Question about Trendware 54Mbps 802.11g Wireless AP
When i try to acess the AP browser menu, via changing IP settings in my LAN settings off Windows control panel (putting fixed IP addy 192.168.1.101 and subnet mask 255.255.255.0) and even waiting for a while to "identify" no Web browsers detect the device address 192.168.1.100 and dont prompt me for the user/pass. It actually DOES happen but very sometimes. Most of the time i cant access it, although my Internet connection is working well most of the time, even now. Since i need to switch to another AP of my ISP i need to enter the menu and choose it, but when i reported that problem to my ISP's tech support they had no idea about what is going on. They recommended me to reset the AP by unplugging it for 5 minutes and it didnt work, Only sometimes it work but i dont know what were the circumstances. I also cant access the AP since its locked in a box on my rooftop (dont ask me why, my ISP engineers did that and told its the only way to connect)
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You probably cant access it because you are not authorized. If its locked on your rooftop then your ISP should configure your access and that you're not authorized.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
To change your router wireless security
Now you can goto the wireless section or secruity section and set the type of encyption to WEP, WPA, WPA-PSK etc and then make up your own password. See Page 12 of the User Manual
On the PC Double click on the wireless connection in the system tray (bottom right hand side of screen) and then connect manually to your wireless signal - you will be asked for the password you set in the router.
Now you are connected.
You may need to remove any old wireless profiles you have on the PC/Laptops
Wireless Profiles - Vista/Windows 7: http://mgmcc.forumotion.net/networking-tutorials-f17/removing-an-existing-wireless-profile-t109.htm http://www.tp-link.com/support/showfaq.asp?id=214 - delete the wireless profiles Start> control Panel> classic view> network and sharing center> manage wireless networks Delete the profiles you will then have to enter the wireless security key for any networks you connect to --
Wireless Profiles - XP http://mgmcc.forumotion.net/networking-tutorials-f17/removing-an-existing-wireless-profile-t109.htm http://www.tp-link.com/support/showfaq.asp?id=186 - delete the preferred networks start> control panel> network connections> right click on the wireless connection listed wireless networks tab in the preferred network list click on each one and - remove button
you will then have to enter the wireless security key for any networks you connect to
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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