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Larkspeed

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I have 4 machines networked through a router localy.

1 of those machines is running WinXP Pro with Winroute 6 and a wireless card plugged into a 14Db External Yagi antenna so that my friend that lifes a half mile away can connect and use my internet connection.

This is all working fine and he can use the net with no issues at all.

However he cannot see any of the shared drives on my local network.

Is there any way to configure winroute so that the shared network drives in my local network can be seen by my friend on the other end of the wireless link.

It would work if I could get all of the machines to connect wirelessly to the kerio box but that simply does not work.

It will only allow one machine to connect to the wireless at a time. maybe it would if I had an access point instead of just 2 wireless PCI cards pointing at each other with yagi's but I am not willing to go out and spend money on equipment that should not be needed.

My internal network is on the 10.0.0.1 - 10.0.0.50 range
My wireless link is on the 192.168.0.1 - 192.168.0.50 range

I want the machine conencted to the 10 range to be able to see the shared drives on the 192 range

[Updated on: Fri, 27 May 2005 13:27]

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