Installed N+ wireless router, Computers and laptop working fine. Unable to connect to x box live. Message recieved : 'Your network doesnot have sufficient mtu setting x box live requires aminimum mtu setting of 1364' however we have more than enough!
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Re: unalbe to connect ot x box live
Have you verified that on the router end of things?
On your computer, open up your browser and type in "192.168.1.1" on the address bar (where you type websites)
Next it will prompt you for a username and password. By default leave the username blank, and enter "admin" as the password.
When the page loads you will see a tab that says "Setup", click that. You will a setting that says MTU, change that to "Manual" and set the size to 1400, then hit "Save Settings"
After that unplug and re-plug your router (give about 20 seconds in between) and restart your XBOX. You should be good to go. If that does not work try to bypass the router and connect it directly to the modem to see if you have the same issue
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i assume you have DSL connection through phone line . double check the cables see if they are connected properly betwee the modem and router etc ..if its all connected then reset your router by pressing littile tiny button at the back of Router and apply new WPA2 password and try connect .
When you connect the laptop to the router are you using a network cable?
When you connect two computers such as your laptop and the xbox using a network cable you need a crossover cable not a standard network cable.
If you use a network hub you can connect two or more computers together using the standard network cables.
Make sure you are plugging the SMC into the WAN port on the Linksys router and not the LAN ports. Your internet connection (which is your SMC) should always plug into your WAN port on the Linksys. Any computers that you may need to plug in, like Desktops that are "wired" and not "wireless", should plug into the LAN ports on the Linksys. If you are not using the WAN port on the Linksys for your SMC modem, then that would explain why you cannot get to the internet on wireless or wired computers.
Here's why you are getting the "low connectivity" message:
Computers don't understand why the Internet is connecting or not connecting...so the "low connectivity" message you keep receiving has nothing to do with your wireless signal strength. To a computer NIC, "low connectivity" means your network adapter could not find a DHCP server and receive a valid IP address. When this happens, your network adapter assigns an IP address to your computer in the following range...169.254.0.0, and will display the "low connectivity" message until it is able to receive a valid private IP address from the DHCP server. You can verify this by going to START | RUN and typing "cmd" (without the quotes), then hit ENTER. A black box will pop up....then type "ipconfig" (without the quotes) and hit ENTER. This will show you your IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address, and you can verify that your IP address is in the 169.254.0.0 range. A valid private IP address is typically in the 192.168.0.0 range, but could also be in the 10.0.0.0 range, or the 172.16.31.0 range.
Also, make sure you have DHCP server enabled on the Linksys router for the LAN. This will ensure your "wired" and "wireless" computers receive a valid IP address.
The WAN port on your Linksys router should be configured to "Obtain an IP address automatically using DHCP".
I think I have solved this, any way it worked for me.
Turned off printer and turned off wireless router made sure no computers are on.
Restarted printer make sure wireless settings are installed in printer then restart router.Once router is up and running switch on computer and you should be able to print.
Hope this works for you.
You may be getting a little mixed up; the SSID is the dispayable name of the router over a network and the code you may be refering to is the WEP or passkey for security.
First go into your routers settings and ensure that the DHCP is enabled to automatically give the laptop an IP address.
Check your laptop wireless adapter/reciever is set in the properties to obtain IP adress automatically.
Turn off any encryption you have running on the router and restart both router and laptop.
When laptop boots it should again find all the wireless networks in you locality, then click on your network and click connect.
If all works fine go into router again and then set up security key and note whether it is an 'open' or 'shared' network access as you may need to input this into your laptop if it is unable to reconnect after the restart.
Also if your wifi signal is relatively low, it will not allow a connection to the internet as it is unable to send data at a low signal rate.
If you originally ran the router via an RJ45 network cable, you may need to clear the dns from your laptop, click Start>Run, then type ipconfig /flushdns and restart your laptop to give it a new ip address and dns address.