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Re: hp ipaq 4240
Turn your Linksys router off and back on again, then try connecting on your iPaq again. If that fails, do a soft reset on your iPaq and try again. If that fails, do a hard reset.
Also, do you have any wireless security set up for the router?
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change the security settings if any in the wireless router....
use 64bitWEP password for the router and if it is a BELKIN wireless router then WiFi protected setup should be disabled in the roter....
contact router's technical support to do settings in it....
Did you try speaking with linksys directly? They can walk you through the troubleshooting online. Switching channels is an option in the wireless section of the router setup. See the documentation for more information.
Power cycle your network starting with the modem(unplug for 1 min replug in, this includes network cables), now see if getting signal, if not unplug the power adapter for your router leave for several minutes, and plug back in check signal. If not you may need to reset your router then reconfigure, or it could be faulty and need the firmware flashed, linksys will cover it under warranty for a long time you can call them to get free tech support, they will see if it needs to be replaced by pinging it. It could be that the setting's are not configured correctly. You can run the setup cd on all pc's but it's not neccesary. Call linksys and have them remotely check router, if it's ok email me and I'll walk you through setup. If it's not the router , I'll run you through troubleshooting the network, one node or component at a time. If it's not a windows operating system on your computers or a mix please post so the best person can help find solution.
Is the motorola currently surfing and are you trying to add the linksys to it? If so you will need to go into the motorola and set it to bridge connection under connection type found in the expert mode of the modem. Then you will add the linksys and input the username and password in the pppoe connection type. Once the info is save click on the status tab and click connect. Hope this helps
Assuming "cannot connect to linksys router directly" means you cannot connect to a Wireless Lan managed by Linksys router, 1) try to connect new computer to LinkSys Router using a Lan cable, add new PC to your network. 2) recover protocol (WEP or WPA) and Key of WLAN (Passphrase or Key: TKIP or AES) either from other PC on same network either from your Router. 3) If you missed actual key you must connect to router and reset it to a new key to be eventually used for every connected device. Call for detail on this possibility
most probably this is happening because your connection is bot established correctly>>from the screen shot above it is clear that the security key is not matching(wep or wpa)>>please try to recollect the security key or password for wireless.if you are not sure,just post it --i'll give simple and detailed step to get that.
Ok, so why do you need an access point upstairs and a router downstairs connected wirelessly? If you can't connect with a laptop or a pc, why whould you think you could connect the access point? The purpose of this configuration would have to be with the access point to the router via ethernet. What's the point? If the problem is range, check out http://www.dd-wrt.com/dd-wrtv2/index.php to enhance the capabilities of the WRT54G... and maybe building a parabolic antenna for it as well. Plans to do so abound at Lifehacker.com.
you have to go into the routers settings, by typing it's ip address (refer to manual) in your internet browser and look for DHCP and make sure that it is enabled to automatically assign both your pcs an ip address.
This must be done using a lan RJ45 cable that was supplied; first before going wireless.
Next go to each pc and either use the wireless network setup wizard or go to your wireless network connections (in control panel>network connections) and right click on the connection(this is not the lan connection icon, make sure you choose your wireless icon) and select properties, then click the internet protocol line TCP/IP and again click properties.
make sure that 'Obtain IP address automatically is ticked and click ok.
Your pcs may need a restart and should find the router will be seen in your found connections, click connect and your away