vramnum10 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 25 02:24:57 UTC 2007
On Nov 20, 2007 12:33 PM, Nils Kassube <kassube at gmx.net> wrote:
> User Iam wrote:
> > Setting up my wireless....
> > Have a couple of questions...
> > What I am doing is connecting two machines via wireless...
> > MY DSL comes in on my Cisco DSL box..
> > I want to connect my computer in the other room to this computer...
> > I bought two G routers...
> > Have connected one G router to my Cisco DSL box..
> > And the other G router to my remote < 10 feet away> computer...
> > < I could have ran a cable but, wanted the G experience>
> > My Question...
> > I couldn't web configure either box until I changed my IP on the
> > configuring box..
> > In other words..
> > ON the box connected to the Cisco DSL router... My browser would not
> > go there till I changed my IP to 192.168.2.2 < the web config
> > interface on G box is 192.168.2.1
> > On the remote box I have to change ip to 192.168.0.2.. <web interface
> > on d-link g box is 192.168.0.1>
> > I had been using <still am > the 10.x.x.x on all my boxes.. with gate
> > way of 10.0.0.1......
> > Why did I have to change ips on box to browse G boxes..???????
> Because the router has a default setting which assigns it one of the
> private networks 192.168.x.0 (the value if x depends on the router type).
> The router usually gets the *.1 address. See the manual for the default
> network or set your machine to use DHCP on the interface where you want
> to setup the router.
> If you have a real router it will allow you to change the network to your
> preferred 10.0.0.0 range, but if you have something like the brain dead
> thing I got with my DSL you are bound to the 192.168.x.y networks.
> Anyway, you should change both routers to work in the same network if they
> are supposed to talk to each other (and they should have different IP
> addresses - but you probably know that already). If you are using DHCP on
> your network already, make sure that only one DHCP server exists. Usually
> the routers have DHCP enabled by default.
> > I have both boxes set to channel 6... No password.. They don't see
> > each other....
> > Or I can't ping form one box to the other.... So I assume they can't
> > see each other..
> Here is another trap: If both routers are configured as Access Point (that
> is the default configuration) they will not talk to each other via
> wireless. You should set one of them as client or repeater. However,
> AFAIK repeater mode can only work if you don't use WPA/WPA2 encryption.
> I.e. if you can't setup one of the routers as client, you have a more or
> less open access point - I don't know if that is what you want. Remember:
> WEP is not encryption but a joke.
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Update on wireless...
I decided to make the network smaller and work with that .. then expand..
Right now I have two wireless g routers and two computers..
ONe computer goes to 1 g router..
the routers are 192.168.2.1 and 192.168.2.2
Computers are 192.168.2.10 and 192.168.2.100..
Both routers are using g...
SSID is default
Channel is 6...
All security is turned off..
One routers is set to access point only...
And I cannot ping across the air gap...
How do I trouble shoot this??
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