Question about Belkin (F5D6230-3) Wireless Router
Thanks you for assisting but I still can't connect. I have a message prompt noting of a conflict on i.p. address with another network.
It seems that you are not connected to the wireless connection ..i think the operating system in your laptop would be xp..to fix this problem
right click > wireless n/w connection > click view wirelss network connection > click change the order of the preffered network connections > select your wireless network name > from preffered wireless network and remove it..and then right click wireless network connection icon again and try connect to the network.. you will get connect.. and will get an ipaddress..
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
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The router must be configured to match your
Internet service. If you do not know your
Internet connection configuration, please
contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
By default, the router is pre-configured with
• Automatically set IP addresses for
computers on your LAN (connected to the
router's ports 1-4). The router acts as a
server for dynamic host configuration
protocol (DHCP) and assigns IP addresses
in the range 192.168.123.100 through
• The default LAN IP address for the router is
192.168.123.254 with a subnet mask of
• The Internet service connected to the
router's WAN port uses a dynamic IP
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make sure that you are not connected both wirelessly and wired to one of the pc's, dissable the wired ethernet cards on all of the pc's as this may be the problem, and check in the DHCP client list in your router, refresh the list if you are able and see if there are two references to one pc with the same ip address.
assuming you have DHCP enabled on the router this should not happen as long as your wireless adapters are set to obtain an ip address automatically.
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