Question about Trendware TRENDnet TEW-443PI 108Mbps 802.11g Wireless PCI Adapter (NETRWP18)

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Router failed Hi, I have a modem since 4 years, and yesterday I looked at it under192.168.1.1 and it's not working more. I didn't move or change nothing.Perhaps, I don't know, I pressed at the end on " LOG OUT " and Icancelled all the router, instead of "FINISH " or something like that.My problem is now, I have none router, how arrange that problem ? ?Thanks Michael from Montevideo, Uruguay The modeel I have doesn't appear under all. TrendNet TEW-231BRP 802.11b

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  • charoval Jul 19, 2008

    Clarification Request
    by Latoof, posted on Jul 19, 2008Hi, to assist you I need to know which model router you have



    the V1 - retanglular case

  • charoval Jul 22, 2008

    `could not repear the router. All indications has been done, but still the router doesn't work. Is it corrupt? I don`t think so, but don't undertsand what is hapening with it ! ! !
    Thanks for your help, nevertheless.
    Michael


  • charoval Jul 22, 2008

    Yes, but couldn't arrange the problem that I have. I am sorry, but your steps couldn't help me. What is going on, I don't know. Regards
    Michael


  • charoval Jul 22, 2008

    I don't believe that the router is damaged. Something should be there, wrong and I can not find or arrange it to work.
    Michael


  • charoval Jul 23, 2008

    so what is thwe status of the lights on the front?
    ***** The lights are working as you has indicated correctly.-

    The system light is
    it on, off or blinking?
    ****** System light blinking as you informed.-

    did you press the reset button?
    ****** yes, has been done, two times, and nothing happened.-

    tryturning
    router OFF and then press hold the reset button for 10 seconds then try
    connecting to it with cable to set up using either 192.168.1.1 or
    192.168.0.1
    ******* also I did that, and none response. I can not inform you what I have not done, all detailed I tried.
    Thanks for help,
    Michael


  • Dave May 11, 2010

    Hi, to assist you I need to know which model router you have



    the V1 - retanglular case or the C1 - curved case

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I assume that all lights are on as normal on the router.

Check the System light.

SYSTEM
This indicator blinks green means the Internet Broadband Router is
working successful. Otherwise, this indicator always on or off means the function of the Internet Broadband Router is in a fail state.

If the System light is either always on or off go to step 3 below, otherwise start at step 1.

1. power down router and wait 30 seconds and power up.

Try connecting via 192.168.1.1 then 192.168.0.1 if NO do step 2.

2. disable any firewall programs on the PC

Try connecting via 192.168.1.1 then 192.168.0.1 if NO do step 3.

3. do a factory reset of the router. on the rear panel of the router there should be a small hole with a small button maarked RESET. if you press this in for 10 seconds it should RESET router to FACTORY settings.

Try connecting via 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.0.1 if NO then the router firmware is possibly corrupt or there is some other hardware fault.

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  • Dave Jul 20, 2008

    thanks for posting the type of router. Ihave located a manual which will make things easier if I need to refer to settings in detail.



    Have you tried my posted ideas yet? What were the results.?

  • Dave Jul 22, 2008

    so what is thwe status of the lights on the front? The system light is it on, off or blinking? did you press the reset button? tryturning router OFF and then press hold the reset button for 10 seconds then try connecting to it with cable to set up using either 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1

  • Dave Jul 23, 2008

    Hi Michael,



    sorry to hear it is still not resolved... Please confirm that when you connect the ethernet cable to the PC that the PC is assigned a valid IP by the router.

  • Dave Jul 23, 2008

    Here is a link to the quick guide and manual for your router. If you donot have these it may be worthwhile to d/l these and recheck that you PC IP configuraation is set correctly



    LINK

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