Wired connections can't play RISK II w/wireless connections
I have 3 laptops using a wireless connection to my router and I have 2 wired connections. I have managed to connect up 3 wireless computers to play RISK II but when I try to connect with a wired connection the wirec connection can't see the game at all....
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Re: wired connections can't play RISK II w/wireless...
This is because they are on differing addresses.. you may have to "Bridge" the network connections.. the Wifi is probably on 10.0.0.* and the Wired is on 192.168.0.* you need to make a "Connection" between the two so the can "See" each other. You will find how to do this in ya manual.
Here is a link to help..
I "Googled" how to bridge wireless & wired networks router xp
So if ya get stuck try a "Google" ... :)
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You have to be connected via either Wired or Wireless connection to use a router. You can use wireless exclusively, wired connection is not required, but often handy for troubleshooting connectivity issues. If you are using DSL or Cable modem, the modem is connected to the uplink port of the Router, then you either connect wired via port 1, 2, 3 or 4 (they are all the same) or a wireless connection (Default settings are unsecure wireless for most routers)
Check your connections.
1. Wired: directly connected to the modem (not the router)
If this works, the router is the issue.
2. Wired directly to the router
If this works then wireless is the problem
Check Key for accuracy, Upper and lower case matters.
Check that your router does not have MAC address restrictions
4. Clear the cache on the laptop IE.
Use the Options menu to clear this.
As you ave the modem in bridge mode and also it works ine with wired connection just follow the instruction below for wireless
1.Login in to the router - > wireless settings
2.Configure your wireless using SSID and WEP and save settings
3.Laptop : Using windows wireless client configure the client using the same SSID ,WEP as configured in the router(view available wireless network in wireless properties)
(by default OEM wirelesss client takes over the wireless configuration in branded pc.to disable it and use windows wireless client..control panel ->administrative tools -> services -> enabl2 wireless zero configuration)
14.after all configuration shut the desktop,laptop,router,mdm and pwr them in seq..first modem and then router and then your desktop or laptop
Step 1 - If your laptop contains an ethernet port for a wired connection -- connect it to the router using a wire. Try to use the internet -- if it works we are assured the router to the internet is correct.
Question 1 - Please respond to this with the make and model of your laptop and if you have one the make and model of wireless adapter for use with the computer.
Question 2 - Was this router originally purchased new or used?
Question 3 - Has this router work wirirelessly with any other computer you know about?
Question 4 - Have you configured this router since you got it?
Question 5 - Have you had someone else configure this router since you got it?
Connect the LAN port on the Barricade to the WAN port on your wireless router. The Barricade should be "plug-and-play",
i.e., no need to configure it. Similarly, the WAN port on the wireless-router is plug-and-play, so it should automatically get an IP-address from the Barricade.
Use an Ethernet cable to connect the network-port on your computer to one of the LAN ports on the router.
Then, start Internet Explorer, and connect to the web-server "inside" the router. Run the "Wired Network Setup Wizard", and then the "Wireless Network Setup Wizard". When you're done, then your "wireless" device(s) (iPod Touch, laptop, XBox360) should be able to make a wireless connection.