Most Common, main problems with a Networking System

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What are the most common problems with a networking system and how can they be resolved?

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Most Common, main problems with a Networking System

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Hello Khaled Mithun,
 
OK, here’s your question. What are the most common problems with a networking system and how can they be resolved?
 
Networking only works, if two of more devices are communicating properly. Good Examples are modem, router, computers, printers, gaming console and other smart phones that use wireless.
 
Most common problems are encryption, most mistakes are by typing WEP-WPA incorrectly. This type of connection only uses wireless. A device is connected to a network available in range; a good example is network name or SSID. Using encrypted code is needed, before it allows in joining the network.
 
Another problem is modem and router issue, 2 devices conflicting by how it set-up. One of the two equipment should be on bridge mode, to avoid miscommunication.
 
Internet Service provider has the ability to change the settings of their modem, into bridge mode, while router has its own steps to change the settings. It needs to log-in to the router’s GUI and change the configuration by either assigning the IP-Address to either automatic and or DHCP/Dynamic.
 
1 good example: Linksys router
 
Access the GUI, 192.168.1.1, leave it blank for username and type admin for password.
 
Change the IP address to either 192.168.2.1 to avoid IP-Address conflict with the modem. And or set the settings to DHCP/Dynamic. 
 
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Most Common, main problems with a Networking System

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Networking happens when 2 or more computers are communicating with each other or 2 or more computers are connected with each other. These computers are connected with each other using network devices such as LAN cable or network cable, Bluetooth connectivity, wireless router, and others. A network problem happens when a device attached between 2 computers gets disconnected therefore terminating the connection. Below are examples of common network problems:

  • Network card and IP address problems – there are times incorrectly configuring computers on a network results in assigning 2 or more computers with the same IP address. Since the IP address is the only thing that identifies each machine from one another, this will surely result on connection problems. To fix this, simply assign a different IP address on every computer.
  • Network related problems – this is common when using a 3G or 4G wireless mobile broadband USB modem. This type of device solely relies on the strength of signal reception. The stronger the signal is the better for the connection. And when there is very poor signal in the area, a user might experience no connection if not very slow network speed. To fix this, simply transfer to a different location where there is enough or strong signal reception.
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Most Common, main problems with a Networking System

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