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When i start router to connect with my computer i face problem that wireless router setting does not match with computer wireless settings. what should i do now?

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Cannot connect NetGear WN3000RP with wireless


If you use a Netgear router to broadcast a WI-FI (Wireless Fidelity) signal in your home, you can easily double the range of your network by connecting a second router to one of the LAN (Local Access Network) ports located on the back of the Netgear router. You can use a Linksys, Belkin, D-Link or even a second Netgear router to extend the range. Any router that allows you to access the router settings to turn off the router's DHCP server is usable as a range extender.

Complete a master reset on the router you want to use as an extender. Typically, routers have a reset hole located on the back or side of the router. Push a metal push pin into the hole until the lights on the router flash. Often the settings on routers have been manipulated to enhance a network connection. Resetting the router ensures you can access all of the settings and not encounter any issues when making the connection. Plug an Ethernet cable into one of the router's LAN ports located on the back of the router. Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port located Enter the router's IP address into an Internet browser Web address field. If you do not know the default IP address, reference TechSpot.com for a list of router IP addresses. Enter the default username and password for your router. If you do not know the default login information, reference Router Passwords.com for the default login information for your router brand. Access the DHCP server settings. Usually, this is located in the "Basic Setup" section of the router settings page. Turn off the DHCP server and then select "Update Settings." The location of the DHCP server can be located on a different page if the router is an uncommon brand. Access the "Wireless Setup" page and change the SSID to match the network name you use for your Netgear router. Select "Update Settings" to save the network name. This allows computers to move from the Netgear router to the router used as a range extender without requiring a second wireless profile being set up on the computer. The SSID could be located on a different page if the router is an uncommon brand. Access the "Wireless Security" page and update the router's password to match the password used on the Netgear router. If you do not secure your network, skip this step. The wireless password could be located on a different page if the router is an uncommon brand. Remove the Ethernet cable from the router and the computer. Plug one end of the cable into the WAN (Wide Area Network) port located on the back of the router you want to use as a range extender. Plug the other end of the cable into one of the LAN ports located on the back of the Netgear router. Hope this helps

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Wireless security settings on laptop do not match network settings


You will need to change the existing connection to match the "new" settings. I have had this issue with visita as well. If you open the wireless connections, go to advanced settings click on the "saved" SSIDs you can either delete the exisiting one, and start over (easy) or you can modify the settings to match the "new" upgraded system. Visita and XP store these for future use, problem is if one changes it "Doesn't match" so just delete the existing one and recreate it.

If they changed the password for the system or the type of encryption WEP to WPA etc this will correct the issue.
You may want to turn off the IPv6 which can also cause issues with Wifi in some locations.

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The settings saved on this computer for the network do not match the...


Hi,

Many a times you must have come across a weird error message while using wireless connection on the computer with Vista operating system.

This error message generally appears when the existing wireless settings on your network have been modified or removed. You may either revert the wireless settings on your wireless router or access point or configure the concerned Vista computer to match the new wireless settings. Follow the below steps to configure the settings on the computer:

1. Click START, Click Control Panel then click classic view in left hand side
menu.
2. In the main screen, open up NETWORK AND SHARING CENTER.
3. In the left hand side menu open up MANAGE WIRELESS NETWORKS.
4. If you see any name in the list, please select the name and click remove.
5. Once the list is empty, click on ADD, select the first option, ADD A NETWORK THAT IS IN RANGE OF THE COMPUTER.
6. click on your network name SSID and click on connect. If you have a Password setup on the router enter the security key.
7. This should setup the wireless network.

To know about the security key or passphrase on your NETGEAR ROUTER'S please visit the below tip:

http://www.fixya.com/support/r4095687-check_wireless_security_key_or

For any other make of the router, please contact technical support of the concerned router.

on Feb 10, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My computer will not connect to the internet when I hook up to the Linksys wrt150n I don,t understand It because it use to work this is about to drive up the wall I have tried resetting the router but it...


If you can connect to the Internet using the LAN cable then your Internet connection is OK.
If you are trying to connect to the Internet using the wireless connection, then your problem is the wireless settings in either the Linksys or the wireless card in your computer.
First check the wireless settings in the Linksys, ie. the SSID and encryption key.
Second check the wireless settings in the computer's wireless card, this must match the route's wireless settings. If it matched then do a Repair connection. this will get the Linksys to issue a new IP address to the wireless card.computer.
If the Linksys wireless settings were changed then configure the wireless card in the computer with these new settings.
Please click on this link for further diagnostic procedures on network problems :-
http://www.fixya.com/support/r4229966-network_diagnostic_procedures

Nov 03, 2010 | Linksys Wireless-N WRT150N Router

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Can no longer connect through router.


Reset the router by holding in the 'reset' button to set it back to it's default factory condition. When it says the settings don't match, it is referring to the encryption / authentication...Windows sometimes has different names for the security types than D-Link does. (Windows uses the word 'enterprise' somewhere and you won't find that on your router.) Look through the options and be sure that everything matches up. --Reset, start over.

Apr 09, 2010 | D-Link Xtreme N DIR-655 Wireless Router

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I tried to set up a password with my wireless 2350 broadband router and now its saying that the settings don't match my network.. i need help


Change your wireless settings on your computer. Use the router's password. that way you will be able to gain access to your router. when you changed the settings on your router it does not automatically update your computer's connection settings. you have to manually change it. try right clicking the icon for your wireless on your computer. go to the connection settings and add a password that corresponds to the settings you changed on your router.

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My network settings don't match wireless router.


First Option :

Connect your computer directly thru Router LAN Port. now
If your Computer is configured thru Static IP address then change it get IP address thru DHCP. and Re start the computer. So it will get IP address from Router and you will be able to access Router Admin thru browser.

Second Option

You will have to reset router to factory defaults. To do that ; There will be Tiny Hole or Switch on Router Back side or front side.
Using strait Paper Clip wire ; Put in that wire in that hole and give very light pressure for 5 to 10 second. Make sure that router is Power ON.

So your router will be resetted to Factory default. Now reconfigure it

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You need to connect your computer directly to your router through an ethernet cable. Then, you need to log into your router's configuration settings page (the webpage used to initially set up the router). Once you log onto it, go under the wireless security section, and there you should find the network key (might be know as passkey).

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First You will need to remove the network from the preferred network list.
Then check the wireless settings on the router. Is there any computer connected to the router ?If ot then you will need to connect the computer to the router . open the set up page f the router. check the security settings on the router,
The try to conect , it will connect.
Click here for more information about how to conect to the wireless network

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The router status is saying 'validating identity'. One of the computers in the house is able to connect, but the other one won't.


The computer that will not connect does not have security settings that match the router settings. You need to consult your router manual, determine what those settings are on the rounter, then go into your control panel and under "wireless" set them to match.

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