I have comcast cable modem and need to figure out how to get my wireless-g broadband router with speedbooster... i did what it said but still not connecting..do i need to know anything with my ip number or my modem numbers..
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If you are the owner of the router, connect any computer with the router with the help of an ethernet cable and go to the router page with the help of the username and password of the router page and get the password. Hope this works, if you need more details regarding the steps I mentioned above, feel free to contact me :)
Add the printer to the wireless router as another node via DHCP. Then add the printer by the IP address. Your server does not have wireless so it will need to be connected to the router via network cable.
Or, you attach the printer directly to the server via parallel port (RS-232) cable. Or upgrade the server with an USB port, and connect it that way. gl
You didn’t mention if you’re using WIFI or not? If you are using wireless, try moving closer to the router for a better signal or use a cable. This is a bandwidth issue as video and voice are intolerant to delay so you get dropped packets and reduced call quality. If the problem is on your LAN then it could be solved by getting a router with higher throughput or using a wired scenario. Alternatively, if the problem is on the WAN a higher broadband speed may be appropriate. Quality of service issues are difficult to solve on home networks because there is not normally any method of changing the priority of traffic.
I would contact your internet service provider. There is likely something wrong with your line that is causing your router to loose signal. I don't know what type of router you have, but a loss of signal usually causes that. There are other reasons, such as, your modem is going bad, your cable from the modem to the router has an internal break in a wire, your router could be going bad as well. Try power cycling both your model and router. You can do this by unplugging them for a couple of minutes and them plugging them back in. Plug in the modem first and wait a few minutes, then plug in your router and wait a few minutes, then try getting on-line. If this is a persistent issue even after doing all of this and contacting your ISP, then I would conclude that your hardware (modem, router, &\or ethernet cables) is giving out on you.
You will need to connect a router to the Westell in order to use more than one computer with your dsl. That modem will need to be put in bridge mode in order to allow it to work with the router.
Call ATT/Bellsouth support and tell them you need to setup your modem for bridge mode and connect your Linksys router.
Hiya, I have sky broadband too, with a Netgear wireless Router, your second pc needs a wireless card or usb wireless dongle to located wireless networks, once its installed you need the security key for the network, what equipment have you got?
First you must have a steady led light on the on Power, Act and Lan, the Sync led will flash until the modem connects to the DSL line. If you are not running a router but only a modem, you will need to create a PPPOE network connection on the computer. If you are using a router with the DSL modem you will need to create the PPPOE connection only on the router. I had recently a problem with the DSL service to my home. My modem showed DSL connected but could not connect the PPPOE connection, the telephone company had to reset the circuit that I am on which fixed the problem. BPCS
PPP should be refering to PPPOE (or point to point protocal over ethernet). PPPOE is the method that a DSL modem logs into an ISP. So essentially their log in server is down, and since your modem is unable to connect to their login server you cannot get online.
This sounds like a problem entirely on their end, and unfortunately you're pretty much at their mercy in regards to when it gets fixed.
My only suggestions other than just waiting it out is look into another ISP or purchase a wireless card and a large antenna and see if you can pick up an open network close to your location. The later option is entirely based on you lucking out and picking up a connection close by though, it's possible nobody near you is sharing an open wireless connection.