I move and sign up for att yahoo and tech set up system. I no longer had to use my linksys. Here the problem. I move again and now I want to install my old linksys again. Lost direction and unable to asset it. I try hooking everything back up but unable to solve.
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Re: re-installing my linksys
Before you can use your linksys router again, you must configure first your AT&T modem under bridge mode. If the AT&T modem is already set to you may connect the devices (modem router and PC) must be switched OFF first.
after the devices had been connected,...
1) turn ON the AT&T modem first, wait for the DSL light to stay solid
2) turn ON linksys router,wait for the lights to stay solid
3) turn ON computer,wait for your desktop screen
4) try to access Internet Explorer
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Hi, please go to www.messenger.yahoo.com and download the messenger application. Install it on your system. Then you can launch yahoo messenger and can sign in with your username and password. You need not create a new user id and password. You can use the old one.
You can set up your router manually, without the CD. Make sure that your computer is able to go online directly through the modem. If your computer is able to go online through the modem, that means the modem is working fine. You will need to connect the computer to the router and the modem to the router. open the set up page of the router and change the settings of the router according to the ISP.
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Step 1 - Plug the Linksys router into a power source and allow it to power up and go through the initialization process. Step 2 - Insert an Ethernet cable into the Cable modem port. If in a college dorm, many colleges will have an Ethernet cable jack already installed in the room that you insert the cable. Step 3 - Plug the Ethernet cable into the back of the router that is marked "Internet." Next, plug a second Ethernet cable into the appropriate port on a laptop and the other into one of the ports labeled "1-4" on the Linksys router.for more tech help contact Step 4 - Open a web browser on the laptop. Step 5 - Enter 192.168.1.1 in the browser's address bar followed by pressing the "Enter" key. for more tech help contact Linksys Tech support
best way to do this is with Airport station. I'm unsure that your Mac will 'see' that linksys unit, without a shift in the PnP used on mac side, and DHCP on PC side. Of course, maybe someone's figured it out, but I'd be the 2nd most surprised person then. got backup for those computers?
I have att yahoo dsl which I installed about a year ago. The process required bridging the ADSL Modem (in my case a speedstream 4100) and accepting dynamic IP addresses and configuring PPPoE on the WAN side of my Linksys router. The ATT support person walked me through the entire process over the phone even though I was comfortable with making the Linksys configuration changes as I had to do the same in China without technical support. The modem configuration was no more difficult than the router configuration as it was performed from a web browser too. The biggest warning was that to reverse the modem change (if desired) required use of a reset button because the web interface was disabled as a result of the configuration change. My advice to you especially if you are willing to attach the Linksys router to the telco modem is to contact the ATT highspeed DSL support line and see if they will walk you through it like they walked me through it. Reviewing your Linksys User's Guide and understanding the configuration of that device would probably be appreciated by the ATT Support person as well as assuring you can access the Linksys router to configure it during the call.
Hi I have found a link below that will assist ya to set it up all right...
Ya must ensure ya have the drivers on ALL the "Client" computers... IE: install ya "Drivers" on each PC...