Question about Zyxel Prestige 660HW Wireless Router (PRESTIGE660HW)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If a LAN connected PC will not work while a wireless laptop is connected you need to go into advanced router setup, bandwidth management, and untick the three boxes labeled "active" to disable the band width management. Easy!
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
What do you mean by "wireless bridging"? Does it mean wirelessly connecting both routers? (ex. Zyxel is at location A and Micronet ais at Location B and you'll wirelessly connect them). If this is what you mean, then it might not be possible since those are two different brands and possibility is that they will not work with each other when they're wirelessly connected unless one or both routers have the capability to do so.
Posted on May 09, 2008
To log in to the router in order for you to do a port forwarding you can follow the steps from this link, but if the default username and password didn't work reset the router so it will be back to its default settings http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/ZyXEL/P-660HW-T1v2/Age_of_Empires_III.htm
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
Yeah I had this problem but she's fixed. No need to upgrade the firmware me thinks.
1) Type in "192.168.1.1" into the address bar of your browser. The log in page for your browser appears.
2) Enter your password - by default this is "1234", but you might have changed it. If you have changed it before log in with that new one.
A page should load with a lots of boring information. On the left side there should be a panel of stuff, what you want is "advanced settings". If advanced settings IS there on the left go to step "a" below. If advanced settings (or in fact anything) IS NOT down the left proceed to step "b" below.
a) Happy days. All you have to do is click the "+" beside advanced settings to expand it, then select UPnP. Then just click ALL of the boxes (there's 3 of them I think). That's it.
b) You are logged into some sort of stupid mode where you can't change anything. All you can do is refresh the page or log out. This is probably because you entered "1234" as the password, but in fact this password has previously been changed by you or someone else. So go back to the log in screen (192.168.1.1 in the address bar) and put in the one you changed it to, if you can remember it. If you do remember it and log in successfully (successfully being that you can see "advanced settings" on the left), go back to step "a" above. If you still can't get to that page it means you don't know your password. So you're going to have to reset your router. Go to step "c".
c) Resetting your router. Turn the router off. Then hold the reset button for 30 seconds and power on the router at the same time. Now I think you'll have to set up your router again like when you got if first, to connect to the internet, so do it. Then log in to 192.168.1.1 again. This time the password "1234" should bring you to the proper screen with advanced settings. If it does go to step "a". If it doesn't go to step "d".
d) You'll have to default reset your router. Turn it off. Turn it on and hold reset for 15 seconds. Some light will flash. Release button and let it reboot. Now log in to 192.168.1.1 again. If it works and you can select "advanced settings" go to step"a". If you STILL can't see advanced settings you're at the end of the line and I don't know what to do. Contact your provider or something.
If you haven't done this already...on your ps3:
Open up network >> internet connection. Choose wireless/wired - whichever you want. Choose "Address settings" - "custom", "IP address" - choose manual.Enter these:
IP address - "192.168.1.50"
Subnet Mask - "255.255.255.0"
Default Router - "192.168.1.1"
Primary DNS and Secondary DNS same as default router.
Then enter than. Don't know what MTU is (it'll come up next). You're done.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: I have a zyxel p660hw-t1
This depends on the type of internet service you have, ADSL clearly since you have an adsl gateway.
The thing here is, if your internet type is BRIDGED which means that the device only works as a gateway there is no firewall or router in the middle of the device and the internet - so you are directly connected to the net and each device gets a IP from the internet, not a local ip, then you will be unable to communicate between the other devices.
What you would need to do is to make sure that the wireless is routing, not just working as a gateway, but the router has to be in the router mode routing and giving each device their own 192.168.11.xx or similar IP so that they can talk to each other, as if they go into the public internet, your service provider will most likely be blocking them from accessing each other.
I'm Going over the manual to see how we can change it.
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
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