Re: Router not recognized after all wired setup is...
Remove the CD Setup,
>If you have the Internet connection on your modem.
>Unplug the Ethernet cable at the of your computer and place it at the of the router under the Internet port.
>You should have another Ethernet port, connect the other end of that Ethernet cable to the LAN port1 and the other end to your computer.
>Access the configuration page of the router by typing 192.168.0.1 on the address bar.
>On the login page. By default the Username is admin/Admin and leave the password blank and click ok.
>Once inside, click on Setup tab> then click Manual Setup
> Your connection type should be Dynamic DHCP IP
> Click on "Clone your PC Mac Address"
> Click on save settings
> Go Status and Under WAN check if you have values in the IP address. If you have value, then that mean you have an Internet connection by now. if you got all 0.. try calling your Dlink manufacturer to assist you on conneting your router to the Internet without running the CD or by doing it manually in short..
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1) does it lock up completely or will it work hard lined when wifi fails?
2) do all devices wireless fail or just a single device?
3) do you lose connection to the wireless completely or keep the connection but lose access to the internet? (confusing but very different to me)
in the end you could narrow down the problem but if you have already reset to factory defaults and set back up again and again then it may be time to retire that old router.
I found this on this site:
2Wire 2700HG-B Setup
1. Connection of phone line, ethernet and power adapter 2. Indicator light: POWER: green; Ethernet: blink; DSL: green; Internet: blink or red 3. Open IE beoswer. 4. address: 192.168.1.254 5. Click "Run System Setup Wizard" 6. Login with preset password: admin. Or change password: click "I forgot the password." Under question "Here’s a hint for the password wedding date", click "I still can’t remember the password.". Then Reset System Password by enter System Key which locate on back of the Router (like: ), and your new password, then click "Submit" 7."Set Up Your 2700HG-B Gateway" screen. Keep default "Key Code". Click "Next" 8. "Time Zone". Select your time zone,then click "NEXT" 9. "Set Up Connection Info". Enter "PPP Authentication" information provided by internet service provider. "Username", "Password", and "Confirm Password", then click "NEXT" 10. Screen "Connecting" running... 11. Auto turn to screen "2700HG-B Gateway Setup Complete", click "FINISH", or "EXIT" to complete setup or "Register" to register with 2WIRE on line.
Have you secured your Linksys from unauthorized access?
The encryption code protects your wireless router from unauthorized access. The wireless card in your computer/laptop needs to be configured with the router's encryption settings before the computer/laptop can access the router. For details on configuring the wireless router and the wireless card, please click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
It seems like your router is configured once without any issues. Ignore that error message if you are connected with the internet. The setup couldnt find the Network adapter or the router because it is know more a factory default settings. It is been configured already
If router is brand new you should have a set up disk. the set up disk will walk you through it or you might log onto Belkin site to see a walk through set up. If you can access internet from modem to router to internet. That means router is functioning properly. To go completely wireless you will need to secure your network and setup your access codes. Definitely use the setup disk to do this. A unsecured wireless network is a nightmare waiting to happen. Good luck
Turn the modem power back on. Wait two minutes until the lights are stable.
Turn the router power back on. Wait one minute until the lights are stable.
Turn the computer power back on.
Open an Internet browser, and type http://192.168.0.1.
a "Configuration Assistant" appears immediately, then do not follow the
rest of these instructions. Follow the Configuration Assistant
instructions, instead. Once you are finished, test your Internet
connection by browing online, for example to http://kbserver.netgear.com.
Type admin for User Name, and password for Password. (Older routers use 1234 as the password.)
Click OK. This logs you into the router
Click Setup Wizard on the top left corner, Select Yes for the Setup Wizard to detect the type of internet connection and click Next.
The Setup Wizard will detect the type of Internet connection. DSL connections which require a login to connect to the internet will be detected as PPPoE. Click Next
Configure your router with the username and password provided by your ISP and click Apply.
The router will now save these settings. When complete, you can verify whether you are connected to the internet from the Router Status > Maintenance menu.
Verify you have a valid IP address (not-blank / 0.0.0.0) on the Internet Port assigned by your ISP
check if you are able to go online wired..
to setup wireless
Click Wireless Settings under Setup menu.
Under Security Options, Select WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)
Select Authentication type as Automatic and Encryption Strength as 64-bit (or 128-bit) - You must later configure your wireless computers with the same setting.
Select Key 1
and enter any 10 hexadecimal digits - any combination of 0-9, A-F (26
digits if you selected 128-bit as the encryption strength) and Apply the settings. Please note down these values - You must later configure your wireless computers with the same setting.
then check in your w/ls laptop, you would find your w/ls n/w name , try connect to it, enter your key , you would get connected
Ok sounds as if ya got a right "Pickle" lol
There are a few things we can try.. First I want you to reinstall your network adapter drivers, make sure they are the most-up-to-date.
Then I want you to completely re-setup you internet connection from the beginning again, using the internet connection manager and connection wizard with setup a home network...
I want you to Check your Ethernet Cable connections.. better still get a NEW Ethernet Cable..
Below is a link to help