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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Belkin setup problem
First of all, as far as your ISP is concerned, are you using an always-on connection that doesn't require a username/password (such as basic digital cable) or are you using a PPPoE connection that does require authentication (such as DSL)?
If you're using basic cable, you should be able to bypass the setup and configure it manually if nothing else. Let me know.
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
Hi...if your router has WPS capability, such as a special button to set up wireless security, then to use it your client computer/device must also be WPS enabled.
If it is, there are usually two options to configure WPS security: the push button method, or the PIN number. The push button method usually requires that you press the WPS button on the router, then within a set time, press the equivalent button on the computer (eg laptop, or whatever device it is). The PIN number method requires a PIN to be entered into the client computer. The PIN can sometimes be found on a sticker on the router.
Your manual should help with the details, but see this page for some more info.
If you don't have a WPS enabled computer or don't want to use it, you can set up security manually. Please come back to Fixya if you'd like help with this.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
avast virus disable it then try it you get the other wise reset the router and re-configure it after reset you get the all configuration in default setting then you easly get it but anti virus disable then work after then you can enable
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
You can adjust MTU from within the Belkin Router administrative console. You really should not be changing it unless your current ISP gives you a specific MTU setting, otherwise you could disrupt internet connectivity.
Default IP address: http://192.168.2.1
Default admin username: Administrator
Default admin password: <blank>
Be sure to set a password for your router!
This is the address where you change MTU
Belkin Wireless G User Manual:
Windows Tools to adjust MTU:
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
Sure the reset button will fix this, because it will reset the router tofactory defaults and erase all personal settings.
The better and easier way is to connect one of your clients/computers to the router via an Ethernet cable, login to your router (The default is http://192.168.2.1), go back to your wireless settings and either write down the key or delete it.
Now connect from another computer and provide the network key when asked for it. Make sure that broadcasting the SSID is enabled in your router, so computers can "see" the network. (Look at page 47 of your manual for details.)
If you don't have a manual, you can download it here.
If you have any more questions or need assistance with any of these steps, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
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