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Old January 22nd 05, 07:59 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Stuart Turrell
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I have a network of 4 computers.

Building one has the ADSL modem and wireless router.
Connected to this wireless router via ethernet cable is "housepc".
Then a wireless signal is relayed to building to where it is picked up by
"mainpc".
"mainpc" then has "laptop" and "computer" connected to it.

The thing is, i want to access "housepc" via computer and laptop, but cant,
but i can on mainpc? Why?

They are all on the same workgroup!

Stuart


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Old January 23rd 05, 06:26 PM posted to uk.comp.home-networking
Alex Fraser
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From PC2's point of view, you have two networks using the same address
range. It's luck that anything works from there at all.

On PC2, turn off ICS, remove the bridge, and make a new bridge consisting of
the wireless interface as well as the interfaces to PC3 and PC4. To do this,
open the Network Connections window, hold down Ctrl and click the three
icons to select them, then right click and select Bridge Connections from
the menu. Set the bridge "interface" to DHCP if necessary. Release and renew
the leases on PC3 and PC4.

Alex


 




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