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Re: Linsky worked on Lan Line now I have Cable
Dynamic ip address is provided automatically by your internet service provider.. inorder for the linksys to work you need to remove the old configuration from the linksys. you need to reset the router,look at back of the router you will see a hole which says reset you need somethihg pointed like a paper clip or pin to hold it down for about 30 secs,then power off the router wiat for a minute and then power on the router, now your linksys router should be able to take the dynamic ip address from you internet service provider.
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OK. You need to reset the modem to renew ip address from the current
one.You can't reset the ip address using the router reset method.So
reset or switch off the modem and then switch on it.Then new dynamic ip
address will assign will be generate for your connection.Check ip
address using the site Ip-Details.com before and after resetting modem...I hope you
will get the answer by my reply.
Under Windows 7, press the "Start" button.
Type 'cmd' into the search-box, and press ENTER.
Type 'ipconfig /all', and press ENTER.
Look for the IP-address for the "gateway" (or "DHCP-server").
Type that IP-address into your web-browser.
First test to see that you can connect to the Internet by connecting directly to the modem.
If yes, then check that the cables are connected correctly and that the LEDs are on. (Just a check :). Telephone line to LINE IN on modem then Ethernet/Cat 5 from LAN port on modem to WAN port on Encore router, then Ethernet/Cat 5 cable from LAN port on router to PC.)
Use browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Mozilla) to connect to web interface of router (make sure your TCP/IP settings on PC are set to obtain IP address using DHCP).
Open browser and type in the IP Address of the router (192.168.1.1 is the default) where you usually type in the name of the website you want to go.
Go to the LAN Interface Setup page (you are now inside your router).
Change the IP Address from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.89.1 (leave the subnet mask as it is).
Change the DHCP Client Range from 192.168.1.100 - 192.168.1.200 (the default) to 192.168.89.100 - 192.168.89.200.
Click on Apply Changes button.You may lose connectivity to the router, but you can reconnect by typing in the new IP Address 192.168.89.1. You may need to renew the IP address of the PC, but that can be easily done by rebooting the system if it doesn't happen automatically.
Let me know how you go, or leave a message if you still can't connect. I would ask that you tell me the model of the ADSL modem however.
Try to dissable the card and enable it.Make sure the cable fits correctly. Then on the command line, find your ip address by typing ipconfig. Ping your ip address to see if you get a response. If you do not get 4 replies back then your card is damage. You can buy a card and install it on an empty pci slot and disable your onboard card from your motherboard on the bios.
it seems that ur PC & cable modem configuration is ok, now the problem is with ur router WAN interface configuration. the problem would be one out of 2 - first to check whether ur router wan interface is configured properly to obtain IP address from DHCP (if possible, u can give the static ip address with same series as cable modem) second to check with ur ISP.
Lets see if this works out for ya. 1. In your browser go to http://192.168.1.1 2. The user will be "admin" and the password field leave it blank 3. Go to the Setup Tab 4. On WAN Connection Type make sure it is set to "Obtain an IP Automatically" 5. Go to the DHCP tab and make sure it is enabled 6. Unplug the Roadrunner modem and the Linksys Router. 7. Wait around 15-30 seconds 8. Plug the Roadrunner modem in and wait until all the lights except the ethernet/computer connection are on. 9. When they are all on plug the Linksys router power back in 10. Wait around 30 seconds and see if your getting a connection Otherwise get back to me. Good luck.
Under this condition you should connect the linksys router physically by LAN cable and that try to get connected with and reconfigure it properly as per your requirement. If still unable to solve the problem than kindly reset the unit to factory default by pressing the reset button.and that try to get connected with and reconfigure it properly as per your requirement.
Open an Internet browser, and type http://192.168.0.1. If 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,
Type admin for User Name, and password is blank. (do no type any thing for password.)
Click OK. This logs you into the router.
Click the Home tab and click the WAN button. Dynamic IP Address is the default value, however, if Dynamic IP Address is not selected as the WAN type, select Dynamic IP Address by clicking on the radio button. Click Clone Mac Address. Click on Apply and then Continue to save the changes.
that would fix your problem.. in case if yoy have any problem revert back with your internet service providers name.(isp).