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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Short set of instructions on page 50
I'm still fooling around with it, but what I did to restrict access from my kid's machineto the internet was, browse to the router config page, default for my Belkin router is http://192.168.2.1 . Click Access Control on the menu, enable it, enter a password (this is separate from your router admin password), click the "Add" button, chose the system I wanted to restrict, specify the days and time I wanted to restrict (though I would like more flexibility here to select more than one time range), on the Service tab, verified that "Block All Services" was selected, on the URL List tab, verified that "Block all URLs" was selected, then clicked the "Apply Changes" button.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
To make my Lexmark e250DN work on the network using my new Belkin N300, I had to do this:
1. Install router as per Belkin instructions. 2. Power off printer, then connect Lexmark printer to the router. Power on printer. 3. In a Browser, go to 192.168.2.1 which is the Router's IP address. 4. Click on DHCP Client List. You will see a list of the "computers" connected to the router, which includes the printer. Your printer will have a very long alphanumeric Host Name (mine began with E00000) Note the IP address (something like 192.168.2.4) That is the printer's IP address. 5. In Control Panel, Printers & Faxes, a) if the printer was previously installed with a different router, edit its settings to use the new IP address; b) if the printer was not previously installed, ADD a Network Printer at address http://192.168.2.x (x being whatever your DHCP client list showed).
That should do it.
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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open router interface...disable firewall on your router, it will work...
I worked for Roku and I am working for Belkin at present...
To know how to open you router interface...click here...
firewall is one of the option that is present on the left hand side Grey column...
Once you are done click on Apply changes...
You should be able to go online wireless from Roku...
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
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