Help.... I have a TL-WR340G Wireless Router running on XP, I have set up the router and is connecting with usb adapter, I have followed the Quick Setup as instructed IP is 192.168.1 254, Subnet Mask is 255.255.255.0 , Gateway is 192.168.1.1 and user name admin Password admin,Yet I am unable to connect to the internet, is there something I have missed out ?? This is my first time trying to use a router so I am a bit of a novis....all help appreciated
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Re: TL-WR340G Wireless Router
You all can try contacting your you ISP while they will provide you with some configuration and than it would work smooth as on direct conneted to modem .... its mainly the problem from Static ip , dynamic ip and pppoe mainly the connection we get is of PPPOE... and you can try puting PPPOE up to then Dynamic Ip
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follow these steps:
1- connect your pc with router
2- open browser.
3- type the ip address of router : 192.168.0.1
4- press on quick setup.
5- choose the first option 3g/4g
6- press next
7-set location , AT&A , username , password
8- press next
make sure your wireless usb was connected with router in the area range of wireless of your isp .
If you don't have any internet access, you can reset the router by unplugging it from power and then plug it back in. Do the same for your ADSL or cable ISP modem which you have connected on your TP-Link router. RESET FIRST YOUR ADSL MODEM and then your router.
Other solution might be to do ipconfig /release and ipconfig /renew on your command line window from your computer.
You can find your wifi router's user manual (PDF) on this link: http://www.tp-link.com/resources/software/200943083466.pdf
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you may have to do a hard reset of the router and start over with the install... there should be a small hole on the back or bottom of the router that will perform a hard reset of the router and it will be like taking it out of the box and then you can setup a password, etc and then set up the rest of your network.
Your XBOX 360 adapter should automatically be assigned an address by the router's DHCP server. I think you may be having a problem with your wireless configuration. Check the wireless settings on your router to confirm that it is indeed setup for WEP. If it is setup for WEP on bothe the router and the XBOX and the key is typed in correctly on the XBOX it should work. If it still doesn't however, disable the wireless security on your router, then restart your XBOX and see if it will connect without WEP. Many devices will have problems over WEP and not connect at all. If it connects fine with no security enabled then we will know that was the problem and I would sugest changing the security to WPA.
Look for the MAC address clone feature on the router. If the router does not ahve the auto clone MAC feature, you'll need to manually input the MAC address of your computer.
To get the MAC address or Physical address of the computer do this
Click start>run>type in "cmd" and press okay (without the " ").
On the Command prompt type in ipconfig/all and then press enter, look for physical address.
Then input that on the MAC clone feature of the computer to your router and then power cycle everything (turn everything off and then turn on modem first-then router-then computer).
Connect the home wireless network router box to the main PC through an ethernet cable with the PC powered off and the home wireless router powered off, then power on the PC & the router. Vista should locate the new wireless network and follow the windows vista network setup procedures. After the wireless network has been detected you then while the second PC's power is shut off you connect dongle adapter to the PC power on and XP will locate the new adapter. You will probably have to enter your networks pin for the connection.
Get back to me when you complete these steps.
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