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the joys of having your email address from your isp - did that myself and had similar problems. the email address doesn't have to exist for you to get into facebook, only if they need to send you a message so there must have been another issue. if you're certain the email address and password are correct, it should let you in (forget the fact the email address is gone - it doesn't matter at this point) facebook doesn't always ask you the security question you set in the first place. if all else fails, there is only one answer - a new account
to access the router page for linksys, you need to type 192.168.1.1 on the address bar. username is
" admin " password is " password " if it doesnt work, try "admin" for username and "admin" for password. then it would take you to the router page. and you can start configuring.
Password from ISP or router? IF you dont know pass from ISP, you can check from your ISP. But if you forget PASS for router, then i sugget that you try setting back your router. Reset it back and setting it again
You will need to check the wireless settings of the router ?
Is there any computer connected to the router ? If not then you will need to connect the computer to the router. open the set up page of the router and check the wireless settings of the router. Make sure that the wireless MAC filter is disabled on your router.
If it is enabled then disable it and save the settings.
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If you are using a commercial Wi-Fi network that requires a special login or subscription, see this article for more information.
If you are in a location with multiple Wi-Fi networks, verify that you are selecting the correct network.
Verify that the Wi-Fi network settings are correct:
Tap Settings > Wi-Fi.
Locate the Wi-Fi network you are currently using and tap
You can configure network-specific settings, including IP address, DNS, and Search Domain settings.
Use "Forget this Network" to reset settings for this particular Wi-Fi network, including the password. This is also useful if you identify a network issue and want to prevent the device from automatically using this network in the future.
Use "Renew Lease" to acquire new IP address, DNS, and Search Domain information from the Wi-Fi network.
Note: If the Wi-Fi network uses MAC address filtering, you will need to add the MAC address to the access list for the Wi-Fi router. The MAC address for your device is listed as the Wi-Fi Address in Settings > General > About.
Hold the power button until "slide to power off" appears. Slide to power off your device. When it is off, press the power button to turn it back on.
Reset network settings by selecting Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Note: This will reset all network settings, including passwords, VPN, and APN settings.
iPhone only: If you continue to experience issues, consider turning off Wi-Fi and using the cellular data connection instead of Wi-Fi.
If using a Wi-Fi router at home, refer to your user manual/documentation to assist you with some of these suggestions.
Check the manufacturer's website for your Wi-Fi router for firmware or software updates.
Verify the Wi-Fi router can broadcast an 802.11b/g signal. If using a 802.11n Wi-Fi router, consult the manual/documentation for how to configure the Wi-Fi router for 802.11b/g compatibility.
If you are using multiple WEP keys on your Wi-Fi router, try configuring your Wi-Fi router to use only a single WEP key.
Try or resetting (or turning off and then on again) your Wi-Fi router. Note: If your ISP also provides cable or phone service, check with them before attempting this step to avoid interruption of service.
Disable wireless encryption or security on the Wi-Fi router to rule out encryption issues. If this resolves the issue, try using a different encryption or security protocol.
disconnect all the connections from the router. connect only the computer to the port 1 on the router. check the lights on the router. Reset the router for 30 seconds . unplug the power to the router. plug it back in. wait for 1 minute.now check the IP address on the computer.
Win XP = click start ==> run ==> type cmd in run box and click ok.
you will see the command prompt. in the black window type ipconfig and hit enter.
now you will get the IP address and the Default gateway. Default gateway will be the number of your router.
This will open the roputer set up. not check the settings on the router.
If you connect the modem to the router, it works. now reconfigure the router as per ISP.
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Make sure comp lan and wan are both activated, Make sure the ethernet cable from modem is plugged into the input slot and NOT 1,2,3,or 4
Then after all is connected, unplug main modem for 10 seconds, plug back in, then do the same with wireless router. 5 minutes later, you should be good to go.
You can access the software of you router by opening up an internet page, and type 192.168.1.1 and hit enter. It should bring you right straight to the router's firmware/software where you can change any settings if desired.
If it asks for username and password, the default is usually admin for both. (see owners manual to be exact)