Need to network a wireless pc with a cable pc via router
The hard ware as follows.
1. Pc with wireless adapter 2. PC with onboard NIC cable 3. 4PortADSL Router.
i want is a network environment for the 2 pcs to connect. the cable pc
has a HSDPA Broadband internet connection. i want to share that with
the wire less connection. i am no wiz at netowork. please give some
Re: Need to network a wireless pc with a cable pc via...
Man u have a router!!!!!!!!!
no need to share the connection just configure ur router, put ur broadband connection log-in information in the router so the router will act as a gateway and the router will start the dhcp server, so both of ur pc's will have ip's from the same subnet when the router connects to the internet the 2 pc's will do the same,
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Follow this instructions:1. connect via hard wired connection using your PC (network cable)2. open your internet explorer or any browser.3. type the numbers 192.168.1.1 on the address bar4. you will be routed to your router's settings, type admin for USERNAME: and admin for PASSWORD.5. look for the basic setup/settings6. look for the wireless settings7. under wireless there is channel option8. the best channels to use are 6 and 11 then save it
Wired adapter or NIC
Local Area connection if says "Network cable unplugged" or if in the command prompt if you type "ipconfig" and if you come agross an error message "Media state media disconnected" then it means there is some problem with a physical device or connections
1. Try with a different port on the switch or the router. It could be the fault with the Router/Switch port
2. Try a different Ethernet cable. It could be the fault with the Ethernet cable
3. Try with a different NIC or a different computer. It could be the fault with the NIC
Wireless adapter or NIC Wireless network connection if says "Network cable unplugged" or if in the command prompt if you type "ipconfig" and if you come agross an error message "Media state media disconnected" then it means there is some problem with a some device issue or the wireless settings
1. Try scanning for wireless network and reconnect
2. Remove the profile or preferred networks from its list
3. Check and make sure the SSID and the Security KEY are correct
4. Restart the computer
5. Try with different security types like WEP,WPA or WPA26. Check if the MAC filter on Router/Access point is enabled
Follow this instructions:1. connect via hard wired connection (network cable)2. open your internet explorer or any browser.3. type the numbers 192.168.1.1 on the address bar4. you will be routed to your router's settings, type admin for USERNAME: and admin for PASSWORD.5. look for the basic setup/settings6. look for the wireless settings7. under your SSID comes the WEP or WPA-PSK option8. that is your wi-fi password, then modified it and remember the password you use for you will need to enter it on your pc when you are connecting via wireless connection.you can select ASCII for password. it should be alpha numeric or combination of letters and numbers.9. select saveand apply. then you can remove the network cable from the back of your pc.10. restart your pc then search for new wireless networks then connect.11. now enter the WPA passcode or WEP passcode that you have created on the instruction #8. then you are good to go.
This is the most common network configuration and is also the easiest to setup.
Step #1: Plug your network cable(RJ-45 cable) that comes from your
cable/DSL modem into the uplink port of your hub. (Make sure that your
uplink is switched to "on").
Step #2: Take an RJ-45 cable and run it from one of the ports of
the hub, directly to the Network Interface Card (NIC) installed in your
Step #3: Take another RJ-45 cable and run it from a different port of your hub directly to your xbox.
**NOTE** A switch may be used in place of a hub with the same basic setup.**
That's it! No other network changes should be needed for this configuration. Your Xbox is now on the same network as your PC.
Xbox Network Connection using Router
This is another common network configuration.
Step #1: Plug your network cable(RJ-45 cable) that comes from your modem into the WAN port of your router.
Step #2: Take an RJ-45 cable and run it from one of the ports of
the router, directly to the Network Interface Card (NIC) installed in
Step #3: Take another RJ-45 cable and run it from a different port of your router directly to your xbox.
**NOTE** In steps #2 and #3, you should not use a port that is
directly beside the "uplink" port on your router, if your uplink port
is being used to connect to another routing device.** If your router
has a built in firewall, you will need to forward ports 8602 both
incoming and outgoing to the internal ip address of your pc. Consult
your device manaul for port forwarding.
That's it! Your Xbox is now on the same network as your PC
Xbox Network Connection using Crossover Cable
This is the last network configuration. For this setup you need at least one NIC card.
Step #1: Plug your USB cable that comes from your modem into your
PC's USB port. This should already be done, if you have a usb modem for
your current internet connection.
Step #2: Take an RJ-45 cable and run it from an installed NIC card on your PC, directly to the Xbox.
You are right, cable connection is more secure. The steps are:
1.) Connect the PC to the router with a crossover cable.
2.) Once connected, try to see if you are in the network. If you are, then you are ready to connect to the net.
You should only need one wireless router for everything. The purpose of the router is to "route" multiple devices together. Your set-up should be something like this:
Modem connected to wireless router via Ethernet cable.
Wireless router broadcasting wireless internet connection.
Computer(s) connected to wireless router via cable or wireless adapter.
Computer with network printer sharing enabled.
Turn on wireless printer.
You should be able to detect the printer via Windows.
nowaday with a Gigabit Nic u can match 802.11b 11mb/s 802.11g 54mb/s 802.11n 300mb/s i use verizon at first with PPPoE later Comcast cable dynamic u need to go to web site ip address assigned by DHCPof your 3com wless router to make sure or/and clone the router so that it has same MAC addtress as your NIC of your PC before u can get CONNECTED with the Web----(u can see the green display on the upper right of the screen of the router page after u get connected) dl