Question about 2wire (1000-100016-002) Wireless Adapter
I have a 2wire router/gateway (model no. 2701HG-B) that was sent to me from AT&T for my broadband connection. It is connected to my pc via ethernet. i can connect to my router with my ps3 wirelessly without a problem and play online. but everyone knows the xbox 360 cant do that. so my friend gave me his belkin wireless G gaming adapter (model no. F5D7330) and im supposed to connect that to the xbox 360 via ethernet and its supposed to make a connection with my 2wire router wirelessly, so that i could play online. but it would link up as wired since the adapter is connected to my xbox via ethernet. my problem is everytime it gets to the ip address it fails. i noticed that during the setup with the disc that he just now gave me that my router and adapter arent making a connection to one another. how do i establish a connection. i dont know which is the problem. the adapter makes a wireless connection to someone elses router, but my ps3 makes a wireless connection to my router. so im not sure why a wireless connection cant be established between my router and my adapter. can anyone help me out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From what I understand the flash drive is for saving the configuration so you can transfer it to other computers that you may want to put on the network.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
It seems that you said your computer gets the ip address from your router,, which means thru DHCP of the router but if you look at the DHCP settings of your wireless card inside your computer ---the DHCP is OFF -- check your ipconfig/all command as shown in your problem too,,, your wless card does not accept the new IP which comes from your router --as DHCP is OFF on your wless card and sticks with the old ip address whereas the router maintains a new ip for your computer in its table and a mismatch occurs and you loose the internet connection ,,,,thats why repair works and then again the IP changes in the router for your computer and your computer's wless card lags behind and use the old ip adress ..... DHCP--- IS DYNAMIC , WHICH MEANS IT RENEWS THE IP address after some time and you computer gets stuck to the old one ,,, hence mismatch. "you make the DHCP -ON on your wless card too. it will be fine."
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
Connect using Lan Cable
be sure to enable java on your Browser.
Use ONLY IE: some router refuse other browser.
SET your PC on a static IP address on SAME subnet as your router (but of course different IP).
If subnet concept is NOT clear to just just ask here.
When connected with router (on Lan Cable) check every setting (WPA-PSK) TKIP key, Broadcast / Channel etc.
You can also disable every WLAN protection and restore it later.
Activate WLAN connection WHEN you are STILL connected.
Last but not least: SET your DNS IP address = your gateway IP (router)
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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