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    Linksys MR9600 - Maximum mesh nodes

    Can anyone advise me as to the maximum number of nodes that can be on this MESH network according to the info below? Linksys MR9600 Beacon Frame (Primary Velop Node) (HE Capabilities) Ext Tag: HE Capabilities (IEEE Std 802.11ax/D2.0) Ext Tag Number: HE Capabilities (IEEE Std 802.11ax/D2.0)...
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    Mesh or second router?

    I recommend the MR7350, MR9600 or MX5300. https://www.snbforums.com/threads/linksys-mr7350-wifi6-introduction.65565/ https://www.snbforums.com/threads/linksys-mr9600-wifi6-introduction.65511/ https://www.snbforums.com/threads/linksys-velop-mx5300-wifi6-introduction.65455/
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    EA9500 Serial Console to CFE

    I made this thread a long time ago - can't remember. I can check on that later today.
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    EA9500 Serial Console to CFE

    I made this thread a long time ago - can't remember. I can check on that later today.
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    Ars: Linksys Routers Leak MAC Addresses Of Anything Ever Connected

    I think what Linksys was saying is that they couldn't reproduce the claim that this issue was also on the WAN side of things which it isn't.
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    Ars: Linksys Routers Leak MAC Addresses Of Anything Ever Connected

    To see the issue open Google to your Linksys login page. Then open Google Developer Tools and refresh the login page. In developer tools Network tab click on the JNAP sections listed and have the Response tab open. You will see the information there. This layer2 information can be scanned from...
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    LinkSys EA9500 V1.1 boot loop

    If your EA9500 is still under warranty I recommend RMA swapping it. Contact [email protected] to get the RMA.
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    Ars: Linksys Routers Leak MAC Addresses Of Anything Ever Connected

    Linksys investigated this and their response is in the below link: https://www.linksys.com/us/support-article?articleNum=246427 It seems this badpackets article may not be accurate.
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    ASUS AiMesh Reviewed

    Thank you
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    ASUS AiMesh Reviewed

    Yes but not for the bottom chart. Unless those are also in ms also (which now seem obvious) and no throughtput testing was done.
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    ASUS AiMesh Reviewed

    I find the charts hard to understand in the review because no legend or list of what UOM is applied to which value is listed.
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    Cisco Announces New Meraki Go SMB Wi-Fi Solutions

    Do these require Meraki a subscription to keep in operation?
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    Can localhost:8888 cause interference on my network?

    Well without an error event or more clues I have no more suggestions. I would install Wireshark on either one of the computers in question to look for DSN or heavy traffic packets between the two devices.
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    Can localhost:8888 cause interference on my network?

    Ok well localhost isn't the issue. What is your 10.0.0.0 IP Subnet Mask? (255.255.255.0)
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    Can localhost:8888 cause interference on my network?

    I see, interesting stuff. I don't think this has anything to do with the router. It sounds to me like you have a networking issue. On the computer running Jupyter server run command "ping localhost" and see if the IP address listed is the same as the computer's IP or 127.0.0.1.
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