Connect to your Linksys router by typing in it's IP address into your browser. I believe Linksys uses 192.168.1.1. You should be able to go through the different screens and enable the encryptions along with other settings from there.
I'm new to Linux and would like to install Mandrake 9.1.
Below is my configuration that I would like to install it on:
Asus P4C800-E Deluxe DDR400/875P
(2) Seagate 80GB 7200RPM SATA (Raid 0)
Sony DRU510A DVD+/-RW
Toshiba 16X DVD
ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB
Creative Labs Audigy
Recently I've been giving access (user account) to a NT4 stand alone server at work to access a shared folder. The server is part of a workgroup along with two other stand alone NT4 servers.
I can map a network drive to the folder from my computer at work, but how do I go about connecting to...
I need some help! I'm using Windows XP Pro and when I ping "some" hosts it returns the IP address in reverse order, hence I can't connect.
For example, when I ping news-east.giganews.com it gives me 18.104.22.168 (instead of the actual 22.214.171.124)... however when I ping...
I just know how crappy onboard video is compared to an actual Geforce card. Eventhough it's not really the same analogy, but I think you'll get what I'm asking.
Would it make any difference in performance (hmm... network performance) if I use the onboard LAN or the Netgear PCI card...
I have two cd drives (cdrw as E and cdrom as F). I play all of my games from the cdrom, but one of my game doesn't work if it's loaded there. It says it can't find the cd. I have to load that game from the cdrw. But other games works fine when I put it in the cdrom.
I can't establish a trust because it's a workgroup.
We have two separate networks, one local and another one in a different office building, and a three server workgroup (so I guess that makes 3 networks).
The three server workgroup is in the same building as one...