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    You have to configure the wireless adapter to...

    You have to configure the wireless adapter to have the same setting on wireless router, then can only join the wireless network successfully.

    Hope helps..
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    You need to set up ad hoc wireless connection...

    You need to set up ad hoc wireless connection between that desktop computer and labtop first (that's why you saw disconnected wireless network if this wireless link is not up), then enable Internet...
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    Try to use ping to troubleshoot this network...

    Try to use ping to troubleshoot this network problem, and if all methods fail and you suspect it's windows problem, then can give winsockfix a try.. Good luck..
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    Try to relocate the wireless router/AP at 1st...

    Try to relocate the wireless router/AP at 1st floor if possible, i think the wireless signal was blocked by ceiling wall..
  5. Just get a network switch and connect all...

    Just get a network switch and connect all computers to the switch and enable Internet Connection Sharing on computer A only. This will allow computers B and C to connect to Internet also.

    Of...
  6. You can just connect 2nd PC's LAN card to the...

    You can just connect 2nd PC's LAN card to the other PC with 2 LAN cards (1 is connected to 2nd PC and the other one is connected to Internet) by using crossover cable.

    Then enable Internet...
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    Multihome usually means a computer configured...

    Multihome usually means a computer configured with multiple different IP addresses, and most of the time this computer is a router that connects to different network.

    Load balance is the...
  8. if you have Windows computers connecting to...

    if you have Windows computers connecting to Internet, then you can tweak the TCP/IP registry settings on XP to speed up Internet by using SG TCP Optimizer. I tried it, it helped..

    :)
    picoHat
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    Go to router management page, ensure there is big...

    Go to router management page, ensure there is big enough IP range assigned on DHCP setting. Also upgrade your wireless apdater driver and ensure the driver works well.

    When that computer connects...
  10. Also after you reset the router to factory...

    Also after you reset the router to factory default setting, you need to use the factory default username and password to log in.

    :)
    picoHat
  11. If you want to have your PC connect directly to...

    If you want to have your PC connect directly to wireless router, then you need to get an Ethernet PCI or USB network card. Linksys, Netgear and Dlink are the brands I trust..

    picohat
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    Check the WAN configuration on router and ensure...

    Check the WAN configuration on router and ensure it's correct, then run the diagnostic tool, "ping". Try to ping yahoo.com and see whether it works. If not, then I suspect there is problem on your...
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    You can disable MAC filtering on router till you...

    You can disable MAC filtering on router till you solve the Internet access problem. Please configure the wireless setting on wireless router properly, after that configure labtop's wireless adapter...
  14. Yep..just connect the dlink router's LAN port to...

    Yep..just connect the dlink router's LAN port to wireless router's LAN port with crossover cable, then configure the wireless router as access point only.

    Hope helps..
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    Ensure that the PC and labtop can ping each...

    Ensure that the PC and labtop can ping each other, also allow file sharing on firewall if you enabled it on PC or labtop. Then take a look here on how to do simple file sharing or share file with...
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    I guess the bottleneck can be your Internet...

    I guess the bottleneck can be your Internet connection which has less bandwidth if you compare to home network, and it might have difficulties to support the gaming traffic from 2 computers. If you...
  17. It's not difficult to set up a wireless network!...

    It's not difficult to set up a wireless network! Once your wireless network is up, you can proceed to configure the computers with wired connection manually or get IP automatically from router (with...
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    Type the following command in command prompt on...

    Type the following command in command prompt on those computers, then check that it displays correct IP, netmask, gateway and also DNS info.

    ipconfig /all

    If the displayed info is correct,...
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    If you are using Windows OS on both computers,...

    If you are using Windows OS on both computers, then you can enable Internet Connection Sharing on computer #1 to share Internet with other computers.
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    Try to configure these DNS servers from OpenDNS...

    Try to configure these DNS servers from OpenDNS on your wireless adapter, I suspect your Internet access problem might due to wrong DNS servers configured.

    208.67.222.222
    208.67.220.220


    ...
  21. Try to use IP instead of domain name to access...

    Try to use IP instead of domain name to access that server from Entourage, see whether it works. Good luck..

    picoHat
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    Check whether the username/password is the same...

    Check whether the username/password is the same as the one you set on XP Media Center, by right you should be able to access the shared folder on XP Media Center with same username/password.
  23. Thread: DNS Search

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    Maybe you can try to use these free DNS servers...

    Maybe you can try to use these free DNS servers fromOpenDNS, pretty good the performance..

    208.67.222.222
    208.67.220.220
  24. Thread: drop outs

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    Some suggestions: 1) Upgrade the router...

    Some suggestions:

    1) Upgrade the router firmware. You can get the latest router firmware from manufacturer website.

    2) Log on to your router management page, see whether there is keep alive...
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    If that modem works as router too, then remove...

    If that modem works as router too, then remove that Linksys router and make your configuration on that modem router only with port forwarding. Try and see whether it works. Also you could check...
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    Seems you were talking about 2 different...

    Seems you were talking about 2 different passwords here:

    1) The password to access your router management page by using web browser. If you already forgot about this password, then reset the...
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    If your printer is wifi enabled printer, then you...

    If your printer is wifi enabled printer, then you can get a wireless router, and connect your compaq labtop and printer to the router wirelessly. Here is the way I set up a home wireless network,...
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    I don't see anything wrong on your ipconfig...

    I don't see anything wrong on your ipconfig output. The output is typical output on the computer that connects to modem with Internet connection. That IP a.b.c.d is your Internet IP and you can ping...
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    I agree with what ErikD suggested, get a new...

    I agree with what ErikD suggested, get a new router (wired or wireless) and set up a small network to share Internet connection. Better security and easy management.

    You can also take a look on...
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    Try to ping the XP machine' IP from Vista, if not...

    Try to ping the XP machine' IP from Vista, if not working then motst likely there is firewall blocking on XP. Check to see whether there is firewall blocking (windows firewall, antivirus' firewall,...
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