networking – 1 internt connection, 2 routers, split into 3 separate networks, ethernet being its own network

I have one internet connection coming from coax to hitron coda modem/router. There are 3 ppl in the home, and I want to separate networks for all 3 of us. I would like to have ethernet on its own network as well. Is it possible? I have tried to connect r700 to Hitron with ethernet cable but my concern is if the 3rd guy connects into a port on the router am i in jeopardy?

aosp – Where can I find the list of networks considered not roaming?

Some time ago, back in the days of CyanogenMod, I stumbled across a list of network combinations which were not considered roaming.

Usually, Android looks at the MCC and MNC of the SIM card and compares them to those of the current network. If they do not match, Android considers itself to be roaming. The status bar icon will report this, and options such as disabling data while roaming take effect.

The list overrides this behavior by specifying combinations of MCC/MNC pairs which are not considered roaming. For example, O2 Germany (262-07) acquired rival E-Plus (262-03) a few years back. Initially, cell towers still used the MCC/MNC of the original operator, but customers could roam between both networks at no extra charge. For cases like these, the list would have had a rule like “if the SIM card has 262-07, consider network 262-03 to be the home network, not a roaming network” (and another one for the opposite case of an E-Plus card being used on an O2 tower).

This list sits somewhere in the source code and is not exposed through settings. Unfortunately, I do not know where to find it (and if it ever was part of AOSP, or added by Cyanogenmod).

Does anyone know where this list is located?

computer networks – Cisco Packet Tracer Assignment

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computer networks – SSID evaluation within the 802.11 protocol

Inspired by a question on superuser, I was reading up about the 802.11 protocol. This made me wonder if the SSID is actively used outside the authentication and association process. I know that it’s used for beacon frames which will get evaluated after a connection between AP and client has been established. But within beacon frames the SSID value is optional, so it made me think it does not get evaluated.

So my question is, will the SSID usually be evaluated during a connection between AP and client after the authentication and association process? Is this a required within the 802.11 protocol or is this up to the implementation?

I hope computer science is the right site to ask this question since I don’t feel it belongs on Network Engineering because it’s too theoretical.

networking – Wireless and Wired networks don’t work

I have this issue with my Ubuntu budgie 20.04 which both wired and wireless networks don’t work any more. I had this problem with wireless before and I reinstalled the os to fix it! It worked fine for a month but slowly the wireless network got disabled in middle of work and now after many restarts and shutdowns, it may work for 1 minute! today the same is happening with the wired connection but The odd thing is that the problem is only with the Ethernet cable connection and when I use usb and my mobile usb tethering option, my laptops internet works fine! I don’t know whether it is software or hardware and after many searches and command I couldn’t figure out the problem. Please help!

farzin@farzin-X541UVK:~$ lsb_release  -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description:    Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS
Release:    20.04
Codename:   focal

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neural networks – Encoding type for binary classification

In designing an extremely basic neural network to mimic a fundemental logic operation giving 1 binary output (OR, AND, XOR etc.).

2 designs can fit any of these functions (x--A->y means from x neurons to y neurons with A activation):

  1. 2--Sigmoid->3--Softmax->2 (I think this is called ‘one-hot encoding’)
  2. 2--Sigmoid->3--Sigmoid->1

Which is best and what are the pros and cons here?

computer networks – Create a query to display the top 5 most senior managers in the company

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europe – What international information sharing networks does the UK share immigration records with?

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europe – What international information sharing networks does the UK shares immigration records with?

This is similar to this question: What specifically is the extent of the UK’s membership/participation in the SIS, VIS, or other international information sharing networks?

Which rather focuses on which networks the UK is able to retrieve and access other countries’ records from, however, this question is focussed on asking which countries and groups of countries the UK can submit its own records TO.