• Is it possible to find someones IP if u know where they live?

    I know where my friends house is but i wanna know his IP
    I know where my friends house is but i wanna know his IP
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Wouldn't it make sense to use a dial-up modem to network 2 computers in this case?

    If you have a computer laptop that is off the grid from any gsm 3G 4G towers, and the only thing at your disposal is a phone jack and a phone service, wouldn't you want to network that laptop with your desktop that is miles away at your home over a dial up internet connection?
    If you have a computer laptop that is off the grid from any gsm 3G 4G towers, and the only thing at your disposal is a phone jack and a phone service, wouldn't you want to network that laptop with your desktop that is miles away at your home over a dial up internet connection?
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Whats my wifi code?

    10 answers · 4 days ago
  • How to enable wireless on laptop windows 7?

    My laptop for some reason only can connect to internet through an ethernet cable at the moment even though it’s been connected without it before but now its saying wireless is not currently enabled. I’ve tried everything i’ve seen so far like checking if the wireless switch is on, going into change adapter settings... show more
    My laptop for some reason only can connect to internet through an ethernet cable at the moment even though it’s been connected without it before but now its saying wireless is not currently enabled. I’ve tried everything i’ve seen so far like checking if the wireless switch is on, going into change adapter settings but the router is not an option there. What do i do?
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why am I experiencing latency issues only on Wifi while online gaming?

    So for the past few months I've started to experience latency issues while playing online games on my PS4. The ping is constantly changing, causing rubberbanding in game. I switched routers but the problem still continued, so I got an ethernet cable and now its working fine. What is the source of the issue? It... show more
    So for the past few months I've started to experience latency issues while playing online games on my PS4. The ping is constantly changing, causing rubberbanding in game. I switched routers but the problem still continued, so I got an ethernet cable and now its working fine. What is the source of the issue? It can't be the routers because I changed them and it still was causing latency issues, but if the ethernet is working then it can't be the ISP either can it?
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why can’t I connect to the internet?

    I can’t connect to the WiFi in my bedroom. It can see it but it says there’s no internet (you know that little yellow warning thing). It’s only in my room, everywhere else is fine. I don’t understand because I got one of those tp link things and it still won’t work. Sometimes it’ll connect, but most of the time it... show more
    I can’t connect to the WiFi in my bedroom. It can see it but it says there’s no internet (you know that little yellow warning thing). It’s only in my room, everywhere else is fine. I don’t understand because I got one of those tp link things and it still won’t work. Sometimes it’ll connect, but most of the time it won’t. Does anyone know what might cause this?
    3 answers · 4 days ago
  • Trying to Connect Cat6 Jack?

    I opened my wall up to find the correct colors for my cat6 wiring, but found this. What do/can I do? https://m.imgur.com/gallery/McWMSvO
    I opened my wall up to find the correct colors for my cat6 wiring, but found this. What do/can I do? https://m.imgur.com/gallery/McWMSvO
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do different WiFi routers have different IP addresses? I want to know since I got IP banned on twitter and it's like my only other solution.?

    Best answer: Keep your router. Your provider determines you IP. Proxies or VPN are the way to hide your actual IP. There are free options but they are not all that reliable. You can buy either private or semi private proxies pretty cheap and they work well or you can opt for a VPN (Virtual Private Network) and you will be set.... show more
    Best answer: Keep your router. Your provider determines you IP. Proxies or VPN are the way to hide your actual IP. There are free options but they are not all that reliable. You can buy either private or semi private proxies pretty cheap and they work well or you can opt for a VPN (Virtual Private Network) and you will be set. Don't forget to clear you cookies because even if you have a new IP, the tracking cookies will give you away. Make sure you get the flash cookies as well as any tracking beacons.
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • How they now I was banned even after changing my ip?

    Today something weird happening to me! I was banned from a website and a chat room! so after that I ve changed my IP address by a VPN but still they know it s me! how is that possible? how they can know it s me even after changing my IP address by BPN?
    Today something weird happening to me! I was banned from a website and a chat room! so after that I ve changed my IP address by a VPN but still they know it s me! how is that possible? how they can know it s me even after changing my IP address by BPN?
    7 answers · 7 days ago
  • Does this slow my wifi?

    One computer is connected to modem with an Ethernet cable while other computers just use wireless signal from the modem. Does having one computer connected to the modem via an ethernet cable slows the wifi connection for other computers?
    One computer is connected to modem with an Ethernet cable while other computers just use wireless signal from the modem. Does having one computer connected to the modem via an ethernet cable slows the wifi connection for other computers?
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • How to set up WI FI passsword?

