1394 V LAN

  perplexed user 11:27 21 Sep 06

I have a small wireless home network.
My laptop connects fine and shows the 1394 connection and also my wireless network connection and am able to connect to the internet without a problem.
On my desktop I am unable to connect, this is despite having created a network file to export my notebook settings to my desktop. It still fails to connect due to not being able to create the 1394 connection. As a consequence I am unable to bridge connections and get connected.
I have tried also repair, and also tried exporting my settings from my notebook, create nw connection and all the wizards etc - all to no avail.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.

  DieSse 11:45 21 Sep 06

1394 is actually FireWire, not what is generally known as LAN or Ethernet. In the XP control Panel it's shown as Local Area Connection.

Have you got a Firewall running - if so temporarily disable it.

Are you trying to connect your desktop via Wireless too - or via cable

  perplexed user 12:04 21 Sep 06

Thanks - I'm tring to connect wirelessly also and have turned off the FW. I'm running XP home.
Regarding the 1394 thats the only diference I can see between the two computers. Although on my desktop (which is not connecting)it shows newwork cable unplugged and I seem unable to resolve that.
Basically my notebook shows WLAN Ok LAN Ok and the 1394 Ok. My PC shows LAN crossed through but WLAN okay.

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