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I'm networking my house through wireless modems in my house, which are all connected to a computer. Everything is set up already, but I need the IP address, Subnet Mask, and the Gateway address of one of the computers, 'cause I want some of my computers to connect to it instead of the other modem. How do I find these addresses?
 

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Wow, do you have me confused.

Most folks network their house using a router (or a wireless router) as the common point. If the router does not cover the entire house, they normally connect wireless access points to the router to extend the connectivity. All computers then connect to the wireless router, the wireless access point, or a switch connected to either one. Set DHCP on the router, and you are all set.

To get Internet access to all of the computers in the house, all you'd have to do is connect the wireless router to cable or DSL modem.

What the heck are you trying to do?

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Oh, OK, nevermind, I didn't know about the wireless access points. I thought you'd have to use another router completely. Thanx a bunch!!!
 
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