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Network We have four systems. two systems ground floor and two more in first floor. These are connected to network through workgroup. My Ip address is 192.168.1.X series. The ground floor computer is running Xp professional. The first floor computers are running Windows 2000 professional service pack4 Poblem: when i connect to the xp computer through the network places from win 2000 professional it is askinfg for connect as and password which i haven't for nothing. please help me, out of this problem.

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if you are using windows 2000 or later start the routing and remote access service (make sure to set it to automatic) and that should solve your problem.

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Check the IP configuration of both computers, they should have the same address range if not it needs to be changed.

ON each computer click on Start - Run and type cmd and press Enter.
This will open a DOS box, then type "ipconfig" (without the quotes)
The IP address range should be the same on both computers (ie the first 3 groups on numbers in the IP address has to be the same on both computers) only the last group has different number.

Get back to me if you still have problems.

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it is because of the ip address from the router. you should re-configure the router and allow to generate more ip addresses from the router.

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Conect to another laptop


To Connect Directly without any other devices

Firstly you need a network crossover cable. Available from most computer stores. This is a special type of cable (not a standard LAN cable)

Secondly Make sure both computers are on the same workgroup. TO do this Right click on My computer, Properties, go to the Computer Name Tab, See what is written in Workgroup. Change one computer by clicking on change and then type in the name of the other computer in the workgroup space down the bottom. Do not make the computer part of a domain. You want Workgroup.

This name change will require a computer reboot.

When both computers are on the same workgroup, we need to set IP Addresses.

In Control Panel, Open Network Settings.
Right click on Local Area Connections and select properties.

Under the heading "This connection uses the following items, Find Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Highlight it, Make sure you don't untick the box, and click on properties
Under the heading Use the following IP Address ENter in the Following on ONE Computer.

IP Address 192.168.0.10
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway LEave Blank

Under the Heading Obtain DNS Serveraddress automatically
Set this to Automatic. Don't enter anything in.

On the second computer Make the IP Address 192.168.0.20
Everything else the same.

This should be all.

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I have one error my error is: there is an IP address cnoflinct with another system on the network


"IP conflict on Network" -> means your have 2 or more clients (PC terminals) having the same IP addresses on a workgroup on the Network!

You have to reconfigure your network TCP/IP settings from your Network Connections. You can reconfigure the settings using "Obtain an IP address automatically & Obtain DNS server address automatically or do a manual settings using alternate configurations"

Hope it helps.

For the not so tech savvy users it is quite complicated.

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Got a hub genius GH4080SE and trying to connect computers, pls advise what is the steps?


Hardware Setup

1 Find the WAN or uplink port of the Ethernet hub. Typically, it is located on the rear of the unit, and it is often separate from the LAN ports.

2 Connect an Ethernet cable from the WAN port of the hub to either the Ethernet port of the internet modem or, if expanding a network, to an empty LAN port on the existing network’s router, switch or hub.

3 Plug an Ethernet cable into one of the LAN ports on the Ethernet hub and connect the other end of cable to the computer or device that will be added to the network. Repeat for any other devices that will need to be on the network.

4 Power up the Ethernet hub and the computers or other devices attached to it. On the front of the hub will be a series of LEDs that correspond to each LAN and WAN port on the hub. Every port that has a cable plugged into it should have one or more of the LEDs lit that represent that port. If not, check the connections and swap out the Ethernet cable if necessary.
Software Setup

1 Configure the network settings on each connected computer. If you are expanding a network and the network uses DCHP, or dynamic IP addressing, no configuration will be necessary. On networks using static IP addressing or on a new network setup using the Ethernet hub, each computer or device must be assigned a unique IP address. Local IP addresses must use the allowed “private” address pools that will not interfere with internet addresses. Acceptable addresses include 192.168.x.x, 172.16.x.x to 172.31.x.x, or 10.x.x.x. The “x” represents a number that is chosen by the user, from 0 to 254. All computers on the network should share the first three numbers in the address, with the final number representing the individual computer. In a network with three computers, for example, the first could be 192.168.1.1, the second could be 192.168.1.2 and the third could be 192.168.1.3, though the final number does not need to be sequential.

2 Click the “Start” button in Windows, select “Control Panel" and double-click the icon labeled “Network Connections.”

3 Right-click the icon for the Ethernet adapter and select “Properties.” Click on the check box marked “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and press the “Properties” button.

4 Select the radio button labeled “Use the following IP address.” Enter a unique IP address for the computer and the applicable subnet mask. If a router is used on the network, enter the router’s IP address as the default gateway. Press the “OK” button and reboot if necessary.

5 Enable file and printer sharing from the “Properties” dialog for the Ethernet card if files will be transferred between the networked computers.

6 Click the “Start” button, select “Control Panel” and double-click on the “System” icon. Select the “Computer Name” tab and click on the button labeled “Change” to set the computer’s network name. In the “Computer Name” box, enter a unique name for the computer. In the “Member of” section, choose the radio button marked “Workgroup” and enter the workgroup of the network. If setting up a new network, this name can be change but all computers on the network must share the same workgroup name.

7 Verify that all computers can access the network and the Internet if connected.


Read more: How to Set up an Ethernet Hub | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4530475_set-up-ethernet-hub.html#ixzz0xnIzsGqa


see also Networking Diagram

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My lan is not working properly? so what can ido for it????????


Ensure that LAN card Driver is Installed Properly.

