Question about SMC Barricade g SMC2804WBRP-G Wireless Router

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Help i have 2 problems : 1) in wireless it doesn`t auto alocate ip in lan works without any problem 2)on wireless conection it disconects every 3-4 min and i have to either reset the router or close and open again my wireless conection from my laptop i tried with diferent laptops and had the same result

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  • Anonymous Dec 17, 2008

    I have the same problem: the router intermittently disconnects and disappears from the wireless networks list, and the only way to get it back is to restart the router. Seems to only happen when using P2P software. Upgraded firmware to the latest release and still no luck.

  • Anonymous Feb 05, 2009

    The laptop keeps on trying to get an IP number without success. Sometimes though it works.


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Wat is the make and model of the router?
try to upgrade the firmware on router to resolve wireless problems

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to reach an open port you need to know a couple things
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2) the port you will use :xxxxxx
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to make it so people can reach you is the fun and dangerous part!
things you will need:
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3) what port your supposed to open (i'm sure the documentation or program says somewhere)

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Hello. I have wireless Router 802.11g / 2.4GHz. I have 3 PC i my house , but can only be on the internett with one of my computers. How can I set up my Router, so I can be on the Internett with all 3...

Sorry my anwser can be in spanish or english only.-
1.- All the conectivity devices, have a fisical address, and this is called "Mac Address", and is unique in the World.
2.- So,your wireless router have ones, and each computers too.
3.- The ISP (Internet Source Provider), only permit the Mac Address of the First computer only, and It know only this, so the Router Mac Address is unknow for they, and the rest of computers too.
4.- But, you can configure the firmware of the Router, so it show to the ISP the First Computer Mac Address allways, and this you can do in Items "Lan Configure" writing "Clone Mac Addres".-
5.- So, the ISP don`t see the Router MAc Address, always will see the Firts computer Mac Address, and the Router share the Internet Conectivity with other computers without problem.-
6.-For to configure the Router, in the browser you must write the followen Ip : or samthing lake that, for this you must have conected your computer to the Router with an Ethernet cable with RJ-45 connectors.-
That is all.-

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1. Purchase a router with more then 4 LAN ports on it.
2. If the printer or any of the computers have a wireless network card, then purchase a wireless router and simply connect 4 LAN cables and 1 WLAN.
3. Purchase a hub. Connect 3 computers to the first 3 LAN ports on the router; connect the hub to the fourth LAN port and then connect the last computer and the printer to the hub. In essence both your computer and the printer will share the same IP address (the IP given to the hub) and they should work.

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2. Use a USB to Ethernet adapter/converter; and/or
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