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linksys besfr41/pc/mac connections


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Mayaguez

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I'm trying to connect a first generation iMac w/OS 9.2 to an existing Comcast network through a Motorola SB4220 modem and a Linksys BESFR41 router on a Gateway computer with Windows NT.
Each method I try ends up with a dead end. Linksys will not answer e-mailed questions.
The http://192.168.1.1 web address is not reachable.
The resetting of the Network Connections TCP/IP section in the PC does not match available windows/buttons/instructions.
Apple offers no help and I have no plug and play connections as Linksys boasts.
I have checked the internet and have not found usable solutions.
Any help?
Thanks,

- jj

Edited by Mayaguez, 02 September 2005 - 03:54 AM.

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chicagotech

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can you ping each other? if not, post the ip addresses of the both computers here may help. also check theis how to sharing between Mac and Windows

How to enable the Windows File Sharing On Mac ·
Share Files between windows and Mac · Windows Active Directory for Mac ...
http://www.howtonetw...mac&windows.htm
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I may have misunderstood, but is your PC configured with a static IP in the class C 192.168.1.xxx range as well as the same subnet mask?

If not, that is most likely why you cant reach the router.

I am assuming you already checked your NIC and cat5 cable....
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