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D-link Internet Sharing Problem

Discussion in 'Networking' started by musicalmech, Sep 5, 2004.

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  1. musicalmech

    musicalmech Thread Starter

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    OK, I've tried to look through the past posts, cause I'd hate to ask something that has already been asked, but I didn't see anything and I'm at my wits end.

    Here's the situation. One computer has ME on it, the other has XP. DSL connection as far as internet goes. We've got a D-Link DSS 5 + router.

    Long story short, the computers are networked properly, as far as I can tell, but I can't get internet on the one with XP. I don't know what in the world I might have screwed up, but now I've got a problem where the one that has ME is saying that the Line to DSL has "Little or no connectivity"

    If someone could help me out, it would be eternally appreciated.

    By the way, be gentle with the instructions. I'm ok when it comes to computers, but there is definately some stuff I don't understand.

    Take it easy, and thanks in advanced.
     
  2. saugato

    saugato

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    Hi,

    I have managed switch say a 16 port cisco. If i configure VLAN can i restrict bandwith according to my wish on each VLAN?

    and how do i do it please specify commands.


    regards,


    saugato.
     
  3. musicalmech

    musicalmech Thread Starter

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    Prior I said that we had a D-Link Router, my girlfriend corrected me, its a hub and not a router. Sorry 'bout that.
     
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