Question about Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router
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We have a desktop with windows XP that is located downstairs from our modem and Linksys WRT100 Ranger Plus wireless router. On the desktop we have a Linksys compact wireless-G USB adapter.
Although the Network connection status reads that the signal strength is excellent, I am not able to get onto the internet from my desktop.
My laptop connects to the wireless internet with no problem and I have already checked to see that the two computers are not sharing an IP address. The default gateway, and DNS servers all seem to have the right numbers.
In the past, even when we were able to get on the internet, the connection was often hit or miss and always slow.
I have no idea what to do or what my problem might be.
I will do a dance if someone can help me.
The same happened to me, I just unplugged the router and plug it again, and i got internet access.
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Your printer is not a wireless printer but it is a network printer so it should be straightforward for you to create a wireless printer setup.
If your computer is a laptop, its wireless function would work seamlessly in a wireless printer environment. If your computer is a Desktop computer, all that would have been required would be (if you don't already have one) an inexpensive Wireless USB Adapter to plug into the back of the Desktop to transform your setup into a fully Wireless Network. You should connect your printer to your wireless router/modem with an Ethernet/CAT5E/RJ45 Cable. Then enter Network Places on your computer and add the printer to your wireless network using 'add a device'.
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