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  1. Hi have the nano and the tetra mk 5.8. I was wondering if I could use them as simple wireless adapters? Is there a way to just plug them into my computers (mac, windows and a linuxmint) and arrange them to work the way my alfa adapter pretty much works when plugged in (to linux machine). I often am carrying around the nano and was wondering if it would boost the wifi signal range of my galaxy s10 as well. thanks
  2. Hi all, I want to make a probe to analyse packets traffic that are travelling through NIC. for instance, i am using 10Gbps interface card to capture packet traffic for 10 minutes.It could capture 600gb(6TB )of data.how could i parse and get specified fields through that.how could such a large volume of data and atlast how could i make this probe to achieve my goal.Does anyone could familiar with this.please respond me.your small tip will help me a lot. Thank you
  3. What's up community, So I was going through the Wifi-Megaprimer series from Vivek / securitytube.net - good stuff. Anyways, there was a section on "Alfa Card kung-fu" which basically talked about changing tx power and things of that sort by altering the Country Code for the regulatory domain. What I'm wondering, is if there is any way to change the "disabled" frequencies to be "enabled". I'm sure it's based off the Country Code as well so i'm thinking there is no way to do this??? That's what brings me to asking my fellow nerds. *My screen shots are to big and i don't really have time to me
  4. If i team 2 or more NIC's, does each nic still keep their pysical ip address even though virtual one has been created? Am asking this because i currently have a Windows Server 2012 Server with a Dual Gigabit PCI-X card with an IP set on each ethernet port, and each one is linked to an FTP server. am wondering if i do the NIC teaming will this conflict with the dedicated ftp servers. Thanks
  5. If i team 2 or more NIC's, does each nic still keep their pysical ip address even though virtual one has been created? Am asking this because i currently have a Windows Server 2012 Server with a Dual Gigabit PCI-X card with an IP set on each ethernet port, and each one is linked to an FTP server. am wondering if i do the NIC teaming will this conflict with the dedicated ftp servers.
  6. Hi there I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 set up , and I am running it as a DHCP, DNS, Router, AD, File Server, etc. I am installing VirtualBox on it and running a Linux distrobution that allows me to set up a Captive Portal. Guests will connect to wireless routers, running on the 172.24.255.255 subnet, and will be assigned an IP Address in the 172.24.1.1 to 172.14.1.253 range, and the routers will run on the 172.24.0.1 to 172.14.0.253 range. The routers will be connected to a switch that the computer running the server is connected to, the server has one NIC, and the routers will be on the
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