I have found many problems while networking or connections please solve my problem hi, i am experiencing the upload speed problem. we are on the ground floor building and i am connecting to the modem on the 3rd floor. From broadband going to Modem and going to DLink wireless router the signal is good using laptop. then there is another connection from DLink Wireless router going to LinkSYS wireless Router on the 2nd floor and another connection to Acer wireless connections going to my desktop on ground floor. Now the problem is: does the distance affects my upload speed? or should i change my UTP cable to cross over instead of straight through? what should i do please help i am doomed. sorry for long text...hope you can help me....
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Re: How to solve the lan problem
With only Cat 5 UTP cable segments, the maximum length for any cable segment is 100 meters, make sure that you don't exceed this. Also crossover cables are for switch to switch connections. You must use a straight thru cable from PC to switch port
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In order to decide wheather it is a HW or a SW fault, try to boot another operating system, eg. some one-CD Linux testing distribution. In case it is a SW problem:
- try to instal Asus update (utilities): ASUS Update V7.17.17 for Windows XP 32bit/XP 64bit/Vista 32bit/Vista 64bit/7 32bit/7 64bit from: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/M2NSLI_Deluxe/HelpDesk_Download/
- try to set in BIOS: POST Check LAN Cable: ENABLE (for both LANs). Any error message?
- try to switch off one of LANs: Onboard 1st(2nd) nVidia LAN: DISABLED. Does the other LAN work?
The last step could be testing different version of BIOS...
The easiest way to get LAN ready could be installing PCI LAN card...
Hi, you have to set up your printer as a device that can be communicated in your LAN by the two PCs.
To set up your printer properly in the LAN, you need to assign a fixed IP to this printer such that whenever it is switch on again, both PC still communicate to this printer without changing the new IP assigned to this printer.
You need to set up this fixed IP properly in your DLink router. For guidance please check this in your user manual of the Dlink. Please let me know any problem you may have again in future.
this works exactly as like a built in LAN adapter to your laptop. You may use this as a backup for your built in laptop LAN adapter. Altough this is more useful for some IT professionals who sometimes require a two LAN setup. I have also attached a useful guide that if found on the product catalogue itself.
WHAT THIS PRODUCT DOES Connect to your wired home network by adding a D-Link 10/100 Fast Ethernet Notebook Adapter to your notebook computer. Once connected, you can access shared documents, music, and photos from other computers in your network. If your network has a high-speed Internet connection, you can also check e-mail, browse the web, and chat with friends and family online.
Can You please more details in regard to this problem... I am assuming that you reformat you Pc and you might not have lan Ethernet driver. Or the Lan is disable... To chek click start,click control panel network and internet connection if your OS is windows vista / windows 7 click connect to network .Xp network connection and find out if have lan connection if the page is blank you need a ethernet driver. Hope this info might help you to solve your problem. Have a Happy New Year...
hello there i have built many wifi networks and install networks for server hosts. I would try setting your port forward to the correct port that xbox live runs on. also uncheck Qos (quality of service) this will throttle bandwidth, you want this off.