Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
My son's iMac was set up, turned on, and linked in. Then he took it to his dad's. When he brought it back, there was not connection, and I cannot find it. I have a PowerMac G5 with Wireless Router WRT54G and he has Airport. My daughter's eMac also lost her connection to the net. Any ideas? My Mac has an Airport antenna externally. Any ideas?
Cable modems don't usually have this issue so I'll assume your on a DSL connection, 56K modem, or someother phone related variant. You were most likely setup for a connection through your Airport using local IP settings on each machine and when you moved the machine you reconfigured yourself with a DHCP address. There are two solutions. (1) Reconfigure every machine for DSL (2) Configure your airport for DSL and connect everything to it.
Unfortunately the process from one provider to another varies slightly. But for that reason I generally only recommend cable for multi-computer housholds sharing a web connection.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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