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Re: Wireless Networking Win Xp Pro and Win Vista Home Premium

Subject: Re: Wireless Networking Win Xp Pro and Win Vista Home Premium
From: "Trev" <trevbowdenAT.dsl.pipex.COM>
Date: Sat, 8 Nov 2008 21:00:25 -0000
Newsgroups: uk.comp.homebuilt
In news:[email protected],
 <[email protected]> The Starman bashed on  keyboard and 
typed:
> "Trev" <trevbowdenAT.dsl.pipex.COM> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> In news:[email protected],
>> <[email protected]> The Starman bashed on  keyboard
>> and typed:
>>> "Gaz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>> news:[email protected]
>>>> Palindrome wrote:
>>>>> The Starman wrote:
>>>>>> Hi
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Just got a Hp Pc with Visat on it downstairs.
>>>>>> Have a pc with win xp pro on upstairs.
>>>>>> Have a speedtouch wireless modem/router and can get wireless
>>>>>> internet from HP Pc downstairs no problem.
>>>>>> However I cannot get a wireless network between the two pcs?
>>>>>> Anyone got any clues?
>>>>>> I have tried many things but to no avail. On the HP pc
>>>>>> downstairs I can see the icon for the pc upstairs but when I
>>>>>> click on the icon it gives me the error that I don't have
>>>>>> permission to look at that pc.
>>>>> Can you get it to work with a crossover network cable?
>>>>> Do you have the same username and password on both machines?
>>>>
>>>> ROFL, a crossover cable is not the way to go, that involves a bit
>>>> of IP address shenanigans, if he was up to that level, he probably
>>>> wouldnt need the advice....
>>>>
>>>> Gaz
>>>
>>> Fellas,
>>>
>>> The network name is the same on both pc's.
>>> I will create an account on the Vista PC with the same name as the
>>> account on the win xp PC and see if that works wlthough I have my
>>> doubts.
>>
>> Have you actually enabled file shearing for those folders
>>
>> --
>> Trev
>> Nobody is perfect.
>> But Being a Yorkshire man is as close as you can get.
>>
>
> Yes Trev the hand is below the folder hence sharing.

If you have a firewall That will stop it. If say your IP address for your 
Router is 198.xxx.xxx.1 then add the range 198.xxx.xxx.1 to 9
Then any wifi devise will connect as long as it has the same wep code
-- 
Trev
Nobody is perfect.
But Being a Yorkshire man is as close as you can get. 



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