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Connection and using wireless computers

Connection if fine when directly into modem- however when run through the router nothing works via internet -all cables and cords work fine

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  • coachet Dec 25, 2008

    could not get the router to work so uninstalled and now cant find software. want to reload drivers and see if I can get this to work

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Sir,


U not configure the router setting so i can't work. Go to browser and type ur IP address (for ur ip address type ipconfig at run command, u will get the ip address) without "http" or "www". it will go to the router software and begin to login. leave the password blank. after login check ur username and password is displayed or not, if not, entered it. also check the network setup, if it is dynamic or static or PPPOE is selected or not? check all the settings is properly configured or not.

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good luck

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First thing to do here is to reset the router, to reset it Press and hold the reset button for 15 seconds while the power is ON then fater that just again the setup of the router to your computer to reconfifgure it back and hopefully everything will be back to normal....
================== This is a fine little router. Running the installation CD (there's no drivers required) guides you through a step by step setup with pictures. The guide doesn’t show you how to setup encryption. Plugged it into my ADSL modem and setup the wireless network on me laptop and away it went no problems what so ever. I hope this helps.
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Clone the mac address in the routers settings and it should work fine

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  • machadojr_fe Dec 25, 2008

    what make and model is the router?



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This week, we'll look at his network layout, and why he could not get the network to set up properly.
To summarize the situation, he has an office an a shop, with computers on his network in both locations. Some connect via wired connections (Ethernet), while others use wireless connections. His Internet cable comes into the office first.
In the past, he first used Linksys wireless routers. Then DLinks. This time, he chose Belkin wireless routers.
The incoming cable (standard cable-company RG6 coaxial cable) connects to the cable modem.
Then, the cable modem connects to the WAN (wide area network "Internet") connection on the router.
The local wired ports on the router provide connections for two wired computers. Notebooks connect via wireless connections. Finally, one wired connection on the router is used to connect an Ethernet cable that runs 250 feed to the office from the shop.
That cable was the lightning problem, as it runs outside in a conduit just a little bit underground. Effectively, he's got a 250 foot antenna looking for the electromagnetic pulse from a lightning strike. Most of us don't worry about that because our equipment is so well grounded in the house, plus the Ethernet cables we use are much shorter lines. Even if we have underground cable company lines running from their switch boxes to our houses, those lines are usually only exposed about 40 to 50 feet before they enter the dwellings.
Back to the situation. When he hooked up his replacement routers, the router at the shop immediately worked. Not so, on the router in the office. The Ethernet light and the Activity light just poounded away, blinking and blinking rapidly. But, nothing connecting to the router could get to the Internet.
If they connected a computer directly to the Ethernet cable in the office, without running it into the router first, it worked just fine. But, with the router in place, it didn't work.
The problem was the way he connected the two routers. The problem is that there is no Out Of The Box connection that will work reliably. At least one thing, usually two, has/have to be tweaked one way or another.
As one might guess, the easiest way to connect would be to connect one router's WAN connector to the cable modem, using Ethernet cable, and then use Ethernet cable to connect one of the Local Area Network (LAN) connectors on that router ot the WAN router on the other computer.
There is a problem with this setup, but it's easily solved. First, if you're using identical wireless routers, as he was, the wireless routers are both trying to use the same IP Address range and subnet mask for their local area networks.
That works fine for the first router, which is connected to cable modem. On the cable modem side, it gets an IP address on the Internet Service Provider's network - often an actual Internet address and not just a private network address. On the local area network, it assigns the IP address range specified in its setup menu. This often varies by manufacturer. In the case of Linksys, this is 192.168.1.x. In the case of the Belkin routers he bought, it was 192.168.2.x.
The problem occurs at the second router. On it's WAN side, it sees a 192.168.2.x network - but it's default setting tells it to give 192.168.2.x addresses on it's local area network side, too. In other words - it's confused. It doesn't know where to find the Internet because both networks are assigned the same addresses.
The solution was to disconnect the second router's WAN/Internet cable, connect to it via a wired computer, and tell the second router to use a different IP address range. We chose 192.168.3.x.
We hooked up the Ethernet cable to the Internet/WAN side of the router again. The router started working fine, normal light blinks for activity, no more confusion. The computers could get to the Internet just fine.
Problem solved.
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It could be done; however, that would require a different configuration on the routers and connections.

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Are you able to go online when connected to the modem.
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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?

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hello!

-- who is your internet service provider
-- what is the operating system of your computer?
-- is this working fine before or is this a brand new router

you may try this and see if this help solve your problem. make sure that your computer is directly connected to the router

Step 1: Shutdown the computer.
Step 2: reset the router while power on then Unplug the router’s power cable.
Step 3: Unplug the Broadband modem’s power cable and wait for 30 seconds.
Step 4: Plug in the Broadband modem’s power cable and wait for its lights to appear stable.
Step 5: Plug in the router's power cable once the modem’s lights appear stable.
Step 6: Power on the computer on and configure the router settings
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if this still didnot work, upgrade the firmware of your router

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hiya krazy327... sorry to hear about your prob.. we,ve all been here at some point!

Can you let me know if it is one specific computer that the problem is with?

If so .. how are you wired to the router "True" wireless or usb/ethernet gateway from the router?

Regards Faggly

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