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home networking

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    Question Network Issues - Wifi & PLEX Drops

    Hello Network Pros - I'm relatively new here and this is my first post. I am having weird network drops and Wifi Issues. Below is the network mapping of my home devices, before I jump into the problem. All arrows are connected using CAT6 shielded cables. I run PLEX media server on my Desktop...
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    Question Choosing network platform

    Greetings all, I am trying to figure out the best way to build my home network. I have 4 pieces of hardware I can use... 1) A TP-Link C2300 router with a dual core 1.8GHz processor 2) A UniFi USG Security Gateway at 500MHz. 3) A UniFi AC Pro access point 4) An 8 core AMD desktop (Nvidia 5XX...
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    VPN router configuration

    I have just flashed a Linksys e4200 router with AdvancedTomato in order to install my vpn on the router. One of the main reasons for doing this is to access US Netflix and AmazonPrime videos outside the US. I have fiber and my ISP provides a Tilgin wireless router (I've no idea about the chip...
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    Home network questions

    Hello, i'm in proccess of making some changes in my home network and i 'd like some advices. I live in an appartment that has 2 areas. Area A with 3 rooms and area B with 2 rooms. The areas aren't really isolated, but there are some brick walls and furiture that make the wifi communication...
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    Home network configuration questions

    Hello, Im in the process of planing my new home network systems and I got stuck on an unfamiliar area. On the house there are 2 floors(Ground floor and a basements) and 2 main central network cabinets. The first cabinet has all the cables coming from the ground floor and some from the basement...
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    Want to setup 2 home networks

    Hi, Have a modem (that connects to my ISP's network) with 1 port that's currently connected to a wifi router. I'm thinking of purchasing a switch that I can connect to the modem, and have at least 2 routers connect to the switch, hoping to have 2 networks. Before I go out buying, am I correct...