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Connection to WAP

Hey guys, any suggestions on how I can resolve a problem I'm having connecting to my Linksys WAP. The signal from the wap is strong but as of this morning I can no longer connect to the interface to manage it.
Anything thoughts?

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Re: Connection to WAP

Disconnect .
open internet browser
type the gateway and press enter

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Why i cannot factory reset username, password and ssid ap? and i just can factory reset ip ap

What are you connecting the wap-1001 to? An existing network . Does the subnet mask match it defaults to
if the p.c you plug directly into the ethernet connection of the ap has a different subnet mask it can't talk to the router. how does your p.c get its ip address is it static or dynamic via dhcp server . ip is default of also is anything assigned .
the default password and user name is in the user manual

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I want to connect my HD TV to the internet, wirelessly thro my home network. I have purchased an access point (Linksys WAP610N) but that doesn't appear to support my application. Should I be using a...

An access point is used to extend the signal.
Have you set it up by putting the MAC address of the WAP into the router and vsetting it up as a repeater?
Watvh this video:

After you setup the WAP correctly, the TV should pick up the signal.

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Access point appears to have stopped working I cannot connect to wireless network but can connect with wired connection.


If you can connect before then suddenly it stopped working, let's try to isolate the problem first. Usually this problem occurs if the the wireless has been interfered by some sort of interference like cordless phones and something like that. To address this problem, you can give it a try changing the channel of the access point. To do this, follow the step below.

> Connect your WAP directly to your router
>Open your Internet Explorer and type
>It will prompt you to enter username and password. No username and password is admin
>When you get to the setup page, click on Wireless Tab and change the channel to either 1, 6 or 11. These are the strongest channel. Default is 6 so you may try channel 11 or 1 then click on Save Settings at the bottom.
>Now do a power cycle for 30 seconds then try to reconnect using your laptop

If that solution doesn't work, this time you can give it a try reseting your WAP to factory settings then reconfigure. To reset it, follow the steps below

1. Using a paper clip or a pen, hold the reset button located at the back of your WAP for 30 seconds then release it.
2. Unplug the power for another 30 seconds then plug it back in. Try to reconnect to your wireless network using your laptop
3. You can use the CD that came with it to reconfigure it.

If everything else fail, I'll suggest you to get in touch with Linksys support by calling 800-3267114 if you are in US or Canada.

Best Regards!

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Wap 54g asking for a network key? what is that? I have a house with a gite when guests come they want to use Wifi and i bought this to extend the signal but they cannot use it as its asking for a key

Contact your ISP provider how to get the WEP key...

Otherwise, just reset your router. there's a reset button at the back. When scanning for netwotk choose linksys with the one that has the best signal (4-5 bars) then connect. You won't be asked for any WEP key anymore.

Hope it helps! ^_^

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Cingular WAP settings

Hi..i am providing you with the WAP and other settings,but still if you need any help,then please contact Cingular at 866.CINGULAR(866-246-4852)

For CSD (Wireless Internet)
Function Setting
Settings Name: Cingular Wireless Internet
Home Page: http://device:home or http://device.home
Session Mode: Permanent
Connection Security: On
Dial-up Number: 14152441012
Gateway IP Address:
Authentication Type: Secure
Dial Type: ISDN (on network)
Analogue (off network)
Login Type: Automatic
(All upper case)
Password: CINGULAR1
(All upper case)

For GPRS (Wireless Internet Express)
Function Setting
Settings Name: Cingular Wireless Internet Express
Home Page: http://device:home or http://device.home
Session Mode: Permanent
Connection Security: On
APN: wap.cingular (lower case)
PDP_Type: IP
Gateway IP Address:
Authentication Type: Secure
Login Type: Automatic
(All upper case)
Password: CINGULAR1
(All upper case)

Now to set up MMS (Multimedia Services)
Name: MMS
Gateway IP 1:
Port 1: 9201
Domain 1: (blank)
Service type 1: WAP
Gateway IP 2: (leave alone)
Port 2: 9201
Domain 2: (blank)
Service type 2: WAP
DNS 1: (leave alone)
DNS 2: (leave alone)
Timeout: 10 minutes
CSD No.1 14152441012
password: CINGULAR1
Speed(bps): 9600
Line type 1: ISDN
CSD No.2: (blank)
User Name 2: (blank)
Password 2: (blank)
Speed(bps)2: 9600
Line type 2: ISDN
GPRS APN: wap@cingular
Password: CINGULAR1

Good luck :-)

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Hi am trying to get the ip of a radio levelone wap-1001 so that i can configure. how do i do this

radio levelone wap-100 I googled that and got manual for that device.... so do that, type in that phrase, above, into Google search... and take your pick.

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WAP connecting to another WAP

On the D-Link WAN page, change IP Address to static and give it an address about 30 away from both the Hawking and the Linksys. On the DHCP page, disable DHCP.

In a multiple router network such as yours, you can only have ONE real router. The others have to be disabled as routers. Disable thier DHCP and give them static addresses that are all at leat 10? or more from each other. Wireless should all be the same setup. The on;y exception is the SSID which can be slightly different to know which wireless you are on.

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WAP54G reset issues

This is done by simply holding down the reset button located on the back of the unit for at least 30 seconds. Once the WAP has been reset, it must be reconfigured. Using your web browser go to URL address
To access the WAP's setup page, you have to static out you computer to
Subnet mask:
Then you have to add the router's wireless mac address to the WAP. In the WAP, select "repeater mode" in the advance page. and type in the router's wirelesss mac address, that can be found in the wireless tab of the staus page.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

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Very slow connection!!!

my acsses level one wap-1001 not wourk after firmwer i do four it
from wep sit orgenal
she is tern on 15 sac and of anther tin
i ned th eprom in sed the acsses to sheg th flash in sid it
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WAP54G bricked power led blinking LAN connection shows as not connected

you did not specify where the wap is connected when you pinged it. Try this, connect the wap54g to your pc. Assign static ip on the lan of the pc, then ping if you can ping you should be able to access the configuration page. if the power is still blinking you can upgrade the firmware

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