Question about Microsoft Broadband Networking MN-500 Wireless Base Station (L21-00001) Router

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MN-500 I've lost my installation disc and I don't know another way to install the product on my computer.

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You really shouldn't need the CD. It should be plug and play. Plug the modem in. Plug the router into the modem. Plug your pc into the router. Power up your PC. It should self install.

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I HAVE JUST INSTALLED A NEW COMPUTER AND HAVE LOST FREESERVE AND OUTLOOK. hOW DO i RE-INSTAL?


If they had been factory-installed on your computer, then there should have been separate installation discs that were shipped along with it. Outlook and Freeserve are proprietary software and are NOT part of Windows so they always come in with their own discs. I'm not quite familiar with what Freeserve is, but it appears to be the name of an Internet Service Provider. If you already have internet connection as of now, try checking their website and see if they have downloadable versions of their software. As for Microsoft Outlook, you may need to contact your computer manufacturer for a replacement MICROSOFT OFFICE disc. Otherwise, try locating those discs because its either you have them or someone else installed these applications for you; if it's the latter, then THEY have the discs required for re-installation.

If you had purchased these discs separately, though, and they've been misplaced, that's a different matter because most likely you'll have to purchase them again.

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How do i know my microsoft office product key


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The product key is usually typed on the Microsoft Office disc provided to you. It is a 25 digit code in this format XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX. Don't be mistaken by typing the Microsoft product key found on the computer because that product key is for the operating system and not for the Microsoft Office.

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How to install a modem in our computer


click on run
type cmd
type ipconfig on the black screen
look for the default gateway
type in default gateway on ur address bar
ex. 192.168.0.1
and configuration would depends on the internet service provider .. hope this would help.

Feb 11, 2010 | Microsoft Broadband Networking MN-500...

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Caanot establish connection from MN-500 to internet


I don't think it's your router or your computers. If you just replaced your modem it has to be the problem. If it is a DSl Modem you have to imput you account username and password. If it's a cable modem you have to call the cable company and tell them you have a new modem. Which every it is you need to contact your Internet service provider, they are the ones who can help you.

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Jun 14, 2009 | Microsoft Broadband Networking MN-500...

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Need to restore to factory settings.( forgot password)


If you forgot the password, then you will need to do a hard reset and set everything up again, including security. There should be a small recessed button on the back of the router. Push and hold for 30 seconds while the router is plugged in.
To set everything back up is easy for someone who knows how, and don't do it (press the reset button) unless your confident you have the patience to set everything back up.

You should be able to download the CD from the website of the router manufacturer. But you will still need to know the password.

I would also download the manual so you will know how to set the router back up.

Feb 01, 2009 | Microsoft Broadband Networking MN-500...

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Broadband 802.11b/g wireless LAN


hi..

here is the link whith the help of which you can install the drivers for you broadbad 802.11 b/g wireles lan
this is for windows xp:
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp29001-29500/sp29361.exe


vedhick..

Jan 21, 2009 | Microsoft Broadband Networking MN-500...

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Loosing Connection between MN500 & MN520


If you are using XP, and installed the proprietary WiFi software (not the built in XP software), did you turn off the Zero Configuration Wifi SERVICE? Running both will cause issues with your connections..

Start > Run > services.msc (ok)

Dec 22, 2007 | Microsoft Broadband Networking MN-500...

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I need software


Information + Download:

http://www.dougknox.com/hardware/mn-500.htm

Nov 11, 2007 | Microsoft Broadband Networking MN-500...

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Wireless Bridge


do this to change from routing mode to bridging mode, which allows your MN-500 to act as a wireless access point. Important: If you follow the procedures I've listed below instead of the procedures documented in the MN-500 User Guide, you will not lose the ability to administer the MN-500. This will give you the ability to change the SSID, channel, and encryption key if needed without performing a factory reset of the base station and starting from scratch. 1. While logged into the BSMT, click the Local Area Network link and access the Settings page. 2. Change the IP address from the default (192.168.2.1) to another IP in the same range and set the DHCP server to disabled using the list. Click Apply. In the example shown above, I've changed the IP to 192.168.2.252. Wait for all lights to turn green on the base station. 3. Open the BSMT again using the new IP. Use your Web browser and navigate to http://192.168.2.252 and enter your password if prompted. You will not be able to open the BSMT from the Microsoft Broadband Networking Utility (BNU). 4. Click Security, and then click Network Mode. 5. Click Bridging mode, and then click Apply. 6. Disconnect your computer from the MN-500 but do not disconnect the power from the MN-500 because it may take several minutes for the hardware to restart in access point (bridging) mode.

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