Failure to relayEMAIL using a wireless router and a desktop PC
I've just installed a BELKIN Wireless Router G+MIMO, to allow my wife to access the internet using her new ADVENT 4211C netbook, I suppose 'relaying' through my desktop PC. After the usual aggravation, this now works fine. But now she'd like to try email send and receive. I have an account 'firstname.lastname@example.org. I've 'sort of'' installed Outlook Express, in that I completed the POP3 and SMTP window addresses, and gave her netbook address a name 'email@example.com together with the password which I used to establish my email with NTLWORLD, and a 'success' message arrived. But attempts to send email are rejected, with the message '550 you are not allowed to send mail to ..." What is the operator error here? What should I do to correct it?
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Yes. It is a feature on the router and wireless enabled device. You can't use wireless without a router. I got a Belkin n750, and it has WPS. Basically, you activate WPS on device and push the WPS button on router, and wait a minute for it to configure.
Not to sell the Belkin, it one the easiest and user friendly routers i've seen. That is solely based on answering these questions. GL
Connect a LAN cable from Belkin to your laptop/computer's LAN port, open a browser on your laptop/computer and enter the Belkin's configuration URL. http://192.168.2.1 The default PW = blank (just press Enter) You can now change the default admin password. You can now configure the wireless settings. Now configure the wireless card in your computer/laptop with the router's wireless settings. To secure your wireless network from unauthorized access, please click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
Connect a LAN cable from Belkin to yourlaptop/computer's LAN port, open a browser on your laptop/computer and enterthe Belkin's configuration URL. http://192.168.2.1 The default PW = blank (just press Enter)You can now change the default admin password. You can now configure the wireless settings. Now configure the wireless card in your computer/laptop withthe router's wireless settings.To secure your wireless network from unauthorized access,please click on this link and follow my instructions :-http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
Theencryption key secures your data from unauthorized access.
The router's password is a Passphrase or the WEP or WPA orWPA2 encryption key.
The Passphrase generates the WEP or WPA or WPA2 encryptionkey and this is in the router's wireless settings.
To connect to your wireless router, it needs the router'swireless settings configured ie SSID, WPA or WPA2 encryption key and also thewireless cards in all the laptops and or computers needs to be configured withthese router's wireless settings. Then the laptops and desktop computers cancommunicate with your wireless router.
You need to install the serial number in your computer off of the router, clcik on diagnose and when it comes up with enter pass phrase input your serial number ans you should be connected. Hope this helps and thanks for using fix-ya.
Have you configured the Belkin wireless router?
You need to configure the Belkin using a 10baseT network cable first before you configure the wireless card.
To make your wireless router secure you need to use your browser and type in the Belkin IP configuration address.
Then you need to change the Admin password, change SSID and turn off SSID broadcast, setup the encryption (use WAP or WAP2 if your wireless card supports WAP) and for added protection use MAC address filtering.