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Error 321 Getting 321 error - erthernet cable not connected

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Are you trying to connect a computer to the network or it is another wireless device.
For this you don't need to use Linksys Easy link advisor.
All you need to do is, open the router set up page and check the settings of the router.
according to the settings on the router, you can connect the new device to the network.
is ther any computer connected to the router?
use that cmputer to open the router set up page.



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Error 321


You get this error when you try to install the router using the CD.
This error shows that your computer is not connected to the router or the connection between the router and the computer is not working. When you run the CD , it will ask you to connect the computer and the modem to the router with the cable. You will see all the lights lit up on the router according to the instructions but still you will get error 321.
In this case you will need to check the firewall settings of the computer. If there is any firewall installed on the computer, then turn it OFF. Make sure that the Local area connection on the computer is not Disabled. The local area connection should not have any static IP address assigned. If there is any then set the IP address to automatic.
Try to run the CD again and see if that works. If that doesn't work then try to setup your router without the CD. You can setup your router manually.

from http://fixhomenetwork.com/blog/error-321-router-setup/

For help in setting up router without the cd go to:

http://fixhomenetwork.com/router-set-up.php

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Everytime i set up my router it says "your ethernet cable does not appear to be connected properly. Error 321: Ethernet Cable not connected" now i have tried setting this up multiple times but i keep...


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That is actually a bug in the CD. Even if the cable is connected it shows that it is not connected.
You can set up the router manually, without the CD.
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Still not connected


vhevk your ethernet cable wire.
if u connect router to swithc then use straight cable.
if u use router to computer use cross cable.

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