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How To Disable IPV6 on Windows 10 with PowerShell

How To Disable IPV6 on Windows 10 with PowerShell Introduction In today’s post we will look into how to disable IPV6 using PowerShell on Windows 10. You ask why would you want to disable IPV6? There could be several reasons like not being used on the network, causing network binding issues or causes intermittent network disconnects (VPN) and other reasons. SO let’s move along and see just how... read more

How To View Listening UDP Ports on Windows

Introduction From time to time we need to view “UDP” ports that are in a listening state on Windows. In this short post we will see how to do this with the netstat command. Process The process to view the UDP ports in listening state is simple. Open a command prompt and type, netstat -an | find “UDP” | more: C:\>netstat -an | find “UDP” | more UDP *:* UDP... read more

How to Resolve iPhone Wireless disconnects on Linksys EA6900 Router

Introduction You know how it is, there is always an issue that occurs that stumps us for a time, it consumes us until we can resolve it. Well, here is one of those stump moments that has a resolution. There was a nagging issue where wireless connectivity was not consistent on the iPhones (5 and above), but wireless was good on other devices just not Apple devices (iPod, iPhone and iPad) on a new Linksys... read more

How To Setup a DDNS enabled Router Through Double NAT

Recently my ISP upgraded my trusty Cisco 675 to a Westell 6100 due to an upgrade of my service. It was shortly afterwards I noticed I could no longer access my Linux server using DynDNS. Nothing had changed with my account and settings on both ends. Upon investigating I noticed my ISP DNS had changed from a routable 10.x.x.x address to a non-routable 192.168.x.x. After searching the Internet and checking... read more