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    Well, starting on the new setup:

    Reusing Car PC.

    Stats:

    Computer:
    HDMI video
    Asus Xonar 7.1 Audio
    4GB RAM
    60GB SSD
    Mo-Co-So Dongle
    USB BU-353 GPS
    Windows 7 Ultimate
    Wi-Fi

    Power:
    M4-ATX
    6x 5v 2amp car chargers for tablets
    1x 5v 1amp car charger for HDMI to VGA converter

    Network:
    Gigabit Ethernet on Car PC
    BUFFALO AirStation HighPower N300 Gigabit Wireless Router

    Tablets:
    5x 7inch Dual Core 1.5ghz with 1GB Ram / with Mali 400 GPU
    1x 10inch Dual Core 1.5ghz with 1GB Ram / with Mali 400 GPU

    Software:
    Centrafuse (version not yet established)
    GPS Gate
    Screen Sharing / Remote Software (not yet established)
    Torque
    Tons of others from Google Play

    Other Hardware:
    HDMI to VGA adapter
    HDMI switch
    Audio switch for rear and front tablet switching.
    2x 7port USB Hub


    Any and all other PC related hardware will be removed. Audio setup will stay the same!
    Last edited by HiJackZX1; 03-12-2013 at 09:34 PM.
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    So you think this will be the last restart? lol

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    It is never over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hdale85 View Post
    So you think this will be the last restart? lol
    This is the last one. Its been simplified as much as it can. Im still a little iffy on how to set up all the networking though.

    Quote Originally Posted by latinmaxima View Post
    It is never over.

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    Oh trust me, I really want this to come to an end, so this will be the last time.

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    I have some questions for you guys. I am a little lost on how to do this. OK, I have my Galaxy Nexus, the Car PC with a Ethernet port and wifi, and a router with wifi. I am wondering how I should go about sharing the internet. My Galaxy Nexus has tethering/hotspot feature enabled. Works on wifi/usb/bluetooth. Now the way it works is that the PC is to be connected to the router and the tablets will all connect to the wifi of the router. This is being done so that when all tablets are remoting the main car pc, they are all moving at the fastest speed with the PC pushing it out at 1GB. Now my thought was to connect the USB tether then share the connection. Thing is it changes the ip address and the router will only accept it on the WAN port. But when I do that, I cant seem to access shared stuff on the pc anymore. Another idea was to install a USB Ethernet card, share it with the Galaxy Nexus, then connect that to the WAN on the router. Then that allows me to connect the Gigabit Ethernet port to the LAN side of the router and access all the heavy stuff.

    Does that sound ok? Input needed!
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    OK, I found an answer to my question. Basically I go into the router, turn off WAN, plug Ethernet cord into LAN port. Then I adjust the router LAN address to end in .2. Then under the gateway, change that to .1. Then under DHCP settings change the starting address to .3. Then go into the network card for the cell phone and select Internet Sharing. It will then adjust the Ethernet port to some crazy IP like 192.168.137.1. So all I do is modify the 137 to match the router. Hit OK. Then boom! Everything is all in the same IP range, so everything is considered local.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    OK, I found an answer to my question. Basically I go into the router, turn off WAN, plug Ethernet cord into LAN port. Then I adjust the router LAN address to end in .2. Then under the gateway, change that to .1. Then under DHCP settings change the starting address to .3. Then go into the network card for the cell phone and select Internet Sharing. It will then adjust the Ethernet port to some crazy IP like 192.168.137.1. So all I do is modify the 137 to match the router. Hit OK. Then boom! Everything is all in the same IP range, so everything is considered local.
    Forget everything I just wrote up there. Basically ICS for some odd reason cases any connection to move much slower if it on the LAN side, rather than through the WAN like it should be. Basically I needed to keep the LAN and WAN separate but the car PC still had to use both easily. I decided to have the LAN and Wireless on their own IP range. That way when I get a remote software in place, its all internal keeping all my speeds up. Then I am going to connect my phone via USB tether (hotspot is terrible) and then use the network bridge feature in Win 7 with a USB 10/100 adapter I just purchased. This will then be connected the WAN side. This will thus create 2 networks with one supplying internet for the other without issues. Problem solved!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    Forget everything I just wrote up there. Basically ICS for some odd reason cases any connection to move much slower if it on the LAN side, rather than through the WAN like it should be. Basically I needed to keep the LAN and WAN separate but the car PC still had to use both easily. I decided to have the LAN and Wireless on their own IP range. That way when I get a remote software in place, its all internal keeping all my speeds up. Then I am going to connect my phone via USB tether (hotspot is terrible) and then use the network bridge feature in Win 7 with a USB 10/100 adapter I just purchased. This will then be connected the WAN side. This will thus create 2 networks with one supplying internet for the other without issues. Problem solved!
    ICS is horrible. Glad you found another option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by latinmaxima View Post
    ICS is horrible. Glad you found another option.

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    Yea, but took me the whole night of killing myself and wanting to throw the router against the wall to finally get it.
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    You need a router that was built to use a USB based 3G/4G dongle and then hook to your phone as a USB tether.

    This way the router is connected directly to your phone and you don't need the PC in any special configuration.

    You can do this with a router with DD-WRT installed relatively easy. DD-WRT is a third party Linux based router package. You can buy routers with DD-WRT pre-installed as well. Once setup you can just hook your phone directly to the router and use it with the tablets with the vehicle off without burning up much battery.

    But there are routers that also come available that support this feature without running DD-WRT on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redheadedrod View Post
    You need a router that was built to use a USB based 3G/4G dongle and then hook to your phone as a USB tether.

    This way the router is connected directly to your phone and you don't need the PC in any special configuration.

    You can do this with a router with DD-WRT installed relatively easy. DD-WRT is a third party Linux based router package. You can buy routers with DD-WRT pre-installed as well. Once setup you can just hook your phone directly to the router and use it with the tablets with the vehicle off without burning up much battery.

    But there are routers that also come available that support this feature without running DD-WRT on them.
    Yea, I thought I did, but turns out that it was only the European version of mine that had the feature.

    Either way the PC is needed, because it automates so many other things, so I really dont mind. Just hate it took so long for me to get it working.

    I know what DD-RT is, I use it on all my routers at work and this router has it also, but its so heavily modified by Buffalo that its maddening.

    HEHE, power isnt a concern, the battery in the back can power my setup for 5 hours. With the tablet install, should be even more.
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