20 Most Recent Airlink AWLL3026 (AWLL3028) 802.11g/b Wireless Adapter Questions & Answers

Download from this link here. According to their technical announcements the windows XP driver works on Vista and 7. There are 2 variations of the driver but not enough information from your question for me to determine which so download this one first and try it. Although they affirm their driver will work in Vista and 7 I would only install the driver and not the whole software suite. Windows does a fine job managing the wireless connection anyway.

Airlink AWLL3026... | Answered on Apr 07, 2011

You can download driver for your airlink awll6080 from the below link AirLink101 Help Desk DownloadsAWLL6080

Airlink... | Answered on May 02, 2014


I take this is your type of network you have. NAT (Network Address Translation) only job is make all the IP's of you LAN to be able to use the one IP From the ISP. For example, you can have 3 Pc's connected to router ( to with only one connection to ISP, and address like (Address change upon ISP location).
In order to the game communicate between PC ans Internet have to configure Ports to connect to. Thanks to UPNP (Universall Plug and Play) this configuration is made automatically between the PC and the Router and simplifies those configurations.

Things to check:
The router have UPNP and is on.
There's a Firewall interfering with the game.

Airlink... | Answered on Jan 11, 2014

router passwords are usually on the bottom of the router. sometimes it is the serial number. if that doesn't help, then if your router is unlocked, you can log into it and find the wifi password in the wireless security section. if your router was supplied by your internet provider, they will often have a copy of it, or can get it for you.

Airlink... | Answered on Jul 19, 2013

Did you find a solution for this ?

You haven't received any help because there was not enough information in your request for assistance.

You might give Linux a try. I guarantee that it works better than Windows 98.

Airlink... | Answered on Sep 28, 2012

Router was defective, replaced

Airlink... | Answered on Oct 01, 2009

When you first setup your wireless router you should change the login password and then the wireless configuration, setup WAP or WAP2 encryption (WAP2 is the strongest encryption) and change the SSID and turn off SSID broadcast.
For further wireless protection enable MAC address filtering. The MAC address of the wireless card is entered in the router MAC address filter table, which allows only the wireless card with this MAC address to connect to the router.
Also if your router has a firewall then you should enable this feature.
The wireless card on the computer needs to be configured with the wireless router's settings. The LAN cable can be removed and the computer communicates wirelessly with the router.
All the computers on your network should have anti-virus program installed and firewall enabled.

Airlink... | Answered on Sep 21, 2009

access the router home page usuall somthing along the kines

you will also need the admin password if it was set or the default password if it was not.

The default password is always in the manual.

Then once you are in you can go to the ireless settings page and copy the key setting from there

Airlink... | Answered on Aug 11, 2009

addy is

no user name

password = PASSWORD

Airlink... | Answered on Apr 14, 2009

Do a factory reset, Some routers require the power to be plugged in OR unplugged when doing the reset. Try each way and hold the reset for a good 10 to 20 seconds. then log on to the router with the default username and password

The default username and password may actually be admin for both.

Airlink... | Answered on Aug 06, 2008

Hello There, are there any wireless computers that detects your router? If there is, most of the laptop computers has a built-in on/off (toggle) switch on the side to enable or disable the wireless card on your computer. Make sure it is "ON" then check if it will detect the wireless connection.

If it is a desktop, try to reboot the computer then check again. If none of the computers can detect your router, make sure that the wireless light on the router is lit up. You may also try changing the channel on the router.

Airlink... | Answered on Aug 03, 2008

Albert the unfortunate problem with cable modems is the equipment serial number. when your modem is deactivated by the company the serial number becomes locked in other words they view the modem as a loss and the only way to re-activate it is by a different user not your account. I know it is a stupid way of doing things but they think it will stop cable theft.. Goofy huh.. Anyway have a great day.. Be mucho blessed... mark

Airlink... | Answered on Jul 03, 2008

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