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Items tagged with: IPv6

Switch Your Network To IPv6

IPv6 How To Ready to move your home / SOHO connection to IPv6? We'll show you how.

ZyXEL Turns On IPv6 For Routers, Switches

ZyXEL logoZyXEL has announced IPv6 upgrades for some of its security routers and managed switches.

IPv6 Conversion Is A Plug And Play Away

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gogoCPE version 1.0gogo6 has announced a plug-and-play adapter that converts any IPv4 home network to IPv6.

IPv6 Basics

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Internet Protocol version 6, known as IPv6, is an upgrade to the world's most common network addressing scheme, Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4). The purpose of this post is to provide you with some background information on IPv6 and some simple things that you can do to get acquainted with it.

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Hi Guys, I have a problem with my Asus RT-AC87U with up to date official Asus FW and ASUSRT Merlin firmware. When i connect a 100MBit Lan Client this client is limited to 400kbs. The Same lan Client on a netgear Gigabit 8 Port switch is working fine wit 9Mbs. I ve already...
Hi, I'm trying to make a test. I'm looking to make one specific PC (if not, to any LAN PC) to point to an Image on my NAS or an URL if not, when they try to reach a website. Is there any way to make this happen by setting it up on...
I recently purchased an X99-Deluxe MB, and it has 2 1GB LAN ports. One of the options in the settings is to set these up for LAN teaming. Is there any benefit to using LAN teaming?
Whats the best way to setup the network into two different ip ranges, then share resources from a third? Basically I want to create a network for the kids to get the internet and access a shared printer, then create another network that has just my stuff on it...