Using Wifi-Ap as Access Point? Tags: Configuration WiFi Motherboards Wireless Networking Last response: September 23, 2008 9:03 PM in Wireless Networking Share Wigster September 23, 2008 3:20:18 PM Hey all, What is the best way to get about setting up my motherboards Wifi-ap as a access point, so that I can connect my laptop to the internet. My computer is connected to my Netgear DG834 V3. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks. More about : wifi access point Wigster September 23, 2008 9:03:39 PM My laptop see's the Asus Wifi-Ap connection, it connects to it fine. Says the signal is excellent but has a little orange triangle on the connection, and I can't access the internet? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources using a netgear WNDR3400v3 router as access point Forum Hi, I'm using my laptop as an access point. presently, 3 devices connect to that access point. Is there a command line that Forum Using an "N" access point with an "AC" Router? Forum What are the benefits of using a high end router as the router/access point instead of just an access point? Forum Can we connect to access point using both wired and wireless medium Forum Trouble Setting up a Wireless Access Point using a second Router Forum SolvedHow can I use my old router as an access point for my new router? Forum Can I use an Access Point to receive Wifi signal, and distribute it wirelessly and wirely at the same time? Forum Using a Linksys router as an access point Forum Question on a hardware firewall and using a wireless access point Forum Using linksys router as an access point Forum Using a 2nd router as an access point Forum Using a 2nd router as an access point Forum Using a linksys router as an access point Forum Using a gateway as a access point/router Forum Using access point as bridge Forum Using LAN port as access point Forum Tenda Model N60 used as access point with no WAN connection Forum Using WRT54GL as a wireless extender/access point? Forum Need help using old PC to manage wireless access point. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !