Wireless Belkin network problem

Discussion in 'Wireless Networking' started by pt, Mar 29, 2005.

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    I have a win98 se pc connected to a belkin wireless broadband router but
    cannot get the basic network connectivity between the two. I cannot ping the
    router on from the win98 pc (and i have enabled icmp on the
    router). The router is acting as dhcp and when i access the router from
    another (xp pc) which is hard wired to it, it shows that an ip address has
    been issued to the win 98 machine ( but the win98 machine
    doesn't seem to pick it up.Running ipconfig /all on the win98 shows some odd
    things i can't reconcile ie it has what lookslike an internet ip address on
    a subnet of

    I am coming to the conclusion this is nothing to do with wireless and it is
    a win98 problem operating on dhcp.

    Can anybody help with this?


    pt, Mar 29, 2005
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