I have a U.S. Robotics Wireless MAXg ADSL Gateway and it works fine, but I can't manage it from the WAN. When I write the IP in the browser I get to the login prompt, then I write the user and password and even though I type it right it tells me I'm unauthorized after 3 tries.
I do the same from the LAN and it's no problem.
The http port is open and responding and the router is configured to let in incoming requests for that port. I tried to upgrade the firmware but it tells me there's no newer version available.
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Considering the frequency you have to reboot the router to get it to work may indicate a glitch with the WAN gateway.
I recommend fully resetting the router and setting the wireless network up again.
You should be able to reset the router using a pin and sticking it in the pin hole on the back of the router near the power source.
1.TRY siting in a place wth less people ... actually wth my USR9108 i get disconnected even if some one is standing infrront of the modem so stay in a open place wth less people. 2.RESET your modem 3 tymes and configure ur modem by the settings given from the Telecom company. 3.Check ur modem antennae ... bcoz its modem is very FRAGILE... it sometimes have an internal wire break ,,,, TRY installing ur BRothers antannae on ur modem nd den use it....
Initially what I suspect is that your USR's connection to your ISP is intermittent but with that of the USB modem is consistent. This is clearly an ISP issue and should be resolved by them.
One thing you can try is to verify the integrity of the line splitter that is commonly used to split the 2-wire signal to the telephone and to the modem/router. You can actually remove the splitter and connect the telephone line straight to the WAN/ADSL input of the USR 9106 Wireless Gateway and check if their is an improvement or if your ADSL and WAN IP will light up consistently.
Alternately, if your ISP is too busy to attend to your concern, you can try mimicking the USR's WAN settings to that of the USB modem's. While still using the USB (provided by your ISP) determine its WAN IP settings. This would be IP address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and DNS. You need to access the USB modem to get this data. Should you need detailed instructions, pls post back the make/model of the ISP provided USB modem. If you were able to gather the information. Connect your USR 9106 Wireless Gateway (Ethernet 1~4) to your PC using a LAN cable and enter its configuration page. In its WAN/ADSL settings, use the numbers gathered from the USB modem. You may need to do a full hard reset on the router (rear panel) prior to putting in the numbers.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. If problem persists, pls post back as requested, how things turned up or should you need additional information.
It appears you may have confused the world because of your IP addressing choices. Do you know what a subnet mask is? It determines which machines share the same network with other machines. Routers by design are the connection between different subnets, Most routers default to 255.255.255.0 for the subnet mask which means both of your routers are in the same subnet as they are 192.168.2.? meaning you have two separate networks sharing the same same subnet address when they should be unique. Try making the wireless router 192.168.3.3 or 192.168.3.1. This puts devices in your wireless network on the 192.168.3 subnet and the devices in the ADSL subnet in the 192.168.2 subnet which includes the WAN half of the wireless router. I believe this will correct your network issues. In this case if hardcoded the gateway for the wireless router would be 192.168.2.1 also known as the the adsl modem