192.168.1.245 is the default IP address. You may have changed it. Try: http://192.168.1.245/with the "slash" at the end. Some browsers seem to insist on it being there.
You might also be able to force a connection by assigning a static IP address. arp -s 192.168.1.245 00-00-00-00-00-00 where the mess at the end is the WAP54G MAC address.
Does the server deliver the IP address for the WAP54G? Probably not, but if it does, check the DHCP cache or log to see what IP address was assigned to the WAP54G MAC address. The MAC address is printed on the bottom of the access point.
Use nmap to scan for the IP address.C:\NMap>nmap -T5 -sP 192.168.1.0/24 Starting nmap 3.55 ( ) at 2005-03-17 12:20 Pacific Standard Time Host 192.168.1.1 appears to be up. Host 192.168.1.50 appears to be up. Host MICRON (192.168.1.100) appears to be up. Host DELLBERT (192.168.1.101) appears to be up. Host NET44GATE (192.168.1.102) appears to be up. Host 192.168.1.255 seems to be a subnet broadcast address (returned 1 extra pings). Nmap run completed -- 256 IP addresses (5 hosts up) scanned in 19.71 seconds
If you get too many devices, run: arp -a immediately after scanning and see which IP address was assigned to the WAP54G MAC address.