I had a connection problem with the Internet and, in order to fix it, Verizon support had me disconnect my D-Link Router, which I purchased from you. I have a desktop and a laptop (also purchased the laptop from you). The router was connected through my desktop and my laptop was wireless. My connection to the Internet is fixed; however, Verizon was unable to tell me how to reconnect my router since D-Link is not a product which they support! So, my question is -- can I merely reconnect the router as it was connected and will it work as it did before, or does it need to be reset? The Verizon person to whom I was speaking had me reconnect the wires as they were before she made be disconnect them, but it didn't work. She then just told me that I had to call D-Link. Of course, I do not have free support service from them because I purchased it in 8/06, so I'm asking you. I don't want to purchase support if this is a simple answer. Thank you very much.
Well if I miss my guess, dsl has to go from the modem to an uplink on the router, cable gets plugged directy, look for a plug on the back called uplink, you can also reset the router to factory by getting a paper clip and inserting it inot the little hole in the front and press in for a few seconds, you shold see it reset by the lights
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Reason :- 1.Make sure your acer aspire is in range. 2.cheack is it your wireless disconnecting and reconnecting or is it your internet disconnecting and reconnecting. 3.Are you facing this issue with any other machine or is this the only one. If this is the only computer in which your wifi connection is dropping then there is issue with wireless connectivity.
solution:- 1.Turn of your router and modem and then check the wireless connectivity. If issue still persist then:- 2.Create a new network name and wireless security key and then connect to it:- Now check the wireless stability whether is it still disconnecting an reconnecting or is it stable now.
If issue still persist then bright your laptop close to router and then check wifi disconnecting any more or not if not then change the channel to 1 or 11 from your wireless router page.
Let me know if this worked for you or not. If worked then please rate my solution.
Please check in the Network connection whether the Connection status shows Limited/Local only. If in case the it shows Limited Only, then follow the steps: 1) Unistall Network Driver and restart then Reinstall the Network Driver. 2) Installed Updated Driver from the Manufacture Site. restart. 3) This should resolve the issue. If the connection status show Connected/ Internet. Then Configure the Wireless connection, by accessing the Router. Check the Router configuration and computer's configuration,.
I didn't fix the problem with the router(I disconnected the thing) but I did find out that I needed a new filter that connects to my phone jack. No problem so far with my internet connection and it has been 12 hours now. lol I am wondering now if I hook my router back up if that filter WAS the total problem. Now I am scared to hook the thing up again!! This was a lotttttttt of trouble and very frustrating.
I know you've heard this many times by now, but disconnecting the power from the router for about 30 seconds then reconnecting power should work. Obviously not. If your Xbox and laptop are doing the same, then it's not a computer problem; we can narrow it down to the router, the modem, or the internet connection itself (whether it be DSL or Cable). You may end up having to throw money at the problem and purchasing a new router. I'd recommend an 802.11n router from Linksys. If you're not willing to shell out money, even if you are, you should really try the Trendnet web site or giving them a call. You may just need to update the firmware. Try starting with Trendnet since the problem can be narrowed down to your router. Please let me know what happens.
Does your router have one LED lamp for each "wired" port?
If so, does unplugging the Ethernet-cable (the one that connects to your desktop PC) cause the lamp to go off?
Does reconnecting that cable cause the lamp to go on?
Also, on your desktop computer, there could be a lamp right beside where the Ethernet-cable connects into your computer.
Again, disconnect the cable, and reconnect the cable, to see if that lamp goes off/on.
Have you tried a different cable?
Do *NOT* connect your desktop computer to the 'WAN' port on the router -- connect it to any of the "LAN" ports.
This is what you have to do:
First, disconnected the router form the PS3.
Connect the router to the incoming cable and setup from the laptop using the setup wizard.
Once you have connected to the IPS then disconnect the router, connected the PS3, then the router.
You should be able to connect to the Internet.
If you have any question related to this router, please consult your router hand book, or repost your questionor e-mail me at email@example.com,
since this router has several feature, need to configure in order to secured the net work.
Lights on your router are indicators if the router is working properly or not. These lights are being controlled the the FIRMWARE of the router. If your router is no longer operating normally, you can do a FIRMWARE UPGRADE on your router. Firmware upgrade is a solution but sometimes harmful(it could kill your router). Make sure that Verizon already exhausted all possible solutions to your problem.
If a Firmware upgrade do not solve youe problem, getting a new router is the next solution. If the new router do not fix the problem, YOU HAVE TO LOOK FOR ANOTHER INTERNET PROVIDER.
I've not used one of these 2wire boxes before, but I believe the default router's address is 192.168.0.1. Try this instead of gateway.2wire.net to see if you can gain access to the router. This is just the starting point, but see if it works.
Here's a link to, what I believe is, the router's manual.
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