Sitecom 300n router wl-341 .
can't setup to virgin braodband
gives me a 7 number key and when I type it in, it goes on about ascii and dexa... ?? saying the key should be in that form and different lengths
I have no idea what they are on about
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Which modes are you trying to use this Sitecom? If you have the Sitecom as your Access Point (AP Mode), then you would need a LAN connection to your internet gateway (DSL, Cable Modem, etc). I didn't see any LAN hook up so I assume you are trying to use it as a wireless repeater. So you need to configure the unit differently. The 3rd mode is called Bridge mode. Again, you need to have a LAN hook up to your local network with a router or network switch. Because your Tablet is connecting to the Sitecom okay, which mean that you either have the Sitecom setting for AP mode or Bridge mode. And the reason it didn't give you access to internet because there is no internet gateway connection to the Sitecom (LAN). I hope this answer your question (or confuse you totally).
I also had this problem when the BTHomeHub goes down, power loss etc. I seem to have fixed the problem by changing the wireless config in the homehub to use a fixed channel, (the default is automatic which means it changes each time it restarts). This has been running trouble free for a couple of weeks through a number of power outages.
Can't help with Qs 2&3, get the same problems but less of an issue now that the thing works all the time.
Reset the router via the little hole in back/underneath. Then simply set it up again, properly. Below is a link for the manual it has a step by step walk through for setup to help you.
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Go to START and find RUN, then type in CMD and hit ENTER,
should throw up a black box (Dos window) you will type IPCONFIG and it should
give you an adapter gateway ip address like 192.168.0.1 or something like that,
from there close out that box and launch internet explorer or firefox or
netscape or whatever browser you use. Type in the ip address where you would
normally type www.google.com. Hit ENTER, this will interface you with the
router. It might be password protected. Usually the username and password are
both the word admin. If not look at the bottom of router for password. Look for
wireless tab once in router and select network type as wep. Look for the key
that the router automatically generates. This will be your wep key. Now your
wireless connection will be secure. Hope this helps...Tennis123
I think I have the solution: you have to click on the basic settings tab, then n "site survey" button, then (optional) on "refresh" button. Now you will get the information about your network, and you just have to check the channel number of the signal from your main router. then you have to set that channel in the "channel" button of the basic settings tab. You also have to choose Universal repeater as working mode of the sitecom device, instead of Access Point. Hope it helps. By the way, all these settings should be automatic in such a device.... But this sitecom range extender is ****. I suggest everybody is reading: DON,T BUY THIS ITEM!!!! Spend 10 bucks more and get a working one!!!
This 10dBi omni directional antenna enables you to very easily extend the range of your wireless network. By linking the Omni Antenna to your wireless router, you gain the benefits of an optimum wireless signal while minimising the number of ‘dead spots’ (points in your home where the signal is either weak or lost). However it does not fit the following types of routers,modems and accespoints: WL-143 WL-122v2 WL-114/WL-517 WL-114v2 WL-108/WL109 WL-111 WL-106 WL-025 WL-018v2
These antenne's will also fit other brands of wireless products that use an SMA connector