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Need to change Linkys 802.11G to a 'mixed' 802.11B

Setting up my new Palm TX. I have a wireless router in my home so I thought for sure I could use the WiFi in the Palm TX in my home. Couldn't connect sucessfully, tried Palm Tech support. They informed me the router setting has to be either 802.11B or a 'mixed' setting where it has both B & G ???
Can I change the wireless router setting from my desktop?
if so, how? Will that change effect the other laptop users in my home that use this router?
thank you so much for your help!

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Changing to "mixed" mode should not cause any problems with your other system. It simply tells the router to transmit and receive using both B and G.

First you will need to log into the routers web interface. If you have the manual it will help greatly in doing this.

Otherwise it is usually default of 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1. Some routers use alternate ip's the exact model would let me look up more information.

By putting one of those ip's in the address bar of your web browser your should be taken to your routers web interface. From here you can change all the settings you'll need.

You will want to find and click the "Wireless" tab at the top of the page. In here it should have a drop down menu for B-Only, G-Only, Or "mixed".

Set it to "mixed" and press save.

Here is a link to a screenshot of what the page should look like
http://i303.photobucket.com/albums/nn133/techiedesign/wireless.jpg

I hope this helps you.

Jei

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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