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Configuring an alvarion router

How can i go about logging into the alvarion router?
how do i start the configurations
what am i supposed to configure?
how can i check on my configurations?
how can i run the configurations?
what details should i be having in order to configure the router?
are there different versions of the router?
how do i save the configurations.

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Well your asking a lot out of this. you need the software that came with it it tells you how to run it and ect... if you lost it look it up online for the software.

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My belkin n600 keeps saying no internet connection the light is orange but the computer registers the router


Alright. The orange light means the router has no problems with your inner (private) network or its internal configuration, but it can't connect to the internet by itself. So obviously, your devices, which are routed trough your router, won't be able either.

I've compiled a small list for things you can check to resolve this issue:

- Check if your ethernet cable is connected to your router. It can be a CAT5 DSL cable or a CAT5 cable from your modem, to your router.
- Log onto your router configuration panel on http://192.168.2.1/ or http://router/ by clicking log in at the top (the default password is blank). Should you get any problems with logging in, you might need to reset your router (button on the back, hit once for restarting and hold for 10 seconds for factory reset).
- Your problem is with WAN (Wide Area Network) or the outer network, so you will want to focus of that area of the configuration panel. Hit "Connection Type" and make sure you configure it accordingly to your ISP. If not sure, you can try and check the LAN/DSL configuration on another device that can connect to the internet via an ethernet port (the CAT5 from your ISP or modem) or just try the "Automatic" option.
- Check out the "DNS" section in the "Internet WAN" section. If unsure, try setting it to automatic. This will inherit the settings from a parent device in the network.
- Working with MAC addresses can be tricky. They are the fingerprint of your internet device (router, computer, LAN switches, modems) and some ISPs register your devices for security purposes. You should probably call your ISP and ask about it, if they need this configured specifically, they'll tell.
- If you're using a number of routers or a modem and a router you may need to change your LAN subnet mask or routers IP address in either your modem or one of your routers settings. This is only necessary if they overlap on multiple devices.

I have to say, though, 99% of the time it's either cables left unplugged or DNS misconfigured.

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How to configure router. How to access router configuration


When you buy a router they usually come with "setup" Cd's that set up your router, or guide you through the process. What most people do not know is you do not need this CD and in my experience these disc can cause frustration and confusion. <br /><br />You can access your router and configure it simply by using your internet browser like Internet Explorer or FireFox.<br /><br />On most routers(reference your user manual) you can access the router configuration page by going to the gateway address. The gateway address is the IP address assigned to your router. In a lot of the cases, this address is 192.168.1.1 but depends on your router. <br /> There are a couple of ways to find out this IP address. <br /> -Reference your router manual<br />or<br /> -In <a href="/../support/r9359087-find_wep_key_router_router_security#"><span>Microsoft</span><span> </span><span>Windows</span></a>, go to Start &gt; Run and in the run box type "cmd" or "command". A black window should open(MS-DOS). In this window, type "ipconfig /all". Look near the top of the output that is shows and you should see a "gateway address" field. This number is the ip address of your router. <br /><br />Once you know your gateway address, open up your internet browser as if you were going to go to a website. In the <a href="/../support/r9359087-find_wep_key_router_router_security#"><span>URL</span></a>(address) bar, type the gateway address and hit enter(see image below). A log in box should now show.<span> Again, reference your router manual if you do not know the administrative password</span>. Enter in your password and username. The following website has a list of default username and passwords and you may be able to find your router in the list. Click <a href="http://www.anameless.com/blog/default-passwords.html">here </a>for the website. <br /><br /><img src="g33k4u_7.png" /><br /><br /><br />Once you log in you now have access to the router settings and you can configure what you please. You can configure wireless settings, router log in credentials and other options. Have a look around and get familiar with it.<br /><br /><span style="font-style: italic;"><span style="font-weight: bold;">I would recommend</span> that if your router has a default password for </span><span style="font-style: italic;">admin/configuration</span><span style="font-style: italic;"> access, that you go ahead and create a new one. The default router passwords are usually very simple and this information can be easily found on the internet by anyone(as seen by the link I provided above!). People who set up home networks tend to leave this as is and it is a security risk. </span><br /><br /><br /><span>TIPS</span><br />-If you can't connect to the router and you know the gateway address, try plugging the <a href="/../support/r9359087-find_wep_key_router_router_security#"><span>computer</span></a> into the router directly using a Ethernet cable(LAN/patch cable). If you are still having trouble, you can perform a power cycle. Turn off your modem, router and computer. After 10 seconds turn on your modem, after 30 seconds turn on your router and after another 30 seconds turn on your computer. Try to access the router now. This also helps resolve other quirky router issues.<br /> -Make sure all the network cables, phone lines(if using DSL) and coaxial cables(cable/Broadband) are plugged in and secured firmly. <br /><br />-If you set up a password and username for your routers administrative access and can't remember it, you can reset the username and password back to factory default by performing a factory reset. On most routers this can be achieved by pressing and holding the small reset button on the back of the router for 15 seconds. <span style="font-style: italic;">Please reference router user manual for more information.</span><br /><br />I hope this article was informative. Be sure to check out my other tips and tricks. You can view my profile by clicking <a href="http://www.fixya.com/users/g33k4u">here</a>, and if you click Tips near the top left, you can view my tips!<br /><br />Regards,<br />G33k<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><span>Keywords</span><br style="font-weight: bold;" /><span style="font-weight: bold;">How to configure router, how to access router, how to log in to router, how to configure router security, how to access router configuration, router configuration, set up router, how to set up router, setting up router, router settings</span>

