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My printer has worked well wirelessly with my old Netgear router. I have now got a new Virgin Media Hub and don't know how to get the printer to work wirelessly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
DNeser, Port forwarding and static routes isn?t the route to go down to fix this issue. I have an FR114 in a similar configuration and yours should work as well. -When connecting a hub to a router you should be using a certified, standard Ethernet cable, not a crossover. Make sure it?s certified for at least 100 Mbps. -If you are using port 8 on the hub to connect to the router make sure the Normal/Uplink button is set to Normal. -Are the Link and 100 Mbps LED green on both the hub and router ports you use to connect? If not try a known good cable; if that doesn?t work try different ports. Let us know how things work out and please don?t forget to rate this post.
Posted on Feb 24, 2007
Cable modems and routers must be turned on in a specific way. First, unplug both the router and modem. Next, plug the ethernet cable from the modem, into the cable router, and unplug the cable from the modem to the computer. Next, turn on the modem, and wait for all of the lights to stay static (usually there's 4 lights, the main one we're interested in, is the status light). Next, plug in and turn on your router. You should now be able to access the router and configure it for your internet connection.
Posted on May 26, 2008
When yuour question starts with I have a brand new MAC, probably not.
The default address on a routher is 192.168.1.1 We set them up by plugging a network cable into one of the 4 ports (not WAN) and setting the address of our computer to 192.168.1.x where x is greater than 1 and less than 255. THen we open up Internet Explorer and key in 192.168.1.1 into the address line.
After that, the router will go into quick configure and set itself up, or you can try www.routerlogin.com if you're on the same domain in the network.
The "jargon" your ISP will give you is how the router needs to be provisioned. You may have DNS servers, whether it's DHCP or if you have DSL, typically you need to set PPoE stuff up. With good luck, the auto configure will do all of the things you need.
Now you just have to figure out how to make the MAC change its TCP-IP address :-)
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
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