Hello! I connect to the internet using a adsl+2 wifi modem. I have connected two personal computers to the modem, one is wired and one is wirelessly connected to the modem. I am facing disconnection problems for the past few weeks and it is a weird one. I have no problem in browsing websites, watching videos online, connecting to instant messengers, downloading stuff but have problem only with online chat rooms.
connection to the chat rooms drops once every 30-45 mins and I have to reconnect to the chat. and this happens in many many chat rooms. the local tech at my ISP too has no clue as to why this problem occurs.
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Re: weird disconnection problem
How long have you had your modem? If your modem is old it could be as simple as getting a new one. Or it can be the isp faught. I would talk to your neighbors if you know anybody that has the same isp to see if they have trouble or not.
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Indian Telecom gaint Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has introduced 4 types of ADSL Broadband Modems(ADSL Basic Modem(CPE), ADSL WiFi Modem, ADSL WiFi-TA Modem & VDSL WiFi Modem) with Ethernet, Wi-Fi , USB, and Terminal Adapter port.
Which version have you got?
You can either use blue tooth which is very slow or you you can install a wireless card in your pc and use your phones wifi system to go on internet.
if you have an ADSL land line modem connected to your pc then you also use your phones wifi facility if the modem has a radio antenna connected to it which indicates that it has a wifi connection...
Follow the ADSL booklet instructions to address your phone correctly for the connection.
Your router has an lan address or IP. Something like 192.168.1.1. This is what you must connect to. Each of the machines you want to connect must have (in this example) an IP number between 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.225. As long as your machines all have a unique IP they should all connect to your router. Your modem will have a gateway and typically this will be something like 10.0.0.1. So setup for one machine may look like this [192.168.1.3 subnet 255.255.255.0
To find these setting, click on your lan connection, select "properties" and choose "Internet Protocol TCP/IP". Here you will see these settings. Your router guide will give you these settings, make sure you get them from your router guide.
the wireless router is not properly configured... configure ur adsl and disable dhcp server in the same. and then disconnect it ... then configure ur wifi router with a static internet address that is from the adsl range . put the default gateway as the adsl and save it, connect the adsl to wifi and switch both of them on... ur done... but make sure if ur adsl address is 192.168.1.1 the ur wifi address is 192.168.10.1
This is not a trivial task but to start, I presume that your Wireless Router is connected to an ADSL or CABLE modem:
1) Make sure that you can connect to the Internet/Web directly from the ADSL/CABLE modem.
2) Once you have step 1 validated, connect your Wireless router to the ADSL/CABLE modem.
3) Ensure that you can communicate to the Wireless router and use Netgear supplied software - I suggest that you connect your PC/LAPTOP used for configuration directly via an ETHERNET cable attached to your router:
'NETGEAR's Smart Wizard™ makes the set-up of the RangeMax™ wireless router easy and hassle-free. Smart Wizard automatically detects your ISP's network settings, then walks you through each step of the installation proces'4) When the installation is finish, try connecting to the internet via the ETHENET cable on your router. If it does not work, the FIREWALL on the ADSL/CABLE MODEM may be blocking the port and needs to be opened/disabled.5) You can now concentrate in getting the WIFI working by first using an 'unsecured/no encrytion' connection by setting an appropriate SSID.6) Once setp 5 is working, you SHOULD NOW SECURE your Wifi connection by using a selected encryption (such as WEP or better) and security key. ps. you will get this 'limited access' message if anywhere in the device chains the IP addresses cannot be resolved.
to monitor all traffic from all computers your computer would have to run the internet connection(modem) and you would have to connect your router to that. that way all traffic would pass through your monitoring computer with watever software you use to do this. Pritty sure this is the case.
Icons from left to right: The world: The Internet, if blinks there's not connection. The modem: Your ADSL/Cable modem attached to the yellow RJ45 port The router itself The computer: All the attached computers to the grey RJ45 ports The WL computer: All the computers connected via WiFi The lock: Means that there's WiFi security enabled
To setup your router first check.. Connect the Broadband modem to the computer using an Ethernet cable without the router installed and make sure that the Internet connection is active. If it is not, contact your Internet Service Provider. If it can go online, to setup connection.. Step 1: Connect the Broadband modem to the router’s WAN or Internet port. Step 2: Connect the computer to any available numbered port (1, 2, 3 or 4). NOTE: In this example, we’ll connect the computer to port number 3. Step 3: Make sure the power adapter is plugged to an available power outlet.
Step 4: check if you are able to go online wired..
if not your router has to be configured first, to config your router i need some more information your internet service providers (isp)name , and how many computers do u have totally..