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    Angey, This is a pretty old thread, but I...

    Angey,

    This is a pretty old thread, but I wonder how much of the "CPU usage" is just the processor polling the incoming port(s) for new data.

    In other words, it shows high usage but it is not...
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    Typically, YOU assign the IP address to the...

    Typically, YOU assign the IP address to the Access Point. It may, or may not, also be the Gateway.

    For example...a wired/wireless network

    192.168.1.1 is the main gateway/router (default for...
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    I never saw what OS you were using. I use...

    I never saw what OS you were using.

    I use Windows XP Pro on an old PIII/600MHz...and manage it using Windows own Remote Desktop Connection. That way, I can view the actual screen on the server...
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    hmmmm. That shouldn't produce that kind of...

    hmmmm. That shouldn't produce that kind of performance demand. I wonder if there's something about the settings in IPView producing that. I just loaded it to check on my camera...I think it showed...
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    The whole point of a network camera is that it...

    The whole point of a network camera is that it does the serving. I've got a DLink DSC1000W and I do not show high CPU usage. In fact, when viewing from IPView or a web pop-up, CPU usage hovers at...
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    Thanks for the suggestions! Much appreciated,...

    Thanks for the suggestions!

    Much appreciated, everyone....
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    After all of that...I find that EVERYONE ELSE can...

    After all of that...I find that EVERYONE ELSE can access my site except ME!

    I've called Comcast and they say they're not blocking anything...

    ...any ideas?

    I was doing just fine until Friday...
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    Webhosts...recommendations?

    Greetings,

    I wasn't quite sure where to post this one...

    After yet another webhost has collapsed on me...I'm shopping for a RELIABLE hosting service. I don't believe a single one of the ads or...
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    Thanks for posting that. After all you went...

    Thanks for posting that.

    After all you went through, I had a similar experience when I disconnected everything to rewire the office in my basement.

    Nothing worked.

    Then, after calling...
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    My first reaction is that it has to do with the...

    My first reaction is that it has to do with the wireless settings. (Duh!)

    By now, I've lost track of where you are (and you probably have, too!)

    Try to return everything to the defaults...even...
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    Caravaglia, Do you know anyone with another...

    Caravaglia,

    Do you know anyone with another PCMCIA card you could put in that laptop? It seems you have gone through everything...ten times!

    "Limited Wireless Connectivity" can mean a lot of...
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    Is the router firmware up to date? It would...

    Is the router firmware up to date? It would probably be a good idea to refresh it, in any event.

    You can probably access the cable modem by addressing...

    http://192.168.100.1/

    ...from the...
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    Caravaglia, 1. Enter a static IP number for...

    Caravaglia,

    1. Enter a static IP number for each computer in the router, make them outside the DHCP range so they're not affected if you switch DHCP on or off.

    2. I don't have your router, so...
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    It should be seeing the router as the gateway,...

    It should be seeing the router as the gateway, and if it's all set up as you indicated, it should at least be getting the internet.

    When you set up the static addresses and disabled DHCP, I'm...
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    Just some preliminary thoughts... Has...

    Just some preliminary thoughts...

    Has networking been set up on both computers and they're both members of the same workgroup?

    Do you have firewalls running on both computers, or either one of...
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    1. What mfg./model router do you have? Its...

    1. What mfg./model router do you have? Its manual should tell you how to use it as a modem, if it has that capability.

    2. Call your ISP and ask about upgrading your modem. Motorola and RCA and...
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    Stonecat got me started on NOD32. I have it on...

    Stonecat got me started on NOD32.

    I have it on 5 machines on my home network. I use the Administration version and can check all the latest malware that my son, the 'Trojan Magnet' has brought...
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    Adam, I don't know where you are located,...

    Adam,

    I don't know where you are located, assume you have some kind of broadband connection like DSL/Cable, and are using Windows.

    But, for example, Newegg has the Linksys Wireless Broadband...
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    Adam, For goodness sakes, you deserve a...

    Adam,

    For goodness sakes, you deserve a router.

    If it's a matter of money, perhaps we can take up a collection here on the forums. ;-)

    If you are determined to use peer-to-peer networking,...
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    I'll watch with interest. I didn't think you...

    I'll watch with interest.

    I didn't think you could do much to "tweak" the cellphone modem.

    Here's a thread discussing it.

    I use my cellphone for a modem sometimes on weekends...cheaper than...
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    Well, welcome to the wonderful world of wireless...

    Well, welcome to the wonderful world of wireless networking.

    Fortunately, it's very easy.

    In your case, I would just buy a wireless router/4 port switch like the Linksys WRT54G or GS (with...
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    It's much simpler just to use a wireless router. ...

    It's much simpler just to use a wireless router. And you get 24/7 access without having to fire up your most powerful box.

    I have a server with wired/wireless routing and while it works, it's...
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    The printers, generally, have to be "network...

    The printers, generally, have to be "network ready" in order to work with an ethernet print server. All-in-ones, even the "network ready" ones, deliver limited performance...usually printing only.
    ...
  24. Thread: Linksys WRT54G/

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    Just out of curiosity, I tuned into the cable...

    Just out of curiosity, I tuned into the cable modem. I'm not sure what this all means...but wonder if the "registering" part means checking on the MAC address. Clearly, it's checking to see how...
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    I'm listening to an internet radio station on my...

    I'm listening to an internet radio station on my WMLS11B as I write this. That's the Linky version that has a pair of speakers connected to a wireless box that links back to your computer -- I...
  26. Thread: Linksys WRT54G/

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    When you set up Roadrunner, did you have a...

    When you set up Roadrunner, did you have a computer hardwired to the connection?

    I don't have RR, but Comcast. Unless you "Clone" the IP address of the computer that was connected to the cable...
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    Best Method Extending CAT5 runs...

    I'm in the process of adding some hardwire connections in the house due to a hardwood flooring install and renovation project.

    There are four runs being dropped down to the garage ceiling from...
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    There's nothing wrong -- that money can't fix!

    Stardot Technologies makes beautiful network cameras that will accommodate a weather station. Data can be displayed onscreen, of course. There are some images here from weather stations at the...
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    Rory, What is the make and model of the...

    Rory,

    What is the make and model of the wireless modem? I take it you are connecting via a wireless signal?

    Do you have a router? What OS are you running and did you set up networking on it?...
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    Your ISP shouldn't be requiring a VPN connection....

    Your ISP shouldn't be requiring a VPN connection. Why are you doing that?

    By its nature, a VPN will not "share" anything. It is designed to go from one computer on your network to a VPN...
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