Check Proper IP address is assigned. and workgroup is same in networked computer
Run PING Command to check connectivity to other machine.

If ping Reply is not showing then Re-Crimp Cable after verifying IP address, Workgroup are Correct.

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I set the Ip address manually to 192.168.1.0 and now I can not connect to the media vault and/or the control center


That is not a valid IP address.
IP addresses must end with .1 to .254
I am surprised that it let you set it to zero

Best bet is to reset the media vault to factory defaults and then follow the manual to set it up. Go to support.hp.com for more info.

If this helps, please vote for my solution.

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Cant network to other computers in house


If you're running Windows, try running the Network setup utility. It will give you instructions on what to do for each step, and how to do it correctly.

I hope this helps!

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I want to connect two pcs via a rj45 cable.... what is the wiring that is required?


There are 2 ways to do it--
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2) Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-ansi-language:#0400; mso-fareast-language:#0400; mso-bidi-language:#0400;} Connect each end of the crossover cables in to the network cards of each computer.
3)Boot up both computers and assign PC,s the static IP add eg
assign one PC IP Address as 192.198.0.1 and another as 192.198.0.2.
4)Both machines shuld use the subnet mask as 255.255.255.0, Go to Start>> Control Panel>> Network Connections>> Right click your Local Area Connection and select Properties. Scroll the list for the entry titled: Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). Click the entry and select Properties. Under the General tab, tick the box titled: Use the following IP address. Enter the IP address and Subnet mask that you would like to use. Repeat the steps above for the second computer system.
5)Make sure both PC's have common workgroup name eg MYGROUP, Go to Start>> Control Panel>>System. Select the Computer Name tab. Click the Change button. Change the Workgroup name. Repeat these instructions on the second computer ensuring that both computers are named exactly the same.
6)Reboot both the systems
7)Next, open a command prompt on one of the computers by going to Start>>Run. Type in: command [Enter] or click OK.
8)Type: ping 192.198.0.2 (if you are using the computer assigned with 192.198.0.1) press Enter.
9)Five replies to your ping should be indicated.
10)Now you can enjoy the benefits file sharing,printer sharing,Internet connection sharing, network games etc





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Using multiple networks


if you are using windows 2000 or later start the routing and remote access service (make sure to set it to automatic) and that should solve your problem.

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If you have installed Windows XP Service Pack 2 and are experiencing any of the following symptoms, this bug is affecting your system.
After installing Windows XP SP2, your network connection reports a problem with "Limited or No Connectivity"

You have trouble connecting to the Internet or your local area network after installing Windows XP Service Pack 2.

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Presario 700


First, you need 2 make sure if all your LAN devices are installed correctly on your laptop: To do this , right click on "My Computer" then select Manage from the menu that appeared. A window will open. Search and Locate then left-click "Device Manager" in the left colum. The right coloum should now contain many things. These things are all the devices that are installed in your system. To see if one or more of them are not working properly, there would be yellow, black or red exclimation marks (warnings) next or above their icons. If you do not see any exclmarks, then everything is working well.

Next, you'll have to change or edit your a.) IP address, b.) Network ID, c) WORKGROUP.

Inorder for your LT to communicate on a network, your LT must either have a static or an automatic ip address. An static IP means, that you as a user, specify an IP address and an automatic IP address will be "assigned" to you by the "server".
To check if you have an static or an auto IP click on start, then on "My network Places".A new windows should have opened now and 2 your left you should find the "View Network connection" globe icon. If you click on it the Network connections should appear in the right window. Right click on your Lan (Network Adapter) icon and select "Properties". Scroll down in the list 2 the bottom, to reach the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)", then click on it once and then click on the "properties" tab to open it. A small window shouls appear, You will see an option that says "Optain IP address automatically" and "use the following Ip address" If you are on a "home network, it would be better 2 use your own... IP: 192.168.0.202 , SN: 255.255.255.0
We shall leave The Gateway box blank for now because that would belong to internet configerations like asdl or idsn.
If you are on a corporate, business Network, then it is most likely an automatic IP address.

Inorder for your LT to communicate on a network, your LT must be member of a "Workgroup" or a "Domain". To check your "member" configerations, right click my computer and select properties, then click on the "computer name" tab. Your OS should indicate: Your Computer desc, your Full computer name and Workgroup. If you are on a home/private little network, each entity in your LAN must have the SAME workgroup but each must have a UNIQUE IP. If you are on a corporate/business network, you will be added to a domain. To change your settings, click on the "Change..." button at the bottom right of the window. A new windows should appear and you can change to the settings you want.

Now, we have to test connectivity and if your IP and LAN are set up. To do this, click on start, click on run, then type in "cmd" without the quotes. A command prompt windows should now appear, so you will type in "Ipconfig". The output should show you your network connections, their MAC addreses and their IP addresses. Next type in the following "ping ::1" or "ping localhost", without the quotes. In this way, we test if OUR network is up. Now we need to check if we can see or info other computers on the network. FInd out another computers IP or Computer name thats on the network. Then type in "ping COMPUTERNAMEORIP" where computername or ip is the computername or the ip of the other computer without the quotes. you will see something like this when successful :
Reply from 176.16.63.80: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=127
Reply from 176.16.63.80: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=127
Reply from 176.16.63.80: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=127
Reply from 176.16.63.80: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=127
Now you know that your LAN is working.

You will also need to check your firewall settings and if you have file and printer sharing enabled.

Kind Regards
Stef

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