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« on: October 17, 2005, 03:39:53 AM »

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Hi there I have been searching for days before I try


 Both Computers are WIN XP Home. Well I have a

Network Everywhere Model NWR40B 2.4aGHz 4 port

cable/dsl Router 802.11b Wireless. This was a pain to

set up home PC and Laptop with some still minor

issues of ip conflics well as trying to

secure is nearly impossible which I am sure I am

missing information somewhere.


So...the Network Everywhere Model NWR40B 2.4aGHz 4

port cable/dsl Router 802.11b Wireless and The other

Wireless is a GigaFast Model number WF719-CAPR

G-Broadband 802.11b/g router.

I want to use the GigaFast first in line from the

Cable modem (So I can get faster speed on laptop that

will be in the house) and hard wire (Run the Ethernet

Cable from this one as well to the Network Everywhere

one in the garage where I don't get a strong enough

signal from the house when I have the laptop out here

as well or in the backyard to. I can deal with the B

one outside since slower as I am not outside with the

Laptop to often but nice to have my area covered by a

decent signal while out 40-50' from the Wireless

Router situated in the center of the house. Also

would like to get rid of this IP conflict error when

both computers are on and secure the wireless.

SORRY for asking but I always research things first

but of course there is nothing in the 2 page manuals

you get as well as I am really having a hard time

both understanding how to do this as well as finding

anything to relate to this. If I do it's not in

english (well not english enough for me to I have been on computers built

repaired etc...for 20 years but all that fun stuff

when it comes to networking I am...YES...A dummy at

at...BUT I am really trying to figure learn and



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« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2006, 04:52:34 AM »

both router have to be different ip address.. like this
one -->
second -->

if they are not different there's going to be an ip conflict

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