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Thread: How to use Airport and Ethernet simultaneously in Mac OS X?

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    Default How to use Airport and Ethernet simultaneously in Mac OS X?

    Ok the scenario is like this.

    I'm using the internet via airport, from a wireless router from my landlord.

    I'm plugging my own router via ethernet cable to my powermac G5, and a NAS (network attached storage) is plugged to my router.

    I realized that when I put the priority of Airport first, it cannot detect my NAS. But when I put the priority of Ethernet first, it can detect my NAS but I lost my internet connection.

    Any remedy?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: How to use Airport and Ethernet simultaneously in Mac OS X?

    What brand is the router that your landlord is using?

    If you're using Apple Airport Extreme or Express Base Station, should be able to bridge the whole network...

    Your own router is connected to the modem or just standalone for local access?

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    Default Re: How to use Airport and Ethernet simultaneously in Mac OS X?

    Quote Originally Posted by andretan View Post
    What brand is the router that your landlord is using?

    If you're using Apple Airport Extreme or Express Base Station, should be able to bridge the whole network...

    Your own router is connected to the modem or just standalone for local access?
    My landlord is using a Linksys router.

    I'm using a Netgear router + Netgear NAS.

    My router is standalone for local access.

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