Can any on tell me the solution.....my prob is i have a VSNL Broadband
connection using static IP with wired router. recently i bought this
netgear wireless usb adapter for my Compaq V3611AU laptop. i have
installed all those drivers provided by netgear on one of my desktop
which is connected by wire with my router. i dont no i got all those
information about wireless connectivity still i am not able to work
internet on my laptop,..... can anyone find me the solution thanks
After a small amount of trouble, I have configured my Win 98 laptop to use
Netgear WG111v2 wireless modem to connect to my wireless router. I used
the driver from the CD that came with the modem, following the instructions and
got to the point, after rebooting a couple of times, where I was connected to the
router, but could not reach another computer on my network (or the outside world).
I double-clicked on the wireless model icon in the system tray and noticed that,
on the NetGear SMART WIZARD panel, the WEP key was set to use the
"Create from passphrase" option, even though I supplied the already generated key (the
hex numbers) during installation of the modem. (The modem was using the key
as a passphrase to create another key.)
To fix this, on the SMART WIZARD panel, I
selected the "Enter key manually" option and, er, entered the hex key (the one
the router/access point uses for security) manually.
I hit "Apply" on the Wizard and, lo and behold, I was pinging the rest of my network.
I rebooted one more time (I had some leftover bad settings in my "Network Connection"
TCP/IP entry for the WG111 connection; I reset them before the reboot
to allow my network to automatically assign an address) and I was then able
to view my favorite site (bythestadium) from my favorite browser (firefox)
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I think you might be getting confused.
When it tells you it is static ip it might be referring to your isp connection. I recommend calling reliance broadband and asking them for help with setting up your router . Ask for their support area.
DHCP you might be thinking of could be for your local area network.
By ringing your ISP they will be able to guide you through manually setting up your router and they will know what settings are needed .
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.
Make sure your desktop doesn't have static IP address. Go to Network Connections, Properties of Local Area Connection, Internet Protocol > Properties. Select Obtain IP Address Automatically and Obtain DNS Servers Automatically. Apply the changes and restart the computer.
Try to turn off the DHCP server in the secound router, that way it'll be a swich technically, and set the secound router's fix ip address to something different, because I'm quite sure that both routers have the same 192.168.0.1 IP address and that's nogood. Set it to anyting from 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.254
If your ISP provided you with IP Address, enter the assigned IP address, subnet mask, gateway IP address anbd DNS IP address for your broadband router.
If you connect to the Internet using an xDSL Modem and your ISP has provided you with a Password and a Service Name, then your ISP uses PPPoE to establish a connection. You must enter the required information.
If I understand you right, you want to setup a ASA firewall.( VSNL broadband is a company in India I believe) but once you get a static
IP you can assign that ip address to the outside of your asa. Put your dsl
router in pass through mode. This will then allow you to nat your inside
network and for you to accept vpn requests. To set all this up you need to get documentation from Cisco.
If its just a router and not a modem router, go into the routers settings and make sure DHCP is enabled to give each pc an automatic IP address and ensure wireless is enabled if using wireless adapters.
Next go to the properties of your network card and on the TCP/IP select properties and ensure obtain IP address automatically is ticked.
You must also set up using the XP network wizard and ensure file and printer sharing is set up through both pc's.