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Most general questions on LANs, especially home networks. Some admin and design issue.

Ralph Becker

General networks, including LAN (ethernet, cable modem, DSL), dialup (modems), WAN (frame relay, ATM), and other related networking technologies.

Sudhanshu Gupta

Any question related to IP routing protocols - BGP/OSPF/IGRP/EIGRP/RIP, HSRP. Bridging/DLSW, Cisco routers and Switches, LAN/WAN installation and monitoring.

Norman Davis

Basic Network Questions, home networks and Lan issues in an office environment.

Jeff K

I'm a Network and Application Performance Specialist, and have worked for some of the best software companies in the world.

Computers Unlimited LLC

Computers Unlimited LLC can answer question pertaining to switches, routers, Ethernet cabling. Computers Unlimited is also able to answer questions pertaining to file and printer sharing. Remote access using options such as Remote Desktop, Windows Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).

John Teodoro

I have over 20 years of experience in computer troubleshooting, networking and repairs as well as electronics. I can answer questions concerning Windows Server 2003/2008/2008R2 and 2012. Hardware repair and upgrades as well as questions regarding Windows XP/7/8. I have also developed a speciality with Hyper-V the last year. If I don't know it, I will try my very best to find the answer.

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2016-11-25 Wifi Repeater/extender:

Hi Chandan, and thanks for your question.    Here are a couple of sets of instructions that should help you:

2016-11-22 Host server on home computer and access outside:

Hi Pranjal,     For this to work, you typically need a public IP associated with your router (house), and not the community.     Here's a test:    1. Setup logging in your router (inbound and outbound)

2016-10-04 Router settings:

Hello,  You are correct your Internet speed is no where near the speeds type N routers are capable of. However if you were to ever transfer files from on computer to the other that transmission will occur

2016-09-29 network printer:

Hi Gregory  If all you did was Switch ISPs there is nothing you need to do as far as the computers go.    Make sure that all the computers and all the printers are still on the same network. You may need

2016-09-21 network slow down:

I'm not familiar with Iobit malware.  I've used Malwarebytes for years and it's just excellent.  I simply run it now and again when I need to but don't leave it running, as I don't wish it to be consuming

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