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    Are there any generate enclosures that would allow me to connect the same exterior generate to two different computers? I am preparing on purchasing another generate as well as fencing for back up requirements of almost everything on my C but i want to discover something that will allow me to link it to both a PC as well as a laptop or computer simultaneously as well as allow both to have accessibility.

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    This one has two IEEE 1394 slots and one USB. I do not know if you could connect it to two PC'S simultaneously through using the Fire wire slots. I extremely, HIGHLY question that you can link it via USB to two different PCS or even fire wire to one and USB to another. Your best bet might be to system the techniques together so you can accessibility the USB generate from one laptop or computer to another.

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    Unfortunately at a lot of institutions they restrict the type of things you can connect to the Ethernet relationship in your room--no wireless routers or anything like that idk. As well as I believe this mobo has 2 Ethernet slots though. could i system the PC'S together using an Ethernet cable? if so, is there a way I could discuss the internet relationship over the two?

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    You can use ICS. You will need a cross-over wire. If you are in higher education why not just link a change to your dorm Ethernet slot and then connect PC'S into the change. Your university should allow more than one computer device per Ethernet slot in the dormitory space but discuss to your IT help desk to be sure.

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    I am not there yet but I will be next season. I know a lot of educational institutions are tight on that stuff I set up a wi-fi wireless router in my siblings space at higher education as well as she finished up getting in problems for it.

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    A change is not the same factor as a wi-fi wireless router. I would not fear too much, changes should be permitted, especially in situations where there is one system slot and several roommates. In a scenario like that, the higher education often periods let's the learners examine out changes to use in the dormitory space.

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    I have got an additional wi-fi wireless router that i grabbed when it was available for 10 dollars. if i connect that in but not to the network as well as link both PC'S , will that work? that way i can use the additional LAN slot on my PC to get attached to the world wide web. the university I want to go to has wi-fi throughout the university, so laptops laptop or computer will never need to be straight attached to the Ethernet.

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    I do not know about the desktop computer, but it might make IP deal with disputes in laptops laptop or computer. What I mean is that I question that you will be able to get attached to both a wi-fi entry way and a wired wi-fi router with laptops laptop or computer. I think that you should just hang on until you get there and see what they allow you to do as well as what they do not allow you to do.

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    It is very likely that they will have no arguments to you having a wi-fi router provided that it is properly secured. Most institutions now need a college student to be determined to a web based relationship. Using an unprotected wifi router presents concerns as to who is using that slot. Wait and see. If you know where you want to go, just examine their guidelines on the internet.

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