I work from home and trying to setup a wireless network. When trying to install the D-Link Xtreme N Dual Band USB router, Im not sure what to hook up where with the addition of the Cisco phone and Cisco ASA 5505 series. Help....
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Limited connectivity (this phrase occurs first inside the WIN 8 OS) means, that you have connection with your router already, but NOT to the internet. Pls. check, if you have access to internet from other computers or smartphone connected via the same router. If so, sometimes a driver-update for your D-Link could be useful. Check also, if other wireless adapters are working with the same frequency, this may disturb. Try to change the channel or change from 2,4 GHz to the 5 GHz Channels, if the router & your D-Link Adapter will support this. I had the same problem with my WIN 8 - PC and I had to change the (wireless) radio-channel.
Looks like, you are installing in vista or Windows 7..Sometimes in these OS , it needs elevated privilages..Try to enable in Network connection by clicking RIGHT CLICK on network icon & run as Administrator privilage..OR try to install with Administrator privilages...I hope this will work
OR if there is driver problem,,Try to download drivers from the below link
You will need to check the wireless settings of the router is there any computer connected to the router ? If yes then you can open the router set up page on that computer. Router set up page is the page where you can check all the wireless settings of the router. Also this router has issue with the Firmware. Try to upgrade the firmware of the router. Click here for step by step instructions
If you are running Windows XP sometimes your linksys software and Windows software conflict and makes connecting to wireless network difficult. Check to see if the linksys software is telling you there is another software used to connect to wireless networks, if so then one needs to be stopped. Also if your drivers are loaded correctly you can see a icon in the taskbar looks like a PC with a red x. Right click it and click view available wireless networks and see if it pick yours up. If all else fails uninstall all drivers and redo from scratch. Sometimes that is the quickest fix.