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Wireless Network Adhoc Problems!

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Old 10-22-2007
BMS_Online
 

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Wireless Network Adhoc Problems!
Hello,

I have two laptops on Vista Ultimate and my main computer on XP Home. I have
a cable modem which is going through my PC and is being shared via Ad Hoc to
the laptops. My problem is that only one laptop can use the internet at a
time. They both connect to the network ok, but only one can access the
internet. When they were on Xp they could both be on the internet at the same
time. I know it’s nothing wrong with them because if I disconnect one the
other will work and vice versa. I am using windows inbuilt wireless utility
if that helps. Does anyone have any ideas (please don’t tell me to get a
router as I like using Ad Hoc)?

Thanks for your time,
BMS

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Old 10-24-2007
Mick Murphy
 

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RE: Wireless Network Adhoc Problems!


"BMS_Online" wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I have two laptops on Vista Ultimate and my main computer on XP Home. I have
> a cable modem which is going through my PC and is being shared via Ad Hoc to
> the laptops. My problem is that only one laptop can use the internet at a
> time. They both connect to the network ok, but only one can access the
> internet. When they were on Xp they could both be on the internet at the same
> time. I know it’s nothing wrong with them because if I disconnect one the
> other will work and vice versa. I am using windows inbuilt wireless utility
> if that helps. Does anyone have any ideas (please don’t tell me to get a
> router as I like using Ad Hoc)?


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> Thanks for your time,
> BMS
>

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