Question about Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router
You know the drill. "limited or no connectivity", server not found, page cannot be displayed, no internet connection. I deal with this all day and and looking for assistance
Try to powercycle all of you hardware. Make sure that all of your settings from your computers to your router is on automatic.
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
Well if you have windows vista the problem comes from there and its a little complicated... it would take a lot of text that i wouldnt like to waste in vane. I will assume you run XP:
first you need to do is try to isolate the problem so uninstall the lan drivers and reinstall them all.
reset router configuration and reconfig it as basic as you can... as automatic as you can, just give a password and thats all...
if that does not help, your problem could be in tcp part of windows... so you can try repairing it by downloading lspfix here:
after that restart your system and if your problem was on tcp/ip that should work... otherwise its likely your windows have deeper problems and i would need more both general and precise information on your system conditions and characteristics... always remember that reinstalling os is a good choise if you have recurrent problems
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
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first step in configuring the Linksys router would be to connect the Ethernet
cable directly from the computer to one of the numbered Ethernet ports in the
Linksys Router. Then power up the Linksys router and then power up the
computer. After the computer has opened to it's desktop, double click on
Internet Explorer and let it completely open. It may display "Page cannot be
Displayed", but that is all right. Type the following address into the address
bar of Internet Explorer
http://192.168.1.1 and click on go.
Setup page should display in Internet Explorer. In the section labeled
Internet Connection Type, or WAN Connection Type
select the PPPoE option from the drop down list.
PPPoE is selected, enter your PPPoE DSL username and
password provided by your Internet Service Provider into the router's User Name
and Password fields. Backspace over the password field making sure
you start from the very beginning of the field and use the correct case.
Your username format can vary from so you will need to know exactly how the
complete username should be entered. If you are in doubt, your ISP should be
able to verify the correct name, format and password.
If the Keep Alive option is not selected, be sure to select it instead of the
'Connect on Demand' option. The 'Keep Alive' option will ensure that
your connection stays connected even when it is not in use.
Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the Save Settings, or the
Apply button depending on router model, to save your changes. You
may be prompted that a reboot will be required. Click on OK and you should be
returned to the previous page.
Close and exit the web browser.
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