Hi, I set up my new DWL-G700AP with 64bit WEP key and connect my AP to my LAN that is connected to internet through an ADSL-router. I can ping to computers in my LAN, the AP, the ADSL-Router and to Internet and the time is less than 10ms. Then, when I try to visit some Web Page the Internet Browser resolve the URL but later it failed and does not show me anything. How can I solve this problem?, I can't use any services through Internet even if I can ping it. Thanks.
Assuming that I am understanding your problem correctly, you can connect via your wireless access point, but Internet Explorer isn't working on your computer? Does the problem exist on the other computers as well? It would appear that you have a connection, just no browser. If the problem is simply the browser not working on one computer (your laptop I presume), then download another copy of the browser on a different computer, save to a flash drive and reinstall it on the problem system. The browsers can cache web pages temporaily and stores the URL's to recently visited web pages in the history folder. I also would suggest having more than one browser on every computer because of problems like this. The most popular and sometimes the primary browser used is Mozilla Firefox from www.mozilla.com. Browsers do not resolve the web domain name (URL) This name resolution is performed by a Domain Name Service Server (DNS). Your ISP most likely also has a DNS server and provides the address resolution for your queries on the internet. Hope this helps.
Step 1 Log into the web-based configuration by opening up a web browser and typing in the IP address of the access point (192.168.0.50).
Step 2 The default username is admin (all lower case) and the password is blank (nothing). Click OK.
Step 3 Click on the Advanced tab and then click Encryption on the left side. Select the Wireless Band (DWL-7100AP only).
Step 4 Click the radio button next to Shared Key and then click Enabled next to Encryption. Make sure your other wireless devices are set to Shared Key.
Step 5 Next to Key Type, select HEX or ASCII. You will need to use the same key on all your wireless devices.
· HEX - use 0-9 and A-F only. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response Thanks, Joe
· ASCII - All numbers and letters.
Step 6 Next to Key Size, select the level of encryption (64, 128, or 152-bit).
Step 7 You can enter up to 4 different keys. Select the key you want to use from the Valid Key drop-down.
Step 8 Enter your encryption key. You make this up yourself. If you selected HEX, then enter a key made up of a combination of numbers (0-9) and letters (A-F). For example - A4572BCC19 (HEX).
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