How do I access my server wirelessly?

Microsoft Windows server 2003 enterprise
January 14, 2010 at 13:20:25
Specs: Windows XP
How do I access my server wirelessly. I have a wireless network installed and am able to route wirelessly however with mapped netrwork drives I can only access the server when hardwired. How do I access a mapped network drive wirelessly

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January 15, 2010 at 07:21:48
Need to know more about your network topology. Is your WAP connected to a separate VLAN or on the same network as your server? Also, is your WAP an All-In-One device which has a built in router and DHCP server.? If so did you turn off the DHCP so that your server can assign an IP to your device? Are you using a hardware DHCP server or are you doing it from the server its self? If from the server are you running Linux or Windows?

We need a lot more to go on to be able to help you. First thing would be nice is an IPCONFIG. Can you send us your IPCONFIG so that we can see what subnet your NIC and WNIC are connecting to?

P.S. Do not forget to redact you MAC addresses if you do a /ALL.

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January 15, 2010 at 08:33:12
What can you access wirelessly if you can't access the server?

Some routers have a check box for bridging the wireless and wired lans or they are seperate.

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