Question about ASUS WL-500W Router (WL500W)
I've been getting this error message (Peer not responding) from the internet connection status page on my Asus WL-500w router. Is there a solution to this problem. Much help is greatly appreciated. I have this router connected using a DSL Siemens speedstream modem 4100 model.
how your ADSL internet service provider, lock connection from any his machine ? Or your ISP dont provider for IP ADDRESS for DHCP or your ASUS dont set up get IP from DHCP.
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Posted on Mar 28, 2008
someone has tapped your wifi call your local service provider they bring out a device that searchs those hidden theives that are stealing your signal for right now i would disconnect wifi and go straight ethernet or usb till service providers tech comes out once you down your signal pull the plug for a day they should let off
and if you still want to use your internet pull only the router plug out of wall for at least 25 seconds and plug back in this resets router so connection can come back up and establish
Posted on May 17, 2008
This will give you a "Double NAT" setup. Meaning, Your D-Link router is connected to the external internet address assigned to you by your internet service provider. More than likely this is a DHCP address you do not control. Your D-Link router is then translating the address to the 192.168.1.x network. This is the first NAT translation. You are then connecting the ASUS router to DLINK, causing a second NAT translation. (Internet ADSL --> D-Link WAN Port --> D-Link Lan Port --> ASUS WAN Port --> ASUS Lan Port to computer/server/etc. ) If both of your routers are giving out DHCP addresses, then this is all that is required.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
I had the same problem. The problem is interferance from other devices. Solution, Change the channel from auto to a fixed one. That worked for me. No more droped connections, and a very strong signal now.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
1, connect your wireless router with cable to your laptop,
2. Login into your Asus-WL520gu and setup your wireless how you want it to run." do not bother with putting your username settings in there"
3. In your Asus-WL-520gu after setting up your wireless turn the DHCP off in it.
4. Now connect the cable that you have connected to your laptop to your router instead of your laptop.
""You should now be able to connect to the wireless with your settings. and connect anything ells you want to the other 4 ports on the back of you wireless router"" note: do not connect anything to the WAN port as it is used for DSL modems; and not Routers with ADSL modem.
when connecting a router to a router - the one that is connecting you to the internet needs DHCP turned on because it is the one that will be giving you IPs and Gateway settings - the other router such as wireless router after setting it up needs its DHCP turned off - other wise you will have 2 routers trying to do the same thing with ip's and gateways. And you should never connect a modem router to the WAN port as it is a modem router and NOT just a DSL-modem. The WAN port is intended for DSL-modems only. Not only consumers but also many technicians make that mistake
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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