Have A 3Com Ethernet Gateway Router
December 9, 2009 at 6:44 AM gv said... And at the same time you have a simple mean to see to which router you are connected: check the lights on the router.I think there is no easy way to Bibliography James Pelkey, "Entrepreneurial Capitalism and Innovation: A History of Computer Communications 1968-1988", 2007 External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to 3Com. news.cnet.com. ^ 3Com Corporation Acquires Leading Unified Messaging Vendor, Call Technologies; Company Accelerates Delivery of Carrier-Class, CommWorks Architecture. - Business Wire - HighBeam Research Archived May 16, 2011, at the Wayback http://zuneuser.com/have-a/have-a-dell-8250-that-won-t-recognize-the-ethernet-card.php
If you don't know or don't want to know more about networking you don't have to read the rest here.What do you have now?The second router is connected through a LAN This works fine with most of my wireless computers. Thanks again. Configure the router at http://192.168.1.1/3.
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he's purchased a Linksys WRT54G2 wireless router for this.2 questions here. To find out the exact cause of the problem, you should check with "ipconfig /all" if you still have a valid IP address. gv: Thanks very much for your response. Windows file and printer sharing is one example here.
On April 12, 2010, Hewlett-Packard completed the acquisition of 3Com. Since the acquisition, 3Com has been fully absorbed by Hewlett-Packard and no longer exists as a separate entity. This is basically handled in the wireless card and driver. This blog is wonderful! Do not use the Internet/WAN port on the second router!8.
December 14, 2007 at 8:17 PM Robert said... The company went from employing more than 12,000 employees to fewer than 2,000. If you have two wireless routers: you cannot roam between both routers without loosing the connection. Some examples are: access restrictions, dynamic DNS service, port forwardings, MAC address clone, the firewall...
I have found that some devices work very nicely while others have trouble or even fail to switch. click to read more Also try to ping the main router and see if LAN works.With this setup, you basically only use the hardware switch in the router and maybe the wireless bridge. Firewall gets IP from ISP and is working well. Just a couple of general thoughts on the Spectrum merger so far [CharterSpectrum] by AnClar466.
January 14, 2010 at 2:10 AM Worm said... Everything is connected to a single larger ethernet network. A broadcast in the first router's subnet reaches all computers connected there. NetConnect for routing XNS between Ethernets.
In default Gateway mode the second router does network address translation (NAT). MultiConnect (?) was a chassis-based multi-port 10BASE2 Ethernet repeater. 3Server, a server-grade PC for running 3+ services. 3Station, a diskless workstation. 3+Open file and printer sharing (based on Microsoft's LAN Manager). All rights reserved.C:\Users\Tyler>ipconfig/allWindows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Tyler-PC Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . uniqs355 Share « 3Com 3C510 or NetGear RT 314? • Error 676--the phone line is busy ????
If this is a Linksys router you probably have a very old router with a very old firmware. Retrieved February 4, 2015. ^ "Bob Metcalfe: Serial Innovator". The interesting thing is that I can be able to get data flow with a direct wired connection from the modem so obviously the problem is in the router setup.
But it's not quite reliable or consistent enough for prime time; hopefully this can be achieved with future software updates.Review: ETR9330 300Mbps Wireless N Travel Router - 12/1/2010With simple setup and
or its affiliates 3Com From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search 3Com Corporation Former type Public Tradedas NASDAQ: COMS (1984-2010)  Industry Computer network products Fate Acquired by Hewlett-Packard I just bought a Bravia TV with web capability, and hooked in into the network with a Cisco WET-610N wireless bridge. At this point, the company's main cash-cow, the network interface card business, was also shrinking rapidly, mainly because the functionality was integrated into the southbridge of many motherboards. the "internet" light on the router does light up, but when we try and connect to the network, either wirelessly or wired, we are unable to load up any site or
Frankly I'm amazed it works at all. October 15, 2008 at 7:38 AM Alan said... May 22, 2009 at 4:37 PM gv said... It is comparable to the 3C510.
set the internet connection to DHCP.b. But I find that my laptop's wireless connection works better with WPA enabled and I'd like to have the security for the normal reasons too. So I'd like to setup two wireless networks in the house, one with security disabled to be used only by the internet radio (and perhaps some of my neighbors) and with This ill-advised merger spelled the beginning of the end of 3com.
Net income in the quarter was $79.8 million, or $0.20 per diluted share, compared with a net loss of $18.7 million, or $0.05 per share, in the first quarter of fiscal wow! diaLogist, you did not follow the suggested setup in this post. is that possible the second router (wrt54GL) not connected to first router but we can access internet ?
Again, thanks gv for helping! CommWorks modified the gateway and softswitch software to support SIP for MCI/WorldCom's hosted business offering in 2000. Although 3Com sold CommWorks to UTStarcom, they retained intellectual property rights to the softswitch It works better if all APs are on the same channel but then, due to interference, the overall throughput suffers. See if this helps.
Connecting two routers through a switch would not work with most consumer ISPs.Moreover, if you want wireless roaming the wireless access points must be connected to the same LAN. Thus for many parts the roaming depends on the network card and the driver.In addition you have to see that the signal strength shown is only a very limited indication for If you need a port forwarding (i.e. If you use Router mode on the second router: you have to configure "routes" on the first router and possibly your computer connected to the first router so that IP packets
the is awsome working good, and the process is very easy to work on January 5, 2008 at 3:36 PM tyler said... You only notice it if you have some live streaming due to the lag.But probably not all wireless clients work that well. September 19, 2008 at 6:31 AM gv said... Roaming in this case requires to change the IP address.