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Psy
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      01-29-2006
I have 4 computers on 2 diffrent networks that are conected to each
other set up like this. Modem -->router 192.168.23.1 that has router
192.168.1.1 and 192.168.15.1 conected to it with 2 computers on 1.1 and
another 2 computers on 15.1 how do i file share between the 2 networks
with all computers runing xp pro?

 
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      01-29-2006

On 29 Jan 2006 13:25:48 -0800, Psy wrote:

>I have 4 computers on 2 diffrent networks that are conected to each
>other set up like this. Modem -->router 192.168.23.1 that has router
>192.168.1.1 and 192.168.15.1 conected to it with 2 computers on 1.1 and
>another 2 computers on 15.1 how do i file share between the 2 networks
>with all computers runing xp pro?


Isn't that 3 networks - 23.1 / 1.1 / 15.1?

Don't do it that way, it may be interesting to try, but has issues. I
played around with this at home and although it was only Netgear /
Belkin kit they just won't work this way.

You could maybe try dual NICs? I have never tried this.

Have a PC as a file share on the 23.1 setup, it's assumed the modem
provides internet access, and hence both 1.1 and 15.1 can see the 23.1
router. This is at least a common point in your setup.

Simplify things, if you want different networks , cut it down to 2. The
23.1 and only 1 other router 1.1 or 15.1.

However you make no mention of the brand / detailed models of the router
in your setup or what you tried.

You could get a Cisco 3000, 4500 , 2651 routers and a switch (or a
router/switch with VLANs) this works just fine at work.

The Cisco 3000 is very simple, configure the PCs on each subnet, add a
single line in the 3000 config for each subnet ,plug everything into a
switch.

Me
 
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      01-29-2006
have to run on 3 networks i have vonage and the computers are in 2
diffrent buildings so i gess its technly an wan. the 2 routers 1.1 and
15.1 are conected into 23.1 with static ip addresses. had to do it this
way because the router that is conected to the computer keeped
crashing. so i have a linksys vonage router "192.168.23.1 RT31P2"
conected to my cable modem and a wireless router "192.168.1.1 WRT54G v2
" conected to 23.1 conected to the the vonage router 23.1 then another
linksys vonage router connected to it "192.168.15.1 RT31P2" conected to
23.1
i have 2 computers conected to 1.1 one with cat 5 the other with
802.11g and another conected to 15.1 did have a laptop conected but
harddrive is not being reconized at this time ???????? (hits head on
wall and cries)

 
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Psy
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      01-29-2006
All computers can access the internet

 
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have to run on 3 networks i have vonage and the computers are in 2
diffrent buildings so i gess its technly an wan. the 2 routers 1.1 and
15.1 are conected into 23.1 with static ip addresses. had to do it this
way because the router that is conected to the computer keeped
crashing. so i have a linksys vonage router "192.168.23.1 RT31P2"
conected to my cable modem and a wireless router "192.168.1.1 WRT54G v2
" conected to 23.1 conected to the the vonage router 23.1 then another
linksys vonage router connected to it "192.168.15.1 RT31P2" conected to
23.1
i have 2 computers conected to 1.1 one with cat 5 the other with
802.11g and another conected to 15.1 did have a laptop conected but
harddrive is not being reconized at this time in bios

All computers can get online and the ones on the same network can share
files ex 2 computes on 1.1 can see each other

i want to share files between 1.1 and 15.1 network computers

 
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Liza Smorgaborgsson
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      01-30-2006
why? wrote:


>On 29 Jan 2006 13:25:48 -0800, Psy wrote:
>
>
>Isn't that 3 networks - 23.1 / 1.1 / 15.1?
>
>Don't do it that way, it may be interesting to try, but has issues. I
>played around with this at home and although it was only Netgear /
>Belkin kit they just won't work this way.
>
>You could maybe try dual NICs? I have never tried this.
>
>Have a PC as a file share on the 23.1 setup, it's assumed the modem
>provides internet access, and hence both 1.1 and 15.1 can see the 23.1
>router. This is at least a common point in your setup.
>
>Simplify things, if you want different networks , cut it down to 2. The
>23.1 and only 1 other router 1.1 or 15.1.
>
>However you make no mention of the brand / detailed models of the router
>in your setup or what you tried.
>
>You could get a Cisco 3000, 4500 , 2651 routers and a switch (or a
>router/switch with VLANs) this works just fine at work.
>
>The Cisco 3000 is very simple, configure the PCs on each subnet, add a
>single line in the 3000 config for each subnet ,plug everything into a
>switch.
>
>Me
>
>


What does this speculation lead to?
 
