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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Missing SSID
well more then likely someone reset your router. now securing it again will depend on the model but typically from the internet explorer window type in the address bar 192.168.1.1 it will prompt you for a username and password username by default is "admin" and leave password field blank and click ok. this is for most models.(if you are not able to access this you are going to need to find the manual or get then model # and goto linksys.com to find the default password for that model"
from here click on "wireless" at the top then click on "wireless security" here you can choose the security mode either wep or wpa enter your encryption key click save settings and now your router is protected again.
If you still are having problems write back the the model # and I or someone else will be glad to help you.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
Perhaps you might wanna try checking the IP address of the printer and see if it matches that of the ones that are mapped in each individual computer. There might be many factors in the "strange" events that have occured (PC gremlins, i call it). That should be an initial starting point.
Resetting the router wouldnt help, cause it is the router that issues different dynamic IP addresses (otherwise known as DHPC) to each and eveny node connected to the netwrok as well.
Another important thing to note is HOW these devices are connected to the router. Wirelessly? Wired connection? The fact that you can see the printer via the router means that there is no problem with the router's end, so the problem lies in the intermidiate connection from the computers to the router. Try to work on this angle. Thanks.
Posted on Jun 02, 2008
do you have the program disc if you do then inset it to the computer and hit restart installation and then follow the steps but make your you know your router name (SSID) first.
Posted on May 17, 2009
You must first connect your printer to the pc using usb cable, then run installation wizard that is on the CD that came with the printer.
Wizard will guide you through the setup orcess where you will provider your routers ssid (linksys) to your printer, and your printer will use that ssid to connect to your router.
After the Wizard setup is done, it will tell you to disconnect the usb cable and only then your printer will work on wireless.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
The SSID (Service set Identifier) is the NAME you give the wireless network (the Name of the router) and you can only have one.. BUT you can have a seperate password (key) for guests to access the router.
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
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