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    aksmohan New Member

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    I've got a desktop and notebook.

    They're both supposidely connected to a network, but i can't ping em, and they both behave like 802.11b when they ar 802.11g (proper drivers installed).

    Help please ...
     
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    Try out computer names and the workgroups they are on.. and ip configurations.. there are many possibilities to this malfunction...
     
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    Urr, IP cofig's ok, both on same workgroup.
     
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    what is the difference between g and b is there any other letter also
     
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    aadasa

    WHAT ?!?!? :S:S:S:S :shock:
     
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    What is G and B dude???
     
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    manas Wandering in the zone ...

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    These are different specifications for IEEE 802.11.There are three specifications IEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11b and IEEE802.11g.

    The 802.11a standard uses the 5 GHz band.The 802.11b and 802.11g standards use the 2.4 GHz band.
     
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