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Whenever have query about the router , kindly mention the details of the issue and network.
Like make of the router, number of computers connected to it or other devices wired or wireless, ISP etc.

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hi I buy the new phone AVAYA 1616I, but it does not work, it always "finding router" can you help me onm this?


Hi tung_nd,

I see that your are having issues with your AVAYA, see details below.

* First find out the IP address of your Router.
*Inout that IP address in your AVAYA, this should make you AVAYA detect the Router or Network.
*once the Network is detected then you can set you AVAY for use.

Your AVAYA will need an IP address to connect to this will enable it for use, this should fix your concern.

Make sure that you have all the details that you need to be able to set up your AVAYA like the port number that it wwill be using in the aNetwork.

There will be 2 ethernet ports on the back of your AVAY one will be connected to the Router which should give the AVAY the power to turn it ON and the network connection to provide data transfer, the other ethernet port will be connected to your computer this is where the data from the router goes to if you have files that are shared in the network, and if you are running application from a Network.

I hope that this will be helpful regarding your query.

Have a nice day,

mvincentc

Apr 28, 2011 | Avaya 1616 IP Phone

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new d-link router ,how wireless configuration lan internet acess complte but wireless not found pls help me kindly


Hi Friend,

Please follow the steps:

1. Click Start\ Run\ type cmd and hit enter.
2. In the black window type ipconfig and hit enter.
3. Note down the default gateway and cloe this window.
4. Open the web browser and type the default gateway and hit enter. Enter the username and password.
5.Click Wireless and then click Manual Wireless Network Setup at the bottom.
6.Make sure you fill/select the fields as mentioned below:
* Check the Enable box and note down the PIn.
* Wi-fi Status must be Enabled/Configured
* Check the Enable Wireless box
* Wireless Network name: As per your choice
* Select the last option from the drop down of 802.11 mode
* Check the Enable Auto Channel scan box.
* Select Visibility Status as Visible.
* Security Mode : WPA Personal
* WPA Mode: WPA Only
* Cipher Type: TKIP and AES
* Group key : 3600 seconds
* Pre-shared key : Any ten digit number (note down this number)

Once you enter informations click Save Settings. Turn off the router for 30 seconds and switch it on. Use the pre-shared key whenever yu try to connect any wireless devices.

I hope this will resolve the issue.

Regards
Chiranjeet

Dec 09, 2010 | D-Link DIR-600 Router

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No wireless light showing on router


The Router you have is a G standard router.
The wireless light does not show if the router is not connected to any wireless devices (computer, access point, IP Phones ect.,) hence kindly let me know if you have issue with the wireless connectivity or if its just the light which is bothering you.
If its wireless connectivity then i would require further details
Kindly furnish the answers for the below mentioned questions
total number of computers (wired) :
total number of computers (wireless) :
any other devices which is dependent on this router :
Are you able to go online with the wired computer/s ?

May 10, 2010 | Belkin F5D7234-4 Router

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problems setting up Belkin wireless G+ mimo modem router/usb network adapter


It sounds like the router address is wrong or you are not connected to the network.. Guessing you are using Windows XP or Vista. Go to the DOS prompt (http://www.computerhope.com/issues/chdos.htm) then type ipconfig. This will bring up details on your network (see example below).

IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.4
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.1


You should see default gateway address which is the address of your router ie 192.168.2.1 in your example. If this is not shown you have not connected to your router properly. If it shows a different address use the address shown to try and access your router. HTH

Nov 14, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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