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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You choose a wireless router so you need to install in some freequency. You can choose the freequency by the list like 2.4 G.Hz ect. then just select the link & fix threre working ares / type. Avoid the command prompt. use bessic settings your user manuel help you further.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
Connect modem to the internet port of the wrt54g
Connect pc to port 2 of the wrt54g
Reset the wrt54g, push reset button for 30seconds with the power on, uplug the power for 10 seconds
Open internet explorer, type 192.168.1.1, you will be asked to login, no username, password is admin. This will take you to the router page. On the page you will se AUTOMATIC CONFIGURATION DHCP, change that to PPPOe, enter your broadband username and password. Click save settings at the buttom of the page. YOU WILL ONLY GET CONNECTION IF YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD IS CORRECT.
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
Reliance Wimax will be Dynamic (DHCP)
Step 1 :
Connect the Wimax wire from the wall outlet (power adapter provided by Reliance) to the computer directly. The computer must be in DHCP mode.
Check the IP Address of the Computer. It should be a public IP Address.
Step 2 :
Open a web browser. If you try to open any page, it will take you directly to the Reliance Broadnet Login page. Login with your Reliance User ID and Password. Then Log out.
Close the web browser.
Step 3 :
Now, connect the wimax wire to the WAN Port on the Router and the computer to any LAN port. You can open the Router Setup Page. Do MAC Cloning. Then, save changes. Run DHCP on the Router.
Also you can configure wireless network, by changing the SSID and security.
Step 4 :
On the wired computer, open web browser, go to Reliance Broadnet login page and login and start enjoying the service.
One problem, you might face is when the Router is turned off in between. You may have to repeat the Steps 1,2 & 3 to get the connection back.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Any router can be used as a hub by not using the WAN port. The cable which connects to the rest of your network goes into one of the 4 LAN ports, leaving you 3 wired open ports to connect additional devices. The wireless part will continue to function nomally.
You'll want to disable the DHCP router function in this router. Do this before setting it up as the hub. Connect to it with a cable from a desktop machine into the router - no other network connections at the same time.
Either use the setup CD for the router, or browse to the router address (192.168.x.x) depending on if you're using the default address, or it's been reconfigured.
Then turn the DHCP server function off.
Connect it to the rest of the network, and you're good to go.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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