I have a laptop with a wireless adapter. I have a desktop without a wireless adapter. Both of these pc's have windows 7. I have the laptop and desktop connected by an ethernet cord, and the laptop has a wireless connection to the router. In Network Connections under the control panel, I used the Bridge Connections option to bridge the pc's together.At my friend's place, this is usually the end of this process as my desktop will have internet access and run fine. At my own place, however, the desktop will not have any internet until I set a static IP for it. Also at my place, games on the desktop tend to run with a lot of lag due to the internet.
- My friend has a cheap $30 ASUS router, i don't know the exact model of it atm
I am having trouble with connecting my Xbox 360 to the internet through my laptop using a bridge connection. Everything works absolutely fine, after reading all of the posts in URL,I followed practically the same steps, using my network information instead. The xbox finds the network but the DNS servers cannot resolve the names of the Xbox live servers or Xbox.com.I was wondering if there was a step somewhere I had missed or needs to be changed. I've already gone through the motions of checking the router and everything.
I am trying to bridge internet connection received from my laptop to my desktop with an ethernet cable. Both machines are running win 7.When I try to connect to my local area connection on the desktop most of the time it fails and I'm left with 'Unidentified network' and no internet connection. Sometimes, rarely it does connect properly but I get a notification about there being an IP conflict in the network, but things work as they should.When I diagnose the problem it tells me that "Local Area Connection doesn't have a valid IP configuration"
I'm experimenting/attempting to use a laptop as a network tap between my (DSL) modem and a wrt54gs by creating a bridge with two NICs in the laptop. My problem is I can't seem to get connectivity on the user end of the router. I can't ping the bridge from an end computer...
DHCP is disabled in the router, but even when manually configuring the IP address on an end computer and using the bridge as a default gateway I can't ping out.
Am I completely misunderstanding the purpose of a NIC bridge?
I have a linksys system WRT54G at home. I had no problems with the Linksys router until about a month ago when I decided to make it a secure network. I run three computers of the wireless router (1 desktp and 2 laptops) Since making the wireless network secure I can not connect with my business laptop IBM Thinkpad X40, but thother e computers work just fine.
I need to figure out a network setup for my house between modem connected to one wireless bridge connected to another wireless router connected to wired router.The reason why I decided to make this evil setup is due to insufficient range between my wireless router and desktop pc upstairs. However, in the room next to it I have a very good wireless signal and a possibility to bridge it to wired network installed in my house. But in order to do it I guess I need to bridge that wireless signal via wireless router or bridge to wired network. [code]
We have a WIRED network and a WIRELESS network at work. I start downloading a big file over the wireless network. I realize that it is slow, half way thru the processs there any way, I can set up the network, such that, DURING the file transfer process, I can switch from wireless to wired, without any disruption?...
I've already done plenty of web search and gone through various forums. That's how I've gained knowledge of setting up wireless bridge. But for some unknown reasons I haven't been able to successfully pull it off. Let me explain.I have an ISP provided modem+wifi device. Its called PTCL Modem. I normally connect my laptop and other devices through its wifi. I need to extend the signals around my workplace. So I have bought a TP-Link wifi router (TL-WR740N). Both these devices support wireless bridging according to their admin settings. I'll go pic-by-pic to explain what steps I performed.Pic1: PTCL Modem wireless bridging options. It shows two options for AP Mode: Access Point and Wireless Bridge. And it shows three options for Bridge Restrict.
Pic2: TP-Link router home page Pic2a: I first change the TP-Link's IP Address, because the PTCL Modem's wireless is also using the same IP address (192.168.1.1) so the current address will conflict with it. I change the router's IP address to 192.168.2.1. It goes for a restart.Pic3: Next I turn off the DHCP Server, as suggested by various blogs and forums. Router goes for another reboot after saving this setting.Pic4: Now I go to Wireless Settings page and set Enable WDS on. It shows me bridging options.Pic5.
I click the Survey button and it shows me a list of wireless devices in its range along with their BSSID and Channel number. I select my PTCL Modem access point which is on Channel 6. My PTCL Modem's wireless is set to WPA2-PSK security with the password "********". I also set the Channel on my TP-Link router from Auto to 6, to come in line with PTCL Modem's wireless. Clicking Save makes router goes for another reboot.
I have a thompson wireless modem which is the one from my internet provider and I want to use my Dynex DX-WEGRTR router as a wireless bridge and I've been struggling a couple day now.My primary wireless modem uses the 192.168.1.254 address.I already enabled the Dynex wireless bridge option and assigned the 192.168.1.2 address and the same WEP, SSID, chanel, subnet mask as the primary wireless modem. I also set the Dynex gateway and DNS to 192.168.1.254
I have a piece of hardware (audio device) with Ethernet network access only. I'd like to give it to my users and have them connect via Wifi. But configuring a Wifi bridge for each use is too onerous. I'm looking for a wireless bridge device with a display and keypad that allows the user to scan, select and associate with a wifi router, then bridge the wireless network to ethernet so I can attach my device. Does such an animal exist? Price is not a major factor.
