I can conect internt by using cable but not wirelessly, i get message connected to acess point but internet, i tried all kind solution i fird on internet, unistall adapter , intall again, prephase key is entred concctly, i enterd wep key instead. nothing works , im frustrated im gona tro linksys router in garbage i guess. help me plzzz
If it's reading two of the same network on different channels like I read, then the router is not transmitting on the proper frequencies, it is a reject and should be returned for a refund...
The common rule for Wireless Access Points is that you can have AP's on channels 1, 6 and 11 and no have ANY crosstalk. If your computer can read something on channel 6 that should be on channel 11 then there is TOO much crosstalk and is just broadcasting poorly... I suggest trying to return it or get an exchange from wherever you bought it.
This isn't a really fixable and quite frankly it would require way too much work to make it work properly again for wireless connections. Sorry for that bad news, but from what I read this is what I'm lead to believe.
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Re: connected to acess point but internet
The first thing you should try is connecting one machine via a cable to the router, to see if the connection is stable. This will prove the router is working, or not, as the case may be. Assuming the router still fails to function properly, you can then replace it.
However this assumes that the modem and internet connection are working properly. If either is causing the problems, then the router might be just fine.
But if the router does appear to work fine when wired in, then it at least proves everything outside the router is fine. And while it is possible, it is rather unlikely that just the wireless part of the router failed without killing the switch/router part.
So try this, and once we have the result, we can take the next step
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o access the Access Points Setup, and the LAN IP address has not changed, then computer must have an IP address of 192.168.1.XXX. If the Access Point is plugged in via Ethernet to a Linksys Router and the computer is also connected a Linksys router via Ethernet, then the PC should already have a correct IP address (unless the LAN IP Address of the Router has been changed). If unsure, please assign the computer a Static IP Address so it will have an IP address in the same range as the Access Points IP Address.
If the Access Point is being connected to a hub/switch/router via Ethernet, then use the cable that was provided with Access Point. If the Access Point is being connected to the computer directly, then a Cross Over cable must be used. Cross over cables can be purchased at most electronic stores.
Remember: When ever a change is made in the Setup of the Access Point, the Apply button must be used to save the settings to the Access Point.
Open a web browser (such as Internet Explorer or Netscape)
When the browser opens, go to the "Address" bar and input the IP address of the Access Point.
Default IP addresses:
WAP11 v2.8 - 192.168.1.251
WAP54G v1.1 - 192.168.1.245
A "User Name" and "Password" prompt will appear, leave the "User Name" field blank and input the Access Points password (The default password of a Linksys Access Point is admin) into the "Password" field.
If your running xp, make sure the netowrk card is not disabled, make sure you rnot using a cross over cable. use the cable you got with the routers. Try reinstalling the network card, goto dell support andenter you model to get the drivers.
1 thing to check. goto start ,control panel. double click on netowrk conections. right click on the main conection witch is the card in your pc, goto properties. andin the list internet protocol (tcp/ip) click this. and pres properties.
make sure in here obtain ip addres is automatically. and obtain dns is auto too.
hello! there is a possibility that the internet connection setup of your router is not proper setup.. ex.. you need to know what kind of modem u use for ur internet connection, if you are using a cable modem, u need to mac clone the network interface card of your computer. if you are using a pppoe connection, u need to setup ur router using the username and password given to u by your isp, or maybe your setup is on a static ip addressing.. to check ur ip address that is giving by your modem.. connect ur computer directly to the modem and click on star, then run and type in to the box cmd and it will give u a dos mode prompt.. type in ipconfig/all and it will list the ip address, subnetmask, default dateway and the dns server..you can check first with ur isp what kind of connection u use for interner access
First acess your router with following link http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1 type username as "admin" and password as "admin" or blank or "password" then set your internet connection type as WEP then set encryption key it is your password when you clik on connect on computer. First connect your router to computer with ethernet cable but if it is in wi fi network right now no need of cable.
If your modem/router has a USB connectivity, you can connect it via USB. Else you will have to buy an Ethernet PCI Card, which wont cost you much.
I hope this solves your problem. Good Luck !
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I found this information on another site, but it may help.
Go into your airport utility and up at the top hit internet. Go to the DHCP and look at the DHCP lease. Mine was set up for one hour. I just set it up for 365 Days. So that means, in theory, I should stay connected and I would have to hit that Renew DHCP lease once a year. :-) It has worked fine ever since.
If you have your T2 connected via cradle/cable, then there really should be no problem. Just make sure your host settings are set identically to your pc's IP info/dial up or broadband service info. If you're trying to connect wireless, you need to have wireless service in order to connect. AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint are a few good wireless providers. Good luck!