• Can i order a water and wifi at starbucks?

    would it be weird if a ordered just water, and wifi at starbucks? i dont have wifi at my house, and i need to use wifi, so it seemed smart to go to starbucks.
    would it be weird if a ordered just water, and wifi at starbucks? i dont have wifi at my house, and i need to use wifi, so it seemed smart to go to starbucks.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it possible to have both Wireless and a wired connection at a house?

    So this is probably a stupid question to ask but, i currently have WiFi at the house and I want fast speeds to my PS4 so would it be possible to still have WiFi for the rest of the house hold and have a wired connection to my PS4? I have a router and a modem.
    So this is probably a stupid question to ask but, i currently have WiFi at the house and I want fast speeds to my PS4 so would it be possible to still have WiFi for the rest of the house hold and have a wired connection to my PS4? I have a router and a modem.
    5 answers · 10 hours ago
  • Can I use torrenting to set up a p2p comm ilne with my friend on a different network?

    Hello We both have ISPs that suck and won't provide a public IP unless you pay a good amount. So I can't simply put up a game server or FTP server where people around the world can join. So I was wondering if I can set up a peer to peer connection to my friend for playing a game or sharing a file. Yes,... show more
    Hello We both have ISPs that suck and won't provide a public IP unless you pay a good amount. So I can't simply put up a game server or FTP server where people around the world can join. So I was wondering if I can set up a peer to peer connection to my friend for playing a game or sharing a file. Yes, only one friend. Is that possible?
    5 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Can a I buy a cable modem and get internet from basic cable? Is internet service provided through basic cable?

    Best answer: It really all depends on what the carrier provides as "basic cable"... normally that is only the TV side of the equation. Internet, phone, etc are all usually an "add on" to most "basic cable" service. Just because the cable is connected does not mean the other end of that cable is... show more
    Best answer: It really all depends on what the carrier provides as "basic cable"... normally that is only the TV side of the equation.

    Internet, phone, etc are all usually an "add on" to most "basic cable" service. Just because the cable is connected does not mean the other end of that cable is "internet connected". The connection has to be setup by the carrier for the internet to work. (Cables all have two ends!!)

    Check the carriers website (Spectrum, Comcast, etc.) See what they provide with "basic cable"! It matters.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is FaceTime free?

    I have an iPad and I have WiFi
    I have an iPad and I have WiFi
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Mystery: why won't my PC connect to the internet at night?

    My PC could always connect to the internet just fine no matter the time via ethernet cable. Randomly, the past few nights have all seen it disconnect from the internet completely at around 12 – 1 AM. Router is fine, ethernet is chipped on one of the ends but it makes no sense for this to only affect my PC at night... show more
    My PC could always connect to the internet just fine no matter the time via ethernet cable. Randomly, the past few nights have all seen it disconnect from the internet completely at around 12 – 1 AM. Router is fine, ethernet is chipped on one of the ends but it makes no sense for this to only affect my PC at night and then correct itself by morning. The PC says it is connected, but I get the "website down or moved permanently" from all browsers. I also can't connect to discord. I have updated everything, I have ran virus scans that show no signs of any problems.... I messed around with the firewall settings to but nothing changed! It just happens at night. No other time. Only night, 12 – 1 AM. It is really annoying when I have work to finish! What could be the problem????
    4 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Hi I m 16 n will be 17 dis summer n I ll be getting a apartment wid my boyfriend who s 18, am I ready to move out wid a man?

    Best answer: Probably not ready, but sometimes it's nice to do things before you're totally ready. OTOH, you could rent a small room and spend a little time with your b/f, but still have a home base to fall back on if you feel like it. Maybe you won't. Maybe you will. 18-y/o men can be immature.
    Best answer: Probably not ready, but sometimes it's nice to do things before you're totally ready. OTOH, you could rent a small room and spend a little time with your b/f, but still have a home base to fall back on if you feel like it. Maybe you won't. Maybe you will. 18-y/o men can be immature.
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do mac address always stay the same?

    4 answers · 16 hours ago
  • How do I find my WiFi password?

    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • How to connect Canon iR 3300 Network Connection to PC?

    How to connect Canon iR 3300 Network Connection to PC, what Drivers to use, what type of Cable to use, IP Address Settings, complete step by step Setup instructions. Model: Canon iR3300/2200N 5.6 GB HDD RJ45 Port PC: Windows 7 Ultimate (64 Bits)
    How to connect Canon iR 3300 Network Connection to PC, what Drivers to use, what type of Cable to use, IP Address Settings, complete step by step Setup instructions. Model: Canon iR3300/2200N 5.6 GB HDD RJ45 Port PC: Windows 7 Ultimate (64 Bits)
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to get a DHCP server to create addresses among 3 VLANs? in a LAN on PKT.?

    I keep hitting the same brick wall, setting up two wireless networks and a LAN which connect to a switch and then a router which is part of a larger network. However they keep demanding static addresses, all need to be VLANned but all need DHCP from a server within their subnet. How is this normally done?
    I keep hitting the same brick wall, setting up two wireless networks and a LAN which connect to a switch and then a router which is part of a larger network. However they keep demanding static addresses, all need to be VLANned but all need DHCP from a server within their subnet. How is this normally done?
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I power 3 enterprise routers & 3 enterprise switches with 3 computers with a regular outlet or two, or do I need a special power set up?

    I'm looking to set up a home lab and I'm wondering if I need a special set up for power or if a regular/typical surge protector is enough/sufficient.
    I'm looking to set up a home lab and I'm wondering if I need a special set up for power or if a regular/typical surge protector is enough/sufficient.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • What is a subnet mask?

    Best answer: its a mask of ip
    Best answer: its a mask of ip
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • WRT54G outdated?

    Best answer: The WRT54G only supports up to 802.11g (~54Mbps) while the Ethernet ports are 10/100Mbps.
    You'll need a access point that supports a newer standard and one that supports Gigabit Ethernet.
    Best answer: The WRT54G only supports up to 802.11g (~54Mbps) while the Ethernet ports are 10/100Mbps.
    You'll need a access point that supports a newer standard and one that supports Gigabit Ethernet.
    6 answers · 1 week ago