I found the 120N at work and so far it seems to be garbage and a headache.Just moved into an apartment and was debating running 30-40ft of CAT6 from bedroom to living room and see if I could set up a wireless bridge with the 2 routers.I have an WRT54G I left behind as well, which I'm thinking to get back since it had Tomato and lot more capabilities.Its a railroad style apartment so walls aren't an issue really.Thinking to maybe even move the main E1000 to mid way point for best coverage.
my wireless router that is connected to the internet is in the basement and my computer is upstairs on the second floor of my house. Because of this the signal is very bad, to fix this problem I bought a Belkin Wireless N300 in order to create a wireless bridge but I am having trouble. My downstairs router is a D-Link DI-524 and I have googled all over the place to find a solution but the belkin router doesn't have a wireless bridging option...
I have a wired and wireless network setup at home with 2 PCs wired and 2 PCs using wireless via a Fritz!Box 7390. The 2 wireless PCs are a Media Centre PC connected to the TV and the other is my young sons PC. I have an old switch (10Mbs) that I would like to connect to the Ethernet port of the Media Centre PC and then run Cat5 to 2 Topfield PVRs so they can access the internet for updates.I know I have setup a bridge between the wireless connection and the wired but not totally sure what to do and how to get the switch setup.The Media Centre PC is running Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 and has a Belkin USB wireless tongle.
I've got an old netgear dg834g router and I want to set it up so that it connects wirelessly to the main router in the house (netgear dgn3300) in order to have wired connections from the old router to my pc and xbox 360 upstairs.
I think I need to change the setting on the old router so that it acts as a 'repeater with wireless client association' but on the most recent firmware this doesn't seem to be an option.
I've been trying to use this guide [URL] but it doesn't seem to work. Whenever I change the IP address of the old router it just breaks down and won't let me access the settings anymore.
i am placing a formal request to Cisco and to the firmware development team to create a new-and-improved firmware release for the WET200 wireless Ethernet bridge, a product that is still being produced, shipped, and sold. I purchased the product about one-and-a-half years ago and have enjoyed its performance. There have been, however, some flaws with the device, namely the following:While configured to use WPA2-based security, DHCP-related traffic is not passed from a router/gateway's DHCP Server to connected devices on the WET200. Current firmware release notes indicate this was a known issue and was, supposedly, fixed; however, due to the level of problems customers are reporting, it appears this may have only been resolved, if at all, with security configurations of WPA, WEP, or OPEN. It has not been fixed for customers using WPA2-based security.When I originally purchased the WET200 and configured it to use WPA2-based security, while it, initially, did have a few problems connecting to my router/gateway, it, eventually, did connect and stayed connected for, approximately, one year. However, in September of 2009, it suddenly lost connectivity with my router/gateway and has not been able to establish a connection since, even after reinstalling the latest firmware revision and after several soft and hard resets of the device. I tested the WET200 with another router/gateway, only to experience the same issue. Other devices are connecting to my router/gateway, but, not the WET200. The last firmware update for the WET200 was dated back in July of 2008. Currently, it is January 2010 and since these issues have been known for quite some time, it is unacceptable that the firmware for this device has not been updated in such a long time, especially when there are known issues with the WET200's firmware. Such lack of support is forcing me and my clients to stop using these Cisco-based products and purchase competing hardware, something I would prefer not to do; however, without better support, I and my clients do not have a choice. Expecting me and my clients to use an inferior form of security on the WET200, such as WEP and/or WPA, until a firmware update is issued is unacceptable, especially when that update has not been released in over one-and-a-half years. Such lack of support is especially unforgettable when my clients and I are looking to purchase new networking equipment. In the past, I would not have hesitated to purchase a Cisco-based product; now, with this experience in mind, I am finding it very difficult to recommend to a client that he or she should invest their organization's finances into Cisco-branded equipment. Proper, professional, timely, support of your hardware is expected of your customers, especially if you wish them to remain loyal customers. I have noticed that other similar devices, albeit, higher-end devices, have had their firmware updated, more recently, compared to the WET200. I assumed this meant that the firmware development team was updating all firmware on such devices. So far, I have been disappointed in the lack of firmware updates for the WET200. While I understand the possible desire to update the higher-end products, first, as a professional whose job is to research, recommend, purchase, install,configure, secure, and maintain both the enterprise-level and small business-level devices, I highly encourage Cisco not to overlook their small business products when the firmware development team is updating firmware for any Cisco products. Deficiency in the support of one strata of Cisco-based products is reflective upon the support of any Cisco-based product and is not easily forgiven by Cisco customers, such as myself, when new and additional hardware needs to be purchased.
WET546 successfully authenticates and looks pretty healthy on controller (see below) , however neither of computers plugged to WET546 was unable to obtain ip address from dhcp server , nor working with static ip. I was under impression what it might be related to some default policies on WLC2100. Logs (warning) on WLC2100 looks clean.
