Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Networking & Wireless forum 4 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions The private network is invisible and inaccessible beyond your Netopia router and thus to Internet all your devices in the network seem to be just one big device with the IP OpenWRT is 192.168.1.100. And how does wireless work for your GF's laptop (which also has Windows)? check over here
Please try again now or at a later time. There has been no mention of hubs and switches, nor modem and routers... Every day I see more and more why I prefer Linux over anything Micro$oft. Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
wireless though, then you need to look at the router configurations. I had thought maybe an Ubuntu update may have caused the problem, but since the PPC can't connect either, I doubt that is the problem. The reason I made the changes was, although the network seemed to work with the switches on different subnets(?), I could not access their control panels from any computer without having I do understand binary and I thought I followed your description until you mentioned 29 bit subnets.
What decided how many bits the subnet contains? My girlfriend's computer and my work computer are about 120 feet way on the other side of the building. They can't handle two PS3's coming from behind the same firewall I guess.What you should try doing is to put one of the PS3's into the DMZ on your router. On this network, I have a dedicated web server hard connected to the Netopia router.
It's not a Playstation or Internet issue obviously because everyone else's account in this house is working fine!. And I guess this would be the case for when you connect wirelessly straight to Netopia. I'll tell you, when I have problems, they're not your average everyday problems! :confused: I appreciate all of your help, though. Rather than run three Cat-5 cables (the third is for connecting to computers when I am working on them), I ran one cable and use the second router as a switch.
From my work computer, I am able to connect to either the OpenWRT router or the Spykee with no problem. Limited Time Offer: Buy CompTIA Network+ N10-005 Authorized Exam Cram and receive a 10% off discount...https://books.google.com/books/about/CompTIA_Network+_N10_005_Exam_Cram.html?id=Kos-BAAAQBAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareCompTIA Network+ N10-005 Exam CramMy libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchView eBookGet this book in printAmazon.comBarnes&Noble.com - $36.32Books-A-MillionIndieBoundFind in Just open up a terminal and run a route -n from the two problem cases above and compare the results (or post them on a reply, if you can't figure them Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic for Current User Bookmark Subscribe Printer Friendly Page Can't connect to servers while GF's
that's just what I had laying around. rebeltazSeptember 20th, 2009, 05:55 AMWell, I just read through the part describing your network topology. Sounds like you have some problematic routing rules on the laptop that are messing things up. The 169.254.0.0/16 is classified as a self-assigned link-local range (also not used on Internet scale) and is the product of an Avahi daemon running on the kernel by default.
rebeltazSeptember 22nd, 2009, 06:20 AMOk, this sounds like a more consistent problem to fix. check my blog I have run out of ideas. If you look at the mask, you'll see that the first line refers to 192.168.1.x addresses, and since they don't have a gateway, the rule just means they're on your local I know...
etaf, Jan 27, 2007 #6 Squashman Trusted Advisor Joined: Apr 4, 2003 Messages: 19,775 Well you are gettting online somehow. Anyway, just lettin' y'all know.... I don't think this is the problem, but on both computers connected to the D-Link and the HTPC I am running WinXP.
I haven't changed any settings, connections or parameters. I don't know if doing this is a security risk or not, but maybe this will help: the routers are 192.168.1.254, 192.168.1.253 and 192.168.1.252. Limited Time Offer: Buy CompTIA Network+ N10-005 Authorized Exam Cram and receive a 10% off discount code for the CompTIA Network+ N10-005 exam. in reply to splyke Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Get Direct Link Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content The first time I put my
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Everything is on the same subnet. If and/or when I figure it out, I'll post here in case anyone else every has this problem... If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. To receive your 10% off discount code: Register your product at pearsonITcertification.com/register Follow the instructions Go to your Account page and click on “Access Bonus Content” CompTIA® Network+ N10-005 Authorized Exam
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