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WiFi Stumbler


System Requirements:

Operating Systems: Windows XP, Vista, 7, Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard) or later
Browsers: Firefox 3.5 and 3.6, Safari 4, Internet Explorer 7 and 8, Google Chrome (Win only)

The WiFi Stumbler console is laid out in five sections.
1. SSID-Channel distribution graph
2. Search field
3. Network list
4. Make-A-Wish box
5. Learn more about Meraki

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How to prefer IPv4 and disable IPv6 on Microsoft Servers

Many users don’t want to use IPv6 and prefer IPv4. When you for instance ping a hostname it typically responds with the IPv6 address. This can lead to certain problems when the network itself primarily is a IPv4 network.

The simple solution is just to uncheck the IPv6 on the NIC’s property page. However simply unchecking the protocol binding is not always sufficient to disable IPv6. It will seems to work at first, but you will eventually run into strange network problems. This is especially true for Windows Servers.

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