I bought a KR1 and am trying to use it with my Verizon PC5750 card. I have the KR1 hard wired to my desktop and wireless to my laptop.
The card works 100% when I use it alone with my laptop but when I put it into the KR1 It will hook up just fine and work well for a few minutes. Then it loses its connection. If I unplug the KR1 power supply and reconnect it immediatly signs back on and work fine for a short time. Then same happens.
What can I do to keep my Verizon wireless card and also use it in (through) the KR1. I have updated my KR1 software to their latest but nothing seems to help.
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I'd try calling verizon on the issue first and have them test your line. If that comes back clean, then you need to look at any extra equipment you may have at your house (alarm systems, etc.) that could throw disruption on your line. Also make sure you have filters on your phones!
If you already programmed it, yea hit the reset hold it down for at least ten seconds. And sometimes its not your home's fault, sometimes your internet service provider has problems, it would be a coincidence but just to cover all the bases I would have them check your connection make sure its ok.
Download the new firmware for your router. Should be able to locate it on the D-link site. Log into the router and let it update. Instructions on how to do this are in the manual or online. This should solve any connection problems with your router.
There are many new generation routers that you can use Verizon internet such as D-link DIR-45o, Kyocera KR1 and many more models. you can check the link so see how the product looks like http://www.kyocera-wireless.com/kr1-router/
Well, i also had a wrt54g router.Generally that type of router is only for a networkwith one, two max wireless items. When the led light is flashing very fast, it means it is working very hard. You may need to get a stronger router such as the wrt300n which can handle up to about 10 items. By the way, netgear routers are generally stronger and longer lasting than linksys.
Please understand as I get very basic to start but things very obvious to you I cannot see.
Generally when including a router in a home network starting from the cable (tv) or the phone socket (dsl) in the wall with a phone wire plugged in. The next box is generally provided by your internet service provider and is a modem/something that connects to the phone line or cable. Then sometimes when only one computer exists computers are directly connected to the modem with an ethernet cable (looks like a fat phone wire with oversize connectors) or a USB cable (small flat retangular ends).
When you want to add a router for multiple computers. The computer gets disconnected. If a USB cable was used it is often replaced with an ethernet cable and that cable connects to the WAN port (probably separate from a block of 4 lan ports) of the router you bought (tell me if you have two routers -- that is a different problem). If your service comes from a cable (tv) company your router may already be properly configured. If however you have DSL service from the phone company the chances your router is correctly configured are less. To finish with the cabling story -- your computer then hooks to one of probably 4 LAN ports all in a block. Now if you are lucky power on all devices and boot up your computer and see if you have internet access. If you do great if not please provide me the name of your internet service provider or a link to their help/support website and I will see what I can do to assist in completing the router setup. Until your wired computer gets access to the internet your girls wireless connections will not work either. Once we get the wired connection working we will address the wireless connections.
If necessary unplug the router and plug the computer back into the original cable until we get the router working.
Have you tried different ports on the router? If so have you tried other computers hard wired in? Hard wire in one of your laptops for awhile and see if they lose connection as well. If so then the problem is the router, but if they can stay connected then I would try either updating your network card drivers or getting a new network card perhaps. Let me know if that helps any.