Question about Linksys by Cisco WAP610N Wireless-N Access Point with Dual-Band
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to get into the routers settings and look in the menu for security and select atleast WEP security and either you type a password in to reveal a 8 digit code or type in your own mixture of numbers and letters, which will then have to be entered into each pc when they try to connect. You can also look in the SSID and remove the name or dissable SSID so as your network will not appear on anybody elses wireless searches.
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
Yes you do have to set a password. If you're unsure as to what the IP address is to get into it, Go to start then to run. Type into the box that opens up cmd. This should bring you to DOS (black backround with white text) Once in there type in ipconfig then press enter on your keyboard. Usually the IP address is 192.168.0.1 This should show up as your default gateway. If not then write down the numbers that are there. Then type exit and that box will disappear. Type those numbers you wrote down into your address bar and you should be into your router. Usually the user name is admin and the password is either password or admin. Once you're there click on wireless and the put the dot in WPA PSK. This way you can put your own password in but it has to be at least (eight characters in length) Once you've done that click on apply. This will take all the computer offline on your network until you type the password when you want them to connect to your network and protect you from others using your internet. I hope this helps you
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
Darvin, gotta love your ISP. Never fear......
if it isn't too much of a problem (knowing you have wireless setup done already), then do a factory reset on your router ** remember to copy the WEP Key if you have, or recall the PASS PHRASE so you won't have to reset all wireless devices ** Reset is located on back, you need a ball point pen to reach the reset switch.
Reset process: unplug, take ballpoint pen & insert into reset switch & plug unit back in. Sometimes tricky, but you should notice green light goes to yellow/orange upon resetting.
RESET or NOT - you want the Linksys set for ::
Connection Type - AUTOMATIC (for automatic discovery)
Router IP Address - 192.168.2.1
DCHP - ON, Addresses - 192.168.2.100 and allow 5-50 users
(for security, assign the number of DESKTOP + WIRELESS expected users +1, this way you don't get overrun without knowlege)
Take the cable from Aztech ETHERNET OUT to WAN on Linksys. (usually BLUE) (??) not 100% sure as I have the little silver pocket edition of the same Router. - power cycle (turn both DSL modem & Linksys off for 20 seconds. turn on DSL Modem, wait till it's about as ready as possible, turn on Linksys, should only take 20-30 seconds to power up & recognize.
VERIFY SETTINGS: access router - 192.168.2.1, goto STATUS. you should see IP Addressing, SubNet, DNS1 & DNS2 settings. If you do not, then you have no internet connection.
Setup Linksys Router with COnnection Type: PPoE, you will need your ISP assigned ID & Password. Follow all other instructions properly.
If you still have problems, please contact me at 906-495-1707 or via Yahoo IM firstname.lastname@example.org or through this website.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Temporarily disable all security on the router AND your laptop wireless card and try again to test connectivity.
The exact error message should be:
"Windows was unable to find a certificate to log you
on to the network [SSID]"
This is caused by setting the encryption to WPA-RADIUS instead of WPA-PSK on the client radio. Both the router and the client are
trying to find a RADIUS server with which to authenticate your system.
Switch the encryption to WPA-PSK (pre-shared key) on both ends and it should work.
Also check to make sure that IEEE 802.1x authentication on the wireless network properties Authentication tab is disabled.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
I have same problem with WRT54GS router and WPC54G Notebook Adapter. These worked fine until recently...I suspect something to do with installing XP updates and needing new drivers. I tried everything suggested...even updated LELA to newest version, but no success. After hours of frustration, I was ready to chuck it and head to Best Buy to get something different. But I tried one last solution suggested somewhere and it worked for me. Here it is in a nutshell: Uninstall LELA on all computers...sure it's got nice graphics and features, but who cares if it doesn't work!!! Then plug adapter into notebook and let it find the new hardware on it's own. (Linksys is very adamant about running their CD first, but don't do it! You can run the hardware with Windows just fine without LELA.) When the hardware install wizard asks, then put in the Linksys CD so it can download the drivers only. Then set up the wireless network in your network connections and change any necessary router settings directly by accessing it via 192.168.1.1. Yes, I would love to have LELA up and functioning and feel like I have somewhat given up, but when software creates more problems than solutions, I've gotta cut bait. My network now works great. I put a Network Connections shortcut on my desktop to monitor things myself. It's simple and life is good. From these forums, it is obvious that LELA has some real issues. Too bad Linksys hasn't provided a better software product, considering the huge amount of time and money their customers have invested in trying to get it to work!!
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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