ogletree - 5:34 pm on Dec 12, 2003 (gmt 0)
DHCP is used with wireless. That is how you get your IP. 802.11 is the wireless. Once you have that then you have a wireless connection. If you are getting a signal you are connected to it. You need to make a wireless connection then an IP connection (dhcp). Once that is set up you need to have DNS so you can get to sites by their name. You keep saying that your client card sees the AP. Once you see green in the signal strength you are done messing with the wireless if you have all security turned off. If you want to sticky me I can IM you thorugh just about any service. I can talk you through this. I have set up a ton of AP's. I have had cisco wireless training and used to have a comapny that did wireless site surveys.