I have broadband using a BTHome Hub connected to my PC by ethernet cable (PC does not have wireless facility). Set up DMM using option 3 - "Music Centre to Wired Network". The MC ethernet cable is connected to the hub as per step 8. The MC is recognised and I can set up a new playlist, name it, and drag and drop to form the content. The new playlist appears on the HD screen while the Centre is connected to the PC, but disappears when I disconnect and return the MC to its usual position. Why is the new playlist not being saved on the HD? I must be missing something.
Sounds like you are switching off before mc has finished save, best software for transfwr etc can be found at http://www.lucia-mathias.com/wacs/, this is much easier than dmm and can upload tracks back to pc.
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Most people have to just work out the configuration by them selves BT do offer a lot of support (0800 022 33 22) Their equipement is pretty good and widely used. By the way the most least used channels are 1,6,and 11 there might be a default but these are the most complete channels which do not overlap(RE; cnannel 1]--2.412 Centre frequency(ghz) channel 6]--2,437 channel 11]-2.462
Unplugging the wireless router and connecting it again should not have altered the wireless connection/configuration. You have connected the cables correctly because the Internet works when you connect a LAN cable to the router.
The Linksys wireless configuration or the wireless card configuration in the computer was changed it to lose the wireless connection. The wireless card configuration needs to be changed to match the wireless router's settings or change the Linksys with new configuration settings and configure the wireless card accordingly.
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First thing, Does your printer have a wireless facility built in? If not it has to be connected to the hub with ethernet.
Normally setting up a wireless printer involves using cables until the set-up is complete. It's nothing to do with the router but all to do with the printer.
Best thing is to go through the manual.
> Try changing and creating a new wireless network name.
> Try changing your security mode like WEP to WPA or vice versa..
> Try to update you drivers on your laptop then restart your computer before connecting to your network..
> Try assinging DNS ( Domain Name Server.) ask your router manufacture for the DNS that you could use.
> Make sure you typing the correct password for your wireless network..
> Make sure you disable WI-FI protected setup and on the router.
> Try to disable Anti-virus and Firewalls on you laptop.
The only difference in using a wireless hub is that it will go between your router and your computer. The advantage is you can take your computer anywhere within range and connect using your computers wireless card (if you have one).
You won't need any more equipment or memory and most wireless hubs come with instructions. If they didn't give them to you, just Google the manufacturer and model of the hub and you should be able to find them easily.
After you've set up the wireless hub (which you can still connect to via your ethernet cable). your computer should notify you of wireless networks available. You have a utility to set this up within the control panel.
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BT is right, the fault is at your end, because you can connect to the Internet with an ethernet cable. You have lost your wireless connection with the wireless hub. This could be low signal strength (especially if the wireless access point is in one part of the house and your laptop is in another room) OR Your laptop wireless card has lost its wireless access configuration. Check your laptop wireless configuration, check your signal strength, check your SSID, check your security (WEP or WAP), Have you got MAC address filtering. Go to control panel, click on network connections, right click on Wireless Network, Click on repair (might fix your connection problem), Else right click on Status (should give you indication of how your wireless is functioning or not functioning). Check your TCP/IP settings is set for "Obtain an IP address automatically" Without more information it is difficult to identify exactly what is wrong with your connection.
Otherwise, in that case it need Usb cable drivers to be installed in PC..... then u have to make share this Usb network connection(in network neighbourhood........network connection). parrallel cat5 or cat6 cable should connect u'r PC to Router.
No, you do not have to have the broadband software
installed. To access the MS base station go to :
Using it as a hub and access point requires you to
configure is as such.
The MN700 can act as a hub/wireless access point using an
ethernet cable from your router to the modem port on the
The base station has to be setup with the ethernet cable
in port 1 on the base station connected to your PC. see
"Reconfigure the MN-500 as a Wireless Bridge" in this
article. same steps apply for your MN700
The last step is to reconnect the ethernet cable from the
router to the modem port on the MN700.