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neeed help with router plz


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doesn't matter one way or the other...if you have rip enabled on both "routers" then it's easier for them to find eachother...but it's not really needed in this environment...you won't notice anything by leaving it on or turning it off
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if i turn NAT off on the wireless will tht just make it n acsess point?
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AH...turn NAT off for sure...sorry completely forgot about NAT..
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ok but will i still be able 2 get on 2 the wireless router to change stuff because last time i turned it off on the modem (by accident) i had to do hardre-set
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you should be able to get to the wireless router as long as you're plugged into it..etc...just turn nat off on the wireless router by the way...not the adsl for now
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ok i think its off now
soo is the wireless just an acsess point
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hehe...that's the question isn't it?

connect to the wireless router with one computer
on that computer do start > run > cmd > ipconfig /all
write down or remember the ip adress of that computer

now connect a computer to the adsl modem/router
do start > run > cmd > ping <ipadress of the wireless computer>

what do you get?
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any changes here?
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there are some differneces
heres hwat i got

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can you ping 192.168.1.22 from whatever computer has 192.168.0.11?
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soz for no reply been away
no i cant ping another pc from this 1 or the other way round
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