    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can someone using my wifi internet see my internet history or google searches?

    Best answer: Quick answer: No. In order to do this, the person wouldn't just need access to your wifi but also to your computer. While there are programs that can give you remote access to someone's computer it's not something you're likely to have on your computer. So, it is technologically possible...but... show more
    Best answer: Quick answer: No.

    In order to do this, the person wouldn't just need access to your wifi but also to your computer. While there are programs that can give you remote access to someone's computer it's not something you're likely to have on your computer. So, it is technologically possible...but not feasible.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it possible to extend the wifi this far? (Pic included)?
  • Any ideas how or what I can do?

    You are asked to design a device that makes the fridge SMART!. Your device should be able to read the item name and expiry date of all the items that a user keeps in the fridge (e.g. milk, chicken, cheese, etc). Once an item is expired or about to expire, the device will keep sending you messages to remove this... show more
    You are asked to design a device that makes the fridge SMART!. Your device should be able to read the item name and expiry date of all the items that a user keeps in the fridge (e.g. milk, chicken, cheese, etc). Once an item is expired or about to expire, the device will keep sending you messages to remove this item as soon as possible. Also, based on the items in the fridge, the device will search the internet or a predefined database for a suggested recipe that can use the existing items to prepare today’s lunch or dinner. For example, if there are some eggs and milk in the fridge, the device will send a recipe of pancakes!
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why can my phone connect to the wifi but my computer cant?

    On my computer it says limited access to wifi and diagnostics service isnt running, help?
    On my computer it says limited access to wifi and diagnostics service isnt running, help?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Modem Issues: Netgear CM500?

    Problem started a couple days ago. Playing COD on PS4 (LAN and Wireless) and every time I would try to play online the modem (all lights yellow except for the very bottom one which is always orange) would all of a sudden switch off (except for the power) and then either be a solid or blinking orange. All other... show more
    Problem started a couple days ago. Playing COD on PS4 (LAN and Wireless) and every time I would try to play online the modem (all lights yellow except for the very bottom one which is always orange) would all of a sudden switch off (except for the power) and then either be a solid or blinking orange. All other devices (cell phones, smart watch, laptop) that are connected via wireless have been cutting in and out. We have tried the following: - Restarting EVERYTHING (Modem, WiFI router, laptop, ps4, phones, watch) - Disconnecting anything that could be interfering with the connection so only the laptop is hooked up. - Getting as close as frackin possible to the modem and wifi router... any closer and they would be touching my laptop. - We have called our ISP (Comcast) and they said that their system is fine, that our modem is fine and they even restarted our modem remotely and that did nothing. -We updated the firmware to the latest version and now the problem is worse because I cannot connect wirelessly at all now (all yellow lights no connection) whereas before there would be gaps in connection where I could try and do things) So now I can t go back to the previous firmware version (netgear needs it to be a wireless connection or else it will do absolutely nothing for you) Help would be appreciated. Thank you!
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is :telnet?

    some IP called 102.144.101.1:telnet is trying to connect to my pc and its in time_wait phase and its there like 20 times retrying like every 2 minutes what is that?? is that some sort of a virus?
    some IP called 102.144.101.1:telnet is trying to connect to my pc and its in time_wait phase and its there like 20 times retrying like every 2 minutes what is that?? is that some sort of a virus?
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What does the internet installer guy do?

    Best answer: He will need access inside your house where the modem/router will go. For instance, I have a cabling box in the closet of my bedroom where the phone line, cable line, fiber line, etc. all come in from outside, and then get distributed throughout the rest of the house. He will plug in the modem/router and make... show more
    Best answer: He will need access inside your house where the modem/router will go.

    For instance, I have a cabling box in the closet of my bedroom where the phone line, cable line, fiber line, etc. all come in from outside, and then get distributed throughout the rest of the house.

    He will plug in the modem/router and make sure it gets a connection. He will then use his laptop (or tablet) to configure it.

    Once it is configured he will ask you to connect to the internet. Preferably using a laptop or desktop computer. You will configure the wifi on your computer to connect to the new modem's wifi, and from there you should be able to access the internet.

    One thing I like to do is run a speedtest. This lets you verify that your connection is working, and you're getting the upload and download speeds you're paying for. The installer will know how to do this.

    Once you have confirmed the internet is working, you will sign the work order, and the installer will be on his way.

    Protip: Offer a bottle of water or juice or something to the installer. They often spend most of their day crawling around in uncomfortable and cramped places and a little kindness (and hydration) works wonders.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago