    It sounds like your Cable Modem is in bridge mode. And your Cable Company only gives/allows you one IP Address/Mac Address with your service. If your Cable Modem has more then one LAN port. You...
  4. Re: Been out of the computer scene for a while but want to build a monster.

    If you do decide to use a smaller SSD for fast booting. And you have the need to store large files. (Virtual environments) You can use audit mode in your version of Windows. And a second Hard Drive...
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    Re: Need help choosing a router.

    Check out: http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/

    Bruce :-)
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    Re: What network equipment do I need?

    A Wireless Bridge is always connected...

    Most computer's let you share a adapter wired/wireless... You could use this to turn on/off your internet for your other devices.

    Bruce :-)
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    Re: need advise dual wan setup

    I believe each router can be on the same sub-net with their LAN ports, just at different ip address.

    If you were using a Class "C" network:

    First router could have 192.168.0.1/24
    Second...
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