I have a LAN card of tech-com ,i use XP
i installed it and it instaled properly wen i conected it to my cable modem ,it shows "" aquiring network adress"" .after some time it says cannot be conected ,i tried repairing but no use i tried reinstalling but no use
wen i conect same conection to my inbuild LAN it gets coneced wat could be the problem
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Connect the LAN cable from the D-Link to the LAN port on your computer. If you have alreadt done this and you get this error message then it is possible the LAN card driver has not been installed. I suggest you install or reinstall the LAN card driver before running the D-Link installation disk.
The procedure is 1st. to connect the LAN cable to the router (not to the LAN port marked WAN) and use the browser to configure the Belkin router for the wireless settings.
In the wireless setup change the SSID from the default SSID to what you like., set up encryption (if your wireless card supports WAP then use WAP encryption, if not use WEP 128bit)
Also change the administrator password (write it down and put it in a safe place).
you can disconnect the LAN cable from the computer and router.
If you had not installed the wireless driver for you wireless card, do so now.
Connect the LAN cable to the WAN port on the router and the other end to the Hughesnet.
Now configure the wireless card with the SSID and the encryption that was set on the router.
If all goes well you should see your router and get on to the Internet.
Get back to me with error messages if you have problems.
If you are using Windows Xp, just connect the modem using USB/LAN it will be automatically detected & software for it will be installed. Then you can just set up a connection, put in your username & password, done.
If you are using Windows Vista / Windows 7, modem in LAN mode will be installed automatically like XP, but not in USB mode. Because there's no USB driver for UT300R2U (BSNL modem) in Vista. You need to find a ZTE Remote NDIS device driver, install it & then you can connect. Hope this will fix your problem.
Hi, Go to Control Panel -> Network connections make sure the Local Area connection is enable. if this working fine then replace you LAN card. LAN card is connected to the PCI slot of the motherboard. And install drivers for your LAN card. Thank you
u can use any brand . there's no problem in that . installation procedure is very simple. just buy a pci lan card. Insert it in the pci slot. Then switch on your computer , insert the driver cd provided with your lan card , then install the appropriate drivers.
Then, you can connect BSNL Broadband by connecting your ADSL modem with your LAN card.
Since it only happens when it rains, it sounds like you may have damaged cable between the modem and the drop. You will need to physically inspect whatever cables you have access to, and you may need to call a field tech out to repair the damaged cable.
what you should have purchased was a modem/router and not a seperate router to connect to your modem, but the modem should connect to the cable/adsl port (wan) using the initial RJ45 lan cable, and then a lan cable from one of the 4 ports on the rear to each pc.