Question about D-Link RangeBooster G WBR-2310 Wireless Router (WBR2310)
My Router has lost internet connection. I have one computer running off this router. I use a speedstream 4100 modem to connect to At&T DSL service. The modem works fine, if I have it directly connected to the "home computer", but when connected to the router, neither computer has an internet connection.
I have reconfigured the router from the "bedroom computer" that uses the router.... and that did nothing.
Any suggestions of what I might try next?
When you connected your PC directly to the modem, were you able to get the internet working automatically or did you have to run a dialup-like connection?
If it worked automatically, try this:
1. Connect a PC to a numbered port of the Dlink router (don't connect the modem to the router nor the PC)
2. Open Internet Explorer and enter http://192.168.0.1 on the address bar. This should then ask you to login. (restart the router and the PC if nothing happened then try again)
3. Enter admin for the username and blank for the password
4. Once you're on the Dlink Setup page, click on Network Settings on the left panel.
5. Change the Router IP address to 192.168.2.1 then hit Save Settings
6. Now, connect a cable from the Speedstream modem to the WAN port of the Dlink router then check if your internet is working from the wired PC.
If its still not working, turn off the modem and the router and then power the modem first (wait for the lights to be stable) then plug the router.
Hope this works for you. Goodluck!
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Go into the router configuration page like this 'http://192.168.0.1' (check the manual here for the default IP to go into your particular model) make sure on the WAN page your ISP settings are correct, they have to match to correctly provide any computer to have an internet access, also make sure that your router is configured for auto DHCP settings meaning it assigns local IP addresses to each machine it is connected with. Also make sure on the wireless side you ahve configured the WPA or WPA2 security with TKIP/AES encryption. You can put a pass phrase into the wireless settings to make it more secured.
Once the WAN portion is done properly your router will start assigning the IP addresses to all local computers and all should have internet access. Hope that helped!
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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