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How to hook up a thomson modem and a Linksys wrt54gs 54 for a home network

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  • james duross Jan 31, 2012

    the computer, router and modem eventually figured out how to work together. I know, weird.

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SOURCE: DHG535-2 and LAN switch issue

It sounds like the LInksys that they replaced was also a router. A router will route packets to multiple pc's that are connected to it. The cable modem just sees the router as 1 pc. When you use a switch, the cable modem will see all of your PC's. and Comcast just allows 1 pc. You will need to buy a router to use more than 1 PC which will be cheaper than using Comcasts Home Networking service which will network up to 4 pcs

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I have a linksys WRT54G, and I'm trying to hook up a wi-fi connection. As of now, my internet is Internet Explorer, and my current modem is a motorola SB5101. The Motorola modem is hooked up directly to...


Hello
Try this

1 disconnect all wires,including power from the modem and router.
2 Find reset button on router usually in the back,need a pen tip or paper clip to hold it in.
3 Hold in reset for 1 min.
4 Reconnect modem first,power up.
5 Reconnect router second, power up.

Try changing the ethernet wire from the modem to the router.

So your going to have your cable coax wire to the modem.Then a ethernet wire from the modem to the router,then a ethernet wire from the router to the computer.

Sounds like you may have one wire in the wrong place.

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DHG535-2 and LAN switch issue


It sounds like the LInksys that they replaced was also a router. A router will route packets to multiple pc's that are connected to it. The cable modem just sees the router as 1 pc. When you use a switch, the cable modem will see all of your PC's. and Comcast just allows 1 pc. You will need to buy a router to use more than 1 PC which will be cheaper than using Comcasts Home Networking service which will network up to 4 pcs

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Have you set the properties on the second computer to match the security expected by the router? Since one computer works I would compare the settings for the network connection and set the second computer to the same.

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Linksys wrt54gs won't work


Your router might need a restart to begin communicating with the modem again. Remove power from the router, wait a few seconds, then turn the power back on.

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Problems hooking up a Linksys wireless router


Please disconnect the USB cable that connected from the modem going to your PC. Now connect the ethernet from your cable modem to the Internet port of your router. Run the setup CD, that should guide you and will make you up and running connected to the router.

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looks like you are trying to set up wireless bridging on the routers right... to get them conencted wirelessly while they are on 2 different networks / modems? if so that let me know how far are the routers from one another and the physical locations of the computer.

but if ther are like a city apart, let me know two, i love networking and i will be more than willing to help you out, i can even give you my contact and we will work on this one.

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I have moved and lost my CD to my Cisco "Linksys" wireless-G model WRT54GS please tell me how I can download the disk from somewhere???

Joyce

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Linksys Wireless-G (WRT54GS (EU/LA/UK))


I have had that issue quite often and found that when you are using a router with DSL, the DSL modem and Router IP has a conflict because they are the same number. I suggest looking into a D-Link wireless router for use with DSL.

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Linksys Wireless-G WRT54GS


You just needed to Connect ur router to the computer
1>open Internet explorer type 192.168.1.1 and then Enter
2>Leave the username blank and password admin(lowercase)
3>then in linksys page change the Local IP of the router to 192.168.2.1 and then power cycle the network it will not create any problem later

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WRT54GS ROUTER don't work with new modem


Hi,

I would suggest you to look into the user manual first it may solve your problem.
Click HERE

Goodluck..

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