Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Reset the router
Use regular way to configure the Router.
In computer side
Go to Start>Connect To>Show all connections
a new window (Network Connections) will open,
Right click on the "Wireless Network Connection"
Click on "View Available Wireless Networks" You will see "linksys" with the highest signal level. Connect it
after connection go to web browser; type 192.168.1.1 and hit enter. It will take you to Linksys setup page which is integrated in the router. after that you can do any settings you want.
Please post here if you need further assistance
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
Have you already setup one of your computers to connect to the Internet using the wireless router?
If so you can setup the second computer the same way and it also will connect to the internet. There is no need to access the Internet through the other computer.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Go to Administrative Page on your router at section Setup - Basic and activate: Keep Alive : Redial Period 30 seconds.
After that restart your router
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
The information provided is defnitely not sufficent to help - however considering that you already have aanother computer which is wireless, mentioned below are the steps -
Step 1 :
> click on start (assuming it to be a windows OS)
> right click on "my computer" and select "Properties"
> you will have the system Properties window pop-up
> under the Hardware tab, click on Device manager button
> under the device manager list look for network adapters
> you should now be able to see your wireless card under network adapter - check if the adapter is enabled ( if not kindly enable by right clicking on the adapter)
> once the adapter is active - it will have a green icon with not error on it.
> close all the windows opened till now
Step 2 :
> click on start
> Select Run - new window will pop-up
> type "Services.msc" - new window pops up
> scroll down to the bottom of the list
> right click on "Wireless Zero Configuration" and Start (if not already started)/Restart the service.
> now close all the windows and search for wireless networks again
you should be able to find it
Posted on May 10, 2010
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