Taping down Ethernet cable without damaging paint?

I need to run some Ethernet cable across a room. The most logical thing, I think, is to go along the perimeter on to...

Ethernet vs TCP vs IP??

What is the difference between Ethernet, TCP, and IP in simple (simple abstract) terms? Please do not copy from Wik...

No ethernet adapter displayed on windows 10?

I upgraded my machine (after a lot of pain) to windows 10. My wireless adapter seems to be working correctly, althou...

Will an Ethernet splitter work??

I have a room with only one Ethernet cable going there, but I would like to connect two devices on it. Is an Etherne...

Is there any reason *not* to enable 802.3az (Energy-Efficient Ethernet) on a switch??

I have a PoE+ switch (ZyXEL GS1100-8HP) that has a button on the front to toggle IEEE 802.3az compliance. I looked t...

Combining two ethernet ports?

My computer has two gigabit ethernet ports on the motherboard. Is it possible to have the OS (Win XP) combine them a...

Ethernet limited, light on modem flashing orange?

I am hardwired to my modem (Ubee DDW36C - provided by Comcast). On my modem, the port led my laptop is connected to ...

How to i raise my Link Speed (receive/transmit)??

I just changed ISP to frontier and got 200/200 speeds but my gaming PC only reads 100/100 when i viewed my network p...

Wired router in front of a wireless router??

I have an AC3200, R8000 Wifi router. I want to have a wired-only router with at least 4 (preferably more) ethernet ...

How do I Connect a 30yr-old Tandy 1400LT laptop to the internet??

Just for the fun of it, I want to get an old Tandy 1400LT laptop: NEC V20 (Intel 8088 equivalent) 640 KB RAM 9'' C...

Cat5 Data Cabling Phone Works Data Doesn't?

I am working in a customers home and they have a home full of cat5 cabling. I have put a router in the main network ...

How to block the Ethernet port of a wireless router??

Is there a way to block the Ethernet(LAN) port of a wireless router? I'm not trying to block a particular device, ...

Do RJ45s need to be wired differently to enable POE (Power over ethernet)??

On larger projects we tend to buy CAT6 in drums of 1000ft, these are then run to the locations as required and RJ-45...