I have to ask - Sending me nuts!!

Jerry S February 8, 2009 at 13:11:37
Specs: Windows XP
I have a cable internet modem. This is linked into a 4 port / wireless router (2 clients). This then goes to another 4 port router (3 Clients).

The above network works flawlessly on an IP range of 192.168.2.x

No here's the money question. Just recently we have been having major hassle with the cable provider. They have detected a fault on our line but are taking thier time in finding exactly what it is.

In the meantime I need net access and have been offered the use of a neighbours AP. Thats great, but all my networked pc's need access too. SO how to I connect the wireless AP range of 192.168.11.x into my 192.168.2.x network?

Altering all my IP addresses isnt really an option as my cable is much much faster although problematic. This counts out ICS and bridging doesnt work either.

Please, any ideas??


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February 8, 2009 at 13:55:35
There is an option on your lan card to add another ip adress so you can leave your ip the same but add another ip on your local lan so it will have your range and his range.

Give it a bash..

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