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DYNEX 5 PORT ROUTER

WILL NOT CONNECT TO INTERNET FAILED

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You may need to set up network settings

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I have a dynex 8 port gigabit ethernet switch. I see 8 ports but do not see a port to put the incoming ethernet wire. I put it in port 1 and put an outbound in port 2 but cannot connect to the internet.


Hello
Connections should go.Main internet to router,then from router to dynex switch,then to pc or pcs.
There is no main internet ethernet port, as this is just a switch.You need a Router before the dynex switch.

http://dynexproducts.com/cms/documents/DX-GB8PRT_10-1124_QSG_V1_ENG_Final%20Press.pdf

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How to connect a dynex (dx-e402)router to linksys (befsr41) router


Configure the dynex on another computer that is not connected to the linksys router.
Assuming that your linksys is currently setup as 192.168.1.1
Turn off DHCP on the dynex and setup the IP to 192.168.1.2 subnet mask 255.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.1.1
use a cross over cable and plug each ends to the LAN port on port routers.
you should now be able to ping 192.168.1.2 (dynex router) from your other computers on the linksys router network.
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Modem <--> Dynex <--> your computer should work.

Connect:

Modem <--> Dynex <--> Linksys router <--> your computer.

Turn off all the above devices.
Turn the modem on, and wait for its lights to "settle" down to a repeatable pattern.
Turn the Dynex on, and wait for its lights to "settle" down to a repeatable pattern.
Turn the Linksys on, and wait for its lights to "settle" down to a repeatable pattern.
Turn your computer on, and wait for its lights to "settle" down to a repeatable pattern.

On your computer, click Start
Click Run
Type CMD and press ENTER
Type IPCONFIG and press ENTER
The Linksys router should have given you an IP-address for your computer, and the IP-address for the "gateway" (namely the Linksys router).
Start your web-browser.
Type http://192.168.0.1 (or http://192.168.1.1) to connect to the web-interface "inside" the router.
Access the 'WAN' settings-page on the router, to see what IP-address the Dynex router has given to the Linksys router, and what "gateway" IP-address that the Dynex router has offered to the Linksys router.

It might be best to change the range of "dynamic" IP-addresses that one of the routers hands out, e.g., '192.168.123.100' to '192.168.123.200' for the Dynex router, so that both routers don't try to hand-out IP-addresses in the *SAME* range.


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Having problems with connecting xbox 360 to this router. Had no problems with my PC connecting to internet using the quick setup method. But, xbox does not connect, it fails it's network test.


Are you trying to connect X-box to the network ?
I believe you know all the wireless settings of the router.
If not then check the wireless settings of the router. Make Sure that the wireless MAC filter is disabled. You may need to reduce the MTU on the router and open the ports on the router
Click Here for more info on how to connect X-box

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Make sure that the modem is connected to the internet port of the router and the pc should be connected to the numbered ports. Now power cycle the network, turn off the router first then the modem. Wait for 3-5 minutes then turn on the modem and router.

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First, power down all equipment.
Second, plug in power to modem, let all the lights come on and boot up
Third, plug in the router power and let that boot up and the lights come on
Fourth, Plug in each pc to the ports labeled 1-4
The WAN port should be connected to the Modem also.

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Can  Dynex 4 Port Router DX-E402 be used to connect internet on a notebook without using cable to notebook?? i.e. Can it be used like a wireless g router??


Unfortunately, the DX-E402 is not a wireless router, so it can not transmit its signal without a physical cable connecting the router to your computer. If you want a wireless router that can also connect to your ISP, check out the Dynex Enhanced Wireless G Router:

http://www.dynexsupport.com/product/?pid=DX-WEGRTR

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Cannot use more than 1 computer with my 5 port router


Start with buying a router. The Dx-ESW5 is a 5-port switch, not a router. http://dynexproducts.com/t-faqs_dx_esw5.aspx

You could make it work, but you'd have to assign IP addresses to each of the machines connected to the Internet. For security and a number of other reasons, it's quicker and easier to just grab a router on sale at your local office supply place for $30 bucks or so.

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Computer and PS3


you just need to connect your ps3 to one of the ethernet ports of your dynex router and you will be able to share internet connection with your boyfriend

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