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Was unable to access the forum on 12th Feb 2016 Tried on various browsers and even through Tor Browser Error I got attached View attachment 5524
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I have an Asus RT-AC87R and yesterday I had 2.4 Ghz and a 5 Ghz bands working perfectly. Today, my 2.4 GHz connection is gone and cannot be seen on mu...
Is it just me or has anyone else seen the blue and orange colors representing direction of data flow swap when you move from Realtime to Last 24 hours...
Hi guys I have some questions about LAN cables. I appreciate your answers. How does flat LAN cables works? What is its pros and cons? All the CAT6 c...