I switch port 135 to port 49806. I do not want to port forward, I want to actually switch the ports in windows 10.

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Tracy L is correct. Windows of ANY flavor wouldn’t do this for you. The software package running the network for Windows is the place to do this. Generally speaking, once a “fixed” port accepts a particular connection and selects a “negotiated’ port for the next connection, you are done. So the best way is to … Continue reading I switch port 135 to port 49806. I do not want to port forward, I want to actually switch the ports in windows 10.

I connect two switches directly to the same router and add 16 slots for Ethernet

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Technically, you can add as many switches as you want to the router. Switches are just that, they switch the Ethernet packets based on source and destination. This has little to do with what functions the router does. You can use larger switches, like 24 port or even 48 port switches, though most box stores … Continue reading I connect two switches directly to the same router and add 16 slots for Ethernet

Wi-fi routers

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Open Start . Click the Windows logo in the bottom-left corner of the screen. Open Settings . Click the gear-shaped icon in the lower-left corner of the Start menu. Click Network & Internet. It’s in the Settings menu. Click the View your network properties link. You’ll find this near the bottom of the Status page. … Continue reading Wi-fi routers