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Problem with Mac and Belkin router

I have an MAC OSX 10.5 and Belkin FD7231-4. It does sees the router as a network but cannot log on to it. When I ran the network diagnostics, I get a message "Airport Settings Failed."

I am trying to install Belikin software but can't get pass it fails after checking the computer network settings.

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    what is your internet source? the router? or a modem?

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I have a Mac Pro and a Belkin F5D 7230-4 Router. The Mac links to the WiFi but will not go on to the internet. The Router works fine with a wired PC and other wireless PCs. I have updated the Belkin with the latest Firmware but it does not help. I have tried powering down the Router and Modem

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Posted on Mar 31, 2010

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MAC (Multimedia Access Control) addresses are unique sets of codes assigned to electronic devices that identify the devices on a network. MAC filters work by either allowing or denying only specific MAC addresses. MAC filters are a great security measure; however, if your network needs to be open to public or guests, or you're adding and removing devices often, then you should consider turning off MAC filtering.
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Wireless Routers (Windows)


  1. 1 Open the Command Prompt. You can access it from the Start menu, or by pressing ? Win+R and typing cmd.

  2. 2 Type .ipconfig and press? Enter.

  3. 3 Find your active network connection.There may be several connections listed in the readout, and you may have to scroll up to find your active connection.

  4. 4 Look for the .Default Gatewayentry. This is the address for your router. Write it down.

  5. 5 Open a web browser. You can access your router's configuration page from any web browser as long as your computer is connected to the network.

  6. 6 Enter the .Default Gateway address into the browser's address bar.

  7. 7 Log in with your admin account.Routers are protected with an admin login and password. Check your router's documentation or look up the model online to find the default login information.
    • If you can't figure out how to log in to your router, you can reset it by pressing and holding the Reset button on the back for about 30 seconds. After the router restarts, you will be able to log in with the default admin information.
    • Most default logins use "admin" as the username, and then "admin", "password", or a blank field as the password.

  8. 8 Open the "Advanced" section and look for "MAC Filtering", "Access Control", or something similar. Actually defining where the "MAC Filtering" section is located is very difficult, as the location and labeling is different for every router. Generally, you can find the "MAC Filtering" or "Access Control" settings in the "Advanced" section, though it may also be found in the "Security" or "Wireless Settings" sections.
    • Not all routers use MAC address filtering. Some router's limit access based on static IP addresses assigned to each device.

  9. 9 Disable MAC filtering. Again, the wording and location will vary depending on the router, but you will generally be able to select a "Disable" option to turn off MAC filtering.
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  10. 10 Save your changes. Click the "Apply" or "Save" button to save your changes to the router settings. Your router will apply the changes, which may take a few moments.
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The list of belkin adapters that supports MAC OSX are...
buy any of the following models...
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This feature is called "MAC Address Control" and only works with wireless devices.

Setup steps:
You can normally find your device's MAC address printed on the back or within its software interface. Please refer to your device's manual for more information.

If you have a Belkin adapter, you can find the MAC address on the product label.

  1. Open a web browser on the computer.
  2. In the address bar of the web browser, type http://192.168.2.1.
  3. Click Login in the upper right-hand corner of the page. The router does not ship with a password, so just click Submit.
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  4. Click on "MAC Address Filtering" under Firewall in the menu on the left.
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  5. Here you can enter the MAC addresses of each device that you want to allow or deny.
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You can normally find your device's MAC address printed on the back or within its software interface. Please refer to your device's manual for more information.
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I get the feeling it is a security problem on your wireless access point. Try turning security off temporarily and see if the problem goes away.

The fact that you can connect to other networks tells me that your mac book network config is ok.

The reason the manual ip configuration doesn't work is because wireless connection connection has not succeeded. Kind of like not having the cable connected and expecting to find your DHCP server.

One thing that comes to mind and drove me completely insane once is your wireless network name (ssid) is case sensitive. So homenet is different from Homenet for example and you won't get any decent error messages.

With the security make it as simple as you can then slowly turn stuff back on (WEP and MAC filters for example) until it breakes again. Then you will know where your problem is.

Hope this helps.

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