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    My bad, I transposed the addresses. The gateway...

    My bad, I transposed the addresses. The gateway IP address for the new router is, in fact, 192.168.11.1. All devices, (printer excepted), got the new gateway address easily and moved on to bigger...
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    Here's what happened: What changed: 1. New...

    Here's what happened:

    What changed:
    1. New router with a different gateway address from the old router. Did not change new router's gateway address.
    2. The encryption type
    3. The channel...
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    Changing router's gateway address

    I am in the process of upgrading my router and am concerned about reconnecting all of my devices easily.
    The gateway address of the old router is 198.162.1.1 (an old Linksys WRT54GL). The new...
  4. Thread: XML to webpage

    by agf
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    XML is data. It doesn't auto-magically become a...

    XML is data. It doesn't auto-magically become a web page. Somehow, it has to be read as input by the HTML page using HTML 5 with JavaScript placing the data where it needs to go on the page, or by...
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