Connecting two centrino via wireless connection

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by Guest, Mar 8, 2006.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I am trying to connect two Fujitsu laptops with Intel centrino process to
    gather via a wireless link.

    I have tried all of the connection wizards and they still cannot see each
    other. I have also tried Barb Bowmans suggestions, though half of what was
    asked could not be found due to a different system configuration.

    In the advanced setting I have selected computer to computer setting
    (ad-hoc) and they still cannot connect to each other.

    Do I need to set them both to “roam†to find each other? Or does one need
    to be the host?

    Any suggestion on how I can link the two laptops together?

    Ash
     
    Guest, Mar 8, 2006
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  2. You need to install some type of wireless router.

    NETGEAR Home Network Configurator
    http://tools.netgear.com/HomeNetworkConfigurator/

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    | I am trying to connect two Fujitsu laptops with Intel centrino process to
    | gather via a wireless link.
    |
    | I have tried all of the connection wizards and they still cannot see each
    | other. I have also tried Barb Bowmans suggestions, though half of what was
    | asked could not be found due to a different system configuration.
    |
    | In the advanced setting I have selected computer to computer setting
    | (ad-hoc) and they still cannot connect to each other.
    |
    | Do I need to set them both to “roam†to find each other? Or does one need
    | to be the host?
    |
    | Any suggestion on how I can link the two laptops together?
    |
    | Ash
     
    Carey Frisch [MVP], Mar 12, 2006
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