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Trying to hook up my daughters macbook to our linksys wireless network

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  • jjsbtalex Feb 28, 2009

    I have the router connected to my desk xp via ethernet cable. the macbook accesses the internet via airport thru the router. I cannot get to the xp from the mac. Each time I on the mac book and enter the xp ip I get an error code 36. I am using mcafee firewall on the desk xp.

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Make sure your wireless network has the security settings "disabled" while you try to connect your MacBook. You can "enable" them later after you get it to work. It should be as simple as that.

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