My laptop is saying that the IP address isn't there, but I've checked the router settings and it says it is there.
It's done this before and there was a simple solution, but I don't remember it.
I've tried the cmd thing already but nothing happened, and restarting everything.
My internet security expired recently so could that be it.?
Also I'm very near the router and I'm the only who is hooking up to it.
You've not given enough information to receive a straightforward
answer. I assume your problem is that you can't connect to your Belkin
router, and that you are trying to connect wirelessly? When you do a
site survey (that is, when you click your little antenna icon to 'View
Wireless Networks' in the area), do you see anything?
A common problem with wireless on laptops is that the user will
accidentally turn it off without realizing. There's usually a switch on
the side of the laptop that'll turn on or off your onboard wireless (to
save on battery power). Switching that will often resolve the issue.
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Both the routers are having the same default IP addresses that's why they are conflicting. Put only one router in the switch connected the a PC on the same LAN. Open your browser and put the default IP address (like for most of the routers 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1), hit enter and give the login ID and password (in most of the cases, admin/password orv admin/admin), go t configuration> IP settings> Static IP Mode> Change the IP from 192.168.x.1 to 192.168.x.2 (or any other other number except 1 and <254). Save and reboot. Now enjoy both routers plugged in simultaneously in the same LAN. :)
Your MT 882 modem most likely has a DHCP Server that will interfere with the ip address of the router. Did you plug the Router directly into the laptop then go to dos prompt and type in ipconfig/renew . Or reboot the laptop !
Then type in 192.168.2.1 into browser
You need to work out the IP address of your 882 modem and then change the dhcp server leases on it to start at 20 like it might be 10.0.0.1 to 18.104.22.168 or it could be 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.254 .
if you are planning on using both devices on the network !
Make the Modem DHCP start at 192.168.2.20 to 192.168.2.254 and then make the Belkin router / modem ip address be 192.168.2.2 and the 882 modem 192.168.2.1 if you plan on using the two devices together on the network disable the belkin dchp server.
if you are using just the belkin then the reboot or ipconfig/ renew will be all you need .
Did you try direct wiring the other pcs to see if they will connect separately? If they won't then check the network settings on each pc that won't connect. Make sure that the gateway address is the same ip address as the router is.
Did it work before the outage, all of them at once? If so go to the Command Prompt (RUN, type in cmd, enter and a small window will pop up), and where the cursor is blinking type in - ipconfig - (some win versions use winipcfg) , hit ENTER. That will tell you what address are set to. It should say 192.168.xxx.xxx.
Type in - ipconfig /release - ENTER. That will reset the addresses which should now all be zeros.
Now type in - ipconfig /renew - (make sure you have the blank space between the g and the /). This should give you the 192.168.xxx.xxx address for IP if your network settings are set correctly under Network Connections- Properties-TCP/IP
Sometimes under outages you need to reset both the modem, the router and the pcs to acquire the new addresses.
You will need to double-check your security settings. Apparently, the modem is trying to tell you there's a problem regarding this.
The easiest way to be able to access the router settings in this case, will be to provide a direct connection between your PC and the Belkin router (using a network cable) and then type in that address. If the address still doesn't work, double check the router's IP address by opening the Command Prompt (it's under Programs -> Accessories) and typing in "ipconfig", then hitting Enter. The IP-address you're looking for is listed under "default gateway". (Also, make sure your computer isn't using a fixed IP, set it up so it's dynamically assigned an address by the Belkin router.)
your desktop and itouch are working that means the router is working. Now on your note book check the IP address. It says connected to the network that means it should have IP address. Check the IP address, if it is a static IP address then set to using DHCP. Click Here for more info
First, is the Belkin handing out DHCP addresses? If so, do you know what the address is and is your laptop set to obtain everything automatically for the wireless connection?
on the laptop, can you go to a command prompt and type tracert 22.214.171.124 ? see where the hops stop and if it is the Belkin's IP address, then something in the Belkin is not setup to route outbound from wireless clients.
Make sure your physical connection is correct. From the modem, the ethernet cable should plugged in to the Internet/WAN port of the router. And your computer to port 1. Access the setup page of the router again and Enable the MAC Address Clone setting. Clone the MAC Address of your PC there then power cycle the router and modem. You should be all set.
How do you connect your Linksys router to Belkin router? Do you connect your Linksys router to the Internet/WAN port of the Belkin?
If so, what is the Internet connection type set in your Belkin router? Is it dynamic?
If the Belkin router is set to dynamic IP and if it is obtaining an IP address from your Linksys router(you may check the status page of your Belkin router and look for IP address), then you may need to forward or set that IP address as the DMZ to your Linksys router. Make sure that XBOX is still configured as the DMZ host in your Belkin
All devices on your network should be assigned an IP address. They need it to be identified on the network.
You can try rebooting your router. The wireless on belkin routers can be a bit temperamental. Then try the 360 setup.
If you are still coming up blanks, then check your router's DHCP server setting. Make sure that it is turned on. (It is the function that assigns the IP address.)
My lat suggestion is to manually assign an address to the 360. Try this only if you are familiar with how IP addresses work.
Hope this helps....