Using Xp As Wifi Access Point To Make Bberry Internet Connection Available?
Apr 24, 2011
I have a Windows XP SP3 desktop with a NetGear WG111v2 USB wireless adapter and I get my internet connection from my Blackberry 8320 (I connect my BBerry device to my PC and start Blackberry Desktop Manager and choose to use internet access of my phone for my PC). I want to be able to make this internet connection available to other devices on the network wirelesly. I also have a nook ebook reader and a laptop which I would occassionaly like to connect to internet via the connection described above. How to go about making Blackberry internet connection shared accross the network? I tried Internet Connection Sharing Wizard, but I ended up with nothing to show up for.
My question is how can i turn this adapter that i get internet from for my desktop INTO wifi so i can use my tablet?right now the desktop is the only computer with internet since it has an adapter.what do i need to make a WIFI signal from the computer? is there a usb stick or router i can buy?
I've been following those instructions to set a dir-615 as a wifi access point connected to a switch : [URL]. I am now able to connect to the 615 either by wifi or by typing it's ip address with another computer connected to the LAN. Connecting to the 615 by wifi, i can do a ping request to urls or receive and send mail with my e-mail client but i can't access websites using my browser.s it possible to get it working without installing some kind of modified firmware? I tried plugging the Internet ethernet cable in the LAN and Internet ports of the 615, none works.
I have the Netgear wndr4500 router setup as an AP. The wndr4500 has a feature for guest wifi but will not connect to the internet. The main wifi will connect to the internet fine. I'm wondering if I use the WNDR4500 as an AP, the guest features do not work?
I had an old G router that had an unsecured network. It died and I replaced it with an N router and installed a secured network. I have a cable modem with wires that goes to the router. From the router, I have CAT 4 wires going to several access points around the house. Into one of these acess points, I have pluged in a wireless access point that broadcasts wirelessly---unfortunately, it is broadcasting the old unsecured network. How can I make the wireless access point broadcast the new secured N network?
I have been using a Dell desktop for many years now as my primary computer. Recently I received a brand new Sony VAIO laptop. So as to make the laptop connect to the internet wirelessly, I hooked up a Linksys router (Linksys model # BEFSR41) and a Linksys access point (Linksys model # WAP200). Everything is working flawlessly except for one big problem. My network is listed as "unsecure". What steps do I have to take to make my network "secure"? The operating software in the laptop is Windows Vista. How to make my network secure. Let me just mention that the laptop and desktop are home computers and are both primarily used for "fun and leisure". No business "stuff"
i'm facing a big problem with my access point WAG54G ver 2.0 ,i just bought it from 2 days but i find alot of problems when i start using it ,i have read all the user guide and the quick install to see how to setup the access point and make it work with my adsl.i have configured all things right using PPPOE and putting my user name and password and then save settings then go to the status and press on connect , but it don't connect with me just i find connecting and adsl link : Down and still making connecting and nothing after that and my adsl led is off haven't any colors ,and when i get again to basic setup i found the password that i put it in the ppoe login is too long , not my password i tried to see what is this password and recover the hidden i found it " d6nw5vlx2pc7st9m ".i don't know what is the problem i tried alot of times to change setting and also the same problem.i think that it's a frim ware problem and i tried install a new updated frimware but everytime trying to install it get installing and suddenly stoped and white page appeard and all the access point is stopping and when restart it the ac power.
Should i get a wireless adapter Or a wireless repeater Which would be better for a better connection?My router is down stairs and my xbox is upstairs.I could get the wireless adapter upstairs then do an ethernet cable straight to my xbox.
To extend my wired ethernet I have purchased a WAP300N access point and connected it according to the instructions. I can see the AP from a wireless client and connect, but no IP number is provided to the client. The AP is connected to a router which has a DHCP server via wired connection (though a switch). The AP does it self get an IP number from the router but does not pass through DHCP requests from the clients.Occasionally an IP number is provided, but then there is no route to the LAN or the WAN on the other side of the AP.I have tried a whole lot of things to make it work (and been in the internet chat for two hours with a Linksys supporter, who could not make it work either).I have tried to set the IP number in the AP to static.I have tried to remove security (has to be WPA2 eventually, but for the sake of testing it has been removed)I have tried to factory resetI have tried to reinstall the firmware (the same version as the factory installed)etc.
The detected problem is the connection between my access point, router, or cable modem and the Internet is broken.The network gateway is accessible, but Windows couldn't receive network traffic from the Internet.All other devices (iPad, Xbox, android phone) have no problem connecting to the Internet.Desktop is the only one experiencing the connection issue.
My laptop died last week and have been using my husbands, which I hate! We had some issues with computer freezing on some webpages or after being on webpages for awhile (like facebook). Yesterday it froze and I could not get it back on. When he got home he did scan disk (which I also did) and got it working after going into safe mode and doing system restore. He said an update had gotten through and messed things up. Anyhow, after he was on it a few hours last night, we lost connection. I figured the crazy weather was the culprit but it has been off all day. Our router is working and connecting but the adapter is not. Also our home phone says there is no line. We have unplugged everything several times, checked to make sure everything is in the right spots, I have even reset the router and rebooted the adapter. I uninstalled and restalled the adapter also. It is now telling me that "the connection between your access point, router, or cable modem and the Internet is broken". The only lights I have on the adapter are power, battery, DS and now the US light is blinking. The online and link lights are not on.
I have a new notebook Sony Z217GG, I connected WAP 4400N was very smooth, but after connected WAP 4410N, the internet connecting always connect and disconnect, I check the notebook wireless model is intel 6230.
