Question about Zyxel NBG318S Kit Wireless Router
I want to connect two NBG318S HomePlug Routers in the following manner. 1) First one connected to the ISP via Ethernet WAN port 2) Second one need to connect or share the same internet through First unit via Homeplug Technology. 3) The Second Unit should be able to Serve to the WiFi accessible devices. 4) Units connected throgh the Second Unit Ethernet or WiFi need to have IP Addresses generated/Managed by First Unit. 5) Should be able to access the Unit 1 or 2 for managing the network at any time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can't connect to my router
Just set it again via wired connection or LAN. Access it via Network Connections, and under Network connection look for for your LAN. Right click Local area connection,click properties, then highlight Internet Protocol(TCP/IP), click properties. Under General choose "Use the following IP Address ".
Input on IP address you should have router tutorial. Commonly its default is 192.168.1.1
Subnest Mask 255.255.255.0
Default gateway 192.168.1.2
Under it choose " Use the following DNS server address"
Input DNS address DNS of your ISP
goto Inernet browser tab input 192.168.1.1 this will direct you to router configuration setting input its user and pass. If unchanged see tutorial of your router or at the bottom of the router. Then you can change setting of your router.
Hope it helps.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Try to change the Local or LAN IP Address of your Zyxel to 192.168.5.1 and do not configure the Zyxel router for PPPoE Connection. It should be configured as Obtain IP Automatically or Automtic DHCP.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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The encryption (WEP) key is configured in the router's wireless settings.
I suggest you use WPA or WPA2, these are later and much stronger encryption methods than the older WEP encryption.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
SOURCE: My Linksys router works fine
Howard, your router maybe set up or configured improperly. I would suggest to completely reset the router to its factory settings and start over. There is a small reset button on the back of the router. The ip subnet may be conflicting with another subnet or your NIC might be configured with a static ip address conflicting with an ip on the router. As indicated in another post, there seems to be more information needed to answer this question fully. I would attempt to reset the router, although you will have to reconfigure the wireless settings again after you do this but it will determine whether it is the routers problem or your laptop that needs to be configured differently.
Posted on Sep 29, 2011
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