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I have had this working several times. However I cannot get it going all of the time. I do not know how.
I am connected to the internet with my PC and a USB wireless adapter.
I bridge the wireless adapter and my local area connection and I can no longer connect to the internet. When it does connect, everything starts working just great.
The bridge connects when it is in DHCP. If I enter the wireless IP etc manually. I get IP conflict.
I am connected to the PCs ethernet jack with a crossover cable.
Remember, this set up does work, I just cannot get it going whenever I want to. It is driving me nuts.
Any help?
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