Question about Linksys -Cisco Wireless-G VPN Broadband Router [ WRV54G ] (107013)
Where is the aoss button on the cisco router
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a comcast for 10 years with a cable modem and tv. The only time I ever had problems and they were major, they needed to run a new line, that's the only thing that stoped the signal from droping.Previous to that, there was an inline amp on the line, and that would have intermittent isues that you describe. Another reason may be the modem, it may be the "old" unit, tell them you need a new modem. They are going to give you a hard time because you aren't using their modem, so every time you call, they are going to ask you to disconnect the router and run through the modem.They can read the modem from their side, and if it is "on", they will stop right there. You are speaking to someone who is out of the country. I made the mistake one day of asking them if there was construction going on in my area, "because they daisy chain" the connection, and if the house next to you has the cable pulled out, it can effect you. The woman told me "she didn't see anything" so I asked her where she was because the homes on both sides werer having work done, She was in India, they outsource to Canada and India so it would be difficult to see if there was construction in Fl.They are only going to react to things that they are authorised to fix. Call them and tell them that your modem goes on and off, forget the router for now, ask for the motorola 8500 series. You may have to ask for a supervisor and don't let them talk you out of it. You also should tell them that your intermittent issue happens wheather the router is on or off, since they don't understand unless they walk you through the basic troubleshooting, which is a waste of time. You are loosing your signal because the modem is droping the connection, you can also look on the Linksys home page, and see if there is a firmware upgrade for your router, but make sure you get the right version number of the bottom.The last thing to check is to see if they have "filters" on your line, they can also cause problems with the modem. If you have a private home or condo, there is a box that stands out someware on the lawn or off to the side. Usually its not locked. Pull off the top and see if you see silver cylindrical looking tubes about 3 inches long inline with your cable line going into the box. If so they may be causing the problem. I had 3 of their trucks on my lawn at one time, and they couldn't figure out what was wrong. ten minutes after they left I had everything running. The problem is subcontractors, are doing the work and you either get a good one or a bad one, you need to keep having them come out until they get it right. So just to go over it again, Modem, Firmware on router, Wiring coming in, Filters on the line. Get to a supervisor right away or you will have to tell the story several times. Also if they do come out, ask him what his meter is telling him your signal strength is. Cable is shared and if others are using their service at high load times, that is another reason that your connection must be perfect, or this is going to be ongoing. good luck
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Are you speaking about the password of the router or the password of the wireless network ?
If you don't know the password of the router , then you will need to reset the router and use the default password of the router.
Once you reset the router, you will need to reconfigure it.
If you are looking for the wireless password, you can find it on the set up page of the router.
You will need to open the set up page of the router.
Click here for step by step instructions
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
Sounds like the router needs to be reset..
Before you do a reset try to login to the router by typing 192.168.1.1 in the webrowser ..
If that fails then look on the back or under the router and there is a reset button. Press and hold for 10 sec ... The let sit for a min or 2 then try logging into it..
Note: That the router will have to be setup again. Default login admin for the password .. don't enter any usernames
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
Yes, you can. Just be sure the cable you connect bewteen the routers are connected on the switch side (LAN side, not internet/WAN). If you fail to do this you may run into conectivity issues between devices on the downstairs network and the ones on the upstairs network (a nework printer perhaps?). Also you should disable the DHCP Server on the second router (upstairs) as well, or else you will run into possible address issues. As well as configure each with different SSIDs and different channels (as far apart as possible, preferably 1 and 11) . Other than that your network will run fine.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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