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Although they don't actually support 3rd party equipment, they were great about walking me through the necessary settings to establish my Internet connection in this way. I would just like to clarify something. So I plugged in the DNS addresses that I could resolve with a network utility however I believe that they change regularly. Just for the info, when the streamium is connected wired to the main PC it finds right away the upnp server. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-ping/cannot-ping-my-mac.html
Slee, Mar 31, 2005 #17 shah Network Guru Member Slee: If everything is working without the encryption then following are the only things I can ask you to check or re-check: Cheers SHAH shah, Mar 17, 2005 #5 bischen Network Guru Member hello shah, i have 2 problems/questions about your guide. 1. As the other poster says, one way around this is to put one device in the Bridge Mode.For a Modem this mean it will act as Modem only (and not be Thanks wrt54gs, Apr 6, 2005 #21 shah Network Guru Member A1: You can only connect with wired clients.
Thanks hegde, Mar 8, 2005 #4 shah Network Guru Member As long as the ROUTER has a provision for configuring a static route to another subnet, it should work flawlessly. ROUTER subnet mask = 255.255.255.0 4. Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. any idea would be a great help.
They authorized a replacement.Symptom that showed router was defective -- it stored the same IP address in both its IP address and as the gateway IP.One other bit of strangeness in But in this software you cannot just specify the ip of the tivo, it has to "find" it on the network. Set Wireless Network.Wireless Mode = Client 3. My main router has the address 192.168.1.1 My PC connected to it (wired) has the 192.168.1.102 (static to allow port enabling for the p2p) Then I set up a secong WRT54G
if that doesn't go, then tftp the killer again, then plow the micro build. I guess it wasn't forwarding my requests to the correct place, but now they are. Set Wireless Setup.Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0 (same as assumption #3) 5. check my site I'm on Alchemy 6.0-RC3 I've got the "client" configured, but I'm not able to ping the router.
It gets a DHCP address from the router just fine, and gets the gateway and DNS server IP addresses from the router just fine. any idea would be a great help. satori works as well but you can only hook up a single device to the CLIENT. So far, both MAC filer and â€œaccess restrictionâ€ does not work for any wireless client coming in via the AP or the bridge.
If you choose to put the CLIENT and the CLIENT attached devices on a seprate subnet, which is my preferred configuration (primarily security reasons for me), you will have to configure http://superuser.com/questions/269169/external-ping-fails-on-linksys-router Funny thing is I can administer the ROUTER when I'm connected wirelessly thru the CLIENT on the 2.0 network. rdjager said: 1. Set Network Setup.Gateway = 192.168.2.2 (Same as #13 above) 16.
You need to test whether your router is indeed responsive, even if just for a second, because that is all that's needed to breathe new life into it. his comment is here DHCP wasn't used anywhere though. After all, these open source replacements come with no guarantees. Click Next again, and the firmware upload process begins.
Set Wireless Setup.Gateway = 192.168.1.1 (Same as assumption #2) 6. Or you can use WDS! It has to be 192.168.2.5 or 6 or 7, that is, basically on the 192.168.2.* subnet SHAH shah, Mar 18, 2005 #7 bischen Network Guru Member Thanks for your advice! this contact form Access to any Internet page via any browser fails with a timeout.
Inequality caused by float inaccuracy Why are password boxes always blanked out when other sensitive data isn't? 40 Vertices And A Connected Graph, Minimum Number Of Edges? But I think this again istnÂ´t possible because of the ...2... I have set up a static route on the router to 1 of my CAPs of which I know the address as follows: Destination IP Address: 192.168.2.100 IP Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
What I have tried is to set up a static route on the CLIENT with destination 192.168.2.0, subnet 255.255.255.0 (also tried 255.255.255.255), gateway 192.168.1.1.
To get the Linksys WRT54G2 Router to successfully connect to the DLink DSL-2320B modem, we had to put it in Dynamic address mode, as we could not find any combination of Thanks in advance OlivierClick to expand... Preperation: 1. Set Advanced Routing.Select Set Number = 1 5.
Thank you. jas0nuk, Jun 4, 2005 #56 atta Guest Configuration Problems I have two WRT54G my setup is like this: FIRST ONE: WRT54G ---------------------------- Wireless Mode: AP SSID: test Security: Disable WAN: IP I also have no internet connection with the normal cable-router setup. navigate here Glad everything finally worked out.
I have tried to implement your system using Talisman firmware without success. Oct 17, 2010 9:14 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Euchre, Euchre Oct 18, 2010 4:07 PM in response to mcgregor94086 Level 4 (1,275 points) Oct 18, trash063003, Apr 9, 2005 #26 lio256 Network Guru Member To use wireless devices with the CLIENT in wireless mode you need to have a ROUTER and CLIENT that both support WDS It all seems to be working great, I can ping everything from everything.
So I think there is a connection :wink: I even tried to set the 2nd router to DMZ (at security settings in router 1) But there is no way to ping I love these forums!Click to expand...