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Once the Router is Reset it goes back to the factory settings , In this Issue you have mentioned both D-link router and a gateway Wireless B router . Following is the default password and Ip addresses of both routers :
Gateway Wireless B-Router
Default Ip : 192.168.1.1
User Name : admin
password : admin
2. D-Link Router :192.168.0.1
User name: Admin
Password : Admin
Please let me know if it worked
Thanks and regards
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You will need to check the wireless settings of the router is there any computer connected to the router ? If yes then you can open the router set up page on that computer. Router set up page is the page where you can check all the wireless settings of the router.
I guess your modem router was already configured well since it worked already previously. It seems that your motorola router is set to broadcast dynamic IPs (DHCP enabled) and your last connected Pc and laptop were configured with static IP. Please check your "network connection" setting and make sure it is set to "Obtain IP automatically"
Maybe it is an electricity problem, or it's nearing the end of it's life. I bought 2 routers till now.each one worked fine for 2 years and then never worked.You should buy a new one or check if there's something with the electricity . Maybe a higher voltage
This makes me think that the wireless in either the router or the laptop has failed. Will the laptop connect ok if at another hot spot? if so, then you may have a problem with the router. If the laptop will not connect when somewhere else, then the wireless in the laptop has a problem. that could be a problem with the internal wireless card, or a driver file corrupted. Check the wireless card through the device manager to see if windows reports it working properly, and make corrections there as may be necessary. If windows reports all is ok, you may need a new card.
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What is the model number fo your router? If you know how to access your router setup page using a computer wired to the router you can change all the wireless settings there like the SSID or wireless network name and disable again the wireless security.. or if you want someone to walk you through with that you can call your router manufacturer so they can alos help with your concern...