Question about Belkin F5D7130 And F5D7010 (Bundle) 802.11g/b (f5d7130/f5d7010)
I had a working Belkin F5D7130 WAP until it quit on me a few days ago. All light work, it can not be seen on my network. I have tried to access it via its internal software using the IP address that I had originally set (192.168.0.25) as well the IP addresses that Belkin normally uses as the default for these kinds of devices (192.168.2.254 and 192.168.2.1). This is true despite many attempts to restore and/or reset this device. I think that is may still work, but I am unable to "see" the WAP via internet explorer or even ping the device when wired to a stand-alone laptop with a Cat 5 cable. Any thoughts? Or should I just chuck the darn thing in the trash and buy a new WAP of a different brand?
Only thing thats worth trying is hold the reset button on the router in for 10 secs. see if it makes any difference. you could install a new firmware but not likely to make much difference for that kinda fault.. John
Posted on Feb 26, 2007
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