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Can't bridge connection?


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FusionFX

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I can't bridge the connections with the guide for some reason. Im not great on configurations so i post here to see if the sollution is easy. :tazz:

Edited by FusionFX, 31 July 2005 - 10:28 AM.

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Hi FusionFX!

I don't really understand your question. Could you repost with as much detail as you can about your setup, gear, and what you are trying to accomplish?

Thanx!
cya, SD
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I have a DSL connection i'd like to split in a gateway through my wireless usb adapters. I have to point out it has worked before without problems. It turned dead after many successful weeks of use n the xp guide to configurate the connections keeps refusing to bridge now. I have turned off my firewall completly n tried but fails to find any computers in the network. The signal is strong though.
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You are using XP as your gateway? Something like this:

Internet --> NIC#1 on XP
NIC#2 on XP --> Other computer

ttysoon, SD
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