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  1. [ubuntu] Re: SOLVED Re: Connect to my wireless network, save my marraige!

    Happy wife):P
  2. [ubuntu] Re: Wireless never connects Edimax/10.04 LTS/PC

    just looked at the last contribution. That is clearly a WPA1 connection using TKIP as the protocol. If this is working with you guys then it is indicating that your router/access point is not...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Creating new networks

    Hi Sugoi48,
    I think you are missing some components. Your Macbook Pro is having a WiFi card installed but can not operate it as a WiFi access point for your iPod. You need your modem-router to be...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hidden Networks - How Do They Work?

    Hi wphred,
    the word hidden network is just to show that the name of your WLAN-network = ESSID is not published or broadcast. If you tell your PC manually the name of your WLAN and give it the right...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu firefox issue

    Hi Tom S.,
    I am not sure I got your description right. Why do have an ubuntu-server in line 2 behind a router? Which PC is using this server and where is Firefox running? It may also be helpful to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Help me with my wireless?

    Hi Tacozmeister,
    since you are now talking about partitioning you are just in the wrong forum subgroup. :(Installing 9.10 is pretty straight forward and comes with the option to partition your...
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    [all variants] Re: Netgear WG602 access point problem

    Hi Davemar,
    don't panic! It is a simple network protocol issue to get access to your WG602. Ensure that your PC's network card is set to something static like: with subnet to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Making Ubunutu into a virtual router

    Interesting task! Try the following: Ubuntu Server version probably easier but not mandatory. On a PC with 2 network ports (eth0 and eth1 for example) you assign one with internet access (with PPPoE...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: problems with using DSL gateway as secondary router

    Sounds like a real challenge!
    Your primary router IP = - right? So your subnet behind is If there is a fixed IP range - say from till then we...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Forwarding incoming connection

    To me it looks like you are using the Win7 machine as a bridge for your Ubuntu-server.
    (I have done this before but to make it work properly you need special software for it.)
    Your life would be a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to Configure PPPOE

    Hi, you need to understand that your XP is the hosting device to install an internet connection with your ISP and identify your machine as the one holding your ID via the PPPoE-protocol. If you...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: Unable to run 2 ethernet connections at the same time

    Why would you like to use 2 network interfaces to the same network? The TCP/IP protocol does not allow parallel connections in one network because you may get conflicting messages sent to the same...
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    [SOLVED] Re: new router, no internet

    So, if you are wired and unless you want more problems stick with it! Don't try to connect wireless at the same time. The network rules (IEEE...) don't allow parallel connections. Your PPPOE...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ethernet wired but no connection

    I have been following your conversations on this topic and I was a bit surprised that I never saw any comment about two machines being connected with 2 different routes in parallel. The basic rules...
  15. [all variants] Re: How can I connect to 2 networks and access the internet?

    Well, before we go any further you need to be a bit more precise about your hardware set-up anyway. What hardware is used to log into the WiFi-network? How many ports does your old router have?
  16. [all variants] Re: How can I connect to 2 networks and access the internet?

    Normally don't want to get involved when already 2 others take care of the case, but I have a kind of revolutionary idea:
    If I understand your description correctly you have one working network...
  17. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 9.10 - Routing problems (I think!)

    Hi chunk,
    looks like your system is over-specified. Normally the routers have the role as DHCP-server. If you want it differently you need to a) switch off the DHCP-server in the router and b)...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu 9.10 Web Caching Proxy Server

    Hi, you forgot to tell us for what purpose you would like to set up a web caching proxy. The main reason for me is to set up a local network which is protected against the internet! But in your...
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    [ubuntu] Re: TCP/IP settings for an isolated network?

    just an additional thought since I have set up a classroom with old PC's as well. Just used static addresses - say starting from onwards to what ever is the required and have all...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Problem with PPPoE through router EDIMAX in Ubuntu 9.10

    Hi DemoNMorph,
    first of all the IP-address is given by the DHCP-server within your router and is related to your computer's network card (directly linked to the MAC-address of the network card!). So...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Desktop as ?server? issues

    Hi bakedham,
    I don't think it will work.
    1 - only one router can be used, a connection between desktop and WAN-port is not allowed. (anyway one connection between desktop and router is enough!)
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Fresh Karmic instal cannot connect to office internet

    Hi bish84,
    can you show the results of:
    - sudo gedit /etc/network/interfaces

    if there is no entry for eth0 try this:
    - same start as above and then enter:
    - auto eth0
    - iface eth0 inet dhcp
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    [all variants] Re: problem with the eth0

    Hi together,
    you got already quite a good advice for manipulating the software. My experience is that the software of Ubunut 9.04 is extremely reliable and when it says eth0 not found then you might...
  24. [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu having intermittent wireless network connection

    I can not really advice you on any of the Linux set up issues but just one additional concern: Quite a few of the early WLAN equipped laptops showed over-heating effects with regular connection...
  25. [all variants] Re: Want to use router's DNS server for local hostnames

    I think you are getting confused between local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN). Protocols are quite different. As long as your router is acting as a DHCP server all your PC's incl. the...
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