That should work for communicating between the computers, since you must have given them both addresses in the same subnet to have ever gotten them working. Problem is, the laptop CAN connect to the wireless network through the upstairs ME102.....but it isn't able to communicate via IP. Advertisement Recent Posts My laptop is running slowsly. It can't get DHCP from the RT314, and can't ping other hosts when statically configured. this content
When I try to use it to alter the configuration it appears to do so (and the green lights flashes), but when I close the USB utility and then re-open it, Currently it is without any WEP encryption. Make sure what IP-address the AP has and if your desktop is on DHCP and receives an IP from the AP. By the way the Laptop describes the connection as 'Dora'.
chicknshck Seniorius Lurkius Registered: Feb 23, 2003Posts: 9 Posted: Sat Jul 05, 2003 6:07 pm Good call...I'll give that a shoot. Symptoms: Apreviously connected wireless device fails to connect to the new wireless network. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/451650 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Are they getting an IP addresss?
I decided to try the french adapter, and used a shaver point plug socket as a makeshift converter. Home Questions Office Help Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Ask a Question Excel Microsoft Word PowerPoint Advanced Search Forum IT & Networking By Jason in forum Networking Support Replies: 1 Last Post: 11-14, 02:29 PM Netgear ME102 SNMP manager issues By jameson in forum Wi-Fi / Wireless / WLAN Replies: 3 Last Post: Yes No | 12 people found this helpful in last 30 days The followingarticleprovides links to articles that willhelp you troubleshoot issues with connecting your wireless devices after changingwireless settings
Willhe Reply With Quote 06-20, 01:58 AM #3 Re: Netgear ME102 connection problem "Geoff W"
so here we go - I have: 1: A desktop (Windows XP) / Asound 10/100M based ethernet card / crossover Cat 5E cable, and a USB cable connected to Netgear ME102 My previous setup was 'Any'. I struggled with this for a while, and didn't seem to be making any headway (and I do this stuff for a living )Your suggestion worked as described. Netgear ME102 connection problem - Wi-Fi / Wireless / WLAN An easy one 4 you network experts, but it has left me totally confused.
I'll give 128 a try and see if that settles the mess.Thanks,BrianEdit: Pardon the English in the orginal message, I had a kid in my lap and one "helping" in the Each and every issue is packed with punishing product reviews, insightful and innovative how-to stories and the illuminating technical articles that enthusiasts crave. It should work.Key word, "should". I thought some vendors called "WEP 40bit" 64bit.
Since you had an ad-hoc network running before, you may have set the computers's IP addresses statically. news Ron Reply With Quote 06-20, 10:41 AM #4 Re: Netgear ME102 connection problem Hooray! So, what you think is 64bit WEP is actually 40. I had been given as a favor my Cisco 350 PC card.
The ME102 is set for channel 9, SSID "Netork", and 64bit WEP.Each ME102 are using the same WEP key.I'm able to get IP connectivity and Internet through the wired PC upstairs History: I had originally set up an ad hoc wireless network with the laptop (+ its MA521) and the desktop supporting a PCI MA311 card. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. have a peek at these guys Join our site today to ask your question.
Now how does wone control the speed of a network card? Did you change the setting from ad hoc to infrastructure? It works perfectly, and I'm getting a consistant 40kb/s, which is plenty.
While you're using the USB configuration utility on the AP, see what SSID is configured. The time now is 10:14 AM. ME102, DG814, F5D7010 (Speed) Discussion in 'Networking' started by adambaz, Mar 21, 2006. Get information, documentation, videos and more for your specific product.
IP of router: 192.168.0.1 IP of wired PC1: 192.168.0.2 IP of wired PC2: 192.168.0.3 IP of Access Point: 192.168.0.5 IP of Laptop: 192.168.0.6 Thankyou for your help in advance, Adam With this I mean they both have a different MAC-address and can both be separately configured (DHCP or Static IP? Remember, I had the benefit of seeing how a client set up the low end WEP in the Netgear utility and how that differed from the Cisco's.I'm just happy it works http://upxpress.net/wireless-network/wireless-network-connection-will-not-enable-win-7.php Join over 733,556 other people just like you!