I was having problems with my wireless. I reset the router (probably a bad idea) and then i was left with no connectivity at all. All the lights are on and green, even the DSL light, but no internet light. I plug directly into the router with a working ethernet cable, and still no internet. 2 Pc's and 1 laptop in my household all have the same problem now. Do i have to reconfigure the router or something? Thank-you.
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Re: After router reset, no connectivity
Yes, you need to setup your internet again. Use the CD provided. If you dont have the cd, go to your modem's home page (usually type "192.168.1.1" in Internet explorer) and look around until you see user name and password. enter all of your info there. if you dont have the user name, password, etc., call your internet service provider. they will give it to you.
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1.Reset- The factory reset button is located in the back panel of therouter,
and requires a thin, sharp and robust object (like anunfolded paperclip)
to be pushed in. To factory reset, power up the device and wait
for 1min. Pressand hold the reset button until the STATUS LED turns off.
Releasebutton and wait 1min. 2.Update the firmware-download the required files from the D-Link Support page 3.Contactct your ISP
yes, you can use them together. they'll find each other at protocol layer 2 (bridge) and layer 3 (router), and route packets appropriately. Check their manuals to make sure that their HTTP management page ip addresses are different - say 192.168.0.0 for one router and 192.168.1.1 for the other - so that you can manage them separately without disconnecting them. You'll want to manage them separately to assign them different wireless-N channels. Channel 6 is the default, and allowing both to compete on the same channel is a bad idea - give each its own wi-fi channel. There are 11 wireles 802.11n channels, labeled 1-11.
Each link in the diagram above is an ethernet (802.3 10baseT) cable (except the DSL cable, which is twisted pairs), and wireless devices can hop onto the Internet by wirelessly connecting to either the AT&T 2701 or the NetGear router.
there is nothing issue with the linksys ist chk the ipaddress which u had provided to the modem and router is in same serious for eg: if ur modem is in 192.168.1.1 ten provide ur router ip as 192.168.0.1 and also chk whether the connection type is in PPPoE and also chk whether u r able to browse through modem which is provided by the ISP....
Is your Wireless router integrated in the modem? If it is not, try to unplug the router for a few minutes then restore the power and see if it fixes the problem. If it is integrateddo the same for the modem. Try to connect using the laptop. If it does not work use the laptop to scan for new wireless locations and make sure you see the home location. If you do not your wireless router is not working, If so select the home location and enter any Web Encryption Protection and try to connect. If your wireless router is not working, make sure the preference for the router has the wireless function turned on. To do this use ether the software which you received with the router/modem or internet explorer to access the IP address of the router. If your router is configured for wireless use it may be a bad wireless router.
If it is wired through the LAN ethernet connection directly to your computer it is cause by unplugging the ethernet. Routers and modems hate a ethernet cable unplugged and will stop communicating if unplugged. You will have to reset almost every time. When reset the router goes out and looks at what is connected and then handshakes with it. If it is a wireless issue you can reset your wireless setting in your control panel. This shouldnt happen as your wireless network should always be broadcasting. Generally, to connect back to a router you only need to unplug the router to re-establish the connection to the modem. Going all wireless is the only way to fix this
Youre E-mule is running koz your DHCP on the router is still running. The problem is the connection whit Bezeq whitch is prity bad. Get in to the router setup and use automatic setings for connection tipe.That mean that the router can tell the modem to establish connection by himself evritime when is crash. Or just tell them that you need Aztech 600e whitch is the best from Bezeq now.