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With interest rates at an all-time low in the U.S., many Americans are now able to build or buy their first home or, if they are already a homeowner, to upgrade to something better. Buying or building a home offers those who are technology-minded the opportunity to consider the integration of home connectivity up-front. Many new, custom-built homes now offer some level of basic home connectivity as an option; but this is a new phenomenon. Considering that the Internet has become a mainstream feature of our collective lifestyle in just a few short years, unless the home you are buying is fairly new it is likely that you are pretty much left to your own devices when it comes to networking.
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I have an N66u (Rmerlin 374.43_2) with the following vlan settings.robocfg vlan 20 ports "0t 8t"vconfig add eth0 20ifconfig vlan20 upbrctl addif br0 v...
dhcpstaticlist.sh is a helpful utility script to manage DHCP static leases. The script is only compatible with 384.13 release. The script displays a m...
In AP mode, does the WAN port automatically get assigned to LAN (VLAN 1)? I do see that in Tools -> Sysinfo, the WAN port gets assigned to VLAN 1, yes...
For those of you fighting the issue of 5ghz problems -- particularly pauses and disconnects -- here's another thing to look for: Do you have a Fire TV...
Just got into the VPN game today using IPVanish and Openvpn on my ac3100 running 384.13. Am able to successfully access my LAN when connected through ...

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