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Liza Smorgaborgsson
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      01-30-2006
Psy wrote:

have to run on 3 networks i have vonage and the computers are in 2
>diffrent buildings so i gess its technly an wan. the 2 routers 1.1 and
>15.1 are conected into 23.1 with static ip addresses. had to do it this
>way because the router that is conected to the computer keeped
>crashing. so i have a linksys vonage router "192.168.23.1 RT31P2"
>conected to my cable modem and a wireless router "192.168.1.1 WRT54G v2
>" conected to 23.1 conected to the the vonage router 23.1 then another
>linksys vonage router connected to it "192.168.15.1 RT31P2" conected to
>23.1
>i have 2 computers conected to 1.1 one with cat 5 the other with
>802.11g and another conected to 15.1 did have a laptop conected but
>harddrive is not being reconized at this time in bios
>
>All computers can get online and the ones on the same network can share
>files ex 2 computes on 1.1 can see each other
>
>i want to share files between 1.1 and 15.1 network computers
>
>
>


What about machines worries you?
 
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Liza Smorgaborgsson
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      01-30-2006
Psy wrote:

I have 4 computers on 2 diffrent networks that are conected to each
>192.168.1.1 and 192.168.15.1 conected to it with 2 computers on 1.1 and
>another 2 computers on 15.1 how do i file share between the 2 networks
>with all computers runing xp pro?
>
>
>


Do computers worry you?
 
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Liza Smorgaborgsson
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      01-30-2006
why? wrote:


>On 29 Jan 2006 13:25:48 -0800, Psy wrote:
>
>
>Isn't that 3 networks - 23.1 / 1.1 / 15.1?
>
>Don't do it that way, it may be interesting to try, but has issues. I
>played around with this at home and although it was only Netgear /
>Belkin kit they just won't work this way.
>
>You could maybe try dual NICs? I have never tried this.
>
>Have a PC as a file share on the 23.1 setup, it's assumed the modem
>provides internet access, and hence both 1.1 and 15.1 can see the 23.1
>router. This is at least a common point in your setup.
>
>Simplify things, if you want different networks , cut it down to 2. The
>23.1 and only 1 other router 1.1 or 15.1.
>
>However you make no mention of the brand / detailed models of the router
>in your setup or what you tried.
>
>You could get a Cisco 3000, 4500 , 2651 routers and a switch (or a
>router/switch with VLANs) this works just fine at work.
>
>The Cisco 3000 is very simple, configure the PCs on each subnet, add a
>single line in the 3000 config for each subnet ,plug everything into a
>switch.
>
>Me
>
>


What would you do if me want different networks?
 
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Liza Smorgaborgsson
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      01-30-2006
Psy wrote:

have to run on 3 networks i have vonage and the computers are in 2
>diffrent buildings so i gess its technly an wan. the 2 routers 1.1 and
>15.1 are conected into 23.1 with static ip addresses. had to do it this
>way because the router that is conected to the computer keeped
>crashing. so i have a linksys vonage router "192.168.23.1 RT31P2"
>conected to my cable modem and a wireless router "192.168.1.1 WRT54G v2
>" conected to 23.1 conected to the the vonage router 23.1 then another
>linksys vonage router connected to it "192.168.15.1 RT31P2" conected to
>23.1
>i have 2 computers conected to 1.1 one with cat 5 the other with
>802.11g and another conected to 15.1 did have a laptop conected but
>harddrive is not being reconized at this time ???????? (hits head on
>wall and cries)
>
>
>


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