Question about Linksys Wireless-G WAP54G 802.11g/b Wireless Access Point
I have two identical Dells that I wish to have wireless acess. My AP is connected to a cable modem and works fine (unsecured) with either 1 of my Dells. However, only 1 laptop can connect at a time? I have accessed the set-up mode for the AP, but I do not see any settings that are relevant to this problem. (I have re-set the AP a number of times, all to no avail). Help... shouldn't this simple, common set-up work "out of the box" given I am not using a secured access? HELP
That is normal for you not to be able to get online at the same time, you are using a Wireless access point, you access point does not have a dhcp server to share the internet on both laptops. What you should have put in there is a wireless router, for Linksys the model of a wireless router will be WRT54G or any model as long as it's a router.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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