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hello,

I have consulted other form topics but to no avail. My Question is how to correctly wire up Jasager. I would like to be able to use this out and about but i am having issues setting up ICS. My Laptop is connected to wireless and my Fon is connected to my laptop via Ethernet. I also run in to a few more problems. when i share my wireless connection with my wired there is no default gateway listed on Ethernet status. Therefore i am locked out of 192.168.1.1 when i am connected to wireless but i can access 192.168.1.1 while disconnected. Any help?

Micah C

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if you are using xp there is a wizard that can guild you through the ICS part without a problem but if your still having problems it could be the same im having with a different cpu on the fon which creates problems. If you could provide any more detailed info that might help us find the problem directly.

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If you are talking about the "Setup a home or small office network connection" i have already tried that. I am willing to provide any information whatsoever needed to solve this problem. Ill try to clarify the problem. My laptop is connected to a WRT54G linksys router. My fon is connected to my PC via Ethernet. I cant access my fon while connected to the linksys. What info would you need?

Micah C

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If you are talking about the "Setup a home or small office network connection" i have already tried that. I am willing to provide any information whatsoever needed to solve this problem. Ill try to clarify the problem. My laptop is connected to a WRT54G linksys router. My fon is connected to my PC via Ethernet. I cant access my fon while connected to the linksys. What info would you need?

Micah C

most likely your Linksys is on the same IP scheme as the fon they both are probably a .1 IP range you will need to change the Linksys IP to something other than a .1 Address range.

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most likely your Linksys is on the same IP scheme as the fon they both are probably a .1 IP range you will need to change the Linksys IP to something other than a .1 Address range.

He is right you know i had the same problem. my router IP is 192.168.1.1 and the fon was to. The way i fix this problem was disconnect and turn off ICS and wireless. Then type 192.168.1.1/webif then go into networks from there change the IP. I have it set up as 192.168.0.250

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