Originally Posted by cl-scott
Okay, that's what I thought, and there's nothing wrong. The easiest and simplest solution would be to introduce a wireless router. What you're doing now is creating an ad-hoc connection, and so you can only connect two devices together in such a setup. You could try setting up a DHCP server on the computer, but no offense, I'm thinking that would be well beyond your skill based on what you've said so far. So I would strongly recommend you just get a wireless router. It's not a free solution, but it is relatively inexpensive, and will make things considerably easier.
BTW, any wireless router should work. While you're certainly welcome to buy an Asus wireless router, it's not required.
One of the reasons i bought this motherboard was because it said i could connect my devices to it as it had a pretty much built in router....
It never said i could only connect one of them... That is what sold me on this motherboard. I would have bought a different vendor motherboard if i knew that.
This is from your website..
It’s a Home Theater, Extra Router and Even Acts a Portable PC on Your Tablet
ASUS Wi-Fi GO! makes enjoying home entertainment easier than ever! Exclusive Wi-Fi functions provide DLNA streaming so you can enjoy a home theater PC, while also providing remote access to your PC with a smart device. ASUS Wi-Fi GO! leads the market by integrating Wi-Fi connectivity, DLNA access and all smart devices with a one-stop utility for a futuristic connected lifestyle.
Wi-Fi hotspot setup for convenience:quickly set up and connect anywhere at home thanks to instant soft access point and device detection. Build your network without an extra router!Edited by solar0987 - 11/12/12 at 11:19pm