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I have just connected to the internet using the modem provided by my ISP. It is not wireless and so I have just tried to connect my linksys WAG200G and can't seem to get it to work. The internet light is red

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Check if the IP address of your machine is within the network as assigned by the DHCP server of your modem/router. You might need to reconfigure your network settings to "automatically obtain IP address" and "...DNS". You can verify this by opening a command prompt and type "ipconfig /all"

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i had a same issue before i tried hard to get it secure however nothing helped me than i contact with linksys tech support and they secure my network and fixed my problem .you can contact for support at and call on toll free ....hope this will help you LINKSYS Tech Support

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there is nothing issue with the linksys ist chk the ipaddress which u had provided to the modem and router is in same serious for eg: if ur modem is in 192.168.1.1 ten provide ur router ip as 192.168.0.1 and also chk whether the connection type is in PPPoE and also chk whether u r able to browse through modem which is provided by the ISP....

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if your not able to connect then id try rebooting it all start with the modem then the router and your pc see if that helps and if nothing works it very well could be the modem

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Red led


When the internet light is red it means that the connection to the ISP failed.

To check the settings on your gateway, use your internet browser and type 192.168.1.1 in the address bar.

By default, the username and password is admin.

If you have a cable internet connection:
Under the setup page, select Obtain IP address automatically (DHCP) for the internet connection type (encapsulation). Save the settings. Then go the status tab and check if there is an WAN IP address. If none, power cycle the modem.

If you have DSL connection with PPPoE:
Under the setup page> Internet connection type (encapsulation) select RFC 2516 PPPoE.
Multiplexing should be VC.
Under PPPoE settings, you need to enter the username and password that your ISP gave you. Then save the settings. Go to the status tab,
click the connect button. You should be able to get online.

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Darvin, gotta love your ISP. Never fear......

if it isn't too much of a problem (knowing you have wireless setup done already), then do a factory reset on your router ** remember to copy the WEP Key if you have, or recall the PASS PHRASE so you won't have to reset all wireless devices ** Reset is located on back, you need a ball point pen to reach the reset switch.

Reset process: unplug, take ballpoint pen & insert into reset switch & plug unit back in. Sometimes tricky, but you should notice green light goes to yellow/orange upon resetting.

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DCHP - ON, Addresses - 192.168.2.100 and allow 5-50 users
(for security, assign the number of DESKTOP + WIRELESS expected users +1, this way you don't get overrun without knowlege)

Take the cable from Aztech ETHERNET OUT to WAN on Linksys. (usually BLUE) (??) not 100% sure as I have the little silver pocket edition of the same Router. - power cycle (turn both DSL modem & Linksys off for 20 seconds. turn on DSL Modem, wait till it's about as ready as possible, turn on Linksys, should only take 20-30 seconds to power up & recognize.

VERIFY SETTINGS: access router - 192.168.2.1, goto STATUS. you should see IP Addressing, SubNet, DNS1 & DNS2 settings. If you do not, then you have no internet connection.

ALTERNATIVE,

Setup Linksys Router with COnnection Type: PPoE, you will need your ISP assigned ID & Password. Follow all other instructions properly.

If you still have problems, please contact me at 906-495-1707 or via Yahoo IM junodr@yahoo.com or through this website.
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i there ;
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