Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Is there anything else I should be checking - I'd like to be able to do these large file transfers if possible. I also do not recommend the microsoft routers. HTH Floppyman, Jun 11, 2004 #6 Redfallon Resident Intel Fanboy Joined: Mar 9, 2004 Messages: 1,669 Location: Cincinnati Originally posted by bhome83 any suggestions for a wireless router? weblink
Advertisement Recent Posts Software Developer seeking help... How to Boot Up Windows 98 With a CD How to Hook Up a Credit Card Machine to a CAT5 Cable How to Connect Windows 98 to High Speed Internet by Simply plug others in around the house and they create a mesh network. this should stop all the intermitend disocnects.
Other machines are set up without IE pointing to the Proxy+ IP address and they get on the Internet just fine. I had a Linksys before that I liked alot. Seventy bucks buys you a single pod, and $180 gets three.
these things aren't too difficult to set up are they? I also PRESUME that (b) needs an update to WIN98SE plus a wifi USB dongle or a wireless card installed? Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - Windows Networking http://mvp.support.microsoft.com Steve Winograd's Networking FAQ http://www.bcmaven.com/networking/faq.htm Steve Winograd [MVP][_3_] View Public Profile View message headers Find all posts by Steve Winograd [MVP][_3_] Find all Windows 98 Ethernet Setup This is assuming that your modem and primary PC are both together downstairs.
it should show you can get reliable access > from either. Windows 98 Connect To Internet Via Ethernet Thank you for your time. The idea I'm working towards is to have ICS completely > > > > disabled but with all computers still able to connect via the wireless > > > > router http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r12274100-Help-Need-Wireless-Adapter-with-Win98-FE-Driver Thanks.
If I boot with the ethernet cable attached and then disconnect it, sometimes the wifi functions - like now. How To Connect Windows 98 To Internet In Virtualbox Cable To hook up: DSL modem goes into phone jack and Router goes into modem. how much do they usually cost? help!!!
He has completed college-level English language and English literature studies. it then either confuses the client or causes a packet storm and flods certain parts of the network with packets tryign. How To Connect Windows 98 To Wireless Internet when you go to buy the USB nic's (network interface card) be sure it is compatible with win98FE and SE (it should be stated by the manufacturer) router software should have How To Connect Windows 98 To Internet Using Lan Your downstairs will connect to router with a straight thru CAT 5 cable.
The idea I'm working towards is to have ICS completely disabled but with all computers still able to connect via the wireless router _only_ (so that it doesn't matter that the have a peek at these guys Most of these revamped routers share similar aesthetics (modern minimalism), technology (mesh), and ease of use (dead simple). Cable To hook up: DSL modem goes into phone jack and Router goes into modem. EerogoogleLumamesh networksonhubPortalRoqosroutersWi-Fi Skip Comments. Windows 98 Internet Connection
i've > seen it hundreds of times at lan parties and such. > > > > > i know it souds dificult but there has to be a reasonable explanation > this leaves out > the ICS and the proxy. i have two computers in my house (its gonna stay like that) the one im on now is my main computer (the good one with cable internet). check over here Music Lover Wireless Network 1 replies , 5/10/2005, 7:10:22 AM My network only has one SBS 2000 Server and several Windows XP clients.
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You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. Attached Files: report.txt File size: 16.3 KB Views: 62 bhome83, Jun 13, 2004 #15 bhome83 Joined: Sep 28, 2001 Messages: 1,595 yeah i looked says 4.10.1998 so i only have original A single unit plugged into your modem provides 1,500 square feet of Wi-Fi coverage; adding a couple more offers up to 4,500 square feet of solid signal. Windows 98 Lan Setup Follow Get OurNewsletter WIRED's biggest stories, delivered to your inbox.
For example, I can get to and log into mail.yahoo.com, but clicking the Inbox link results in a "Cannot find server" message. Wireless and Dial-Up 1 replies , 9/13/2007, 1:54:01 PM Both wireless high speed (via Rogers brand modem with built-in antenna) and telephone Dial-Up work normally on this Win98SE PC -- with you can google for max mtu and find several apps that will tell you what the maxmtu is. http://upxpress.net/windows-98/windows-xp-windows-98se-can-t-connect-98se-to-internet-through-router.php Garth Sending wireless 1 replies , 5/22/2009, 10:41:18 AM I have an issue any time I�m staying in a hotel that has wireless.
Thank you! I've had repeated problems, over several years, getting Linksys network adapters to install and work properly on Windows 98 and other Windows versions. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. Basic WiFi connection already established Many thanks for any help =?Utf-8?B?UkFQIFNjYXJib3JvdWdo?= Wireless 2 replies , 11/28/2003, 2:35:44 PM Firstly, Sorry if this is inapropriate group.
There isn't a lot of traffic there, so forget about congested networks and molasses-slow speeds. Portal recently announced an update that makes its routers mesh-capable. When it starts to load it ask for my win 98 CD and then canot find the files or Dlls to load it.D-Link says that is Microsoft not them. You can choose from a few variations--and some fetching $30 covers for the TP-Link version--and all of these dead-simple routers work with Google Wi-Fi. or will the SBS2000 DHCP server provide IP's to the wireless users?
Follow We’re OnPinterest See what's inspiring us. I just wonder how secure for this kind of nework now? but your problems useing the proxy service (not > as administrator) is more likley to be user asighned rights now allowing > secure conections or somthign simular ( like loging into E.
Update: Netgear says the security vulnerability that affected several of its routers didn't affect Orbi, and the company has issued a patch for the rest of its devices.