Paul Bunyan <paul.bunyan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Power down cable modem and router. Re-power them. Router should get an IP
from NTL (no user/pass needed) and the router should give the client
machines all the info they need to access the net. The router becomes the
gateway *and* the DNS server usually.
Note also in this case it's inadvisable to power down the router without all
the other machines being powered down first. It won't damage anything, but
when the router is switched off it forgets which IP addresses it has handed
out. When switched on again it might hand out an address that's it gave
another machine before being switched off, which could cause a clash.
- Re: Networking problem
... now for the router configuration. ... Run/open the routers web based configuration. ... Shut down all of the machines. ... >>> I finally got it to the point that from the desktop i can ping the ip ...
- RE: wirless connection security issues
... wrt54gl only has a single port for the incoming network. ... I would set up the router to use the Class C private IP range ... for your machines. ... Subject: wirless connection security issues ...
- RE: Lan access via wifi
... tools to discover other information about the machines. ... Subject: Lan access via wifi ... is gaving out dhcp address to any wifi client with a compatible card. ... certain ports via putting the machine on the router dmz and did a scan ...
- Re: TCP 3389 and Remote Desktop
... conflict using a Linksys wireless router for a peer to peer network ... provided instructions for changing the remote port using RegEdit, ... firewall you utilize on said computer *and* have Remote Desktop turned on ... One method of accessing several machines behind a single router is to change ...
- Re: I cant understand Windows Explorer
... see offline computers to be left 'visible' in 'Network Places' either. ... I think that being able to see machines that are shut ... static addresses or on their lease duration from the router. ...