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Network with starband modem

Posted on 2004-08-04
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Here is how I have it setup:

Starband 360 modem to
Main computer
out to Linksys wired modem
To gateway (brand) wireless modem
Wireless to a destop laptop and handheld

If I disable starband my network works.
If I disable the network my internet works.

Thanks
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Starband modem cannot connect to the router.
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by:Eric
ID: 11720066
one should take presidence.
Would you be satisfied using hardware profiles to deterine your network options? (choose which at bootup)

also your setup is confusing.  I have a hard time figuring out exactly what is going on.  What is starband 360  
gateway wireless modem or wireless network adapter?
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by:123nitab
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Sorry
Starband 360 is a satilite modem

Gatway is a wirless router

Thanks

123nitag
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by:Eric
ID: 11720227
So you have a PC

It has a starband connection for internet (usb?)

then you have  a network card with a eithernet cable (big phone plug 8 pin RJ45) plugged into a wireless gateway brand AP/router (what is the gateway model#?)
you have a laptop connecting wirelessly to the gateway Access point (AP)


if this is correct, it sounds like you need to do one of the following.
- setup your PC with ICS.   is it windows XP or 2000?

-if your starbadn is eithernet enabled maybe you can put your gateway router inbetween it and your network???? is it actually a router?


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by:123nitab
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xp on all

2 eathernet cards

Starband has to go the computer and not the router

Thanks

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