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Old 10-19-2014, 02:11 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by zero-g View Post
5 5e or 6 is all I have.
definitely not a cabling issue as it always worked previous.


Getting closer tho

cable > modem> router >switch seems to be what I needed to do.
I'm thinking this was a gateway issue?

switched the printer to dhcp and the coinciding ports on the terminals to "HP network re- discovery port monitor" (having some trouble setting a static ip , I normally set it static because we have a lot of power failures here and I get tired of having to rediscover printers all the time)

both terminals connect to the internet and the printer now .

only thing not working now is the wireless G
it's connected to the switch but with no internet connectivity.
Can you connect to the G but no internet? Can login to the G admin page?

Can you set the G to Access point mode? If not then try to make sure it is part of the same subnet (unique IP) as the rest and set the gateway by hand. Plug a hardware into the G and see what IPs
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