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    I have been following this site for some time and...

    I have been following this site for some time and have learned a lot reading Stonecat's excellent replies. Well written, concise and to the point. Also appreciate his restraint which is admirable,...
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    Or Trendnet TEW 654TR It can serve as an access...

    Or Trendnet TEW 654TR
    It can serve as an access point picking up the wireless signal from your router. It has an ethernet port at the back to add network devices. I have used it successfuly in...
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    If you connect the cable from the wall directly...

    If you connect the cable from the wall directly to your computer, can you access the Internet? Com cast is cable, not DSL. You would need a Comcast modem hooked up to that cable.
  4. Information overload! but if all systems GO, it...

    Information overload! but if all systems GO, it can't be all bad. As you are DSL, you may wish to change MTU to 1490 instead of 1500.
  5. I am somewhat confused by what I am reading. The...

    I am somewhat confused by what I am reading. The modem should be plugged into the wan port on the router and the computer should be plugged into any one of the 4 lan ports. Be sure to remove all...
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    Do you have cable or dsl Internet? If you have...

    Do you have cable or dsl Internet? If you have dsl, remove PPPoE settings from computer and enter them on router
  7. You can use the same SSID but use a different...

    You can use the same SSID but use a different channel. Use channel 1, for example on the router and 11 on the access point.
    The router should have DHCP enabled. Disable DHCP on the access point.
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    Logmein is free and works very well. You can set...

    Logmein is free and works very well. You can set it up on many computers using the same login/password. I have 10 friends computers set up so I can give them a hand.
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    Router is Linksys 610 and access point is...

    Router is Linksys 610 and access point is wap610n. Using channels 1 and 11. Not impressed with range. The D Link DIR 655 has much better range
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    Don't remember the number. Heading to the lake...

    Don't remember the number. Heading to the lake on Friday morning and will report back. Linksys/Cisco black fellas and the AP model # starts with W. I know - not much help, but will know better on...
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    same or different channel

    I have a new model (forget the model number - it's at the lake house) Linksys wireless router and access point that are connected by Cat5e cable. I have received conflicting advice as to whether...
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    I have been following this thread with interest. ...

    I have been following this thread with interest. hocine asked a good question and was lucky to get a very good solution from an expert. The solution is not complex, in my not so humble opinion,...
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    one (of many) example. ...

    one (of many) example.

    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4468276&CatId=211
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    Googling brings up user and user, (userid and...

    Googling brings up user and user, (userid and password respectively). Assuming you did a hard reset on the router.
  15. In your router, enter the PPPoE username and...

    In your router, enter the PPPoE username and password.
    Be sure to delete any PPPoE connections on all of your computers.
    In your router, be sure to do all the security things such as:
    Change...
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    Why not connect the desktop by ethernet cable...

    Why not connect the desktop by ethernet cable directly to the router. Why go through the laptop? No need for ICS.
    Laptop - wireless
    Desktop - wired.
    Simpler.
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    If your router supports DD-WRT try flashing it...

    If your router supports DD-WRT try flashing it and use VLANs to separate the XP and 98 machines.
  18. The Linksys gets connected to the Belkin from LAN...

    The Linksys gets connected to the Belkin from LAN to LAN port. Leave the Internet or WAN port on the Linksys empty.
    I suggest you give the Linksys a static IP address in the same range as the...
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    Before tossing out the Linksys, try flashing it...

    Before tossing out the Linksys, try flashing it with DD-WRT. Not much to lose and it might just make the difference. Be sure to flash wired, not wireless.
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    Have you deleted the PPPoE settings on your...

    Have you deleted the PPPoE settings on your computer. You needed to set them up in the router and there's no need for them on the computer as well. the internet connection is made by the router -...
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    The best and easiest way would be to ask your...

    The best and easiest way would be to ask your neighbour for permission to use his connection. He could give you the settings. Otherwise, you may have to wait for your ADSL connection to be back up.
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    Connect by Cat5 and try again. Be sure the...

    Connect by Cat5 and try again. Be sure the address is 192.168.0.1
    From a cmd prompt, type ipconfig /all and see what the gateway IP is.
  23. Remove the PPPoE software from the 98 machine. ...

    Remove the PPPoE software from the 98 machine. Your router has the PPPoE configuration enabled.
    In IE/options/connections remove any PPPoE references,
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    The router doesn't sound too healthy. I suppose...

    The router doesn't sound too healthy. I suppose you did a hard reset, by holding a pin into the reset slot - hold it for 20+ seconds with the power on and let it reboot. (all this without being...
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    Is your modem also a router and perhaps double...

    Is your modem also a router and perhaps double natting. Go to start/run/cmd/enter and type ipconfig /all and see what your IP is.
    assuming it's not in the 192 range, you're getting your IP from the...
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    Have you enabled WOL in your BIOS - assuming it...

    Have you enabled WOL in your BIOS - assuming it supports WOL?
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    only firewall is router and windows firewall...

    only firewall is router and windows firewall (file and print sharing excepted)
    I assume nothing need be done further with router (other than setting up VPN which shows connected)
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    Any suggestions on how to access shared folders...

    Any suggestions on how to access shared folders on remote LAN.
    as mentioned pinging works fine but I can't access shared folders by entering \\192.168.10.20 (static IP of computer in remote LAN)
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    too quick to say all OK they could ping remote...

    too quick to say all OK
    they could ping remote IP's OK but couldn't access the shared folders from the run box: \\192.168.10.10 Reply said path couldn't be found although pinging worked fine.
    ...
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    It works as you say. thanks again. Backing up...

    It works as you say. thanks again. Backing up to a HD off premises is one purpose and another would be accessing files on remote computers through file sharing.
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