How properly I fill my wifi to ethernet cable connected to my Xbox
OK, I have wireless internet in my house but I don't have the adapter wireless for the Xbox 360. I watched a lot of youtube videos on how to implement a bridge so I can get on the Xbox live using my laptop. Basically, what I do is go in the network and sharing Center, and then on the left side of the screen, I hit 'Manage network connections'. I select the 'connection to the local network' (my ethernet cord that goes to my Xbox) and the "wireless network connection" and I right click and "bridge connections" it then creates the bridge. My Xbox is unfortunately still not able to connect the internet. When I type status it sews the 'connection to the Local network' is not receive data. Any help?
I just loaded windows XP on my old tower. I have an ethernet cable connected to my modem, but I can't establish an internet connection.
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I can't connect to my wifi, unless my ethernet is pluged in... I'm using VGN-NS135E n OS is Windows 7
It's a little hard to follow, but I'm guessing that you mean that you get only Internet when wired with an Ethernet cable from your router to your laptop and wireless WiFi doesn't at all? Or do you mean that you get a wireless connection only when an Ethernet cable not connected what whatsoever, is plugged into the Ethernet port on your laptop?
Have 2 pavilions and lost the ethernet connection, with cable, on one of them, yet have the wifi capability. When you attach the ethernet cable, the port light does not illuminate.
Currently using my second Pavilion, with the cable is connected, and the light on the port is light.
The problem would be with the connection/WiFi wireless card? This card Realtek manages cables and wireless?
Prefer to do my own repairs when possible, as labor costs are far too high for my budget.
Please use the forums.
Sounds to me like the port has been disconnected somehow, as it should be a combo wireless connection/WiFi card as you requested. You can check to make sure that the port is still connected properly, however it is likely that it will need to be replaced.
See you soon,.
I have a Satellite P750 running on Windows 7.
When I plug the ethernet cable, I have no connection.
The same cable works fine on other PCs.
The network is set to obtain an IP address automatically. The network connection uses RealTek PCIe GBE family Controller and diagnostics say that this works normally.
I don't know what else to check or try to get this connection work.
Any suggestion would be appreciated.
Are you using the original operating system that you got with your laptop?
When you check the NIC in Device Manager is installed and registered properly card?
When you connect the LAN cable to the LAN port are yellow and light green assets?
New home, new line telephone (Virginmedia), new router - can connect via ethernet cable but not wireless... Diagnostics of Dell wireless WLAN card utility connections test returns 'internet ping IP = a failed' with the info box indicating "the router/AP wireless for your network works, but your computer is not able to use an IP address to connect to the Internet. You will not be able to connect to the Internet, although you might be able to connect to your local network. Contact your network administrator or the installer of the router/access point wireless to help"
Follow the steps in the link given below and check if that helps.
If the steps above does not help then I suggest you to contact the manufacturer of the router in order to configure the router.
Im trying to connect my ipod with my computer at home but its lock and I need to know how to do the Wi - Fi connection and unlock it so my ipod can connect to it
Please refer to the article below and check if the steps help you connect your ipod to the wifi network.
I hope this helps.
Changed to Comcast modem / gateway of the infinite. Ethernet cable lights are at both ends, but yellow light flashes on the airport. Diagnosis says not connected, but I have internet service. How to return to the GREEN?
Changed the old Comcast to Comcast modem / gateway Infinity with wifi. Ethernet cable lights are lit at both ends, but yellow light flashes on the airport. Diagnosis says not connected, but I have internet service. How to return to a GREEN fixed?
Whenever you change your network hardware, it's always a good idea to carry out a new round of full power to all your devices. Check out the following Tip of an airport users for more details. Please post back your results.
I want to thank my wifi in another part of the House with an Airport Extreme. But I want to not be connected to the modem main via ethernet cable is it possible?
I put in place already to extend the wifi of my modem still connected to the modem via ethernet cable.
Now I want to be considered on the floor and use it to extend the wifi without ethernet cable
The AirPort Extreme can extend only wireless signal from another router from Apple, so if you want to take the AirPort Extreme on the floor and extend wireless signal, you will need another airport connected to your modem by Ethernet cable router to produce the wireless signal that will extend the extreme on the floor.
Another way of saying the same thing would be to say that if you want to extend wireless using a router from Apple, you'll need two of them do... because AirPort Extreme is not compatible with a third-party modem or modem/router for this purpose.
Hey everyone, I have problems with my Local network setting on my computer recognizing that there is an ethernet cable connected.
I run a Toshiba Satellite A210 with Windows Vista and a D-Link Wireless G router. The router is not the issue, because I ran each diagnosis than i've got, and I have a tough line of work running on another computer. The ethernet cable I use is too new out of the box.
When I plug my ethernet cable into the laptop, nothing lights up and it does not recognize it existing. The pilot, he points to what is a Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller and not its own driver ethernet. Is there a generic driver I can install that will recognize my ethernet port? Help!
The WiFi configuration runs on the router and the computer? Have you checked for a firmware
Update for the router? You have to check the router on other computers? Have you checked the
computer on all other routers? Tried another cable?
The material could be at fault. If nothing works, you can disable the NETWORK interface integrated into the BIOS
and/or the Manager of devices and use an out board NIC USB is not that expensive.
Try these methods:
Control Panel - network - write down of the brand and the model of the Wifi - double click top - tab of the driver - write
version - click the driver update (cannot do something that MS is far behind the pilots of certification). Then
Right click on the Wifi device and UNINSTALL - Reboot - it will refresh the driver stack.
Look at the sites of the manufacturer for drivers - and the manufacturer of the device manually.
How to install a device driver in Vista Device Manager
Download - SAVE - go where you put it - right click – RUN AS ADMIN.
You can download several at once however restart after the installation of each of them.
After watching the system manufacturer, you can check the manufacturer of the device an even newer version. (The
manufacturer of system become your backup policies).
Repeat for network (NIC) card and is a good time to get the other updated drivers as Vista like
I would also turn off auto update for the drivers. If the updates Windows suggests a just HIDE as they
are almost always old, and you can search drivers manually as needed.
How to disable automatic driver Installation in Windows Vista - drivers
http://TechNet.Microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc730606 (WS.10) .aspx
Check with Toshiba support, their drivers online (update or reinstall) and their forums
for problems known.
Toshiba - Forums
Toshiba - drivers - access your model
Toshiba - Support
I hope this helps.
Rob Brown - MS MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Bike - Mark Twain said it right.
My wife - who bought me an Airport Express 802.11n Wi - Fi for Christmas - was reassured in a certified store to which he would have a wireless connection to my existing wifi to stream spotify on my stereo, but I could not set up like that. According to Apple's Support, the Airport Express must be connected to a modem via an ethernet cable to work, which totally contradicts the advice she was given. This will not work for me - the stereo is in a completely different room for the modem.
Who is right?
I can't find clear indications on the web.
Thank you very much.
A "modem" , it's just that... a device that connects to the service of your Internet service provider to another router with a wireless Ethernet cable. "modem" does not any signal wireless... only an Ethernet signal.
A ' modem/router ' or the 'bridge' is a device that combines the functions of a modem and router wireless in one package. It provides a signal of wireless network for other wireless devices can connect to the Internet wirelessly. The modem/router or gateway also provides several Ethernet ports... usually 3 or 4... for devices to connect in this way as an option.
An AirPort Express can only connect to a modem using a wired Ethernet cable connection.
An AirPort Express can connect to a modem/router or Gateway using either a wired Ethernet connection or a wireless connection.
Who is right?
It all depends on if you have a modem... .or you have a modem/router, also called a gateway.
If you do not know what you... then post back with the number of brand and model of the device that you call your modem... and we will try to find what it is you have.
Bought a new airport 1 TB TimeCapsule and I wanted to add to my existing via a WLAN network. It does not detect it and I can connect only via the LAN. What I am doing wrong?
Unfortunately, unable to connect to a 3rd time Capsule part wireless using a Wi - Fi.
You need to connect to the time Capsule to your existing modem/router using a wired Ethernet cable connection, permanent... like the Time Capsule Setup Guide illustrates.
If you really don't want the time Capsule to connect using the wireless... she can do... If it gets a signal to another Apple wireless router. So if you were ready to add another Apple... as an AirPort Extreme router... and connect it to your existing Ethernet cable router/modem and configure AirPort Extreme to broadcast a wireless signal... .then.. .the Time Capsule would be able to connect in this way, assuming that he is where he can receive a good quality of AirPort Extreme wireless signal.
First time poster. I have a netgear R8000 Nighthawk on my 2nd floor. I intend to use an ethernet cable connected to the R8000 and bring it downstairs in my living room. My question is, is - it possible to be able to connect the ethernet cable in the living room to another router and then connect up to 3 devices (apple computer, smart tv, tv) via ethernet cables? I prefer wired connections. I am aware that I can use as the EX7000 netgear router as access point, but other devices may only be connected wirelessly.
Any help would be appreciated
Thank you very much!
Then, when I plug in an ethernet cable (connected to a router), my wireless adapter turns off.
He immediately turns on when I unplug the ethernet cable.
It isn't really a problem, either connection will provide my needs of networking, but it's just weird and I don't like it.
Using Win7 Ultimate 64 bit.
advice would be appreciated.
This is the default setting to save the battery.
If you always want the wireless on, go into BIOS > Menu of device Configuration and activation to deactivate WLAN-LAN.
I use the WRT54G2 with my modem cable (from Optimum Online) for a long time, like a wifi router. Several devices (laptops, ipads, iphones, etc.) bound to it, WPA2 security, everything is good.
Now I need to have a laptop connected via an ethernet connection - to make things a bit more complicated, the ethernet cable is actually passed through a phone, Polycom IP from the router on my laptop. It works fine, I have internet on the phone and the laptop. However, my wifi disappears now other devices.
I assume that the ethernet is supported when the cable is connected, so when I disconnect wifi back upward.
How can I implement both work at the same time in different devices?
Any help is appreciated
Don't know if I can delete the post, but now I just solved my problem. Changed channel 6 to 11 and all wifi works.
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