Bev A. Kupf <bevakupfebv.mimnet.northwestern.edu> wrote:
Sounds like a reasonable explanation, thanks.> On Mon, 14 Jul 2003 19:37:01 +0200,
> madiba (downthekraal.com) wrote:>> > Jason Perez <jasonpnorton.sps.mot.com> wrote:> >> >> >As long as AppleTalk is not an issue.
> >> Some of these routers pass Appletalk as well, though it's not
> >> doented. Sometimes it's mentioned in router reviews in mags.
> >> The Netgear MR-314 (802.11b) router I have does pass Appletalk.
> >> -Jason
> > I'm also a (fairly satisfied) MR314 user, perhaps you could help Jason:
> > In the internet connection window the Status is always 'not available'.
> > Any idea how to fix this? I assume it has to do with the initialization
> > of the router via IE.
> I could be mistaken about this, but I think Internet Connect can only get
> the status of AirPort base stations, not third-party routers. My snow
> Airport listens on TCP port 5009, and I suspect that Apple's Airport Admin
> Utility as well as Internet Connect talk to the Airport using TCP port
> 5009.Maybe, but now I'll stop worring about the missing status anyway. :-/> But, I could be wrong.