I have my main computer that is connected to the internet through my cable company. I bought the dynex wireless g usb network adapter so that my daughter could connect in her room. It's not working and right now I'm really confused. My cable company installed a netgear router and that is what my main internet comes through on. Now when I hook this up, I install the cd on her computer right? That is what I did. everything looks like it installed right and the computer detected the wireless card when I plugged it in, I just can't get hers to connect to the internet
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That message is coming from your wired adapter. This is the wireless one. Open the wireless zero configuration utility and pick a network to connect to (make sure you type the password in right, if you have one). Also if your password changed recently, you may have to delete the network from your computer and re establish the connection again.
If this is a new connection for you, you will need to open a command window. Start->Run and type cmd. In there type "ipconfig /all" without quotes, mind the spacing. Find the wireless connection and see if you have an IP address. If not, try another USB port, uninstall and reinstall the device driver, test this on another computer if possible.
all you need is the longitus eterneth cable needed to connect to / from the Dynex 4 port Hub ethernet cable plus a host pc on Dynex 4 port ethernet hub, the host pc you need to specify that you are sharing the connection of internet connection through the eterneth, and ready luck
i have seen issues with wireless USB adapters. Can you try another USB port on the computer? Also delete the adapter and let it br reinstalled. If this does not help, I would suggest returning it and getting a Linksys adapeter.
Use the XP to config Router. Your 98 and your router are on different SUBNET check it. Connect XP computer to Router using lan cable Be sure to be on same subnet Configure your Router SEt same subnet for every PC connected to router. Then connect to router using Wlan.
According to your user manual pg 2 & 23 (bottom) your device only operates at 54mbps and Pre-N works at 108mbps. The factory ranges can be misleading because their tests are under optimal conditions that we as users will never have.
Have you tried using an ethernet cable instead of a USB cable? USB connections for internet traffic aren't always the best.
If you can make the change to ethernet and then open your command prompt and type ipconfig /all and tell me what ipaddress,subnet mask, and default gateway it says.
Please understand as I get very basic to start but things very obvious to you I cannot see.
Generally when including a router in a home network starting from the cable (tv)
or the phone socket (dsl) in the wall with a phone wire plugged in. The
next box is generally provided by your internet service provider and is
a modem/something that connects to the phone line or cable. Then
sometimes when only one computer exists computers are directly connected to the modem with an ethernet cable (looks like
a fat phone wire with oversize connectors) or a USB cable (small flat
When you want to add a router for multiple computers. The computer gets
disconnected. If a USB cable was used it is often replaced with an
ethernet cable and that cable connects to the WAN port (probably
separate from a block of 4 lan ports) of the router you bought (tell me
if you have two routers -- that is a different problem). If your
service comes from a cable (tv) company your router may already be
properly configured. If however you have DSL service from the phone
company the chances your router is correctly configured are less. To
finish with the cabling story -- your computer then hooks to one of
probably 4 LAN ports all in a block. Now if you are lucky power on all
devices and boot up your computer and see if you have internet access.
If you do great if not please provide me the name of your internet
service provider or a link to their help/support website and I will see
what I can do to assist in completing the router setup. Until your
wired computer gets access to the internet your girls wireless
connections will not work either. Once we get the wired connection
working we will address the wireless connections.
If necessary unplug the router and plug the computer back into the original cable until we get the router working.