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can you connect screen I see in right side of your photo to vga output on laptop and use FN + F5 to switch windows output to secondary VGA device. IPad should connect to Wi Fi but not to Laptop.
Is the router wi fi if it is not plug laptop into ethernet port via cat5 ethernet cable . Do you have a DSL modem you need one to hook up DSL and then Ethernet cable to Router. Also DSL filters are needed on Phones or faxes .
yes, you can use them together. they'll find each other at protocol layer 2 (bridge) and layer 3 (router), and route packets appropriately. Check their manuals to make sure that their HTTP management page ip addresses are different - say 192.168.0.0 for one router and 192.168.1.1 for the other - so that you can manage them separately without disconnecting them. You'll want to manage them separately to assign them different wireless-N channels. Channel 6 is the default, and allowing both to compete on the same channel is a bad idea - give each its own wi-fi channel. There are 11 wireles 802.11n channels, labeled 1-11.
Each link in the diagram above is an ethernet (802.3 10baseT) cable (except the DSL cable, which is twisted pairs), and wireless devices can hop onto the Internet by wirelessly connecting to either the AT&T 2701 or the NetGear router.
Is your unit old or new? Basically, there could be other factors giving you that intermittent disconnection from the internet. One is your ISP's internet connection that could be intermittently cut, or your browser refresh rate. Check out this two before you can conclude that the router is the problem. First change your browser to Mozilla Firefox. We had experienced the same problem with Google Chrome and IE not too long ago. If all browsers behave the same, then try to ask your ISP regarding your DSL issue.
First thing to do is unplug your DSL modem and leave it unplugged for about a minute then plug it back in and see if problem is corrected. If not you should contact your ISP tech support. You could have a bad line from the phone company or bad connection in your house. Also if you have filters installed on your other phones you can have a bad filter that is causing interference and keeping yoiur DSL from working properly. You should go to "Start" > "Run" and type cmd and hit "Enter"
In the command window type ping google.com -t (Enter) This will start a continual ping. If you are getting ping times exceeding 70 - 120 ms that could be a sign your DSL is not functioning properly or if you get packet loss. That is when the ping time doesn't return a time periodically.
Your internet modem needs to be reset to find the router first. The modem will find the first address when rebooting the entire system or if something gets unplugged.. I've had great success doing the following: First of all turn off ALL computers, routers, modem ...everything... Then connect power to the main routing source... usually you've got your modem plugged into this.. Just start the router first with all ethernet cabling etc disconnected. Then secondly, connect power to the modem... As the modem connects, it will find the router ip address first... then you are set to turn on the wireless, and the other computers... and the router should designate proper ip addresses for all the peripherals and keep them connected without dropping someone off to allow the other address on... Hope this is clear.... So first the main router, then the modem followed by everything else... Let me know what happens ... and if you need more help...
what is the modem brand / name? maybe you need to get the modem placed on bridged mode first before you can connect the linksys wireless router. check the ip address and make sure it's the ip of the router.
--is your dlink directly connected to the internet cable ( rj 11)
--if it is having a modem in between
--we need to check with the modem status also
--the problem might also accure with the internet service provider
--check with them if they have any sort of outage in the area.
--as well as our doubt about the telephone line might also b correct
--as well as check if your router is not placed on floor
--your router should be near about five feet above the ground level.
--it may create a static and interuppt the signals
--make sure that you dont have any electro magnetic devices near by our router
--maybe satellite/Direct T.V. or fax machine, etc