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dormage

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Im trying to help a frend instal a local network between two computeres that are connected to the internet by a router..
the problem is that one of the computers is a Lap-Top and it connects to the router wierless..
and the other one uses LAN!
I have done some networing my self but i have to say this is the first time i came across a router that has both wierless and LAN..
Now im stuck tryng to establish a connection between them but i am not familiar with bridging..
i have seen it but never actualy done it..
If anybody is willing to help out please do!
I thank you in advance!!

Edited by dormage, 15 June 2007 - 04:06 PM.

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Im trying to help a frend instal a local network between two computeres that are connected to the internet by a router..
the problem is that one of the computers is a Lap-Top and it connects to the router wierless..
and the other one uses LAN!
I have done some networing my self but i have to say this is the first time i came across a router that has both wierless and LAN..
Now im stuck tryng to establish a connection between them but i am not familiar with bridging..
i have seen it but never actualy done it..
If anybody is willing to help out please do!
I thank you in advance!!

1. Make sure both computers are able to connect to internet
2. Make same GROUPING on both computers.
3. Put the router IP as gateway and determine what is the IP ranging from the router (Either DHCP or static IP), put it on the LAN configuration.
4. Restart all computers.
5. Should be done now.
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