Question about Dell Wireless 2350 Router
ISP's have different requirements for connecting a router
to their hardware. One required me to enter a static IP address,
another requires acceptance of a dymanic IP address and a third uses
dynamic IP addresses and requires a PPPoE logon from the router and a
configuration change to their modem to switch it to a bridge, and a
fourth I have read about require a reboot of their modem device to
recognise changes in the MAC address (assigned to the network
adapter) of the attached device (router). I am sure these are not all
the variations possible, Requirements for router connections
specifically the WAN side of the router are specific to your ISP. Often
in their help or support areas they either have FAQ's or help pages to
explain the requirements or an online technician available through chat
who can tell you what is required. Often however it is up to you to be
able to perform then necessary configuration tasks (especially on you
hardware) to make this happen. I may be able to provide assistance of
you identify you internet provider including local provider companies
and geographic location (city / State) in some cases to determine their
policies and requirements for attaching routers to their equipment.
Once you determine this connect the router and get a wired connection to work assuming the router has ethernet ports.
Then test an unencrypted wireless connection
When that works consider the following:
or general wireless security see
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
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