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Re: difference between router
Type II routers are Wireless ADSL (Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line) Routers.They are used as routers for connecting to the Internet Wi-Fi.(i.e)You may also call them as modem.Type II routers links a DSL to ISP(Internet Service Provider).You cannot change most of the Configuration of the type II routers, you allowed to change only few configurations.
Example :: >>Cisco 3620 >>UTSTARCOM WA3002-g1
The Other Router like Cisco 1800 series /2800/ 3800/ 7600/ Catalyst 6500 Series, they are all Higher Routers, where u can configure and Program them, for connecting a LAN/WAN/MAN.
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I see that your D-link Router will not turn on or power up as you mentioned.
If I may ask Have you tried a different power source / Outlet? also try ti find a different adapter with the same wattage on it and see if the Router will power ON using a different Power Adapter.
When did you notice your D-link not powering ON? was there any power surges lately, that can cause Router or Modem to get busted or damaged if ever you were either online or if the Router was turned on during the power surge.
The only thing you can basically do is try a different Power outlet or power source and a different Power Adapter of the same wattage to avoid damaging the Router more.
Frequent wireless disconnection can be caused by different factors such as:
• Wireless interference within the network
• Wireless settings of the Linksys ADSL gateway are still set to default
• Firmware is corrupted NOTE: Before going through the steps in this
article, check if your wireless computers have stable connection when
connected to other wireless networks (hotspots).
To resolve intermittent wireless connection, you need to perform the following steps:
You could setup two different profiles, one for each wireless router. Configure your home wireless router with a different SSID and encryption setting to the office wireless router. Then configure the wireless card in your laptop with two different profiles, one for the office wireless router and one for the home wireless router. When you want to use the home or the office wireless router, just call up the profile you require.
The last part of the IP address has to be more than 10 apart. That is to say: if your first address is 22.214.171.124 then your second should be 126.96.36.199 or higher or 188.8.131.52 or lower. I like to go for 50 higher or lower then you are well out of the range of your main router.
If you have tried 2 different routers, the problem there is the location of the router. I believe there's an interference happening. Make sure the router is located away from cordless phone especially 2.4 GHz wireless phones, microwaves and mirrors. If you can place the router on top of cabinet or mount it on a wall, that's better. The higher the better. Also changing the router's channel can greatly help. Normally, the router's default channel is 6. Change it to channel 11 and that will solve the interference issue.
Is there a computer connected directly to the router?Possible that the router do not detect any physical connection on it. if none of the number light light up it means that there might be no computer directly connected to the router .
Have you tried connecting your computer to a different port? how about using a different cable? How about a different computer?if theres a computer connected to it hardwired but still no light, try to connect your computer to the other ports of the router and check if the lights will come on. if not, try a different cable and a different computer. Possible that t could be a defective port, defective cable, defective lan card or the driver of the lan card on the pc is not properly installed that's why the pc is not detected
This is because they are on differing addresses.. you may have to "Bridge" the network connections.. the Wifi is probably on 10.0.0.* and the Wired is on 192.168.0.* you need to make a "Connection" between the two so the can "See" each other. You will find how to do this in ya manual.
Here is a link to help..
I "Googled" how to bridge wireless & wired networks router xp
So if ya get stuck try a "Google" ... :)