The Device Status for the Wireless shows MAC Address
00-00-00-00-00-00. In addition the WLAN light not flashing. I have rebooted, updated firmware and all the normal troubleshooting. I'm thinking there is a problem with the router. My DI 624 worked fine. I'm upgrading!
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<p>The below article would illustrate the steps to install the NETGEAR wireless adapter WG111v3 on MAC OS 10.3, 10.4 and 10.5.<br />
<p>Please ensure that you have installed the latest version of driver for the adapter from the below link on your MAC OS computer:<br />
<p><a href="http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2640">http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2640</a><br />
<p>After the installation of the driver please perform the below task:<br />
<p>1. Plug in the adapter.<br />
<p>2. Double click on the NETGEAR WLAN Client Utility in the desktop.<br />
<p>3. On the NETGEAR WLAN Client utility select the Available Network tab which will detect the wireless network, select your network and click Connect.<br />
<p>4. If you are connecting to a secured wireless network then you will be prompted for a Wireless Network Security Properties menu.<br />
<p>5. Type the network key WEP/WPA security and click OK.<br />
<p>6. Click on Link Status which shows the connection as connected.<br />
<p>7. Check for the IP address by clicking on the Apple icon and select System Preference.<br />
<p>8. Click on Networks and check the IP address.<br />
<p>You should have succesfully established the wireless network on your MAC.
Connect a computer to one of the Belkin's "LAN" ports with an Ethernet cable.Open a Web browser and enter "192.168.2.1" into the address bar. Press "Enter."Click "Login," then click "Submit."Make a note of the WLAN MAC address on the Status page.Click "Wireless Bridging" under the "Wireless" category.Click to check the two boxes "Enable wireless bridging" and "Enable only specific access points to connect."Type the MAC address of the
Belkin router and the MAC addresses of the other wireless routers or
access points that are participating in the bridged WDS network. If
using Belkin devices, repeat the previous steps to obtain the WLAN MAC
addresses, otherwise refer to the owner's manual of the wireless device
to find the WLAN MAC Address.Click "Apply Changes" to save the settings.
First of all, two wireless devices cannot have the same WLAN MAC address. Its like a fingerprint. In this rare case, as you do have it that manner. You can TRY to connect both routers using wireless bridging and check the MAC address (if different) of the router on the DHCP client list. If its the same, this feature will not work. With this. if we confirm its an issue with WLAN MAC address, as it can also be a printing mistake. You can go ahead and request for a replacement from US Robotics and bring this to their notice. Moreover, its not possible to spoof or clone the MAC address present of the network adapter of a router. Thanks and regards, Arvind
what i can suggest u is that just reset the router and then install the wireless driver into ur computer and then try and connect to wireless network and hope u will be connected......good luck....
The 1390 WLAN Minicard may not be configured to communicate with your wireless router.
Check the wireless router settings, (check the wireless settings on your other computer) and configure the 1390 WLAN with the same settings eg. SSID, WEP/WAP encryption, etc.
Is MAC address filtering enabled on your wireless router, if so add the MAC address of the 1390 WLAN to the MAC address list in the wireless router.
Check the TCP/IP properties of the 1390 WLAN card the Internet protocol should not have a fixed IP address, set it to Obtain an IP address automatically including the DNS.
Use the Ipconfig command to see the IP configuration of the network cards.
Use the Ping command to see if you can communicate with wireless router.
dpr-1260 searching for ap and connected keeps changing back and forth when I refresh.On dpr-1260 if status of wireless keeps changing from searching and connected, change wireless to WPA, instead of WPA2. even if you have WPA2 setup (as I did), if you choose WPA it will stay connected.