Question about AT&T Computers & Internet
I have a LAN with 4 hard wired devices connected to it (three workstations and one networked printer). I wanted to free up one of the hard wire ports on my AT&T router so I purchased a Dynex USB Network Adapter and installed it. I have no problem accessing the internet but I no longer can see any of the other computers or the printer on the Local Area Network.
Check for any firewall that were installed with the new NIC card. Also ensure that you are still on the same network as your printers and other devices. You can check the IP address of your computer by opening a command prompt and typing ipconfig. To open a command prompt click start and then run. Then type cmd. Do this both on your computer that can not see the printer and other devices and from one of the computers that can see the printer. The IP's should be similar. For example they should both start with 192.168.xxx.xxx or 10.xxx.xxx.xxx.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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