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Topic # 15532 27-Aug-2007 16:17
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hi guys.
i've got a prob and i sure hope someone out there can help me.
im running telstra broadband via cable but recentley bourght a belkin
wireless router as there more than one laptop in the house.
got all the network ip's address and details off telstra to input
in to the router but after much hassel no matter what ive tryed
the computer picks up the wireless router but on connects local
and not internet and by what ive heard this is a vista prob.
any info on how i can get this to work wirelessly would be very helpfull.

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  Reply # 83990 27-Aug-2007 16:29
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I don't think it's a Vista problem - I am running two Windows Vista laptops connected to a Belkin wireless AP and to TelstraClear with no problems.

I would start by checking that your Belkin is configured to connect to the Internet with the correct IP address, DNS server and gateway addresses. Make sure connection type is Static IP address.

In your LAN configuration make sure the DHCP is handing out addresses in the correct range.

Then from one of your PCs I'd PING another PC on your LAN by IP address. If it responds then network is most certainly working fine. Make sure you don't have any firewalls blocking PING on your LAN otherwise you can't test.






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  Reply # 84004 27-Aug-2007 17:08
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ok, ill try that.
thanks

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