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A routing protocol is a means whereby devices exchange information about the state of the network. The information collected from other devices is used to make decisions about the best path for packet...
Answered by msilver : Jul 14 2010 08:47 PM
The default firmware in the router I use in my apartment doesn't give me much more logging than the internal IP, and what port or service is being used. Depending on what sort of router you use, d... full answer >
Answered by msilver : Apr 10 2010 06:00 AM
I found this item on the Apple Discussion Forums where someone mentions they solved the "FiOS Router Problem" which involves changing from WEP security to WPA.
QuoteOk, I have conclusively... full answer >