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Netgear i have been given a netgear wpn802 wireless 802.11g rangemax access point and a netgear wg111v2 54 mbps wireless usb pc card. can you tell me a good router to get to use with these and how to set them up because i don't know and i didn't get any books to tell me anything? thanks.

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A good router to get with these would be a netgear WPN824 router. This is probably the best solution for you and has plenty of power. With it/ you will get an installation CD to help you. For further help with the installation, simply send me a message.

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This means the DHCP service is not enabled on the wireless router.

either enable the DHCP service on the wireless router

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Please let me know about the model number of the wireless router and the operating system installed on the concerned computer.


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What are you trying to connect your USB wireless device to?
Is it to a wireless hot spot?
or to a Wireless Access Point/Router?
When you find a connection, what is the signal strength?
I assume you have configured your Access Point correctly as well as making it secure. You should connect a computer to the Access Point using a network 10BaseT cable to check the Access Point configuration, especially the wireless configuration.

If you are trying to connect to a wireless Access Point and you have a weak signal, move your computer closer to the Access Point or move the Access Point to a better and higher location to give you a better wireless coverage. Note, walls can affect the wireless signals between the Access Point and the wireless network card and wireless USB device, especially reinforced concrete walls.

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Just want your opinion


Standards
  • IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, 2.4 GHz
Physical Specifications
  • Dimensions: 8.8 x 6 x 1.2 in (223 x 153 x 31 mm)
  • Weight: 1.2 lbs (.5 kg)
Performance Advantages
  • When used with RangeMax client adapters, delivers the longest range of any wireless technology on the market up to 500,000 square feet of uninterrupted coverage*
  • Maintains video quality up to 10 times the effective speed when at long distances
  • Improves performance of existing legacy 802.11b and 802.11g wireless devices up to 50%
  • Five 10/100 (1 internet, and 4 LAN) ports equipped with auto-sensing technology
  • Data speed of up to 108 Mbps*
Privacy & Parental Control
  • “Trusted user” controls
  • Time-based usage controls
  • Web site logging
  • Remote management
  • URL content filtering
Security
  • Double Firewall
  • Network Address Translation (NAT) to hide PCs & files from outside users
  • Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall to deny outside requests for personal information
  • Denial of Service (DoS) attack prevention
  • Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDS)
  • Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) 64-bit,128-bit encryption
  • Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA, Pre-Shared Key)
  • Wireless Access Control (SSID) to identify authorized wireless network devices
  • Supports 2 VPN pass-through tunnels (IPSec, L2TP, PPTP)
  • Exposed Host (DMZ)
  • MAC address authentication
Warranty
  • NETGEAR 1-year warranty
Package Contents
  • RangeMax Wireless Router (WPN824v2)
  • 12V, 1.0A Power Adapter, localized to country of sale
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Vertical Stand
  • Setup Guide, Setup CD Warranty/Support Information Card
this product seems good, but do you need only wifi o do you want also wimax?
Sergio

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Sounds like the network card on the 3rd computer might be set to a manual ip address. Is the rangemax router the dhcp server? if so is the network card on the 3rd computer set to obtain an ip address automatically?

can you tell me the ip address of the rangemax router?
whats the ip address of the 3rd pc?

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I have had good luck with the NetGear Rangemax WPN824. It has multiple antennas that are supposed to provide better range, and your kids will like the blue blinking lights.
http://www.netgear.com/Products/RoutersandGateways/RangeMaxWirelessRoutersandGateways.aspx

Nintendo has a list of incompatible wireless routers:
http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/onlineWirelessRouterIncompatible.jsp

and the Rangemax is not incompatible.

Wii can use 802.11B or G.
http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/onlineWirelessRouterChoose.jsp

Since the Rangemax is both a wireless access point and a router (with 4 ethernet ports), you can just replace your existing router rather than plugging this router into your other one.

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there is no reason why you shouldnt connect at 108 mpbs, so there are only a coulple of things you can try, the first is to change the channel that your router transmits on within the router settings, although this should automatically be done by the router when it comes up against any interference. Secondly try the adapter in a different usb port as USB 2.0 should be used and the port may not be recognised as a high speed port. Double check the router connection transmition speeds is set at 108 mbps; as it would also be able to transmit at a lower speed of 54 mbps so as to be backward compatable with 54 mbps adapters

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