Both my computers, my laptop and desk top, constantly lose connection. The router is connected directly to my verizon DSL and computer. It gets frustrating when I'm playing a game or downloading something.
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Go to www.belkin.com/support download the latest firmware for your router model number type 192.168.2.1 in the url box in your browser open the belkin router page left down colum bottom under utilites you can find firmware upadate->browse and locate your downloaded file and upgrade and under wireless->channel ssid->change channel to 11
does it loose the conection constant over wireless, if so make sure u dont have two software wireless management programmes running try remove one of them and let windwows manage the conections for wireless
You will need to check the settings of the router.
You are able to go online when you connect the computer directly to the modem.
Your internet service provider is DSL.
You can try to reconfigure the router.
Press the reset button on the router for 30 seconds. release it. unplug the power to the router.
plug it back in. wait for 1 minute and try to reconfigure the router.
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Do not enable ICS on any of the computers that are connected to a router regardless if it's wired or wireless, you only need to enable ICS is if you don't have a router/server on your network(the purpose of a router is to share a single internet connection from your ISP). To connect your computer wirelessly to the router(on a Windows XP computer given that you do not have a 3rd party Wi-fi application installed) is to right click on wireless network connection on the System Tray(lower right hand side of the computer's Desktop near where the clock is) or you can do it the hard way by going to Control Panel then Network Connections and choose view available wireless network and under the list of available network that your computer can detect, select the network name(also called SSID) of your wireless router and try to connect(of course if you enabled Wi-fi security you also need to key-in the security key(WEP/WPA) you configured on your router and that's it both wired and wireless computer/devices connected to the router should work at the same time.