I've been in the new serviced office (REGUS) for two days and their networking is driving me mad.
The single office has 8 RJ45 network ports. Each port has access to the internet but even though all 8 network port is on the same subnet, none of the computers, NAS or printers can access each other. Now I'm quite competent in the networking as I been doing this kind of thing for 20 years.
I have never been so frustrated. If I want to get any kind of IT support it going to cost me $$.
Also, my VoIP phones are not working correctly either, suffering from the one-way audio issue. They can hear me but I can't hear them. But I think this is a common problem with Serviced Offices as they block the VoIP traffic so you have to use their phone system. $$
So does anybody know how to set-up a local LAN network in a REGUS serviced office?