My network connection was driving me nuts. For some reason it started trying to connect by wired connection even though it NEVER has. The wireless connection kept disconnecting and Network would show my network as being out of range. This is a dektop. Nobody is moving it.
I connect my laptop to my school's wireless network, which blankets the entire campus. The name of the connection is the same throughout campus, but there seem to be different access points (I dont know the details of this).
The first time I connected to the wireless network, it was near my dorm, so I must have connected to an access point near my dorm.
I purchased my i7 2600k when it released over 2 years ago at $330 and I have to say it was one of my best investments yet when it came to hardware. I run it daily at 4.6 GHz (stock volts) without an issue and pretty much runs anything I throw at it with ease.
I am subscriber to WISP network.I use TP-Link 843ND Access point to build home network.
I can connect to this access point via cable(LAN port),I can connect the internet but after that, I unplug the LAN cable and I try to connect wirelessly, it accept my connection but it does not give me internet connection.When I run Windows Network Di
a few days ago finally I switched to Ubuntu 12.10 after many years of suffering with Windows or MacOSX. Now I think I found what I really need.:) But... I've got a problem. I'm working on a project and I need to connect to a remote intranet server through VPN. Since I have to use certificates I'm using OpenVPN. (I used OpenVPN on Windows as well).
I am establishing a network connection in my newly established company. I just want to know that which category of cable is best suited for my network. I need a high speed internet that must be capable to fulfill the upcoming needs.. Please suggest..