this type of problem can be fixed very in simple steps :-
reset the router and install belkin router setup from belkin site
go to wireless settings and setup user name and password
now follow the instractions and try to connect your devices for more assistance contact belkin Services i hope this will help you
It's much easier to fix belkin router problem with these instructions :-
1. let's say you have a old or new belkin router.
2. Restart your modem or router.
3. plug the router with computer using a eathernet cable.
4. Open the belkin setup page.
For more visit:- Belkin wireless router is not working Get belkin router setup
I hope this work out.
Connect one computer directly to the DSL modem using an Ethernet cable. If your DSL service includes a static IP address, then you will need to change the TCP/IP settings on your computer to connect directly to the DSL modem. that the router or other device on your network . For these you need to follow thse steps. Belkin router blinking orange FIX belkin router amber light Issue
it depends on what you specifically want to
password-protect: a. protecting the network from unauthorized users? b.
protecting the network's admin interface? for a. - log into
your network's admin interface (usually http://192.168.0.1) - go to the category
of wireless security -
select the type of network protection you are looking for (strength - i.e. wep,
wap, wpa2) and set your password following the steps listed within your router's
admin interface... for b. - log into your network's admin
interface (usually http://192.168.0.1) - if you have never done this before,
then your username should be filled in as Admin and leave password blank and hit
enter.... from there, you are able to change or at least add a password to the
interface from unauthorized access (usually under category security)
maybe instead of nat, set you xbox as a DMZ host. This would be done on the router itself. It will allow the Xbox to bypass the firewall and nat on the router/gateway, and at the same time keep your computer safe.
Normally, routers come with a software wizard that will help you set up your wireless and security settings. If this is not the case, you will need to do it manually.
First, you will need the IP of the router. Sometimes it's listed on the bottom of the device, sometimes it's in the manual, sometimes both. If you still cannot find it, try searching for 'defaul ip for XXXXXXX' where x is your router's modle number.
Then, go into IE (or Firefox, Chrome, Safari etc.) and type the IP into the address bar.
It may ask you for a user name and password. Most times the user name is admin and the password is either admin or there is no password.
Since I don't know your exact modle, you will need to do some searching through the web portal (created by your router that you connected to with the IP) for wireless security settings.
Use something like WPA for your encryption method, or WEP if you don't have WPA. Then just give the router a pass key that you will remember.
Save the changes, and you're done.
I had the same problem before I noticed my address bar kept adding a / after I would type the IP address so I had to make sure I hit the delete button after typing it in. Not sure if that's what you're experiencing or not. Might need to do a factory reset by pushing in on the little red button in the back for 10 seconds. I made a video showing all this with my F9K1003V1