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You need to take into account that signals in the network move at finite speed. When the colliding parties are spaced apart, the later sender will detect the collision earlier than the other. The transmission period needs to be long enough so that the earlier sender reliably detects the collision as well. The jamming signal is designed to enable easy ...


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the ISP router needs to have a route to the 192.168.10.0/24 subnet via the RV320. The RV320 needs a default route via the ISP router. You need firewall rules in the RV320 permitting or denying communication between the VLANs and to/from the Internet. Note that as long as the ISP router is inside your LAN, your clients can just as well use that router. A ...


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