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Title: Only one computer connecting
Post by: regis on October 31, 2008, 12:32:48 PM
Rev C.
Out of the box.
Installed firmware update
Only one computer can connect to the router (cable or wifi)
Any idea ??

TIA
Title: Re: Only one computer connecting
Post by: gshaghoian on November 02, 2008, 03:31:48 PM
make sure MAC Filtering is disabled in your router.
Title: Re: Only one computer connecting
Post by: RussellM on November 05, 2008, 02:11:36 PM
Only one computer can connect to the router (cable or wifi)

Hello Regis,

I'm assuming when you said only one can connect to the router; What you mean to say is only one can connect to the internet?

Double check and make sure your modem is connected to the "Internet" port in the back of the router for one. It might be in the in-correct one which will sometimes only allow one computer online. When you are able to connect to the internet; what is your I.P. address? It should be similar to 192.18.0.x. Now, when you are not able to connect to the internet, what is your I.P. address?

Post back with your results and most people here should be able to help.

Best of Luck,

Russ
Title: Re: Only one computer connecting
Post by: Shreyakith on September 29, 2021, 11:50:46 PM
Two computers can be easily connected to share the files between them or to share the internet, printer between them. The process is usually simple and can be done with a few hardware devices and a bit of software knowledge. This article will tell you about various ways to connect two computers.

Sharing Internet In Windows Operating Systems
Follow these steps to connect two computers having a Windows Operating system to share the internet:

Step 1: Connect two Computers using an ethernet cable.

Step 2: Click on Start->Control Panel->Network and Internet->Network and Sharing Center.
Step 3: Click on option Change Adapter Setting in the upper-left side of the window.

Step 4: Select both the Wi-Fi connection and the Ethernet connection and Right-click the Wi-Fi connections.
Step 5: Click on Bridge Connections. After some time your computerís Wi-Fi will be shared with the other computer.
hope this will helps you.