Hi. PLEASE HELP! Prior to moving at the end of Oct my router was fine and let me connect all the way to the internet. I moved to another house 15 mins away but still have Comcast. I have my wireless router set to WEP and once everything is connected ...comcast modem and wireless router...it's only giving me local access and not letting me connect all the way thru to the internet. WHY??? I've tried everything I could think of.. have reset everything..ect. It seems like it's something so simple and has to be if it's letting me at least connect locally. HHHHHHEEEELLLLPPPP!
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Re: Connection Issue ~ D-Link DI 514
Connect to your router, then on the computer click start/run, type CMD at the >, type ipconfig /release, then ipconfig /renew this will reset all ip address from your computer through your router to your modem. this should fix the problem. BPCS
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If u r inside a wireless network and internet is ok, u will able to ping both the wireless router gateway and modem gateway. If u cant ping the modem gateway, u can try connect the modem directly to your pc, and test again. U need to make sure the modem is OK, and able to connect to internet. Then only u move to check router. This is due to very often internet access having problem.
This is a problem with the firmware of the router, so the best way to resolve this is to flash or update the firmware of this router then after that reset the router by pressing the reset button for about 15 seconds so the firmware update will take effect....
If you want to use your former router, you just have to connect the previous router in between your modem and computer. Try turning off all the devices (modem, router and computer) for 2 minutes. Then turn on the modem first, wait for the lights to be stable then turn on the router. When the router lights are okay that is the time that you can turn on the computer and check the internet connection.
If the Internet connection still has not come back, you will have to reconfigure it for Comcast connection. You can try using the setup CD or access the setup wizard using 192.168.0.1. User name is admin and leave the password empty then run the wizard.
You will need to create your PPPOE internet connection on the router using your ISP username and password, access the router by opening internet explorer and type in the ip address of the router (example) > http://192.168.2.1 the router logon window will appear, use the username " leave blank" and the password "admin" -or- username "admin" with password 1234. Go into internet connections Select PPPOE connection enter your ISP username and password. restart the router and computer this should establish your internet connection. BPCS
what may be happening is the wireless pc as it was; needs the dns and ip address flushing, also the pc you connected the router to as you must have conflicting ip addreses
Click start run then type ipconfig /flushdns.
You should ensure that the router is set to enable DHCP to assign ip addreses and make sure your'e network cards on all pc's are set to obtain ip address automaticaly in the TCP/IP properties.
Restart the pcs and type 192.168.0.1 in your web browser and get into your router setings and check in the DHCP section that all pc's have been given an ip address.
If all fails you may need to reset the router
Well I believe wat ya need to do is simply obtain a NEW "Account" with NEW Logon & Password with a NEW Internet Service Provider.
Then you set up the modem to connect to the new ISP, at the NEW ISP's address, with the NEW Password & Logon.
When you got the modem ya should have got a "Setup" CD that should walk ya thru the connection routine...
Below is a link for a "Users Manual" that should help you get connected.