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My asus modem will turn on but will not connect to a network. IT just stays on.

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Wireless router is not connecting to pc even via network cable, all lights are on except 'internet' light.


Absence of an internet connection suggests a missed step in the set up process. (Apologies if you have tried this) the ASUS manual has a very good diagram to help with this

http://content.etilize.com/user-manual/1020184143.pdf

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Wireless router configuration


If you don't already have a wireless network, you can use an AirPort base station to create one. To configure an AirPort base station, you connect the Ethernet connection to the WAN port on the base station. In turn, the base station creates a Wi-Fi (wireless) connection to the Internet. Consult the documentation for your AirPort base station for more information on how to set up your wireless connection. Once you have a Wi-Fi network available, use these steps to tell your Mac to join it:
  1. Click the Wi-Fi menu icon airport_symbol.png and select your Wi-Fi network from the list of available networks.
  2. If prompted, enter the password for your Wi-Fi network.
  3. Check "Remember this network" to have your Mac automatically join your home network.

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I have set up this device as an AP and connected it to a adsl router, which also has another pc connected to it. I can connect my laptop to the AP and can even access the router, but am unable to browse...


Search in google about how to set up a DHCP server for your router and clone the modem's MAC address, most routers have this option, the thing is some ISPs limit the use of internet to only one machine, by cloning the modem's MAC address in your router you'll make the ISP believe there's only one machine connected to the Internet. By setting up a DHCP server in your router you'll use only one IP to connect all machines using a private network, that should solve your problems. Try both alternatives, and see which one works.
Please check the legal limitations of this procedure for your country or state and have a nice day! ;)

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I have the Gateway 2wirewireless-G modem and router, how can i connect another desktop in another room to it?


To connect your computer to your wireless network sammiller001_4.gif
1. Right-click the wireless network icon in the lower right corner of your screen, and then click View Available Wireless Networks. sammiller001_5.gif
2. The Wireless Network Connection window appears and displays available networks. If you don't see your network (should be named something like 2wire), click Refresh network list in the upper left corner. Click your network, and then click Connect in the lower right corner. sammiller001_7.gif
3. Windows XP prompts you to enter a key. The key should be one of the numbers printed on the bottom of your 2wire modem/router. sammiller001_8.gif
4. Windows XP will show its progress as it connects to your network. If the Wireless Network Connection window continues to show Acquiring Network Address, you may have mistyped the encryption key-click Cancel and return to step 3. After you're connected, you can close the Wireless Network Connection window. Now you're ready to browse the internet!

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How do i install my asus wireless adapter to work on my xbox 360


You need to set it up on a computer first.
And of course you have to already have a Wireless Router connected to your DSL/Cable modem.

I did my setup on a Mac so there are quite a few more steps to go through on a Window's machine then I had to do but just use the manual as it's set up for a Window's anyway.
You might just try skipping all the installs first and just try connecting to the ASUS with the IP number first via a web browser and see what happens.

When you finally make it into the ASUS, pick "Ethernet Adapter" mode.
Basically just set it up as if you were using the ASUS to connect to the internet on the computer.
When you can use the internet normally on the computer via the ASUS then just unplug the ethernet cord from the computer and just plug it into the X-Box. Then all you do is go into the network settings on the X-Box to set it up as a LAN/cable or "what ever" connection NOT wireless. The X-Box should see it as a LAN because you are using the Ethernet port.
I haven't done it on the X-Box but I did set it up that way on my BlueRay disk player and it works fine.

Nice thing about this ASUS is you can use the USB port on the X-Box to power the router INSTEAD of the power cord so every time you turn the X-Box off the router should turn off. (if you don't have an external cooling fan on the X-Box using it) Another good thing is you can actually use a longer Ethernet cable to get the ASUS closer to the main router (near a power outlet of course).

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Netgear access point cant open configuration page


Typically you should be using configuration software until a real IP can be setup and you either address it statically or turn on DHCP. As for the gateway and other information, on a wireless gateway, it should all be routed through the network. Also, I think you have to be wired to the WAP to access the config page, I don't believe it can be seen over the wireless connection as a security feature.

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I have recently bought a Belkin N+ Wireless Modem-Router (model F5D8635-4 v1). It comes with the USB port and I bought a WD 1Tb drive to connect with it. I added the WD drive (92.168.2.1My Book in my...


  • First off, the WD hard drive was meant to be connected to a computer.
  • Therefore connect it to the fastest computer you have or the one running the network.
  • Make that drive a network drive.
  • Set the router to handle DHCP using the web based interface (192.168.1.1 on a linksys router, check your manual for the IP address belkin)
  • The drive apparently has three volumes on it: X: Y: and Z: (network drives)
  • I would backup the WD drive and reformat in NTFS format
  • I dont believe that these drives were meant to be networked. Therefore you get what you get....
Good Luck
Jeff

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Trouble with wireless connection


check his notebook's wireless setting, change channels

Oct 13, 2008 | ASUS Wireless Access Points

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Limited or No Connectivity


Yes, the wireless adapter can be fixed, by replacing the motherboard.

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Networking


You actually have a couple of issues here. Fix these in this order. 1.) Login to router and turn off wireless (if you're not wanting to use wireless) 2.) Connect the ADSL modem CAT5 port to the WAN port of the Belkin router. 3.) Login to router and turn on NAT and make sure DHCP is enabled. 4.) On your Windows machine turn on DHCP under the network settings. This should allow your connection to be setup automatically and stop wireless access on the Belkin router. Let me know if you need more help. JC

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