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Connection Problem It all starts perfectly well and I can get an internet connection when I'm at home. The problem is when I'm away from home (and it's only about 10 miles) that I just can't get any internet connection.

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Changed my router working perfect on home streaming but when away connecting ok but picture freezes and Kbps is only up to 302


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Hi, till recently I was conneted to the internet (AOL) via cable connected to a NetgearDG834G v3 Modem router with no problems. Replaced PC with laptop (vista home premium) and connected via cable in the...


do your router modem got a wifi wire? or does it capable on wireless connection. try to use a windows xp not vista. it must be the problem. or configure it manually on your wireless connection in control panel. hope that helps!


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Aug 09, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Set up and Use Internet Connection Sharing


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To enable Internet Connection Sharing on a network connection

You must be logged on to your computer with an owner account in order to complete this procedure.
Open Network Connections. (Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double–click Network Connections.)

Click the dial–up, local area network, PPPoE, or VPN connection you want to share, and then, under Network Tasks, click Change settings of this connection.

On the Advanced tab, select the Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection check box.
If you want this connection to dial automatically when another computer on your home or small office network attempts to access external resources, select the Establish a dial–up connection whenever a computer on my network attempts to access the Internet check box.

If you want other network users to enable or disable the shared Internet connection, select the Allow other network users to control or disable the shared Internet connection check box.

Under Internet Connection Sharing, in Home networking connection, select any adapter that connects the computer sharing its Internet connection to the other computers on your network. The Home networking connection is only present when two or more network adapters are installed on the computer.


To configure Internet options on your client computers for Internet Connection Sharing

Open Internet Explorer. Click Start, point to All Programs, and then click Internet Explorer.)

On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.

On the Connections tab, click Never dial a connection, and then click LAN Settings.

In Automatic configuration, clear the Automatically detect settings and Use automatic configuration script check boxes.

In Proxy Server, clear the Use a proxy server check box.


Good luck!

Bhautesh.

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I have my internet Broadband connection in my office .And I want to share this broadband connection network into my home through WiFi . But the problem is that my home is almost 1 mile away from my office...


No. Wifi has a distance of 120 feet indoors and 300 feet outdoors in a perfect environment.

Even if you were able to install wireless repeaters for the wifi you will experience many networking issues.

If you wish to share your internet you may want to look into a mobile hotspot. You can take that device anywhere where the service provider is covering.

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Wireless internet connection drops frequently


Things That Affect Wireless Router Signals
1. Many wireless routers are using the same wireless channel. Many manufacturers choose channel 6 as the default. Change to another channel. 2. Analogue video senders used to send audio and video to other TVs in the home. 3. Microwave ovens emit interference in the 2.4GHz band. 4. Wireless speakers and console controllers can cause interference with the wireless router. 5. Bluetooth devices, newer Bluetooth devices can jump to different frequencies if there is a connection problem. 6. Power cables located near the wireless router can cause dropouts and speed reduction. 7. Fish tanks will cause massive Wi-Fi shadow on the other side of the tank from the wireless router. 8. Depending upon the location of large mirrors will reflect wireless signal away your computer. 9. Building materials will block wireless signals such as plasterboards with metal foil, reinforced concrete walls and floors. Also objects near the wireless router such as metal filing cabinets and other electrical appliances. 10. Blinking Christmas lights can reduce Wi-Fi performance by 25% when it is close to the wireless router.

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Who can I get wifi outside my home?


One of the first things you need to know is that the internet you use at home is only available at home.
To get an internet connection away from home, you need to go to places that offer a free wifi connection. Some public places like a mall, restaurant - like Starbucks, the Apple Store, and libraries offer free WiFi. Be sure to ask them about it first. because some times there are networks labeled "Free WiFi" but they don't even connect to the internet and really just look to steal your information - so always ask first!

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How to get Emails from other computers I want to take my new Mac. with me on vacation. How do I get to see the messages on my other computer at home


One "partial" solution is to use your "home" Internet Service Provider's "Web Mail" service.

For example, try 'webmail.verizon.net' or 'webmail.roadrunner.com'.

You'll be able to access all the "new" E-mail that arrives while you are "away" from your "home" computer, but none of the E-mail that was stored on your "home" computer _before_ you went away.

The other solution is to use the "Remote Desktop Protocol" to "logically" connect your Mac's keyboard & mouse & screen, over the Internet, to your "home" computer, rather than using the "physically-connected" keyboard & mouse & screen.

You would have to:
1. leave your "home" computer powered-on all the time that you're away;
2. either connect your home-computer directly to your cable-modem or DSL-modem, or to use "port-forwarding" on any router that is "between" your home computer(s) and your modem, to direct all "Remote Desktop" connection-attempts to one specific computer on your home network.
3. be "security-conscious" -- exposing your computer to "accept" a Remote Desktop connection means that any computer-hacker will try to login with your ID & password to your computer, over the Internet.
4. have a "Remote Desktop Protocol" client piece of software on your Mac.

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Dear Bern
if ur using windows xp its very easy to solve

1) Just restore your omputer to older days that which work greatly.
Steps

start- program files -- Accessories- system tools- System restore- select the date whih it works greatly. and the give restore. then system will restore after restarting

best of luck

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Wireless network


He might have specified and configured your laptops IP to his Home IP.

This is easily fixed by:
Open Internet Explorer > Tools > Internet Options > Connections Tab > LAN Settings > check the Automatically detect settings

Also you might want to check:
Start > Control Panel > Network Connections > Right Click on a Connection > Properties > Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) then make sure its set to Automatically obtain IP address.

*note* do this for your home one and delete your son-in-law's connection. If you don't know which is which just leave them and see what connect's then delete the others.

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