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Can't connect to my Cisco Aironet 350 wireless Access Point


Did you setup and configure your Cisco aironet 350 directly from your laptop? I would verify the IP configuration on your laptop and make sure that your Default Gateway and subnet mask and DNS are set correctly. Give it a static address on the same subnet and see if it can see the router. Hope that helps!

Cheers!

J the Guru

Sep 09, 2017 | Cisco Aironet 350 Series Wireless...

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Well anandg27, I performed the instructions to my laptop, then router and after I press ?apply? it takes me back to basic settings. So I checked the router status and this is the result Account Name...


Hey Gary,

In that case, make sure that you enter the correct PPPoE information on the router and also please confirm me about the following details:

# When you are connected to your modem, do you key in your username/password before you can go online or are you able to go online directly?

Oct 11, 2009 | NetGear WGR614 Router

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Can't access the internet. No problem with the static IP address and setting up the DWL G710. Searched and found 2 AP's for my wireless account. Selected one and saved. Got indication that DWL G710 was...


Is there any particular reason you're using a static IP? Most routers are set up already for DHCP.

If you need to use a static IP, make sure you have the right settings for the default gateway and DNS servers (you'll have to contact your ISP to find out the addresses for the DNS servers).

I would recommend switching to DHCP though, and you won't have to worry about such settings.

Aug 02, 2009 | D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G710 Wireless Range...

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Connecting Compex 28g to mobile broadband and home network


please check following points:-
1) IP address (some wireless AP's follows ip address such as 192.168.1.1 for AP and 192.168.1.2 for 1st workstation, 192.168.1.3 for 2nd workstation and so on).
2) check connection options in IE. it should be lan setting and detect automatic setting and use automatic configuration script(put IP address of AP)
3) if DHCP is enabled then obtain IP automaticlly
4) check for any WEP security options i AP.
5) user must have internet access rights.
6) if Static IP is Used please give gatway ip (your AP's IP address) and same for DNS IP address.
then restart your system and enjoy internet.

May 01, 2009 | Compex NetPassage 28G Wireless Router...

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Configuring DAP-1150


address to access d-link DAP-1150
http://192.168.0.50

you have to make sure that your ip address is around 192.168.0.xx

Apr 25, 2009 | D-Link AirPlus G DWL-G710 Wireless Range...

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Unable to get connected to Belkin f5d6130 AP


Hi,

You need to be connected using  wired Ethernet (PC's LAN card to Router's Ethernet Port (at the back)).  This is the preferable INITIAL way to configure the router before going wireless. Also it would be to your advantage to initially set your PC (that will be used for configuring the router)  to "Specify an IP address" (static settings) and not "Obtain an IP address automatically."

For a PC connected via UTP networking cable attached to a Belkin F5D6130 AP, the networking settings could be:
IP Address 192.168.2.2
Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway 19*2.168.2.1
DNS Server 192.168.2.1
Reboot

Post back results. Good luck and kind regards.

Oct 12, 2007 | Belkin (F5D6130) 802.11b Wireless Access...

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I am "locked out" and can;t add a Dell laptop.


Hi, The default IP for most D-Link routers is 192.168.0.1. Even if you're locked out, doing a hard reset to the D-Link AP/Router will put it back to default (but of course that would delete all settings including your security codes (which I presume you're referring to the WEP or WPA and/or MAC address filter)). This would grant you full access using the web configuration utility. Follow the instructions of your manual which is also available from the D-Link website or post again if you need specific step by step instruction. Some probable reasons you can not perform the above is if: 1. Your ISP has given you a very specific configuration and/or static IP add & you do not have the details; and/or 2. The AP/Router is physically not accessible to you; 3. There are other clients connected to the AP/Router that you can not re-configure if you do a reset; 4. You do not have administrator privileges to modify the AP/Router's configuration. Post back also with info on: How many wired or wireless clients connected to the AP/Router and what is their typical IP settings; Try to get your ISP/WAN settings; and availability of manual. Good luck and kind regards.

Aug 23, 2007 | D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310...

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Linksy


Hi, assuming you are running WinXP, you might want to try: 1) right click on your wireless networking icon and click repair; or 2) double click on the same icon; click on properties, scroll down to/click TCP/IP to highlight, click on properties - Tick Obtain an IP address automatically if your access point is also acting as DHCP server; or 3) get IP add + others from your Network Admin and entered numbers given; or 4) self-assign IP numbers that are pretty near your Access Point (AP) IP #s, maybe something like 192.168.1.3 where your AP is 192.168.1.1, subnet mask should be the same as your AP (normally 255.255.255.0 but may be different) and your default gateway normally would be the IP Add of your AP (192.168.1.1 or whatever the AP is using) DNS could be obtained from your ISP or tick obtain automatically. Caution here that the IP number you select should not be currently in use in your network. 5) Open IE, go to tools/internet option/connection, remove any dial-up if no longer needed and check never dial a connection (assuming you don’t use a modem and would connect normally via wireless. Go to/Click LAN settings, check auto detect settings, make sure Proxy server is uncheck. 6) Ping any website from your command prompt to see if you get a response If all else fail, pls post your AP hardware (brand/model), OS. It might also be a good idea to check if your AP is connected to an ISP with an active account and that your modem is working ok. Please let me know if this works out ok for you. Cheers.

Apr 11, 2007 | Linksys Wireless-G WPC54G 802.11g/b

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hi ,,, i got yor problem. as ya said its not allowing ya to log nto it with security enabled. Ya can try to log into it with the ethernet cable as their wil be an ethernet LAN port onthe access point. I f ya know the default or the present ip of AP then ya can assign a static ip of the same range to yor computer like eg. ap is 192.168 .1.1 then your comp can have 192.168.1.10 and ya can log into it thru the ethernet cable and disable the security. i hope ya know how to assign a staic ip add to yor compuetr. or check the screen shots on brivers.com n select the "network connections" screen shots to assign a static ip address to yor' comp. feel free to chat with me on samrat101 thru yahoo or msn messenger or drop a mail on samrat101@yahoo.com for ny wless n ipphone issues -- take care ,, samrat

Nov 23, 2006 | 3Com OfficeConnect 802.11g/b Wireless...

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