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MattMoo1
Have you tried to access the router through IE? Go to
08-22-2005 11:33 AM
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dr_insanity
I've done as you suggest, but it doesn't seem to make a
08-22-2005 08:32 AM
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R_Willis
Well, you have isolated your problem it would appear. My
08-21-2005 08:42 AM
by johnwill Go to last post
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barney_2k
Try this fix, sounds like you may have a corrupt WINSOCK.
08-21-2005 08:39 AM
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rollmesome
Wow, problems are being solved left and right here today.
08-21-2005 06:26 AM
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Sp1tfire88
Change the channel on the router or the phone. Some phones
08-21-2005 06:25 AM
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Aelita
Another problem solved, and it was so easy, I didn't have
08-21-2005 06:23 AM
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Tubcat
If you can help me....I'll be your best friend. :beerchug:
08-20-2005 05:58 PM
by Tubcat Go to last post
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amason
You could try that, though the way I read it, it shouldn't
08-20-2005 11:58 AM
by johnwill Go to last post
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Get Free
http://www.wown.com/j_helmig/dccmain.htm should walk you
08-20-2005 11:53 AM
by johnwill Go to last post
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bm_deluxe
ok i dont know how to mark thread as solved, when i tried
08-19-2005 11:23 PM
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zmartha
SOLVED IT! I imagine I put 50 hours or more going on the
08-19-2005 04:29 PM
by zmartha Go to last post
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xrayrh
I appreciate the help
08-19-2005 04:27 PM
by xrayrh Go to last post
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FattyLumpkin
What warranty would that be? Spending $1000 for a few
08-19-2005 03:55 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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dymepimpin
keymaker, we address those problems after we get the
08-19-2005 03:49 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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zebra2321
All machines are must be in the same subnet, i.e.
08-19-2005 03:48 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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corndale
Since you have a router that is presumably configured
08-19-2005 03:46 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
4 1,032
 
Rick0024
Configuration - What's plugged into what? Make/model -
08-18-2005 04:34 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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jackyegarrett
Reset the router to factory defaults, and then try it.
08-18-2005 04:25 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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kyleknapp
If you've tried a new cable, and swapped to a different
08-18-2005 04:23 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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dymepimpin
so i found out XP HOME doesnt have a local security policy
08-18-2005 12:08 PM
by dymepimpin Go to last post
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NEONecd999
Thanks for your response johnwill. A router might be a
08-18-2005 09:22 AM
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EricT
Hi, Eric. I'm looking to purchase either a 530 or a 550 in
08-18-2005 04:26 AM
by gwalchmai Go to last post
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LoofY
The router is dead. The first thing to try is to cycle
08-17-2005 04:21 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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markng
the way you set up your router depends on how your internet
08-17-2005 10:40 AM
by huntert Go to last post
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ITLogic()
TRUE! It is recommended to configure the router with wired
08-17-2005 02:28 AM
by purple_phoenix Go to last post
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Tuna
i mean the powercycling is the unplugging and replugging of
08-17-2005 02:04 AM
by purple_phoenix Go to last post
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gavinvin
but i tried a search on the disk for one of the files and i
08-16-2005 02:14 PM
by gavinvin Go to last post
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jetfuel
If you're using ICS, you can't set the address on the ICS
08-16-2005 01:11 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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jbirdie1
I told you it wasn't supposed to be hard. :grin:
08-16-2005 01:09 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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teabagged
I suggest removing ALL the drivers for the networking and
08-16-2005 01:05 PM
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Armin
Well, unfortunately we can't help with cracks, since that
08-16-2005 10:55 AM
by DumberDrummer Go to last post
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jetfuel
Never mind, I was thinking of 192.168.254.1 and .2. Thanks
08-15-2005 09:26 PM
by jetfuel Go to last post
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paulnohio
Don't know how much you know about QoS(quality of service)
08-15-2005 06:35 PM
by DumberDrummer Go to last post
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_dinsdale_
Yeah thanks Doc. this was just the thing. cheers dins
08-15-2005 04:37 PM
by _dinsdale_ Go to last post
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ajcstr
I think it's time to re-install W98...
08-15-2005 12:31 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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slam
Hey slam I Connect 2 PCs with firewire and they work
08-15-2005 05:15 AM
by simplejohn Go to last post
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rollmesome
I'm not sure what the BT Voyager 2100 is, but if they have
08-14-2005 05:13 PM
by johnwill Go to last post
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DaveT
It was the simple TCP/IP and the RIP listener and print
08-14-2005 05:05 PM
by DaveT Go to last post
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RISCIXXMCMXXCII
I think that there is a protection feature that does not
08-14-2005 07:40 AM
by BMR777 Go to last post
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pipewhale
You must use the route command. Here is the information
08-13-2005 06:27 PM
by Terrister Go to last post
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dere
You need something like this.
08-13-2005 07:51 AM
by Terrister Go to last post
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natatkinson
Right, so why not just do what I suggested?
08-13-2005 06:49 AM
by johnwill Go to last post
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Hollywood691
If you Create an account on the 2K machine with a
08-13-2005 06:45 AM
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AngelofDeath733
Open up IE, and browse to the router's config pages. On
08-13-2005 06:25 AM
by johnwill Go to last post
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Pappyz
If you create a user account with the same name & password
08-13-2005 06:21 AM
by johnwill Go to last post
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boji
If you want to keep the LAN you already have, you can have
08-13-2005 03:05 AM
by purple_phoenix Go to last post
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dafunk
As what ur problem states that both computers are having
08-13-2005 02:54 AM
by purple_phoenix Go to last post
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jcrooz
if you mean if it requires a WPA password to access then,
08-12-2005 10:46 PM
by jcrooz Go to last post
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clemkonan
are you using a straight through patch cable
08-12-2005 09:54 PM
by dai Go to last post
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