Bt broadband connection (dial up) when connecting router following start up disk seems to be ok but when i try to proceed to connect to http:192.168.11.1 to complete connection to internet tells me there is no connection what am i doing wrong or how do i find another way round this when i reconnect my bt adsl modem bt voyager 105 everything back to normal think its a problem with the ip address contacted buffalo FAQ told me to log into the router and follow instructions don't know how to log on to the router??? help not really up on all this
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Re: connection to intenet new router
to login to the router your checkk the default gateway address and type the same in to the browser and launch in to the router to do check the configuration...
mac - check in network coonections
pc - ipconfig
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I don't know the make. model, of laptop or your OS? Open network connections, is it enabled? Is there a Network Icon in the Tray Notification Area? You really do not need a Disk to connect. Just plug in the ethernet and boot the machine.The computer should ID the connection, if it enabled and working properly. If not open Device Manager , Network Adapters and enable the ethernet adapter.For further assistance respond to post.
It doesn't need a separate modem; it replaces a modem in your home network. If it's properly connected to the phone line, and you have an internet service provider (ISP) supplying you with a broadband connection, and the PC is connected to the router, then it should all work fine.
If it isn't all working fine, the most likely problem is either that the wires aren't connected in the right places, or that the PC's internet connection isn't set up properly (e.g. if you changed from dial-up with a modem to broadband with a router).
If you have recently changed from dialup to Broadband, and you're running Windows, use the Network Connections wizard to set up the internet connection. In Windows XP you can do it this way: 1) click on Start 2) move the mouse to Settings 3) click on Control Panel 4) double click on Network Connections 5) click on File 6) click on New Connection Wizard 7) follow the instructions.
Your ISP should have sent you a CD-ROM to help you to connect, so insert the CD when prompted by the New Connection Wizard.
Sometimes you can just insert the CD into the computer and you'll be prompted to do everything necessary to connect to the internet. BT, for example, do it this way.
If BT tested the phone line is OK but did AOL test the connection to the Netgear router and get the IP address of your Netgear router.
The phone connection is OK but the ADSL connection from the telephone exchange may not be working, that is why you are not getting an ADSL light.
If you have a router on your broadband, you need a RJ45 network cable - right next to the modem port on your laptop is a network port - this will use the correct cables you need to connect to your router.
If you don't have a router but only a broadband modem, just connect it to the USB port on your laptop, install the software and you should be good to go.
it does not matter.You got the wrong idea here.Broadband connection is a faster connection than dial up.If you have an internet connection then it means you can have any kind of email address,whether it be yahoo or hotmail or googlemail etc..