Recent content by Michael Gauthier

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  1. Michael Gauthier

    Frustrated by wireless modem reboots 3-4 times/day

    What is the status of the LEDs during the "reboot"? I'll check that at the next dropout.
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    Frustrated by wireless modem reboots 3-4 times/day

    Suddenlink has replaced the connection from a little way down the street and the part under ground twice. They claim the signal is perfect at the modem. THIS IS SOMETHING I NEVER THOUGHT OF!!! UPS is on order!!! Sorry, I should have mentioned in the OP that I shut that down and it did not...
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    Frustrated by wireless modem reboots 3-4 times/day

    I have had 4 different modem/wireless routers from 3 different vendors over a period of 3 years using Suddenlink. Three of them were my own purchase and one was a rental from Suddenlink. All of them reboot several times a day from 2 to 8 times, and the one I have now is 2-3 times a day. When I...
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    (Resolved) Differences in Chrome browser depending on the device

    I added the domain name home.lan and now it works without the '.' Thank much for the information.
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    (Resolved) Differences in Chrome browser depending on the device

    Netsh winsock reset didn't help, but the suggestion to add a period to the hostname did work. I can just simply type "dimlights." and the server comes up!
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    (Resolved) Differences in Chrome browser depending on the device

    This PC is a part of a local workgroup, not on a domain. Here is the output of ipconfig /all. Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Alien Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . : Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No...
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    (Resolved) Differences in Chrome browser depending on the device

    Took your advice and posted the question on a Windows Networking forum. Thanks again.
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    (Resolved) Differences in Chrome browser depending on the device

    Ping dimlights returns: Ping request could not find host dimlights. Please check the name and try again. ipconfig /flushdns was no help. I just updated the router firmware to 3.0.0.4.380_8120 from 3.0.0.4.380_4180 and that did not help either. so nslookup dimlights finds it okay, but ping...
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    (Resolved) Differences in Chrome browser depending on the device

    It is not using a proxy server. The router is Asus RT-N12D1 And the firmware is 3.0.0.4.380_4180
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    (Resolved) Differences in Chrome browser depending on the device

    C:\Users\Mike\desktop>nslookup dimlights Server: router.asus.com Address: 192.168.1.1 Name: dimlights Address: 192.168.1.62 C:\Users\Mike\desktop> I tried Edge and this is the result: "Hmmm...can’t reach this page Try this Make sure you’ve got the right web address: http://dimlights...
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    (Resolved) Differences in Chrome browser depending on the device

    I have a raspberry pi running a server. I connect to it by typing the IP address in a Chrome browser on mobile devices, Windows or a Mac. I can also type the pi's hostname "dimlights/" to access it, except on the Windows 10 PC running Chrome. On that PC I can only reach the pi via its IP...
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