Re: Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G v6. cannot connect - out of...
I believe you will have to lynksys for help. I had a simmular problem and had to have lynksys walk me through resettint a linksys bios problem with that particular problem. You have to change somrthing to set the bios to 10.10.10.103
Or something like that.
I believe you can find Lynksys toll free number on their web site. I also believe it to be with the documentation.
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Are you trying to connect the Xbox to the wireless network? If yes then you will need to check the wireless settings of the router. is there any computer on line using the router ? on that computer you can open the setup page of the router. check the wireless ettings and the security settings then try to connect to the wireless network on the Xbox. See if that works.
Temporarily connect to the router with a cable and reconfigure it to use a different wireless channel. While you're there, this is a good time to change your security mode - WEP is dangerously weak and you should switch to WPA unless you have a very good reason not to.
If all else fails, there's a reset switch (hidden inside a hole) on the back of the router.
I'm not sure why you are being directed to that website. Connecting a second pc is just the same as connecting the first - nothing special is involved unless the router has been set up with access lists.
What is preventing the second pc from connecting? What sort of message are you getting when you try to connect?
check if you are getting a valid ip address (e.g. 192.168.1.x for linksys routers, not unless you changed the router's ip to something else) from your router. if so, try to disable any anti-virus software and firewall installed on your computer. if not, make sure that you are really connected to the wireless signal of the router. one common error message that'll let you know that you are not properly connected to the signal is "limited or no connectivity". if you're getting that message, try to disconnect and reconnect to your wireless signal and make sure that you are using the correct wireless security (network key) if you have enabled that on your router. it's also advisable to customized the wireless settings of your router to prevent interference from other wireless networks.
hope this'll help.