Re: Automatic connection for Vista peer-to-peer (ad hoc)?
Yes, unfortunately it is a "feature" of windows to automatically close the
ad-hoc network when "everyone else" disconnects (but mine apparently doesn't
follow this, because it stays on when out of range and waits for others to
reconnect >:O )
But that's not the problem. I Have gotten ICS to work properly in the effect
that it is seen as an ad-hoc and other users can use the network (and
internet) with it. However, I also cannot cause the network to start
automatically either. (Ideally, the server would automatically power-on and
get users to the internet without anyone logging on).
I can't seem to find any windows utility to do this, though.
"Vista de Sade" wrote:
> No, I haven't found a solution, it's very irritating. It seems no one tested
> wireless ICS on Vista at all. Although it's a good thing I'm using XP as my
> ICS host because using Vista as a wireless ICS host is completely useless. I
> tried seting up a Vista machine as a wireless ICS host and it constantly
> stops the (peer-to-peer) network. This is really idiotic! The point of
> having a wireless ICS host is so that other PCs and laptops can connect to it
> to share the internet connection... but Vista, as a host, kills the network
> everytime after disconnect, crazy! What were they thinking? Obviously, they
> weren't, no one tested wireless ICS hosting... yet it's a feature that Vista
> documents and boasts about!
> Now, with my XP wireless ICS host, my new Vista laptop has to reconnect
> manually everytime. I obviously can't and won't upgrade any of my machines
> to Vista.
> "firstname.lastname@example.org" wrote:
> > I have same annoying problem. Have you found any solution yet?