Wireless router disconnects, regardless if its hardwired or wireless.
it requires that i reboot the router (unplug power) in order for it to re-set and gain connectivity. once connected - 10mins later the connection stops, and will not reconnect automatically; it requires unplugging power again.
Wireless feature is terrible, slow and drops frequently. i have searched for firmware,nothing! i have called tech support; only to be frustrated with no solution! i have changed static ip to dynamic and vice versa, changed channels, changed ssid, changed security etc... to no avail.
I don't think that it is a problem with your IP address settings. I would disable all security temporarily, just to see if that makes a difference. If you are using Windows Vista, take a look at this post and see if that could be one of the underlying problems.
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Please try to update the firmware of the Router,corresponding to your Model and the Version Number of the Router from the below Mentioned Website
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Hardwire your PS3 to router or connect it wirelessly by scanning from PS3....
Now hardwire your computer to any of the wired ports of the belkin router....
Goto start>run>type "cmd" >type "ipconfig" note down the default gateway address.....usually it ll be 192.168.2.1
now open any web browser and type the default gateway address in the address bar and hit enter.
In the belkin router set up page
Click FIREWALL and disable it....apply changes
click system setting and enable upnp....apply changes
click virtual servers and open the ports for PS3...and enable it...
that all...you are done with it...
you can also enable DMZ....it ll also resolves the issue....
There would be a reset button on the dotted side or at the rear end of the router. Keep that reset pressed tight with a paper clip or a needle for 3 minutes with power plugged in. When you are pressing it, you may see the lights flashing on the router. After releasing the reset button, after the lights come up, unplug the power cable and plug it back in after 1 minute. After this if you have the CD, try re-configuring it for your internet service. In this issue, there are two possibilities, either the IP address is 169.254.xx.xx or else it may show as media disconnected due port speed negotiation. The above mentioned fix is for 169.254.x.x issues, and media disconnected issues occurs rarely. But this will fix your issue 99%, but for 1%, you can always get in touch with me with more details like model #, number of computers, etc.
You do not need a bridge if you are using a wireless adaptor on your pc in the other room. Just set up the Belkin Plus router to the WEP security settings you want and make sure the pc wireless usb adaptor has the same settings as the router. You should be good to go.
Well,You just need to hold the WPS button for 5-30 seconds and release if it doesn't work try rebooting your router.If rebooting the router doesn't work you can also unplug your router and wait 10 seconds.If nun of these work try troulbeshooting. Good Luck!!!
Log into the Belkin router and make sure that the DHCP services are running. If it is, and you still are not getting addresses, perform a factory reset of the router. There is a link in the web management console to do this.
You should be able to hardwire (Ethernet cable) those pc's to the router. If it is wireless and you are not running cables directly from the router to the pc's, you have to have wireless cards installed in each of those computers in order to pick up the 802.11 wireless signal. The wireless software on the pc will find the router as long as the router is in range. If you have setup the router properly you should be fine. You may just need to power out and reboot the modem and router after connecting the pc's in order to assign new IP's to each computer receiving a wireless signal.
If you have any problems please respond with as much information as possible including model numbers and ISP provider.