My primary home wireless is a Linksys WRT54GS Broadband Router. I have an older Netgear WGR614 Wireless Router that I would like to setup as a wireless bridge to use in another room to connect my other electronics to (i.e tv, blu-ray, Wii).
I'm considering purchasing the "Cisco Linksys - E1200 Wireless-N Router with 4-Port Ethernet Switch". Before I do, however, I want to know how to configure it as a wireless bridge to my existing wireless network.I have a hardware device with only an ethernet connection (no wireless option avaialble). I want to connect the device to a wireless router / access point, in this case it would be the e1200, and then connect to my existing wireless network. The e1200 would be acting like a client of the existing network.I found this article but Step 8 is causing concern. I do not want a wired connection. The two routers must connect wirelessly.
I need an AP that can run in client bridge mode. By that I mean a device that can be connected to a PC via the ethernet cable and provide wireless access because these older devices don't have wireless network cards?I looked at the WAP321 but it just uses a wizard. I need a device with IOS so that the PSK keys can be encrypted when viewing. I need to have the config backed up and the PSK can't be in clear text.
is this type of device TEW-647GA Wireless Gaming Adapter the same as a network bridge? If so, why don't they call it a network bridge, which is a more general purpose device and appeal to more buyers?If not, what is it about this gaming adapter that makes it better than a network bridge for connecting to xbox, tivo, etc?
I use the DWA-552 Linksys wireless card on my PC. I would like to create either a bridge (which seems complicated) to my RNX-N100 USB Wireless dongle. The reason being, I am going to use the RNX to get access to the internet for my Blu-Ray player (BD-C5500T). I have looked everywhere and cannot find any info on the setup. The other way is to connect the PC to my T.V. as my integrated card has an HDMI port and bridge the wireless connection with the integrated wired connection (if that is possible) so i can gain internet access to my Blu-Ray player. I have tried to configure with my player and no-go. It works fine when i configure the RNX on my PC though.
I am trying to set up a wifi hotspot with my wireless adaptor. The connection between my ipod and the wireless adaptor in my computer seems to be working fine, but it doesn't connect further to the local area connection (ethernet).I tried to bridge the two networks but it doesn't work I get the error message "An unexpected error occurred while configuring the network bridge"[CODE]
Just a little bit of info on the setup I am TRYING to run:
1) Laptop connected to my router via wireless 2) Xbox 360 connected via ethernet port to Laptop 3) Forming bridge between wireless and LAN to give 2 access to internet whilst 1 being able to maintain access.
Foreword: I've tried using ICS before hand because it was a simple alternative, had problems with it and got IP address errors on 2. When it did work, worked exactly how I wanted/need it to. (Was very un-reliable )
Goal: Have constant wireless access to 1 and be able to turn off/ on 2 and have access to internet without any problems.
Problem: So I am able to bridge the two connections just fine and I maintain internet on both, but when I turn off 2 the wireless drops and will stay at " Identifying" for hours and will either A) completely drop and not connect or B) stalls at identifying.
The way I have been able to get wireless back on 1 is to delete the bridge I formed and un-bridge my wireless. At that point my wireless comes back instantly and there are no problems. The thing is I don't want to have to repeat the process every time I want to use 2. With ICS it was " Plug and Play" when it worked and that's my goal. To plug in the ethernet cord via LAN and to be able to use 2.
trying to put my RT-n66U in wifi repeater mode or bridge mode as i have only one lan cable and no wifi adapter where i connect n66u dark knight and my pc . and connect the modem n10e and rt66u,setting up rt66u was pretty easy but i cant give my modem the repeaters mac as there's no WDS management interface in the modem, how would i do it, is there any other way to bridge between wireless routers?
I have a laptop connected to an home router through its built in wireless card. It has checked the "share internet conexion" option. I can browse on internet with this laptop.The same laptop have another usb wireless card configured as ad hoc with the other(s) computer. This second computer is communicating with the first one, but the router does not answer the ping call (and I cannot browse on Internet with this computer either).
I'm running a Motorola Surfboard Extreme 6580 as my modem and main access point, but I have equipment downstairs in my home theater that I need LAN connections for. I want to set up another router/device as a wireless-n bridge to plug these into, and I don't want to spend more than necessary, but I want the best performance from my 6580. As the 6580 is only singal band, and my wife's computer only runs on 2.4ghz, I think I don't really need a dual band device, but a single band n device. I bought a netgear WNR2000v3 router, but when I try to bridge it (enable wireless repeating function) it tells me that I can not enable this function with AES, TKIP, or AES + TKIP enabled. The 6580 tells me I should use AES to get the best speed, and the WNR2000 won't let me use any security when bridging (the router's menu page hints tell me to enable WEP, but I don't even see an option for that, and it's pretty worthless as security I've been told). I think I need to return this WNR2000v3 and get something else.