I was using a D-Link Faster Ethernet switch just fine. Today I tried to upgrade to wireless, and it's giving me trouble. I'll describe everything in as much detail as possible. Let me know if I'm leaving out anything that will help you troubleshoot.I have 3 computers: Yellow, Blue and Laptop. All are Win2000 machines. No server, it's basically just a peer-to-peer network. To set them up with the D-Link, I basically just plugged them all in and they all worked.New equipment:
- Wireless-G Broadband Router (software installed on Yellow)
- Wireless A+G Notebook Adapter (installed on Laptop)
The DSL connection is also installed on Yellow. Internet Connection Sharing is enabled on the DSL connection on Yellow.File and Printer Sharing is enabled on all 3 computers.The Problem
Basically, Yellow is able to access Blue and Laptop. Blue and Laptop are able to access each other just fine, but Blue and Laptop can not access shared directories (or the DSL connection) on Yellow, but Blue and Laptop can access the printer installed on Yellow.At first, I thought I might have accidentially changed the name of my SSID. But, if that was the case, Yellow wouldn't be able to access the other two, right? I do I find the SSID name that Blue and Laptop are connecting to?Any idea WTF else might be going wrong?