on Jun 10, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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The WiFi light is flashing. I couldn't log on internet via. the router. Much appreciated in advance, ZL


properly configuring the router?
check if the WAN port configurations are required by your ISP.

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My computer is not connecting to my Dynex wireless router. I've called my locate cable subscriber and they told me that it's a router problem. I've disconnected the router several times and it shows that...


First off, verify that you can connect to your cable modem directly. After that, hook up your Dynex wireless router and reboot your cable modem. After this, directly connect your computer to the Dynex router (using a cable). If you cannot get an Internet connection, then there is some issue with your Dynex router configuration. It's possible that there might be an IP address conflict with the cable modem. It would be best to contact support for configuring the Dynex.

If you can connect to the Internet with your computer connected directly to the Dynex router, then there must be some router configuration problem affecting your ability to connect wirelessly. You'll have to check the configuration--might be a good idea to completely reset the router and start over. If that doesn't help, you should contact Dynex customer support, as each router has its own configuration specifics. Good luck.

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Need to change my IP address, it wont log on to internet because the IP address starts with 169


The problem seems to be with the Win CE DHCP only working with a router configured as 192.168.1.1. My wireless router is configured as 192.168.0.1 and it is a no go for both wireless and wired. But if I plug directly into the DSL modem that is configured as 192.168.1.1 then the netbook works. If the netbook does not find a DHCP router then the AutoIP kicks in and assigns the netbook at 169.xx.xx.xx address which is out of range of most routers. So you router will need to be configured with a LanIP address of 192.168.1.1. Hopefully you ISP can help.

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How do i configure my router for better internet


log into router and enter the ports used for whatever games into it for direct feed to speed up these ports. Check the game web sites for the applicable port numbers.

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How do i locate my network security key / wireless router being used


Well, if you never set one, then it would be blank. If you forgot to write it down or lost the password, the simplest way to get the router password is to log into the router configuration, by typing the gateway into the address bar of your web browser (if you don't know the gateway open up command prompt (start --> run -->cmd --> press "enter") then type in "ipconfig /all" (no quotes) and scroll down until u see "default gateway: 192.168.something.something). Then log into your router with the user-name and password you used to set it up (the default user-names and passwords can be found here, for linksys it is usually a blank username and then "admin" (without quotes) as a password). Click on the wireless tab and then look through the pages for allt he tabs until u find the password (should be on either basic wireless setting or wireless security).

Good luck, message me if you have any questions/problems

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Can't log to 192.168.0.1


Is the router configured for 192.168.0.1? Not all routers are configured for that address, or have been changed from that address.

If this is your router, you may have to reconfigure it again. If it's not, then you will need to get permission to configure it, or to set your computer to log into to that router.

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ICMP: type 3 code 4 Errors


Maybe its the configuration of the router. Just try to configure the router, check its cables and check also the bandwidth.

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