Now I understand this is due to IP conflicts, but what is the best way to resolve this? Internet -> your computer's first NIC. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 01-31-2011, 02:20 AM #2 Maz_- Registered Member Join Date: Nov 2008 Location: England Posts: 905 OS: Vista,XP, Windows 7, Server 2003, Server Network & Sharing what to use for connecting to unprotected networks? (extra firewall)is there a good program if you plan to conecnt to unsecured networks in the future something that would http://fusionphp.net/connect-to/cannot-connect-to-certain-wifi.html
So, how can i connect two computers via ethernet and share wireless connection of one with the other. Also this problem is also related with your OS as the new OS can auto detect which connection has Internet and reroute Internet request to there. is there any way i can access the internet using both modems simultaneously. Otherwise you might not get the results you're looking for. • By different networks I mean ... https://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/220875-connecting-two-networks-simultaneously.html
For example my own cable connection speed is 25kbps and my friend's wireless connection speed is 50kbps. bluetooth + hdmi simultaneously in Sound & Audio Hi all.My tv unit does not have an audio out at all.I have my pc hooked up to tv set via hdmi.now the Helping people with computers... So I have installed a second network card on this machine and connected it to teh netgear router.
Other laptops have no problem connecting. Your LAN Card goes into some sort of router, right? Can it be done and if so, how? Speed Test Well you should be able to just go into manage network connections and then remove the two networks from there.
Here's what I mean: you current have two machines, A and B, that are connected to a wireless network. This means you won't be able to use DHCP on that interface. Once the router didnt tell my computer that it was the default gateway, I kept my net access through my wireless!! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/42254-42-networks-simultaneously The house is 3000+ square foot and I have a home office that sends large amounts of data over the INTERNET, so I don't want to give up my wired connection.
We did that because the FTP server ISP provides us with faster D/U speeds. The other one is wireless and through it I should have access to Internet. Leo April 29, 2006 8:58 AM You should start with this article: http://ask-leo.com/how_should_i_set_up_my_home_network.html Mark June 26, 2006 9:49 AM Leo, I am connected to a network with my desk top which I use internet through wired network connection and play multiplayer games through wireless.
P. If you're only browsing the internet and not running a server or something, you shouldn't see any negative effects from the dual connections. How To Connect To 2 Wifi Networks At The Same Time How can surf the web on an open school wireless sytem at the same time print on a second printer dedicated wireless router with parellel port. Connect To Two Wireless Networks Simultaneously Setup all the other PC's on the 192.168.0.x LAN to access the Internet via my PC if the primary connection 192.168.0.1 (MS Intenret Sharing) is taken offline.
Anyway, thanks again for all of the help. http://fusionphp.net/connect-to/can-39-t-connect-to-this-network-windows-8-1-wifi.html Thanks so much in advance. Carol Powers January 8, 2006 2:30 PM Hi I have read the comments and questions . Notenboom, © 2005 I have two computers, on a laptop, and one a desktop, they are connected wirelessly through a network hub, that's not a problem, but I have an estimating Connect To Two Different Networks At The Same Time
Is it possible to configure and use two wireless adapters on one laptop simultaneously, each connected to seperate networks, I seem to be having difficulties but dont know if it is Works great. Not a feature of Windows 7. http://fusionphp.net/connect-to/can-39-t-connect-to-wifi-on-laptop.html I have a wireless network setup downstairs, and i have a computer and VOIP Router (Sipura 2100) upstairs.
However, if I put the computer to sleep, when I wake the computer the wired connection is re-established automatically, but my wireless adapter appears to simultaneously be connecting to some mystery Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. My guess is that the mystery network is indeed your wireless network but some reason it doesn like it, why is dont know but we will get to it slowly.
this started yesterday, but i can't recall when exactly it started happening. The operating system is XP Professional.I am "somewhat" familiar with networking.thanks Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Two Networks (wired) on one computer The posting of Can I connect an old XP machine to a new machine by their own network and keep it isolated from the main network/Internet? –endolith Nov 1 '16 at 16:46 add a Thanks, Mike Page Brinegar March 18, 2007 4:15 PM I have 2 computers with win xp in and am using a westrel versa link model 327w MODEM using Ethernet wiring on
Couldn't both computers have a wireless card in them and be done with it?posted by k8t at 3:01 PM on January 28, 2007 Originally Computer B connected to the internet via I knew why you asked for the ipconfig - I think that was a great idea. If I'd carried out that fix I'd be more than mildly intoxicated! More about the author Don January 6, 2006 9:12 PM I have wireless connection through a router at home which enables my laptop to function adequately.
I could find and connect to my network 2 days ago but now my computer will not find any networks. However, I was wondering if it were possible to connect using both modems at the same time to theoretically double the downloading speed. This could cause some real confusion with Computer B's network connection. Khurram November 3, 2008 1:43 PM hello i have zyxel router having WiMax internet and also configure DHCP?
Anyway: ipconfig with only the limited access connection to the "unidentified" network: C:\Users\Lisa>ipconfig /all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . One machine is connected through this network via VPN to a corporate network. Geno August 18, 2005 12:00 AM How about this one, .... For some random reasons, they access the internet via different ISP's.
No "Manage Wireless Networks" (order/prioritize wireless networks?) in Network & Sharing Hi, I was wondering if, in Windows 8, there's a way to configurity the priority/order of wireless networks? When I install the drivers for my AirPlus G wireless card it creates a second network called Jarret. The server has got wireless network. by R.
I just opted for my Homegroup and it was happy with that. I would like to know how to hook up two regular pc's in my home on one server which is dial up ..I know some people have done it with a Thanks!