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Old 06-04-2004, 02:12 AM   #1
liutom
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Question Please - Need help with my router (combined with powerline)


Hello!

Ive a (big) Problem with my Network (i dont know where the Problem actually is...)

There are:
one DSL-Modem
one Router (Allnet 1294B)
3 PCs (with DHCP)

everything works fine - no problem so long!!!

But i want to connect 1PC 2 floors below my actual room...
so i bought two Powerlineadapter... (ALLNET 1682 link: http://www.allnet.de/cgi-php/produkt...L1682&katnr=21 )
sorry but this is german only - english Information about HOMEPLUG is there: http://www.homeplug.org/faq


i have no Problems at all to connect directly two PCs with these HOMEPLUG devices together... also everything works fine!

but when i want to connect every pc to its own port on the router then i come into trouble...
no connection can be established even all other PCs on the router cant be accessed (they get no IP-Adress...)

Perhaps an important information: When a pc is connected to this device (Ethernetcard of PC1 -> homeplug1 -> powerline <- homeplug2 <- ethernet of PC2) then the networkcard operates only at 10 MBit halfduplex)


Can anybody help me???


Thank you alot for your ideas or suggestions !!!

PS: Im interested if you use HOMEPLUG yourself or not (Thanks)

many greetings,
Liu
 
Old 06-04-2004, 02:44 AM   #2
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does your router support 10/100 connections?

If it is / has been configurd to accept only 100mb connections and your PowerLine Ethernet uses 10mb, things will not work.
 
Old 06-04-2004, 03:13 AM   #3
liutom
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Hello ppuru,

thanx for your replay!

Yes this router can automatically recognize 10/100 MBit cards....
it can also recognize a "normal" patch cabel or a crossover cabel you can connect everything...

??????
:-(
 
  


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