Protocols / Routing :: Sending Internet Connection Out Of Computer?
Feb 23, 2011
my desktop is picking up wirelessinternet, i have 2 avalible ethernet ports on it, is their a way i can plug an ethernet from my computer to my xbox to play online, i dont want to have a cable come from the router.
I have a Airtel Internet Broadband connection and I have a lan having around 10 workstations. I have another computer which I want to use as a server through which all the internet traffic will pass. The server has two lan cards(one on motherboard and other one is usb).I have connected broadband modem to lancard1(on motherboard) and have connected the lancard2(usb) to the lan switch.Now how to proceed further, so that internet service is available on all the workstations connected to the lan switch.
The university I attend doesn't allow modems and routers, but me and my roommates desperately need wifi for our devices, otherwise they are being wasted sitting around. today I set up an ad hoc connection on my roommates laptop, but he brings his laptop places and when he's out, we have no wifi. I have my desktop computer, and I can leave it on all the time and I never leave with it, so I'd love to set up wifi on it, since it will be so much more convenient.
I brought my router from home, and ive gotten it to send out my computer's internet connection, but it brings me to the school's registration page, which I can not use, since routers are not allowed. Is there a way to use my desktop's ethernet connection and send out that internet connection through my router (it also needs to bypass the school network, somehow fooling it that my router is my computer (im guessing))? I have 2 ethernet jacks on my computer by the way.
We have Linkline ADSL that was set up by them with a Netopia 2241N-006 modem and a Cisco 33674 wired router. We got a Cisco E2000 wireless router to replace the wired one. It sets up perfectly, in that I can see and connect to the wireless router just fine, but it has no Internet connection. Also, when we plug the cord straight from the modem into the computer (as was suggested by someone) it has no Internet connection, so it seems we need the Netopia modem for it work.I have connected to Cisco live chat three different times to try and find out how to make this work, and each time after making me give them all the information they insisted the uninstalling/reinstalling Cisco connect and then going through set up again it would work. On the second and third chats I even gave them the reference numbers for the previous chats so theiy could see that is what was already done, to no avail. Apparently that is the only solution they know.Then I called Cisco support on the phone (twice). The first time they insisted I hang up and I repeat the same procedure from the chats, even though I explained I had now done it three times and gave them the chat reference numbers. They said if I would not do that. The second time I called they told me that was not something they supported - using their router with an adsl modem - even though their instructions do cover it.
using the two routers together since I cannot get the wireless one to work alone. I went and bought a crossover cable, hooked the two routers LAN port to LAN port, changed the router's IP address to just outside the main router's range and disabled DHCP. This did not change anything, so I tried the one other idea I found online which was to assign the router a static IP address in the same range that the rest of the network is using, hook the two routers LAN port to LAN port with the crossover cable, and disable the DHCP. This did not work either.
i have tryed starting it on the services but that willl not do it eitheir. i have tryed almost everything and it stilll does not work. i can not access internet. plus i think a virus messed up my internet protocols. i think i removed the virus though i have been looking for an answer for 7 hours now
For the Record: I have a Linksys E4200 Router.My computer is an ASUS Notebook (can't identify model, doesn't show on system information, but got it in the last 3 months) My friend's computer is also an ASUS notebook (model designed after a stealth fighter)First: On my computer, I get a solid 500kb/s dl speed at anytime. If anyone else is downloading, even if they are the only others to do so.. they get speeds of 150kb/s tops (on other laptops connected to the router). I don't understand how this is, all the settings on the router are default.econd (more important issue for me): My friends come over often and play games (WoW, Diablo 3, Xbox LIVE etc)... Often when we're doing something together, only my friend will disconnect, but none of us wille've updated his drivers (his computer is fairly new like mine is), among other things.. But he still has the problem, which occurs only at my hou
I'm looking into a way of routing users internet connection based on their username or group in a windows environment. Currently there's two ISP connections with their own proxy server. I want a user to be fully redirected to one of the ISPs based on who they are. I was hoping via IE proxy settings, this can be accomplished, but it looks like the primary ISP connection, is still getting most of the connections/routing.
In an established IPSec VPN between a RVS4000 and IOS (2801), everything works great (RDP / UNC File Share / HTTP) - with the exception of SMTP and HTTPS.I can do pretty much everything over the tunnel that I need, except attempting to send anything over port 25 or 443, it's getting destroyed in the tunnel.I've completely disabled the firewall in the RVS4000 and on the IOS side, I just have an extended access list that permits the entire IP protocol. The tunnel works fine, as mentioned above, and stays up with no issues.
I have a Compaq mini CQ10-100 Netbook, and I am trying to Make a Wireless internet connection through a D-link router. My ISP is Cox Cable. The Netbook is connected to my wireless network, but will not connect to the internet. It keeps asking me to transfer information, via thumb drive, from a wireless access point, but my router is my wireless connector and it doesn't have a USB port to plug in a thumb drive. How do I get this netbook hooked up to the internet?
I've searched around a lot and it seems that many people (including myself) who go through all the suggested troubleshooting still end up with a problem. I am stuck using XP in schools and keep running into this.
I have set up several types of servers on my computer (ftp, game servers, web servers, etc).
I have had a problem with people connecting to any of my servers. I know for a fact I have port forwarded correctly (I have checked 12 times, and I have never had a problem port forwarding). I know it's not my firewall, the problem persists when I completely shut it down.
I had an ftp and web server working about a week ago. No one can connect to any server, be it ftp...web...etc.
