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Old 02-08-2005, 04:58 AM   #1
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Can`t configure G530 card in Ad-hoc mode

Hi i actually have two PCs with G520 (Dlink) wireless cards on them.I have Fedora Core 3 on one

of them and XP on the other. The one with the XP seems to run this wireless card fine. On Fedora

i am using Ndiswrapper and want to connect to the other PC in the Ad-hoc Mode.

I have tried a lot and it seems that there is something wrong with the DHCP

settings.Would i have to make one Pc dhcp client and one dhcp server to work in the Ad-hoc mode?

How should i configure it so that i can network the both PCs in Ad-hoc mode?Plz help me out.
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You can use static adresses as well unless you don't like that


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