local and internet(3 posts)
1. From the Start Menu, open Windows Control Panel.
2. Inside Control Panel, click the "Network Connections" option if it exists, otherwise first click "Network and Internet Connections" and then click "Network Connections."
3. Finally, right-click "Wireless Network Connection" and choose "Properties."
In the Wireless Network Connection properties window, do you see a "Wireless Networks" tab? If not, your Wi-Fi network adapter lacks so-called Windows Zero Configuration (WZC) support, and the built-in Windows XP automatic wireless configuration feature will remain unavailable to you. Replace your wireless network adapter if necessary to enable this feature.
If you see a "Wireless Networks" tab, click it, and then (in Windows XP SP2) click the "View Wireless Networks" button appearing on that page. A message may appear on the screen as follows:
"Windows cannot configure this wireless connection. If you have enabled another program to configure this wireless connection, use that software… ."
This message appears when your wireless network adapter was installed with a software configuration utility separate from Windows XP. The Windows XP automatic configuration feature cannot be used in this situation unless the adapter's own configuration utility is disabled, which is generally not advisable.
I hope this will help you, cheers
Can you define your lan? How many computers and how connected now? Do you have a wireless card IN the machine you are trying to connect to wirelessly? The router handled the LAN and WAN (internal lan and internet) for you automatically.
What exactly are you having a problem with?