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Re: can not share internet connection with WAG354G
Right click on my network connections and click on properties.There u have ur wireless connection showing.Right click on it and click on properties.Click on advanced tab.There u have Internet connection sharing BOX.In this box u have two options.Check the first connection and click on OK button.A small window appears click on yes and ur internet sharing started.After this on the other network card use the other series of ips from the wireless connection.If any problem persist ask me.I am here for help. Regards, Sandeep
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Make sure all the computers wired and wireless are in the same workgroup. To share files across all the computers and laptops on your network then - All the computer and laptop in this network group must have their hard drive or folder/s set to SHARED (a hand symbol will be placed on these folders that are shared). If there isn't a secutity problem then these folders and easy of file sharing then do not setup users and passwords on these folders.
CONNECT BOTH PC WITH CROSSOVER WIRE OR MORE THEN TWO PCS THEN ADD SWITCH LIKE TPLINK WITH STRAIGHT WIRE
LOOPBACK ADOPTER SHOWS LOGICAL CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN DIFFERENT COMPUTERTS WITHOUT INERNET
ON 1ST COMPUTER DO THE FOLLOWING !!
GOTO CONTROL PANEL
> ADD HARDWARE
>YES I ALREADY CONNECTED
>ADD A NEW HARDWARE(FOUND AT THE END)
>I MANUALLY SELECT FROM THE LIST
>NETWORK ADOPTER (CLICK NEXT)
>MICROSOFT LOOPBACK ADOPTER
>GO TO NETWORK CONNECTION LOCATED IN CONTROL
>ASSIGN IP RANGE TO LOOPBACK ADOPTER
DEFAULT GATEWAY 192.168.1.1
ON THE SECOND COMPUTER PERFORM THESE STEPS
BUT WITH DIFFERENT IP LIKE SAME RANG 192.168.1.3
AND PING THE 1ST COMPUTER FROM THE SECOND
ping 192.168.1.2 -t
TYPE THE FOLLOWING COMMAND IN RUN.
>IF YOU RECEIVE REPLY IT MEANS BOTH PC ARE CONNECTED TO EACH OTHER LOGICALLY.
>IF RECEIVE TIME OUT MEANS SOMETHING IS WRONG.
>PERFORM THIS STEP AGAIN FROM 1ST COMPUTER.
YOUR FILE SHARING AND GAMES START WORKING WITH NO INTERNET.
TO ACCESS FILES SHARING FROM PC2
TYPE THE FOLLOWING COMMAND IN RUN
THE pc OS is by default configured to NOT share files or folders
xbox will only see shared drives/folder on the pc,
if nothing is shared nothing is accessible.
On the pc
mark a folder as shareable and see whether it becomes available to the xbox
make sure that the latest firmware is installed on your ADSL2+ gatewayand make sure that you select the correct modulation based on your ISP's recomendation, you can check those settings by accessing the configuration page of the device using your browser(IE/Mozilla/Safari), the default IP address is 192.168.1.1 username and password is "admin" here's a link for the user interface of the router.
From the pieces I am gathering I cannot see how to replace the supplied modem/whatever from BellSouth with the modem in the WAG354G (I see no identification of the required configuration options) however we may be able to use only the lan side of the device as an access point connected to the modem device supplied with the DSL service from BellSouth. In order to do this you will need to provide the manufacturer (Alcatel, Netopia and Westell are three possible manufacturers) and model number of the device provided by BellSouth -- it appears they have 4 or more. I may be able to determine some options based on what you provide. I believe the Vista compatibility issue for the router is not related to usability but some special configuration software that can be bypassed using the following web-based approach.