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Go into settings and change the channel BAND - make it to channel a,b or g or all together in one selction. you can find the channel settings in administrattion part of your router. Also check if security password is applied or not. check these settings on all devices.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would honestly suggest a new router. Although, you could check through the settings on your router and see if the wireless signal is lower then 100% for some reason. Also, see if is blocking any ports. A lot of new router's firewalls will lock a lot of ports down if it sees a virus or trojan trying to communicate outward, so do a scan on all of your computers. You can also try holding the reset button on the router for 30 seconds (you will need a pin or something small), then reconfiguring and using it and see if that helps.
You can also go through this website to try and update the software on your router.
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
SOURCE: Router connections
If you have a laptop in home 2 that is able to connect with NO issues whatso ever I would almost think its a security issue... Do you use the same kind of encryption on both home 1 and 2? (ie WPA or WEP)
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
To reset the Modem all you have to do is to get a Paper Clip or any object that is like a paper clip then just turn your router to the place where the LAN cables are and just nearby you will see a small button that is abit hidden , so just press that and while pressing it for 5seconds, remove the power cable and plug it back while the clip is still being pressed in the reset button.
Remove that clip from there and you should be able to see that your power light on the router is blinking, wait till it get stable, then all you have to do is login with going to 192.168.1.1 then enter the default username and password which is either admin, admin, or root, password. or root, admin
Then just configure your router again and all shall be well.
Hope this helped you.
Posted on May 26, 2009
SOURCE: have wireless signal but no IP
Starting from the obvious, check that the cables are installed correctly.
You have to have a cable that brings the internet to your place.
Connect that cable into the router's jack labeled Connection to Modem.
Then get another network cable and plug it into any other jack form the back of your wireless router, and the other end into your laptop, just to make sure you are getting connected.
Once you are sure you can surf the net, unplug the wire from your laptop, and you should be able to surf wirelessly.
And if you still can't connect, let me know to perform additional steps.
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Posted on Jun 28, 2009
1. did you first try to connect to the router via wire directly with it in the same room? then set up the wireless to work in the same room too.
2. once you've done that and it worked then move it to your bedroom. If it doesn't work there it could be that there is something inbetween the two rooms that is blocking the signal...ie a furnace can do that
3. if it won't work try relocating the router to another location. Try a different location in the same room first
but as i said , first get it set up and running in the same room so you know for sure it works.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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