Question about Microsoft MN-700 Wireless Router
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i'm using the MN-100 router right now and it works perfect with Vista! with DSL PHONE LINE
log into your base station(MN-100) defualt password is: admin
1. Make sure 'DHCP server' is set to 'Enabled'.
2. 'Network Mode' setting must be set to 'Routing mode'.
3. Works with Firewall enabled.
GO TO the page (Wide Area Network (WAN) Settings
enable: PPPoe-uses point to point protocal over ethernet
then below that enter user name & password same as you did the first time you used your DSL i include (MY)service name too(SBC Global) when done go back to home page click connect may take a min or two your done! after initial setup is done its fast and you dont have to put user name or pass in again either!
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
There is no driver required. Configuration of the router is done through your web browser. The address is 192.168.2.1. It would be best to do this via a cable connection as the wireless mode may or may not be enabled. If you do not have the users manual, here is a link to download it: http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...tion_guide.pdf
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
From your very brief explanation, my first thought is that you may not have the wireless settings set up properly in the wireless router.
You will need to connect first with a lan cat5e or similar type cable to first connect with the router.
If you have already done this, then the problem may be with your network adapter in your computer.
unless I knew more specifics, your problem is to vague to help further.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
Routers typically assign themselves an IP address of the form xx.xx.xx.1. However, it is standard for a multi-functional device that can be configured as an access point to assign itself an IP address of the form xx.xx.xx.2 when configured as an access point, under the assumption that there will be a router on the same network with the address xx.xx.xx.1. So try accessing your AP via the "2" address and see if that does it.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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