Hi, I see you already hit accept, lol. Ok, don't worry. I'm going to keep this open until you're good to go.
Ok. Here's what you're going to do first.
(REMEMBER, you will lose internet during part of this procedure.
1. In your Windows XP, I want you to click START
2. Then click SETTINGS
3. Then click NETWORK CONNECTIONS
4. Identify your network adapter (It will be the one saying connected, and will be blue)
5. RIGHT click it
6 Choose PROPERTIES
7.Choose INTERNET PROTOCOL(TCP\IP)
9. It will probably be set to "Obtain IP address
automatically". Take the button out of that, and select "USE THE FOLLOWING IP ADDRESS"
10. Enter for the IP 192.168.1.199
11. Enter for the SUBNET MASK 255.255.255.0
12. Leave everything else empty
13. Click OK
14. Click OK again
Now you will be on the SAME IP range, as your radio. You will be now able to open the radios management interface.
Go into the radio, using the manual to change the IP on the radio to match your network.
If you don't have your manual you can download it here for the Hawking. As I stated starting out I know nothing about your radio so you'll have to follow the manualwww.hawkingtech.com/downloads.php?file_id=3990
That is the address to download your Hawking quick setup.
It looks like for that you will just open a browser (don't go to hawkingsetup.com because that's a web address, go to the radios IP)
So you'd enter into your browser
That should take you to the radio setup page.
Follow the manuals instructions for changing the IP address. Change the IP to DHCP
(obtain IP automatically) IF it will let you
If not, then just make it 192.168.0.150. Make the MASK 255.255.255.0 and make the default gateway 192.168.0.1.
Then you will have your Hawking on the same network.
Now, REPEAT the procedure I gave you above for setting your IP back to what it was (most likely "OBTAIN IP AUTOMATICALLY") and you will then be back online, AND able to communicate to your HAWKING radio.
Let me know if you have any questions along the way. I'll keep your ticket open until you're done.
Edited by Route Ranger on 8/16/2010 at 7:08 PM EST