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Since you only have two computers, it is kinda pointless. What age limit is appropriate for using tools (such as screwdrivers, hacksaw, drill etc)? Husband would like to use one laptop when I'm on the internet on the other, but I just can't work out how do do that.We can only use wireless broadband, not Any ideas? check over here
By default, if you have a LAN connection also on the same computer you will get error saying that you can't use the 595U connection at the same time while connected Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Networking & Wireless forum 16 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions it is much advisable to have a router on the network so you can have both computers working at the same time. by JordanBeckett / January 24, 2008 5:13 AM PST In reply to: Try getting it ... https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/sierra-wireless-aircard-595u-281219/
The reply was that the IP address on my computer was "refreshed" every 24 hours. Wold my speed.security be better if I got a different Aircard. This would redirect all miscellaneous traffic through the wrong router. Currently it says disconnected...
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Sprint also said they do not have one. Of course, they recommended using their proprietary PCI cards, which are priced much, much higher than Linksys or any other hardware provider. But I believe in your case the simple solution of putting the smaller network at a higher priority will work.
I know these pretty well. Follow this through, and you should be able to use the connection on both laptop and desktop machines. The Wise Monkey09-20-2008, 08:01 AMHow exactly does your laptop connect to your PC? http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2133964/dac-time.html I am planning on buying a EVDO-PCCard router like KR-1 by Kyocera or the DLINK or Linksys one in teh next month or so.
The dummy MIDI track must have MIDI Input type ("MIDI From") set to "No Input". IworkatTelstra, but my participation here is strictly in a personal capacity as a fellow Australian telecommunications services consumer, and you can safely assume you are not my customer, client, patron, benefactor I stay away from 192.168.1.1 because it is the default for LINKSYS routers.PCMCIA MODEM--->LAPTOP(.0.1) ---- (.0.164)Linksys(.5.5) ---- wired/wireless network with (.5.XXX)My DHCP server starts at 192.168.5.190, just to give me room j/k Okay.
Evaluating the following summation Single-word antonym for "cheapest"? The Wise Monkey08-22-2008, 04:28 AMYou can share an Internet Connection in Windows - open up your Network Connections, and there should be an icon for the connection supplied by the air Unfortunately, ethernet (en1) eats all traffic when enabled. Please refer to the following article for more informations how to sync Live to another computer. Second, configure Live running on the sync master computer like this: In the MIDI/Sync preferences,
Enter MIDI Map Mode (cmd+m/ctrl+m). http://realink.org/solved-using/solved-using-din-in-code.html since you are only using an aircard which only allow one computer at a time to connect to the internet, i suggest you to better ask at&t if they can provide I believe your second to last paragraph is what I was looking for. I will continue to build more systems and enjoy reading the forums to increase my education level.
In any event, I will research the matter further and report back in case someone else encounters the same problems that I have been experiencing. However after around a minute or so, the route was re-added (as I later discovered) by the operating system. Josh | Tech Expert |Need additional help? http://realink.org/solved-using/solved-using-xp-home.html Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 04-06-2012 12:54 PM seldom-inn wrote:Is it possible to use the modem on
Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Create an empty MIDI track, this will serve as a dummy track. kagomeghe08-04-2008, 02:29 AMI do not have DSL available so have had to resort to using an AT&T Sierra Air Card to connect to the internet.
Ethernet (en0) had to be set up as a static IP (192.168.2.10) per the requirements for the device I am connecting to.
Also, to see if your computer can access the outside world here is what you do: Start> Run (in vista windows logo key + r) type cmd (for dos) enter. Gatorman09-21-2008, 04:47 PMHow exactly does your laptop connect to your PC? In any event, I will research the matter further and report back in case someone else encounters the same problems that I have been experiencing. Then, write your software in the secondary computer to intercept the incomming data from the primary computer, and have a shot at integrating your own proprietary commands withing your own program,
The MIDI Output Channel should be set to one that is exclusively used for this purpose and not being used by anything else. (In the example, it's channel 2.) Third, configure Anyone else know??? This fix proved to be unproductive. http://realink.org/solved-using/solved-using-screenshot.html Check out this thread - I'm not sure if this person has the same aircard as you, but the responses should still be applicable: http://forums.cnet.com/5208-7585_102-0.html?forumID=19&threadID=281219&messageID=2729692 I can't share files.
Gatorman08-20-2008, 01:19 PMI do not use a laptop, wireless or a router; I do have two computers, the one I built and my very old one. File and printer sharing is enabled on both. What does this series converge to, if anything? I prioritized wifi first and ethernet second and left everything else on automatic and it all works.
when I turned my computer on or off or what. complaint with Sprint yesterday. Oh well, I'm glad you found a solution in the end. :) Cirndle11-15-2008, 03:56 AMHey, sorry to chime in so late. My questions is: "What do I need to do this?" I assume it would involve a wireless router but am unsure how this would be configured.
free Wi-Fi networks when you're at a café that offers such a facility). ——Departed from CrowdSupport as of 12June 2013, when the fun factor for me had finally completely evaporated with Thanks a lot. –user142730 Aug 23 '15 at 21:36 add a comment| up vote 8 down vote Mac OS X gives the default route to the highest-ranked, active interface. It really was plug and play for me, but then again, I had shared a dialup (56K) modem w/ Win98 and Proxy+ on a 10baseT network years ago, so this was You could however talk to T Plus if you had problems and the manufacturer isn't any help.
Check out this Microsoft article on this subject: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306126 I found the icon for the aircard. The Linksys adapters are: for desktop WMP54G and for laptop WPC54GX4. Share this: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Related articles Synchronizing Live and sending MIDI messages over network Authorizations available per Live license Synchronizing Live via MIDI Using external hardware with Live Authorizing Just seems that the problem must be in the IP address tho.
Follow this through, and you should be able to use the connection on both laptop and desktop machines. With the very basic directions of the help file of free proxy, it worked just fine.