Just replaced a Linksys BEFSX41 Router with a Dynex DX-WEGRTR and performance issues have arisen on my two wired computers. Accessing Internet is much slower than it used to be and some (but not all) pages load as all-text after prolonged times. I assume the setup process made some setting changes, but it is not apparent to me!
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Configure the dynex on another computer that is not connected to the linksys router.
Assuming that your linksys is currently setup as 192.168.1.1
Turn off DHCP on the dynex and setup the IP to 192.168.1.2 subnet mask 255.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.1.1
use a cross over cable and plug each ends to the LAN port on port routers.
you should now be able to ping 192.168.1.2 (dynex router) from your other computers on the linksys router network.
any computer that is connected to the dynex should be able to get a dhcp address from the linksys router.
I'm not familiar with that particular router, but all of them are about the same. You can go in and edit firewall settings to allow a particular IP address to have access. Don't disable the firewall completely, just set it to allow that I.P address to have full access.
Dynex DX-E402 router, changing NAT settings(UPnP) to access x-box live. go to router settings web page for router, http://192.168.1.1/, enter user name and password to access settings page. user id is usually admin this also for password. under advanced settings click on forwarding. In listed sub-catagories click on UPnp. click enable. this should solve any NAT issues with X-box 360 signing onto x-box live. dynex dx-e402 was very easy to setup.
Unfortunately, the DX-E402 is not a wireless router, so it can not transmit its signal without a physical cable connecting the router to your computer. If you want a wireless router that can also connect to your ISP, check out the Dynex Enhanced Wireless G Router:
I reckon that you may need to configure your router to open ports to allow the internet traffic access.
If you go to this link it will help you to configure the necessay "Port Forwarding" settings.
Are you connecting with a wired or wireless setup?
Hope this helps - let me know if it does not