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The lanitemtowhichyourefermustbea phisical network adapter.Thismaybe a device that must beinstalledinsidetheCPU,or eitheran external adapterwithUSBinterface. Thesedevices comewiththeirrespective drivers. Furthermore,toconnectmultiple PCs you need to buy a HUB or a Wi-Fi Router, andeach PC must haveitsnetwork adapter installedand configured. Good luck!
When you look at the Manage Network Connections link on the Network and Sharing Center you do not see Local Area Connection? Do you see Wireless Network connection? You need to check the device manager to see if the card has been disabled.
It should show two entries with no red or yellow marks. One for wireless (WLAN) and one for wired (Ethernet)
You can connect the computers with a serial cable, or using hyper terminal. If you have a home network, most windows operating systems will aid you to setup a home network so that you can share information
Technically, you ARE using both connections at once. The Mobile one is what's connecting you to the internet, but the LAN connection is just your " Local Area Network "
Basically, if you're on a network with other computers, you can use that network to transfer files between PC's or play games with those computers, whether or not you have an active INTERNET connection.
If you encounter difficulties accessing computers that are visible on the network map, make sure the computer being accessed has an account with the same name/password as the system connecting to it uses to login. To set up Network Sharing between XP and Windows Vista, please note that File and Printer Sharing is different in Windows Vista than from the setup in Windows XP.
On a computer running Windows XP, click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Network Connections. Click Local Area Network Connection, click Properties, and then view the list of items used by the network connection. Ensure that the Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder check box is selected.
you first have to do subnetting of the ip which you are using if you use VLSM much better because you will not waste any of the IP it uses /30 net mask which means only two host allows to conenct in that subnet range.
then connect both routers via serial link
give the ip address on serial link of both routers
make sure you give clock rate on DCE cable
both the the router's serial port ip on the same subnet.
try this and it will solve your problem.
let me know hpw did you go.
Go to the "Security" option and click to "Incoming" rules. By default, all WAN traffic blocked, but you can create "ALL" rules, just left the source and destination ip address and port blank. This means ALL ports and ip like the firewall off.