Vaio would not connect using WEP 40-bit key. Logged into Airport Extreme router with Airport setup utility for Windows from Apple. Updated firmware from 5.1.1 to 5.7. Reset Encryption from WEP to WPA/WPA2 Personal.Connected Vaio on Wifi using WPA2. Removed ethernet cable and connection was good at 54MB/s.Completed Windows Update
I am trying come up with a setup that allows for a computer to simultaneously be connected to the web via a secure wireless network and to provide a shared drive via an unsecured (possibly ad hoc) wireless network.Which is to say, the computer needs to be able to use the web wirelessly via the secure network, and people need to be able to share files with it wirelessly whether or not THEY can use the secure wifi.One last requirement is that I need a this to be something that I can set up in a given location with no more configuration than required to connect to the secured wifi - if the setup requires me to mess around with the configuration of the router for the secure network itself, it won't work.
Alright, so we have about six computers on average all on at the same time, working just fine, last night one of the laptops just, stopped working, saying there is no internet access, With every attempt it doesn't send any information. When I disconnect it from the wireless, then reconnect it, it immediately receives packets but won't send any.
so my computer acts slow when its sending files. when im on aim &im sending a song, evrything is slower. my internet becomes really slow to the point where i cant use it. &everything just becomes slow. &my sending speed is really slow compared to others. it would take me 10 minutes to send one song compared to my friend which would only take 3 minutes. &the song file was about the same mb.
We have gotten a tv with wireless capability.I do not remember the WEP key.I currently have my laptop pc and a HP printer working with my D Link router. I have gotten as far at the set up page for the router and am wondering if I change the WEP key, will it automatically update the existing devices (my laptop and printer) or will they be locked out? Can I use the same code for all 4 WEp keys ?
recently we had a small blackout but electricity came back almost immediately. After that I had problems connecting to the internet with one of my wired connection computers (Windows XP). Connection has a Limited or no Connection status and the problem seems to be that the network doesn't assign a new ip adress.
C:Documents and SettingsAdministrator>ipconfig /all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : paloalto
I am running Windows Vista Business SP2 and I have been having problems lately with my internet connection. I am on a DSL connection and my computer keeps on dropping the connection like every 15-20min in order to get my connection back I have to disable and then reenable the network connection, but the weird thing is that I don't get internet connection, but I can still send and recieve IM's and Mail when my internet goes down. It is not my ISP that is wrong , but my computer, because I have a windows xp and it does the same thing and I also have a windows 7 PC and that one does not lose connection when my other ones do. On my Windows XP all what I have to do so it gets connection again is click on the connection and then click repair and I get internet again, but Windows Vista does not have this option so I have to disable and reenable my connection
My host has an IP of 188.8.131.52 from a router DHCP. I have a virtual environment which has a DC and DNS and the IP is: 192.168.1.x how can I get access from my host to the virtual environment? What do I need to setup on the host OS? (Windows)
I'm going to a relative's house, and they only have one computer, running Windows XP, with a wired connection. We're planning on bringing our laptops, and would prefer WiFi. There are no open networks near us we can use. So, is there an application for Windows XP that is painless to install/uninstall that would allow us to create an access point from that computer?
i deleted my xbox 360 local area connection from my computer i have windows 7. how do i get my xbox 360 back on my computer and share a connection with it cuz befor when i tryed to share it. it said......(Internet connection sharing cannot be enabled. A LAN connection is already configured with the IP address that is required for automatic IP addressing.)
I have a Motorola Surfboard cable modem with a Comcast account that is supposed to get "up to 15 mps". My desktop works gloriously, but my laptops and everything else hooked up to the net through my Media link Wireless N Router either run incredibly slow, or get kicked off completely.I've already had the router replaced one.
I have a local DSL line in our remote office. We are connecting a microwave antennae that carries our main office internet to the remote office.I want to be able to connect both paths to a Layer 3 switch and route traffic through the main office with the router connected to the DSL as a fail-over solution.I would really like to stick with HP Procurve's if possible.
Is this a wired or wireless connection issue? Both Who is your Internet Service Provider (ISP)? Comcast..What type of Broadband connection are you using? Cable..What is the exact Make and Model of your Modem, Router or Modem/Router Combo - (Main)Netgear WNR3700v2 / WNR2000v3(secondary) My current setup is the 3700 router is taking the internet from the modem cat5e and spewing the wireless. I would like to have the secondary router use the wireless from router 1 as the internet source and push the internet out of the 4 hardline ports so I can plug my upstairs xbox 360 into the router via cat5e. I'm just kinda new to this and still learning so I'm not sure how to configure the router to do this. I can get into the settings of the router just fine but finding the right settings to tweak is a little difficult.
The whole thing about IPv6 has been out for what is probably a couple of years now. But I find it very odd how even my newest modem/router can't even support it yet. Why on earth are manufacturers such as Netgear holding back so much on making their products IPv6 compatible? The IANA has just about given out what is left of the addresses, and we still have time to adapt by working our way over to IPv6 as it can work simultaneously with IPv4. Companies have been given years to prepare.
Why can't I connect to the Internet right now using IPv6? Not only is my router holding me back, but will my ISP hold me back as well?
I purchased an IP Cam for my girl friend to monitor her dog, she lives in an apartment complex that provides internet. I have been able to get the camera setup at my house to be accessed through the internet. I have a cable modem and a router, setup a dyndns account, port forwarded my router and boom it worked. Went to my gf's apartment and I didn't think of it at first until I was frustrated, but realized the apartment complex probably has a router of its own. I can access the cam on her LAN but not through the internet.