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Itseems,thattheMasquerading/NATismisconfigured. I'll take a look with the filter and see if I can make heads or tales of any of it. Unfortunately the problem went away on it's own, but I think you are right. ForumsJoin Search similar:ZyWALL USG VPN to VPN ClientVPN configuration (L2TP/IPSec-Dial-up SSG5) help[Config] Cisco 871 as IPSec server for Android client?Netgears built in VPN and Windows 7Win7 won't take WEP key...[WIN10] Upgrade https://forums.techguy.org/threads/strange-problem-with-a-private-network.595811/
Why have you *NOT* cut the cord? [CharterSpectrum] by RUQRU498. Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections then properties then Configure check the power management that this is set to off or a long time to ensure that the NIC does not shut It is possible that you manually set the IP address on your phone to 10.55.142.7.
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- If not, how can I go about troubleshooting? (reading logs, etc?)Thanks, and Happy New Year!Steve · actions · 2012-Dec-31 10:18 pm · HELLFIREMVMjoin:2009-11-25 HELLFIRE MVM 2013-Jan-1 12:48 am Is your VPN
And if you are familiar with the ADSL modem why do you think I can ping it with 65000 when in principle these modems doesnt respond on such of a high Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Homebrew OS: Windows 10 CPU: i7 6700 Motherboard: Asrock Z170 Extreme7+ Memory: 32 GB DDR4 2133 Graphics Card: GeForce 750Ti Sound Card: Asus Xonar DC Join our site today to ask your question. phillpower2 replied Mar 7, 2017 at 5:07 PM "TSG Coffee and Café with...
I've tried it out and it will definitely help me find who is assigning IP address. –kfrance Jan 22 '14 at 2:24 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote The Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. New post OpenDNS I can assure you that there are no ISP's that allow "unlimited" sharing.
I'm up for trying anything you might need me to :-) 0 Permalink rotblitz January 24, 2015 14:22 Now I was able to check your pastebin.com pictures from a different network. http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r27870344-Strange-VPN-Access-Problem This will tell you many things about the host pc, including (if you only have Windows machines) its name. After that it's doing alot of captures and playing with the tools on yourown to learn the program.Happy troubleshooting on the VPN!Regards · actions · 2013-Jan-13 11:48 am · stevemaymanjoin:2012-12-31San Diego, Click here to join today!
It lead to the solution even though it was not a technical one in the end. Our first thought was that the UTP cable is the reason, but im not sure anymore, because this happens randomly, like some days i have no problem with the network, but Any suggestion on my problem will be appreciated.
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This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. networking router ip dhcp share|improve this question asked Jan 21 '14 at 3:08 kfrance 43115 It sounds like you have a rogue DHCP server on your network. This made the whole network go crazy. this contact form Thread Status: Not open for further replies.
Sure enough it would not connect.I went back in, went through the morning routine. lor4ito, Jul 14, 2007 #1 Sponsor TerryNet Terry Moderator Joined: Mar 23, 2005 Messages: 72,824 "Me and my neighbour are sharing one internet connection." Since that surely violates the ISP's Any possiblity the IP address changedunexpectedly or is not resolving correctly?Any sort of error message(s) popping up during a connect attempt?I'd DEFINATELY look into whatever logs are available on the VPN i can use the printer connected to computer B very great.
Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: toshiba OS: windows 10 Quote philc43 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Pro User Posts : 2,045 64bit Win 10 Pro ver 1607 Build lor4ito, Jul 26, 2007 #8 TerryNet Terry Moderator Joined: Mar 23, 2005 Messages: 72,824 I understand your points, but what you showed is just an outline of major features of the When i visit https://www.opendns.com/welcome/ on network "A" i get "Welcome to OpenDNS", however with network "B" i get "Oops, You aren't using OpenDNS yet." Output from Client on network "A" : http://pastebin.com/K0kupsLEOutput from Like maybe he uses router, or he routs the network with his linux, or your suppose, guys, is that the problem comes from the old UTP cable?And how I sniff the
Make sure your trafficis able to make it to it, or however far it goes.c) do a telnet to said dyndns name on port 1723 from both connections... I'm not sure why my comment it cut off half way through. Keep us posted if it was the problem or not. The first thing you should try and see is which gateway you are assigned, when you are on the bogus subnet.
Browse other questions tagged networking router ip dhcp or ask your own question. There are no other router's in my house and nothing I can think of that would try to assign out IP addresses. or maybe a firewall in computer B which sometimes blocks the access? I don't have a proxy setup on my networks either.