How can I configure Mac OS X computers to connect to the Mac OS X 10.5.8 server using a Wi-Fi connection?
I have just installed a wi fi router that several of the Mac computers in my office will be using (since there currently aren't enough network jacks available).
The wi fi router plugs directly into the same network switch that all of the other Mac desktop computers are connected to (through the network jacks in their offices). The Mac OS X 10.5.8 server is also plugged directly into this same network switch with a network cable.
The Mac desktop computers that are connected using the Wi-Fi network connection are currently able to browse the internet but are having problems accessing the shared files on the server using Finder and other Mac utilities and access methods.
Whenever these same desktop computers that are currently connected wirelessly are plugged into the network using network cables, they are able to access the Mac server files shares without any problems.
What do I need to do to fix this problem?
Are there special configurations that need to be made to the Mac server or to the Mac desktops?
Do I need to check and make sure that certain port numbers on the wi fi router have been opened?
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