Question about Zhone (6218-I2-200) Router
Am using a ZHONE 6218 ADSL Router and I use a FUJITSU Lifebook(B Series) when the WIFI is done i can see the SSID, but when i click to connect after sometimes it says "not found or out of range" all the other SSID does ask me to input the network key, but mine doesn't do so, but other at my plc are able to access internet via that connection even from their laptops and mobiles with WIFI.
there is no IP restriction or any MacID filtering. i tried so manythings.. hope someone would be of an help on this.
Try to configure you router with WPA authendication. provide some encryption password,if asked. Then configure your lifebook with manual ip by wifi adapter ->network settings-> tcp/ip properties - > specify manual IP something like 192.168.1.2 Now try connecting to your router.It should ask for network key and will connect if key provided matches with the one configured.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The manufacturer won't have your installation CD because that process is exclusive to your ISP. Check your ISP's website to see if they release their setup software online or contact them to get the required CD.
Posted on May 13, 2008
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Zhone (6218-12-200) I have wifi encrypted to manage 4 passwords. I am having a problem entering 3 additional at 64-bit - keeping in mind each person would be assigned to individual access codes
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
try these simple steps...
connect your computer to one of the LAN(wired) ports of router...
check the ip address and default gateway of your local area connection through control panel > network connections.... if you get the ip adress in the range of dlink router then try going to start > run > type "cmd" and hit enter >command prompt will appear... in command prompt type this
start iexplore(default gateway address) and hit enter...you will see the settings page of your modem.... go ahead and disable firewall and enable dmz for your ip address... also forward the ports that are necessary for your gaming device...
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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