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Since ur Computer has Crashed the Settings for Wireless N/w might have been Deleted
All u have to do is to Once again Scan for Wireless on ur Laptop Connect to ur Wireless N/w with ur Wireless Password And U will be online Wireless If u are Not aware of Wireless INFO, Check Settings on Router from ur MAIN Computer
Reset the router with the little reset button on the back. If still no signal, then you most likely need a new router. However, don't throw the old one in the trash. If the wired ports still work, it will make an excellent bridge from your new router to another room in your house that needs wired connections. I use my old router to connect my DVR, TV, Blu-Ray, and XBox 360 to the internet using the wired ports, and have it wired to my main router. If you don't need it for that, find a friend or family member who does.
When facing the router, Globe/Internet LED is on the right. Below are the LED indicators; Check the steps below:
Wireless Security - This light will only turn on if the wireless security is enabled.
Wireless-Computer Status - This light will turn on if a wireless computer is connected to the router.
Wired-computer Status - This light will turn on if a wired computer is connected to the router. Connect the wired computer to any gray port on the router. (There are 4 gray ports).
Router Status - Power light. Solid blue means the router is on and ready.
Modem Status - If this is off, it means the router is not connected to the modem. Make sure the cable is connected from the modem to the yellow port on the router.
Internet Status - This light will indicate if the router is connected to the internet.
If this is the first time you are installing the router, then what is important is to get the router, wired-computer and modem lights ON. Once they are on, you may insert the CD that came with the Belkin router to setup the internet connection and wireless settings.
When you connect the MAC to the router with the CAT 5 cable it works , that means the wired connection of the router is working but the wireless is not working. You will need to check the wireless settings of the router. Is there any computer connected to the router with the cable ? If not then you will need to connect the computer to the router and open the set up page of the router.
1. ip address
1.ppoe - username and password
connect ur belkin to the computer
1. start - run - cmd - enter
u get a command prompt screen
2. type ipconfig
u will get the default gateway
close that black screen
3.open the internet explorer
4. type the default gate way in the address bar
5. it will ask for the user name and psw for belkin
6. check ur manual for default user id and the psw
7. u can see the main page of belkin
8. enter the first set of settings or the second set
==============i hope this will help u
please dont assign any manual addresses in ur computer..let it be automatic...
u said that u connected the computer to Ethernet ports in the router... check whether the light are lit in the router corresponding to that particular port.. check the ip address to that particular computer(hard wired to the router) ip address should be 192.168.1.100 or 101 or 102..if the ip addres comes in this range means its working good... if ther is no ip means please follow this steps...
1,connect the blue cable between the computer and the router(any 1 of the 4 ports in the
2,connect the other Ethernet cable between the Modem(came from ur internet people) and the
Router's Internet port(standalone port at the back of the router)
3,In the rear panel of the router u can see the reset button.with the help of the paper or
ball point pen,press it hardly and hold it for 1 minute..
4,Now turn off ur modem and the router..wait for other 1 minute..
5,turn onn only the modem first and wait till all the lights lit.now turn on the router and wait
till the power light is solid..open the internet Explorer it should work..
To my knowledge, yes. "dial-up internet" connotes standard modem attached to a computer unlike DSL modems (non USB) that are stand alone. Therefore the dial-up internet modem should be connected to a single computer. That PC then would have to enable its Internet Sharing for others in the network to access the Internet. This is accomplished by hooking all the PCs to a single network using a hub/switch. The router can perform this function (hub), however, all the PCs in the network would have to use for their Default Gateway IP address not that of the router but that of the PC with the dial-up internet modem. Having said that, it would then be necessary to use static IP adds in all the PCs. The built-in firewall and DHCP features of the router would not be necessary.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
You want to use a LAN with a router that uses a dial-up as a backbone internet connection for your LAN. This is absolutely possible.
If you just want to share the connection that one computer has, and dont want to buy a router that has a built-in modem, try this
If you are running windows, There is a feature called Internet Connection Sharing (ICS.) It will share the dialup across the network.
Just 1 hookup the router and all the pcs to it. 2 Dialup the machine with the modem. 3 Enable ICS on that machine. 4 Youre LAN is online.
In XP, goto the network connections, and while you have 2 active connections in there (the dialup and the LAN port connected to the router), right click the dialup, goto properties. goto advanced tab, and click on enable ICS. The other computers should be served IP's automatically and NAT'd out to the internet by the computer running ICS.
(The other computers should be automatically setup to the internet like they should be and connected to the dialup riunning on the ICS (host) computer)
You can do this. Identify the ip address of your main router. EXAMPLE: If your main router has 192.168.1.1, you can connect the cat5 cable from your main router to the INTERNET PORT of the NR041. Set the NR041 ip to 192.168.2.1.
JUST MAKE SURE THAT THE IP ADDRESS OF THE TWO ROUTERS ARE DIFFERENT.