• Communicating with Virtual Machines using a Wireless Router

    If I setup a wireless network with a router so I different computers can communicate over the network, how can those computers on the network also communicate with a virtual machine on the network? For instance, I have the network setup and two separate computers can ping each other. The virtual...

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  • Well Im stumped about these Access points

    Ive been working on a hotel for about a week now. It had a Radius server I assume but it went down before i could check with corporate(long story) anyway the hotel has 16 access points with static IPs on the site map one says tx and other rx which is send and receive these 2 went down and i do not...

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  • How to boost the signal on a Netgear Wireless-N router?

    I have installed a Netgear Wireless-N router in my church and it works fine for the laptop computer across the hall. However, the computer 100-200 feet away cannot access the Internet. How can I boost the wireless signal so that the computer down the hall can connect?

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  • Connect Wireless G ADSL2+ router with Access Point

    i have a d-link wireless g adsl2+router dsl-2640u connect direct to phone line with : ssid=blink ip= 192.168.1.1 wep=0022b0c2cd61 so, i dont have the user name and password for administrator to logon and change the wep code. but,when i connect to access point, the wep of access point didnt take the...

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  • Wireless printer on wireless network

    hi folks if i want to add a wireless printer to my wireless enabled notebook[worksation],what do i need?

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  • Project management advice: executing an implementation schedule

    I am planning to implement a campus wireless network in my organization. The work has been awarded to a contractor. How do I go about the implementation schedule? Can I prepare any chart to keep track of the implementation schedule?

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  • Wireless Network design puzzle

    I've got 30 legacy devices with static IP's (running linux), they are all connected to two Windows XP servers (acting as backup to one another) through ethernet. Both servers send broadcasts on the network inviting the legacy devices to connect to whichever is available. I'm trying to change the...

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  • Is an IP address similar to mine an intruder

    My antivirus program tells me that a certain IP address is logging on to my network. the IP address (actually there are 2)is one digit off from mine. My address is 192.168.1.1 and the "intruder" is 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.4 What does this mean? If IP addresses are this close does it mean they are...

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  • Too many Wi-Fi users?

    In my neighborhood, I see seven wireless access points with strong signals. That's only the access points, I have no idea how many users. In such a situation, one would expect collisions and intermittent lost connections. That's what I see. Any way to confirm that the lost connections are in fact...

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  • How to protect offline files from being copied

    if you have slow link using wireless between client and server , I have some share folders I have decided to enable offline files on this some files to improve the speed , however the client must can not copy the files outside the office , how I can do this with offline file prevent copy this file...

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  • Wireless connectivity error

    I have bt homehub wireless with several devices connected ok in WPA mode.Using channel 5 manual due to previous interference issues. One laptop had dropped connection and will not reconnect saying waiting for network. it connects ok to other visible networks though

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  • Connect to Wifi

    I was running Linux Mint 5 on my laptop and everything was running great until about a month ago. I use my laptop at Church as I like to read an online bible. The WEP password to access the Churches wifi is a 10 letter pass phrase. I was able to enter the pass phrase and work online for several...

    Rjwilcox45 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t detect my Home Wireless Network

    I have a old Compaq nx9000 Laptop in my home.most of the time, i cant even detect my home network.i dont know what happen with tat. when i use cable, it can straight go online. once i want to use wireless build in. it is hardly to detect the wireless. while there is another laptop sit beside it can...

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  • Windows 2008 Enterprise Server

    I need a wireless driver for a USB adapter on Windows 2008 Enterprise Server 64-bit. Can someone please help?

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  • Wireless access gone after hard drive replacement

    I have a wireless card in a Dell GX260 running XP. It was working just fine. Then I replaced the harddrive and installed XP again. I have the CD with the driver to the card and installed it. Since that time, the computer "sees" the wireless router but does not connect. (Sees - in the software that...

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  • I lose my VPN Wireless connection if my wife logs onto the internet with her laptop

    Hi, hope you can help. I log into work from home via VPN. This is never an issue if nobody at home is on the same Wireless network. However, if I am working via VPN wireless, and my wife logs on to the internet with her laptop (not via VPN) then I lose my VPN connection. Similarly, if my wife is...

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  • Wireless Connection Problems

    I have setup a wireless AP in our office for visitors and all devices can connect except for one. All devices using the AP are running XP SP3 and are using static addresses (no DHCP server available on the AP) The address on the problem laptop is valid as is the gateway and DNS server. There is no...

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  • Similar Microsoft/SAS/Wireless Issue that has my IT department stumped – HELP!

    For the last few weeks, my computer will not let me open Word, EXCEL, SAS, or any other similar program file when I am connected to my wireless internet. When I start up my computer, with the wireless enabled, it takes close to ten minutes for my icons to appear. If I disable my wireless prior to...

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  • Need help with small wireless network

    if i have a wireless N router and i want to hook up a desktop at the other end of the house up with a network adapter do i need an N adapter or can i use a G?

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  • Setting up a wireless configuration

    I want to set up a wireless connection between 2 computer and want to know if I need a router if both computers are set up for wireless connections? If I do do I need to connect to the internet with the router? If so, can I do this using my cell phone as a modem? And lastly what is an access point?

    StephHouse5 pointsBadges:

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