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PC's on network cannot view the same site at the same time

I have a Belkin Wireless N router. 1 wired and multiple wireless connections. I am having problems with the network pc's viewing the same site. e.g if one pc goes to www.google.co.uk another PC on the network cannot view that page. The page still cannot be viewed even when the first pc closes down that page. Never had this problem before. Any ideas?

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  • ar2k Jun 19, 2008

    I have the same problem with this router. I've installed the latest firmware from Belkin and still not solved. I have version 4 of this router. My PC can visit www.google.co.uk but when the second PC visits this site, it returns "Page cannot be displayed" after 10-20 seconds. I'm sure it's either something to do with the routers high level of security or possibly a NAT translation problem. No solution yet and cannot find one anywhere on the net.... :o(

  • why_14 May 11, 2010

    What version do you have? The version number can be found on the bottom of the unit (ie 1000, 2000, 3011, etc) Just want to confirm, when you can access the same site, can you access other sites?

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Hold 5 on my post, i worked out a solution!! :o)

It appears to be a DNS problem with the N1 router. Basically it is adding the routers IP address as a DNS however it seems to get corrupt. By gaining the IP addresses of your ISP's DNS servers, just go into the TCP/IP settings of your network card and manually add your DNS information. You can check to see if the router's DNS has been removed (normally 192.168.2.1) by going to command prompt and typing ipconfig /all.
Problem solved! I've been fighting with this one for a while and happy to have reached a solution!! :o)

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I have a new Belkin Play router and when I watch a video online (like a you tube video) it pops up and says that my Belkin router password may have changed. It then asks me to re-enter my password and then...


= The Belkin Router Utility Might Not have Been Installed Properly.

> To Get Rid of this Issue 1st of all Disable or Uninstall Belkin Router Utility.

- Goto Start > Control Panel > Uninstall Programs

- Select Belkin Router Manager Utility & Uninstall It.

> Now you Have to Remove preferred Networks & Join the wireless Network.

Steps to Remove Preferred Network & Joining the Network

- Windows XP

- Goto Start > Control Panel > Network Connections > Right Click on Wireless Network Connection > Click on Properties > Select Wireless Networks Tab > Under Preferred Networks Box > Select your Wireless Network Name & Click on Remove Button. Close the window

- Right Click on Wireless Network Connection & Click on View Available wireless Networks.


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- Wireless Network Connection window will appear. Select the network you wish to connect and click Connect. It will ask you For a Network Key Type in your Password.

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> Windows Vista & Windows 7


- Go to Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Click on Manage wireless networks Right click on your wireless Network > Click on Remove Network .


> Connecting to a Wireless Network.

- Goto Network & Sharing Center Click Connect to

- Select your wireless network & click Connect


- It will ask you For a Security Key Type in your Password.


( If you are unable to go online you can try power cycling the router for about 15 seconds. If Even Power cycling doesn't work that means you have to disable WPS option on the Belkin router)

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Forgot password for router


Hi, Do you have a computer that is connected to the wireless network ?

If yes, Heres how to get the password.

Find your password on a Windows PC

If you have a computer running Windows that is connected to your wireless network, you can find the password by doing the following:
Windows 8.1: Find your password Step 1: Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and tap Settings.
(If you're using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, and then click Settings.) Step 2: Tap or click the network icon (d6916536-a5d6-48c3-9da5-a5e1b1911348.png?n=wireless-network-icon.png or a2df8796-16ee-4862-b451-a6300d187118.png?n=network.png%20alt%20text%20=%20wired%20network%20icon) for the network you want to connect to, and then tap or clickConnect. Step 3: Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and tap or click Search. Step 4: In the search box, enter view network connections, and in the search results tap or click View network connections. Step 5: In the Network Connections window, press and hold or right-click the network name, and then tap or clickStatus. Step 6: Tap or click the Wireless Properties button. Step 7: Tap or click the Security tab, and tap or click the Show characters check box. Step 8: The password for the wireless network is displayed in the Network security key field. Windows 8: Find your password Step 1: From the Start screen, swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Settings.
(If you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, and then click Settings.) Step 2: Tap or click the wireless network icon d6916536-a5d6-48c3-9da5-a5e1b1911348.png?n=wireless-network-icon.png. Step 3: Tap and hold or right click on a wireless network name, and then choose View connection properties. Step 4: Select Show characters to see the wireless network password. Windows 7: Find your password
Step 1: Click the wireless network icon on the taskbar (lower-right corner). Step 2: Right-click your wireless network name, and then select Properties. Step 3: Select Show characters to see the wireless network password.

Hope this helps

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The wireless security of the Belkin must have been enabled. Use a computer wired to the router to access the setup page and get the network key.

In the address bar of your browser, type 192.168.2.1.

By default, leave the password blank.

Once on the setup page of the router, go to Wireless -> Security. You will see the network key here.
On your laptop, view the available wireless networks and you should see your wireless network name or SSID, then when you click connect you have to enter the network key.

I hope this helps!

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You need to know the wireless settings on the Dlink router first. To check the wireless settings, you need to use a wired computer to the router.

Then in the address bar of a web browser (Internet explorer or firefox), type 192.168.0.1.

By default, the user name is Admin and leave the password empty.

Go to Wireless Settings. Take note of the following:

1. Enable wireless should be checked.
2. Take note of the wireless network name. You may change this into a unique name so that you can easily determine your own wireless network.
3. Visibility status should be Visible.
4. Under Wireless security mode, it depends on you if you would like to enable it or not. If you would like to enable the security, just select WEP. Then enter the WEP Key 1. This is like a password for your wireless network, use letters from A-F and numbers from 0-9.

Then click Save Settings.

Once the belkin wireless adapter is installed properly on your computer, there are 2 ways to connect to your wireless network.

Either you use the Belkin WLAN monitor or the Wireless network connection (for Windows OS). When you view the available networks or Site survey, you will see the wireless network name on your router. It will prompt you for a network key if wireless security is enabled.

Make sure you enter the WEP key 1 in your router. This is case sensitive.

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see http://www.fixya.com/support/t281214-wireless_security

Secondly if I understand you you have 4 computers using the router to access the modem connected to your Internet Service Provider; three using wires and one using the wireless. First have youneed to confirm that your internet service provider allows multiple devices to share the connection (which is what your router is trying to do). If so do you have to logon / login to your ISP to access the internet? (This login may be hidden from you in the modem provided by the ISP) Research if it is required to have your router logon to the ISP instead of either one of the computers or the modem in order to support multiple users. If that is the case you will need to determine if your router is capable of performing the logon for you and configure the necessary devices appropriately.

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