Your specific model router RTP300-NA, doesn't have wireless capability- you'll need to run a cat5 or cat 6 cable to connect your pc. You may be able to share the connection from the primary pc using two wireless adapters, but it would be easier and cheaper to get a different router with wireless.
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Your issue is due to the you having to routers active and the PC is connecting to both. You will have to disable one of the connection in the main router for this occurrence to stop. check you PC 's wireless connection and disable connectivity also to the secondary router. ************************************************************************************* 1.Log into router. Using either 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.1.1 in a browser window that is ( internet Explorer or Firefox) 2. Verify wireless router name( on the computer) >>> ( on/off) ( router status window) 3.Note router name you are connecting to. 4.. Check the laptop do ipconfig /all to see current IP addresses. 5. Set the laptop up in the router by WEP KEY or MAC address. This set up in the "security tab" in the router. using 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 to access through a browser. 6.Note router name you are connecting to. 7. Move the laptop about 20ft away and try to log on to the internet. This is for all routers to set up wirelessly. 8. check for firmware update at the manufacturers site for your model router 9. cell phones, cordless phones, digital TV's, can affect the data signal from a router. Also distance from the router can be a factor. If your router
Go to Start/settings/Network Connections/Wireless connections Click on Properties Under the General Tab scroll in window to Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Next click on Properties Make sure that both buttons (IP / DNS) are set to obtain automatically
Both units can not have the same Gateway IP.
Hook your PC to the HN9000. Do an ipconfig /all
Write the IP info down.
Then open up the D-links set up page and set it to a static IP using the info you gathered from the HN9000. Select an IP in the range that the PC picked up. I usually use .100. Also, when you set it statically in the D-Link, make sure that you type in the Primary and Secondary DNS.
Once you set the D-Link statically , you should be able to browse the Net through the D-Link. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
First you need to find a Windows wired or wireless device already connected to the network in order to find out the required settings
Windows XP 1. Click start --> (sometimes settings) --> Control Panel --> Network Connections 2. Double click on the active connection which will say connected underneath 3. Click Support 4. Click Details 5. Now the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS and Alternate DNS which are displayed should be noted.
Note these down and set these values on your PC by doing the following:-
Start --> Control Panel --> Network Connections --> right click on Local Area Connection --> click Properties
In the small middle box scroll down to Internet Protocol TCP/IP
and click to highlight
Click properties button and enter the values
Click Close or OK
2 other things can also stop your wireless connection from dropping:-
Change the Channel transmitted in Wireless Settings
Defrag your hard disk
The thing you don't say, is that you already have a high speed network connection by either DSL or cable. You already have a modem/router that you plug into for your internet. This one is an extra one you would like to use as an access point for your home wireless network.
You will need to set it up as a router not a gateway in the configuration. You should turn off the DHCP for the wireless router and just let it perform pass thru to the primary router to assign IP addresses. Set up the wireless router to have an IP address in the same subnet as the primary. If primary is 192.168.1.1 set the wireless routers IP to be 192.168.1.2 or 192.168.1.3, etc. Then set up the configuration for the wireless settings and test the wireless connections with a laptop or PC. Plug the Wan connector on the wireless router to one of the ports on the primary router and you should be good to go.
try this, turn off your pc then shut down your router then shut down the modem after 5 minutes restart the modem after all the lights are lit turn on the router after all those lights are lit start you pc, then go to my network icon and view network connections, then click on the properties tab high light the tc ip line and hit the properties tab click Obtain IP address automatically and the same for Obtain DNS server automatically. In the advanced tab in the IP address box have DHCP Enabled and check the box Automatic metric, in the DNS tab check Append primary and connection specific DNS suffixes and check the box to Append parent suffixes of the primary DNS suffix, at the bottom check the box Register this connection's address in DNS. In the WINS tab check the box Enable LMHOSTlookup and click the Default in NetBIOS setting. Now having done this click OK and OK again then click the close tab for the properties window and then reboot your computer, you should be able to surf the net with out any problems.
1. Make sure that wireless settings are properly synchronized. >> ssid/security key. 2. Check your computers wireless connection status > Make sure that it is set to "obtain ip address automatically) 3. If still not working if computer is set to obtain ip automatically, try assigning static ip on wireless pc > You need to know your router's ip address and dns 4. Disable firewall on wireless pc.