Nope, I don't think you forgot anything.
Thanks for your hard work, I'll check my settings
--- Darius Zendeh <newton_at_dariuszendeh.de> wrote:
> Dear Phil,
> >I was wondering if someone with DHCP working could
> >quickly run through their basestation setup. I have
> >one of the new white base stations. I'm still
> >problems with DHCP.
> My AirPort-configuration:
> AirPort Network Name: APSMI01
> Create a closed network: unchecked
> Channel: 11
> Station density: Select Default (Low)
> Multicast rate: Select Default (2)
> Enable interference robustness: unchecked
> Enable encryption (using WEP): checked
> Change password:
> Pasword: **** (any char, mine is 4 chars long)
> WEP key length: 40-bit
> After defining the password, make sure to press the
> top Lock-symbol (Password) and write this value as a
> hexadeimal-code into the corresponding field
> (WEP-key) of your WaveLan-Setup on your Newton (all
> chars in UPPERCASE).
> I use: Connect using: Ethernet
> Configure: Using DHCP
> DNS-Server: (My DNS-server)
> Domain name: (My Domain name)
> Note: This is the configuration I use at work. At
> home I use PPPoE, and DHCP.
> Distribute IP address: unchecked (e.g. use AirPort
> as a bridge)
> Note: At home this is checked, and "Share a single
> IP address (using DHCP and NAT)" is marked.
> (Port Mapping)
> At work: none
> At home: several
> (Access Control)
> Newton configuration:
> (802.11b WaveLan setup)
> Mode: Infrastructure
> Channel: 11 (ignored)
> SSID: APSMI01
> WEP Key: hexadecim
> use WEP: checked
> Key-code: ******** (as generated by your AirPort
> (Internet Setup)
> Configuration: DHCP Server
> Card: Lucent WaveLan/IEEE
> Domain Name: (My ISP's domain name)
> Did I forget anything? :-)
> >I have 3 computers (macs) at home and they all
> >DHCP fine, the newton doesn't though. Do I need a
> >'closed network'? I don't have this checked.
> No, don't need to check that.
> >Any advice? Anyone else having this problem?
> Absolutely no problems.
> >P.S. On another related subject (but off topic).
> >If I set the 3 macs to manual IP address (DHCP
> >they can all be seen on the network but they can't
> >the internet. Any idea's on how to make them
> >to the internet with manually selected IP's. Again,
> >I need to change something on the basestation.
> AIAIK no changes on the Basestation. On the mac's
> you need to type in the appropriate DNS-server(s).
> Regards, Darius.
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