Question about NetGear DG834G Router
Open Zonealarm, choose Firewall, Zones.
Add >> IP Range set your IP range eg 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.0.254
This should allow connection between Router and Wireless Laptop/Desktop.
If your wireless PC cannot see the router, check your router setting to see if you are transmitting a SSID
Posted on May 18, 2009
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Bluetooth is not WiFi, they are two seperate technologies.
you need a Wireless adapter 802.11b/g for your laptop,
you would connect the two to each other using an adhoc connection,
If you had a wireless router for your internet you could connect directly to the router, (and then you would not have to have your main computer on for you to access the internet.
BTW if your Main machine is near your phone point (for internet connection) you would not need a wireless card for your pc, as you could connect via LAN cable to the wireless router (make sure you get one with lan ports)
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