Frequent questions: what is 192.168.0.0? What an unusual IP address ending with zero? Can I assign 192.168.0.0 IP address to my router, the network card of my computer or android phone? So let us look at what is this.
Nowadays wireless networks are almost at every home. And surely you hear people around talking about wireless equipment from time to time. So let us find out what is the difference between such frequently used notions as “Router”, “Wireless Router” and “Access Point”. Continue reading
Almost all routers allow to assign a fixed hostname and domain name to a dynamic Internet IP address. After that you would be able to access the router remotely from anywhere. Here is how to create a free hostname at No-IP and set it up on your router. Continue reading
You may want to access your home router remotely through Internet: from your work or even from your mobile phone. In this case you will be able to reboot router or change its settings at any time. Here is how to access D-link and TP-Link router remotely from anywhere on the Internet. Continue reading
ZenMate is a service that allows you change IP address to another country in two clicks. ZenMate exists in a form of browser extensions: for Chrome, Firefox and Opera. It has a paid and a free version. In a free version you can select one of the four countries to use their IP addresses: USA, Germany, Romania, Hong Kong. Here is how to install ZenMate into your browser and change IP address to another country. Continue reading
What is Google DNS
Google Public DNS represents two IP addresses for IPv4 – 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168. 22.214.171.124 is the primary DNS, 126.96.36.199 is the secondary one. Google DNS service is free to use and can be used by anyone who has access to the Internet. You can use Google DNS IP instead of your ISP’s DNS servers to improve the resolve time and provide security. Continue reading