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08-26-2009 08:11 PM
How do I share my bandwith so I can use my PS3 online and use my personal laptop computer through the same router, but not causing lag in either the computer or PS3 gaming. I know there is a way to do this and have them both work fine without paying for extra bandwith but I am unsure how to do this? Help Anyone?! Thanks
08-29-2009 09:42 AM
Some Useful hints!
I had a lot of problems adding this modem to an existing LAN, but finally got it to work. I had to reset it several times.
I have wireless on, and a Roku, Denon A/V receiver, and Actiontec DSL modem (the gateway and 2nd wireless access point) connected via cable. There is one more router in the house, which has Ethernet.
Here are some hints that might help:
1) Follow the instructions about what to connect to the modem exactly. It appears that the modem can only be reconfigured if it is not connected to anything. When I had the Roku and Denon connected the configuration seemed to always fail.
2) My gateway IP is 192.168.0.1, so I configured the linksys router IP to 192.168.0.2. I also updated my actiontec DHCP with a starting IP address of 192.168.0.4. The Denon amp uses the other static IP of 192.168.0.3.
3) At the end of the configuration, I could not access the router from my browser when my laptop was attached via a cable. But, I could using wireless. I have no idea why. I am connecting though linksys wireless.
09-26-2009 05:53 AM