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wireless LAN access 13 years 5 months ago #19107

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i would like to know how to access the resources from wireless laptops which are connected to a Dlink wirless router..some conditions exits...we can not access laptops each other manually so not able to share files....
---can access Dlink router as admistrator from laptop

friends anyone give me a solution for this please


Re: wireless LAN access 13 years 5 months ago #19108

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Are you definitely sure that the laptops have file-sharing enabled and have the necessary ports open on their firewalls? Also some routers place the wireless devices in a separate VLAN. You may want to rule out any doubts by connecting the laptops using wired connections and verifying that they work.

Re: wireless LAN access 13 years 5 months ago #19131

Just my 2 cents! .... also make sure any firewall software like norton internet security, norton firewall, blackice defender etc have been properly configured to allow the internal ip.

I've had issues with that before, and lo and behold it was norton internet security.

Last but not the least make sure your on the same workgroup on all the computers/laptops.

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.....until system restarts... 13 years 3 months ago #19994

donanak has said it all.. disable norton internet security. with my personal experience i got to realize that when u want to connect to a printer wirelessly u have to disable norton internet security till system restarts.. so as to be able to connect...

if u also have mcafee u might have to exit the program for efficient interconnectivity btw the two devices...

hope this lil suggestionz will be of help...

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firewall settings 13 years 3 months ago #19995

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i had the same problem and i noticed that you need to enter all the valid internal IP addresses into the window of the firewall settings.
check this picture

make sure you have some entries over there
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Re: wireless LAN access 13 years 2 months ago #20487

Dude! me working with D-link and Cisco WAP's.. check wheather MAC address filters are applied or not???? second thing there is no option in D-link WAP to stop broadcasting... so do u have ecryption key??? Because while implementing wireless they also apply some encryption.. such as WEP or WPA... any wireless help contact me???? my email id is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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