Question about Cnet CNIG914 Router (NWCNIG914)
Here is the situation... i recently bought a new laptop and right now its connected to a cable modem.. but i have another laptop and i was hoping that if i plug all the wires correctly into the cnet router that i would able to use two laptop to get online but for some reason, one works and the other doesnt, is there any way you can help me with this situation, cause i would like to have two computers on the internet at the same time.... thank you!
Check with your routers settings that automatic DHCP is enabled, as this will allocate each laptop an individual IP Address. Also go to network connections in control panel and right click on your network card (not the wireless card, if you have inbuilt wireless), and make sure they are set on both laptops to 'automatically assign IP Address'. Also ensure that your wireless network cards are dissabled if you have them; as this can confuse laptops as to which network you wish to connect to, even if your router isn't wireless, it will be looking for a connection.
Posted on Jan 20, 2007
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