I ran my own ethernet cable yesterday to my living room, with the sole purpose being it would connect straight to my nvidia shield. I ran line last night,no problems. This morning, no problems, Later in the day, I plugged new ethernet cable into my nvidia shield, and thats where the problem occured.Shield said signal strenghth was excellent, however nothing would load. My 2 guests lost the wifi on their phones, my computer, which is connected to an entirely different ethernet cable on the second floor would not work, and my cordless phone which is also upstairs, would not work. I unplug from shield, everything works.
I added a second network interface to a vmware VM. The second network interface is on a different network. I used nmtui to define the new interface and then rebooted the machine. Both interfaces come up and have IP addresses on the expected networks. For the sake of this question, I’ll call these network interfaces nic1 and nic2.
When both the nic1 and nic2 are active, I can only ping nic2. nic1 times out. When I deactivate nic2, I can ping nic1.
What is going on here and how do I get both network interfaces working at the same time?
My machine tends to switch arbitrarily to wifi when my laptop is connected to ethernet. I’m wondering how I can prevent this.
I found this adapter to add Ethernet to my android phone, but looks like doesnt power the device. Is there a way to have Ethernet connection and still be able to charge the device at the same time?
Also found this one but said power is for the USB devices and wont charge the tablet.
I’m using a Macbook Pro 15″ 2018 model. I want to use wired Internet connection with it. I’ve tried using 2 different USB-C hubs to accomplish this, both are USB-C to Ethernet plus some USB-A 3.0 ports (SD card reader slots on one of them). They both drained the battery life on my Mac by a lot, like roughly halved it or so even though I only used the Ethernet port on them.
Today I also got a pure USB-C to Ethernet adapter (not a hub). It seems to not drain the battery as much as the hubs but still has the same problem. I was hoping it would be better and I’ll test it some more tomorrow.
The thing is that without the Internet connection through a USB-C to Ethernet port the battery life is just fine. It seems that it’s as good as advertised, actually, more like 10 hours or so. I haven’t done a real test to see how long it actually lasts before it shuts down, but it’s still significantly better. Even Wi-Fi seems to use less power than USB-C to Ethernet.
Does anyone know a solution to this? Are USB-C to Ethernet connections on Mac bound to drain battery? Or could it be a software issue? I’ve tried searching the Internet a lot for a fix but it seems like a lot of people don’t even have this problem with these kinds of adapters.
Thank you so much for any help, and kindest regards.
Currently my task is to accept an ISDN data stream and convert it into ethernet connection.My idea is to build a Terminal Adaptar in the form of a card to insert into the pc,which will convert the ISDN protocols to Ethernet and process them.How can i practically solve this problem?I am allowed to use DSP or FPGA whichever found useful.Thank You.
So I was routing my internet from laptop to pc via ethernet due to issues with my network card and I mistakenly changed the ip settings on the adaptors on both devices and now I can’t get the bridged connection to work.
Does anyone know what the settings are supposed to be for this to work. Are the IP, subnet and DNS to be static or automatically assigned. Both devices running Windows 10 I believe.
I have installed Window Server 2019 in my laptop. I have a problem related to networking.
How to enable
Ethernet Network in window server. Before this i used window 10 their i found no problems. But in window server i faced problems like this.
Please help me???
I have fully updated windows. Also installed missing driver with
Driver toolkit. But Ethernet not working. I have some how enabled WiFi but enable to install
Ethernet. This is the networking state:
I have the Raspberry Pi 2, and the official WiFi dongle that comes from the makers of Pi. I’d like to mention that I’m very new to understanding technology, code, and how things work in general so I may be trying to do something that’s entirely impossible.
I was wanting to set up a sort of private router on the Pi in my room nearby, but noticed that all the tutorials for setting up Pi routers are for when you’re connected to the main router via
eth0. My question is: Is it possible for other devices to connect to the Pi like a router, and have all the traffic go through
wlan0 to the main router and back?
I’m guessing that modifying the tutorials to apply to
wlan0 could be what I’m asking, but I’m unsure if you can even have
wlan0 as both an access point for other devices and the Pi’s own connection to the internet at the same time. I feel like to someone with actual understanding of the topic, this may seem a very stupid question, so I apologise in advance.
I’ve in the past successfully set sharing of wireless Internet connection through Ethernet on Ubuntu 16.04 as described here. Unfortunately due to disk failure I install Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and cannot find anything similar to what is described in mentioned post. All menus are now different and I don’t know where to look.