Question about Linksys WRT160N Wireless Router
Try using LAN ports on the switch and also known working CAT5 cable.
Check the IP address of your wired computer:
1. Click on start and select run then type CMD
2. on the black screen type ipconfig
3. check the IP address if it has 192.168.1.xxx range if yes, then it is communicating with your router
4. if not, ex. 169.xxx.xxx.xxx it means that it is not picking up an IP from the router so have the computer restarted.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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