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Re: problem regarding firewell
If it is a brand new unit, the default confiration should work for most Cable and DSL providers. If you use DSL and need to setup a PPPoE login and password, you just need to point your browser to http://12184.108.40.206 or http://192.168.0.1 this would all depend on the make and model of your router.
You can also reference the manufactorer's support page to find the owners manual and resetting and confiruation help. The owners manual will also discuss the firewall, port forwarding, universal plug and play (UPnP), and more.
For a D-Link AirPlus DI-524, look at the bottom of your router and locate the revision. Then visit http://support.dlink.com/downloads/ and select DI then 524 and choose the revision. That website will show pictures and show you where to find the revision. From there you can download the manual.
With the question being vague, all you need to set it up is a cable or dsl modem with an ethernet cable running to the WAN port of the router. From there, you need another ethernet cable running to another computer OR if it wireless, connect to the wireless SSID (network name). You may need to configure the router for the SSID.
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Can you be more specific with your requirements?
Here is the Manual: http://www.zoom.com/documentation/wireless_n/4402_UserManual_Eng.pdf
Normally you like to have following setup (in most cases the default operating mode)
PC - ZOOM lan - ZOOM wan - Internet
(you don't have physical port for the ZOOM lan, but it's easier to think there is.)
Here ZOOM operates as a gateway for computers in lan (it can also work as dhcp and dns server)
Basic network would be something like this: http://img.askleomedia.com/network.png
If you provide more detailed requirements I can give you better solution for your problem.
You can install and configure the wireless lan very easily,
First of all you require to download the driver for your Acer Travelmate 2410 by below mentioned link
Wireless LAN Driver (Approx 12 MB) when you download the driver simply right click and extract to the folder, now run the setup and it will install the wlan Drivers automatically, when the drivers are installed reboot the system once so they will run properly, now you will notice one new wireless icon in taskbar along with clock , simply click on the icon and it will show you all the available wireless networks in your area, click to choose your desired network (might require passkey if its secure) and you will be able to access internet/network with wireless connectivity feel free to contact us if you require more assistance, Regards,Bilal
Sir,only using yahoo connection it will not provide to setup internet connection. For internet connection you have to configure all the component which provides you to connect with internet. These configuration requires LAN card,LAN driver,modem,NIC card,phone and internet service provider to assist the internet to activate the internet.
What are you trying to accomplish? if you want to have a small home network, just use a switch or router and connect all your pc to lan ports of the router/switch, for easier settings, just set up your computer to DHCP settings for no more further configuration, from there you're ready to share files and play lan games :D
I'm assuming you have two of these.
Configure one as an access point. Choose a frequency channel, an SSID, a power setting, and an encryption method and password. Set its administrative password. Give it an IP address in the proper range of your LAN, and attach it to your LAN switch. Point it properly.
Configure the other as a bridge or a bridge-router, as you require. Tell it what SSID to find, set its power setting, and give it the same encryption method and password. Set its administrative password. Give it a different IP address in the proper range of your access point's LAN. If you configure it as a bridge-router, configure its own LAN side as you wish. Point it at the remote access point, and within about 30 seconds it should pick up on the signal and you will have a point-to-point network.
Check LAN IP configuration properly, also check Gateway and DNS configuration. Try to Ping your local host. Start>Run>Cmd enter ipconfig/all and check your ip configuration. Also check your server ip configuration.
Just remember to take your time and don't get nervous working on the computer. Please report back to the thread with the results of your work.
Sounds like you are either working on a network which must provide you with an IP address automatically (i.e. not permitting static entries), or you are incorrectly configuring the information for your static address.
Is there a requirement to use a static address, or will DHCP work just fine?