Canon T3i hooked up to a laptop running ExtraWebcam and Yawcam.Yawcam running an HTML and Stream output to the network/web.I would like people to be able to access that video from the [the internet + network or internet or network] (those are the options/possibilities and the order in which I'd prefer).I am able to get people to access it via the network, but not the net. I'm using my Samsung Galaxy SIII on Sprint to tether (obviously not tethering if I'm only going to the network). Unfortunately, not only can I not access the stream via the internet, I can't even ping the phone.I'm pretty sure I need to open up/forward some ports, but I understand that that's not possible seeing as it's Sprint's network and not mine.
I will also have access to a local wifi network if there's a way to 'piggyback' off of that for web access to the stream even if I don't have access to the router control panel. I'm not sure if I'll have a hard wire connection to a router or not. I can, however, change the ports that the stream is set to.(also, I can bring a separate wireless router to connect to my tethered computer to open up the internet enabled stream to the network?)Given a laptop with a wifi card, a phone that can tether, a wifi network, and, if necessary, an extra wireless router, how can I stream from Yawcam and make it available to the internet if I DON'T have access to the wifi network's port forwarding? Note that I CAN edit the ports in Yawcam.
I am using my LAN Connection for file sharing and internet on my Office Pc (Windows XP). I have a wireless external adapter (Alfa) which I use for WAN Connection. But my PC doesn't use the internet from WAN Connection till I disconnect the LAN Cable. I want to use LAN Connection for file sharing and database in the office only and Internet on WAN Connection.
how can I make the WAN Connection as default and to guide the OS to use this while the LAN Cable is still plugged in. I am using AVG Internet Security 2011 & it's firewall.
have been trying to connect my Wi-fi Access point but sytem shows , windows was unable to connect , however i have checked that access point with my friend laptop that was working fine, i have re installed my wi-fi network adapter , but the problem is same.
I have a computer in my room that I use and my parents have a computer in the work room with an wifi networking system. I have no access point to connect to the internet so how can I connect to the wifi?
I think I know what I want, but I just wanted to check before I splashed the cash and made the wrong choiceI have a Humax Freesat recorder and a Panasonic Blu-Ray player. Both of which have services that need internet access, but neither are WIFI enabled & are the wrong side of the room to be connected via cabled ethernet.I believe that what I need is to wireless access point? I'd like one with a built in switch as well, as most seem to only come with only one port. The one I found has four, which would be useful as I could replace the poor wireless Xbox 360 dongle.
First of all, is there a document on the SG300 that explains everything in plain english?Here is what I am trying to do...I have a Charter Communications connection to the internet through their modem.This modem has a static IP.I would like to make this internet connection the source for the SG300 and all the other ports be DHCP.I was told when I purchased it that being a layer 3 device.
I have a seemingly simple desire: to achieve acceptable wifi coverage of my entire house and the ability to use my wireless devices in multiple locations within that house. To achieve this aim I have tried a variety of hardware combinations over the last two months but am now at the point where I'm almost ready to abandon the project.In my current setup I have:Downstairs: A new & working Wireless Router (TP-Link TD-W8961ND) from which I can connect to (1) the internet, and (2) the internal network devices (NAS, printer, and network shares). Broadcasting on channel #1. DHCP = On.Upstairs: A new & working Access Point (TP-Link TL-WA801ND).The AP is connected by a physical cable to the downstairs router. The AP is in "Access Point Mode" with the same SSID and security settings as the router.
From the AP I can also connect to (1) the internet, and (2) the internal network devices (NAS, printer, and network shares). Broadcasting on channel #11. DHCP = Off.Clearly therefore, parts of my setup are correct and complete. However, I cannot roam between these two devices. Once a device is connected to one of these devices it cannot connect to the other. When downstairs, if I connect any device (iPad, iPhone, Win7 ThinkPad, WinXP Netbook) to the router's Wifi network, it connects to the router as expected and is fine.
When upstairs, it connects to the second router but cannot get to the internet (it gets an IP address beginning with 169.). It reports a "Strong" connection but simply cannot establish a useful connection with the world outside the house. The same is true if I take a machine that is successfully connected to the upstairs network and move downstairs.Have you successfully setup a wifi network with a TP-Link router and a TP-Link Access Point so that roaming works? If so, what's the secret?! Should I use the "Bridge with AP" mode for the AP?
I wish to turn my TP-Link wireless router into an access point but can't figure out how to do it. I have tried several times but without any success. Below are my information about my main router and the router I want to turn into an access point:
1- Main Router: TP-LINK 3G/4G Wireless N Router 300Mbps - Model No. TL-MR3420. url..
2- Router I wish to turn into an access point:TP-LINK Wireless N Router 150Mbps - Model No. TL-WR740N. url...
how to set up a Belkin F5D7230-4 6000 router as a wifi access point. My home set up is the following: Dell Desktop connected by Lan to a Telefonica/Movistar router (I live in Spain), Dell portable .. connected by wifi at the other end of the house ..saying it's portable is a bit of a joke .. it's old and moving it is not an option ! Problem is I don't get much wifi signal on the portable to be able to do anything at all online so after googling on how to increase wifi signal .. worked out that I could set up an access point.. and owning a belkin router have been trying to set it up although I think there is something
I've connected the belkin by cable to the portable and disabled the DCHP and clicked on set up as an access point, set up wifi security and password, but when i am trying to reset the IP address I end up having to reset the router and start all over again.