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Wireless / Wired differences ??

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Old 02-12-2007
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Wireless / Wired differences ??
Hi, when I connect with my Vista Ultimate notebook to my NAS server with the
wired 10/100Mb ethernet all is fine, when I do this with the wireless
connection (intel 3945 chipset) I get no acces to the NAS server or other
local web-based servers

Everything is handled with the same wireless router with DHCP configured for
both connections.

Connecting to the internet is fine.

Suggestions ??

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"Rene" wrote:

> Hi, when I connect with my Vista Ultimate notebook to my NAS server with the
> wired 10/100Mb ethernet all is fine, when I do this with the wireless
> connection (intel 3945 chipset) I get no acces to the NAS server or other
> local web-based servers
>
> Everything is handled with the same wireless router with DHCP configured for
> both connections.
>
> Connecting to the internet is fine.
>
> Suggestions ??
>
>


Wired connections don't usually have security issues to deal that wireless
ones do.

Your wireless connection to the network might require a WEP or WPA key in
order to allow you in. Without this kind of coded protection, anyone close
by with a laptop could access your network, and so files. Talk to your IT
network admistrator about getting the proper code to access the network.
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Old 02-13-2007
Rene
 

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Re: Wireless / Wired differences ??
>
>> Hi, when I connect with my Vista Ultimate notebook to my NAS server with
>> the
>> wired 10/100Mb ethernet all is fine, when I do this with the wireless
>> connection (intel 3945 chipset) I get no acces to the NAS server or other
>> local web-based servers
>>
>> Everything is handled with the same wireless router with DHCP configured
>> for
>> both connections.
>>
>> Connecting to the internet is fine.
>>

>
> Wired connections don't usually have security issues to deal that wireless
> ones do.
>
> Your wireless connection to the network might require a WEP or WPA key in
> order to allow you in. Without this kind of coded protection, anyone
> close
> by with a laptop could access your network, and so files. Talk to your IT
> network admistrator about getting the proper code to access the network.


I'm the administrator :-) I found out it is a problem in the Speedtouch ADSL
router, incompatible to the RC1332 standard. I contacted the manufacurer and
they will release a firmware update in the near future.

Regards

Rene

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