Have a look at the diagram showing my router/modem setup here:I'm not sure the proper terminology or how to say this but I would like Router A to broadcast 1 IP and and Router B to broadcast another.For "business" reasons I need my "normal" IP on router A and for "pleasure" reasons, I want to have different DNS on router b.I'm in canada and I'm using a DNS service to make it appear like I'm from the US.
What I want to do is be able to control my PC from my TV screen. I mean I want to be able to stream a live ball game or movie I have on my PC hard drive & see it on my TV. I heard about Roku & thought that is what I wanted or Blueray with DLNA. But Roku just pulls streams from subscriber sites like Netflix & Hulu. DLNA will allow you to view video you have on your HDD but will not let you stream live feeds like watching a live event that is streaming on your PC. Is there any hardware out there that will allow me to have whats on my PC screen on my TV screen via wifi (or other means)?
have a computer that connects to the internet via a wireless network connection. The router to which it connects is not physically available.I have a device that I want to connect to the internet. However, it is a wired device. The device cannot reach the wireless router that the computer connects to.Is there any way for the wired device to connect to the computer as an intermediary? The computer has a built in wired network card (as well as a USB wireless device that connects to the wifi router).
I am trying to share a printer on Windows Server 2003 machine so that my other computers can access the print share from my server. originally i was hosting the print server from one of the workstations (running Windows XP SP2). I now want the printer share to be hosted from the server. I set up the printer correctly (to my knowledge). i was able to set it up and print a test page. But when i go into properties and attempt to share the printer, i click on Share this Printer and enter in a name, i designate it to list the printer in the directory. Then i click apply and ok... and nothing happens. the printer is not shared. When i go back into properties, it shows that i am not sharing the printer.
After using my 2 TB WD network storage device on other systems both wirelessly and via an ethernet connection, I decided to install the device on a new system via a wired connection. Unfortunately, my computer (WIN XP) won't recognise the device when using a direct connection though my talk talk supplied D-LINK wireless router. I have contacted WD and talktalk and gone through all the diagnostic processes but it still won't recognise the device. I have been able to connect this device through an older D-LINK router (still wireless) on the same talk talk ISP with no problems so I can't understand why it won't connect here. The WD device reports no problems but I can't access it, even when all firewall and AV programs are disabled.
I don't have a router but I need to provide internet to two devices. I have a Gigabyte P55A-UD3 motherboard and a Linksys ethernet PCI card. Is there any way I can connect the Internet to my motherboard, and then provide internet to my second device via the PCI card?
Does the wifi switch have to be on for a bluetooth device to connect with this computer? That is the only way I can get it to connect, but I have been told, maybe in error, that you shouldn't have to have the wifi on to do so. When my wireless adapter switch is on, my bluetooth device does connect to the computer but in the Windows Mobility Center it does show the bluetooth icon even though it is showing up in the taskbar.
I use a USB modem(wireless) for connecting to the net. This way only I can connect to the net on my laptop. Wanted to check if there is some hardware available which can allow me to create a wifi network at my office using this USB wireless modem so that others can also connect to the net with this connection.
I have a 655 and two TVs. One is connected to my network by a Samsung 5700 Blu Ray player, and the other is connected by x box. The x box is 20 ft away from my router and the Blue Ray is about 60 away with one wall between. The x box pulls movies down and plays them no problem, and Blue Ray takes about a minute for loading the moving, will start playing but them pauses several times throughtout the movie showing the loading sign on screen.
I have a "vpn device" (that is what they called it to me) basically its a custom no-name black box with a lan and a wan port that my office gave me. It is running url... vpn connection to my office automatically so no computers have to run a vpn client locally. "It just works".Previously I had a DL 4300 set to bridge mode so I could get wifi. VPN device doesnt have wifi
I replaced the DL-4300 with a 655 because I wanted N speed for wifi and I got a DAP 1522 to wirelessly bridge my dvr and a htpc.I have read through the many threads of the 655 and bridging and it being removed and I'd love to use the 655 as my router to take advantage of all the other routing features, but alasSo here is my setup as of now, they set my vpn to be 10.86.83.1 so that is my network.Cable Modem -> pfSense -> switch ->
-> office computers and printers -> DL 4300 10.86.83.2 (I'll soon disable this and remove it, or maybe setup another remote ap in future) -> DIR 655 10.86.83.3 (using Lan port not wan port)
Laptops/phones connecting to new 655 wireless SSID, however I'm not sure how you tell if its using the DAP1522 or the 655 or is that just seemless and I shouldnt know?Also I couldnt get a dhcp via the 655-> ... -> DAP 1522 from the pfSense router. So I just enabled DHCP on the 655 and now I get ip and internet access.Really have no idea how that is working having 2 DHCP servers, but I guess they are smart about it (for now..or just lucky)
theres something wrong with my computer, Youtube works fine, but videos on facebook, and other websites dont work. Even when i watch live sports streams, it doesnt work. The video takes ages to load, and keeps freezing and lagging. I have tried many websites and none of them work
My new Samsugn blu ray player must be connected to the cable modem at the same time as my PC to stream movies says Netflix. Only problem is there is only one HDMI connection back there. I do not wish to by surrounded by RF so I want to go with cables. What is the best way to proceed? I repeat, I do not wish to have a wireless router.
I have a NAS (DLink) connected to my router, and my samsung smart TV. I currently use a Boxee Box for the family in another room, and it works great. However, I now want to be able to watch the movies (.mkv's) stored on my NAS, on my smart TV in my room. I want to be able to do so without leaving my PC on. The TV uses a Samsung 'dongle' to connect to my WiFi.
I have a readynas duo connected by cable to my dir 825,and i want to stream movies from the nas to my zbox,wich has W7 32bit and a sitecom dual N usb adapter,but it seems my wireless speed is to slow for mkv and m2ts(playback stutters),when i copy a file from the nas to my zbox i get 7,60MB using a 1,33gb file,when i copy the same file from the zbox to the nas speed is a little better around 8.20MB.all my devices are in the same room.
My desktop PC don't have the opportunity to make sync between the computer and my phone, (Samsung Galaxy SII ) via Wi-Fi. There is no Wi-Fi in my Desktop PC, and I use cable to the Internet.so that they can talk to each other via Wi-Fi connection.
I took my tv off of the cable, and am watching the Analog channels. Is there a way I can freely watch like USA HD, and such? Also, I have comcast I was going to watch stuff over the internet is there a way around minus switching to business class from comcast to not count toward bandwith?
There's a splitter (rca home theatre 5-1000mhz) between the tv and the Mac Whenever both cables are hooked up, the internet always cuts out.The wireless on the ps3 disconnects when the internet upstairs is connected.