Question about Belkin (F5D8231-4) Wireless Router (F5D82314)
Open your router setting and in advance setting curlick on LAN setting and then enable DHCP.
Posted on Jun 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: IP address
I would guess that your ISP is providing a dynamic IP address for connectivity to the internet. If your router is changing the IP address back to default, I would think that your configuration is not setup properly, to receive a dynamic address, but is set with a static address instead. So what happens is that when you attempt to connect to your ISP your router is resetting. If this is the case then you need to go into the router configuration and set it to recieve a dynamic address from your ISP.
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
I have to agree with the previous post about MAC address filtering. I had this same issue as you with a Belkin and discovered that it was the channel frequency that was the issue whilst security was on. Channels 6 and 9 seemed to do the trick.
Some Mac computers only work well on on channels 6 and 9. Try changing your wireless router to channel 6 and then work your way up the channels until you have a good connection. This usually solves the issue. Rather common on Mac.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
1) With direct connect with modem, check the IP address and default gateway.
(I came across such a modem, it gave default gateway as 192.168.1.254)
I also had the doubt of configuring as a dynamic connection
But it won't work!
Contact your ISP to completely bridge the modem and configure the dsl modem as PPPoE connection with correct username and password.
Finally connect the modem to router and do a complete network power cycle, i.e.: Unplug power from router 1st, then power from modem, unplug the telephone line and now do the exact reverse process... Plug back the tel. cable, then power to modem... now WAIT for lights on modem to come back, then plug in the power to router. This will surely work.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
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Touch the "Settings" icon on the home screen of the iPod touch.
Opt to have your iPod alert you when there is a new network you can join. This can be useful if you are no longer in range of a network you have previously used. To receive these messages, turn on the "Ask to Join Networks" feature.
Tell the iPod touch to "forget" a wireless network that you no longer want to use, so it will not automatically try to connect you. Under the Wi-Fi settings, tap the ">" button next to the network you want to delete and then touch "Forget this network."
Expect that some wireless networks detected by your iPod touch will ask you to sign up for a fee-based service. If this is acceptable to you, open up the Safari application from the home screen. You will be taken to a website that explains the terms of service and accepts credit card payments for wireless Internet access.
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