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Ubuntu Ubuntu Insights Planet Ubuntu Activity Page Please read before SSO login Advanced Search Forum The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support Networking & Wireless [lubuntu] Suddenly wired confusion vs Edition U.S. This is in fact ignored by the firmware because in 11g/OFDM, the max power is between 30 and 60mW due to hardware limitations, no matter what the GUI and user request. and I loathe Linksys even more than ever. have a peek at these guys

I have been in contact with them a couple of times lately with good results. Subscribe Now Sign In Reveal Navigation Options Home World Regions Africa Asia Canada China Europe Latin America Middle East Blogs Brussels Real Time China Real Time India Real Time Sections Economy Results 1 to 10 of 10 Thread: wired/wireless network confusion.. So, *typically*, you should not have to configure any ISP info on your computers -- they should just connect to the network, get addresses from DHCP on the router, and the http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2881195/wireless-networking-confusion.html

My router transmits a 802.11g signal. anything to ease my pain is appreciated. but apparently not.

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  • Only one of the computers runs Windows.
  • At the moment, the Win XP laptop is seeing two wireless networks, a "default" network and a "linksys" network, which is the router signal.
  • I am completely confused about "access points," infrastructure vs.
  • and Linksys appears to be selling units with defective firmware.

I just aquired the mac laptop wich is a G3 ibook (version 33.11). That produces 4 or more ethernet ports into which you plug the printer, desktop pc. Once that is done, both machines should be able to talk to the other, and browse the internet at the same time. So, a bridge it is...

The Linksys pci adapter, Wireless G, installed on the Win 98 desktop pc, appears to recognize (or create ?) a network called "lynksys." The software includes a viewer which shows all This is a list of what DD-WRT works with. Click here to join today! http://www.mac-forums.com/showthread.php?t=40446 Lightwork, Sep 8, 2004 #1 Sponsor 5mi11er Joined: Aug 11, 2004 Messages: 521 Ok, the D-Link wireless router is the access point, yes.

Reply With Quote 05-11-2005,11:02 PM #9 ltwally View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Novitiate Geek Join Date May 2005 Posts 4 results are in... Maybe he'll have a better idea. Can the same be said of a 802.11g NIC? Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

Odd, since the XP laptop has no problem logging on. Wireless seems to be much more of a moving target than wired. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. And XP is definitely more security-sensitive then 9x/me.

They seem to cost, on average, more than a wireless router... More about the author I don't know which Linksys N you have. tronh, Sep 12, 2004 #7 byohazard2k2 Joined: Oct 17, 2003 Messages: 14 Hello I need help. I am using a router right now with DD-WRT v24 sp2 that's in the basement family room closet and it's able to cut through the floors to my SOHO (small office/home

In 11b, most hardware can approach 100mW. Thanks, Lance · actions · 2009-Jan-12 10:21 pm · stevech0join:2006-09-17San Diego, CA2 edits stevech0 Member 2009-Jan-12 10:30 pm In your office, you have a cable from the router in the basement. It always seems to be the same thing with them: great hardware, craptastic firmware.... check my blog Please consider a donation to The PC Guide Tip Jar.

I know from experience that Win2k domains don't like to play well with 95/98 workgroups, so I assume similar issues may surround XP and 98. -Scott 5mi11er, Sep 8, 2004 Reply With Quote 05-11-2005,05:15 PM #8 Steve View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Grand Master Geek Join Date Aug 2000 Location GreatNorthWoods Posts 2,883 ltwally, if you I ran 1 cable from the basement to the office which is currently connected to the printer.

DD-WRT et al have a user interface that tries to allow higher transmitted power.

Your cache administrator is webmaster. Thanks I have a (1) cable modem attached to a (2) wireless router in the home office of our new house. Generated Sat, 18 Mar 2017 16:03:43 GMT by s_bd41 (squid/3.5.23) FAQ Forum Quick Links Unanswered Posts New Posts View Forum Leaders FAQ Contact an Admin Forum Community Forum Council FC Agenda Reply With Quote 09-07-2006,07:11 PM #3 Erudite.Warrior View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since May 17, 2005 Location Bristow, VA Posts 151 Specs:2.8Ghz MBP, 4GB RAM, 320 GB 7200RPM HD Just

If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. The router I'm connected to is only a B.. The webadmin access was unavailable, and I had to jump through hoops for nearly 2 hours just to get a firmware upgrade installed (having the webadmin as the only means of http://midsolutions.org/wireless-network/what-is-wireless-network.html Lightwork, Sep 11, 2004 #5 5mi11er Joined: Aug 11, 2004 Messages: 521 If 98 can't access the internet, then I don't believe you have that box hooked up to the linksys

Your G3 iBook may be Wireless B. I am not a computer buff, so I claim some ignorance. etc.