Internet Radio Connection and Router

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by Rosdrago, Sep 29, 2004.

  1. Rosdrago

    Rosdrago Guest

    I Have an Internet Radio Connection (an antenna on the roof pluged in my
    computer ´s wireless card), so, i don´t use a cable modem.

    I use a DLink wireless router (DI-524) to share the connection over de
    wireless lan, plugging the lan card of my computer to the router´s wan
    port. It works fine.

    I thought i could turn the router into a "internet server" to the other
    computers on the lan, just plugging the pigtail cable in the router´s
    antenna connection, and the ISP gateway would be on the lan.

    When i tried to setup the router, I found out only the Wan Port had the
    options to configure the IP assigned by the ISP, gateway, DNS and Mac
    address. In the lan options, just the IP address em the domain.

    In this case (radio internet connection without modem), Is there any
    way to use the router like an internet server?

    Thanks for any Help
     
    Rosdrago, Sep 29, 2004
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