• Wi-Fi/client-bridge/subnets?

    Ive got the basics on home networking down pretty well but when it comes to subnets, I get lost. Here's the scenario. WWW--> router 1-->gateway, wireless G AP, set to auto dhcp, max 50 clients, and has 2-3 hosts (2 cat5, 1 wifi) set to auto config dhcp. Lets call...

    Contrive5 pointsBadges:
  • How to build a home network

    I have a quick question where can I go to read up on how to build a home network? I mean I have the infrastructure in place I want to try my hand at using DNS and all that other stuff.

    Gurowar40 pointsBadges:
  • DSL router and Print Server with 8 PCs and 3 printers / hardware question

    I have about 5 PC's at home for my wife and family (5 of us) and we all use the computers daily. Compaq, Dell, desktop and laptop. I have one Canon printer mp3000 color printer. We plan on buying two more new printer. We currently have Bellsouth/AT&T DSL service. I have a d-link four port...

    Mrlarsh5 pointsBadges:
  • Group policy for home networks?

    Is their a solution for a small home network (2 Computers) Microsoft's group policy looks way too much for me.

    Habaneroman5 pointsBadges:
  • Is it really necessary to block outgoing ports?

    I've been told that when I'm setting up my home network, I should make sure that all outgoing ports on my router should be blocked, although I should allow certain ones to open to support HTTP, HTTPS, etc. This even though I have a firewall in place. But is this really necessary if every computer...

    ITKE440,495 pointsBadges:
  • xp pro home network configuration

    I have two computers that I am attempting to share files and create a network between them. Computer A and B, I had set up the networking wizard on A and then went to B and set the networking wizard up there. I can see the workgroup computer on computer B and subsequent shared files. I cannot...

    Golfer2110 pointsBadges:
  • How can I safely share a folder on my home network?

    Hi, I'm trying to figure out a way to share a folder on a home network without sharing it with the whole world. Basically, I have a wireless router which has a broadband connection. Connected wirelessly to the router is a Windows XP Home edition desktop and a VIsta Home Basic edition laptop. I want...

    Overcanyon5 pointsBadges:

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