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punningclan
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June 15, 2012, 08:32:05 PM
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Both my Wifi and Ethernet adapters are BAMT compatible and my miner works however when I try to share the WiFi connection via Ethernet it immediately disconnects the Ethernet connection. FYI I'm trying to use the "Shared to other computers" option and Firestarter?

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June 23, 2012, 01:05:26 AM
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I have tried using windows internet sharing to my bamt machines but had alot of issues. I would highly recommend buying a dd-wrt capable router (ie linksys wrt54g) and using the 2nd router as a client instead. I see them on craigslist regularly for $20 or so, another advantage is if your one system goes down your whole network doesnt
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June 23, 2012, 05:48:23 AM
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I have tried using windows internet sharing to my bamt machines but had alot of issues. I would highly recommend buying a dd-wrt capable router (ie linksys wrt54g) and using the 2nd router as a client instead. I see them on craigslist regularly for $20 or so, another advantage is if your one system goes down your whole network doesnt
Thanks for the reply. Initially I used a windows machine as a router but that conked out just a day later so I installed Linux on it and it's been running perfectly since then. Your idea is better since my box is likely drawing down way to much current just as a router! I'll definitely look into that.

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July 03, 2012, 01:45:23 AM
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refurb e2500 router cost me like $30 and DD-WRT made it 100% stable. It was a joke with the cisco linksys crapware they call firmware installed.
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