Yesterday I could not receive any signal from my WL-330g. I tried to reset the router and the modem, then it worked for a while but the connection was really slow. So I restarted the computer but after that, it says no connectivity or limited connection. The ASUS Utility is saying that there is no connection and I should check my network connection.
I tried to check the listed available MACs on my router setting but the ASUS wont show. The other pcs with other wireless connection are working fine and can be detected.
Is my WL-330g broken? Can Ethernet Adapters be fixed? And can somebody tell me what caused this problem?
Are you running windows xp or vista? if so make sure that your DHCP service is running, and also make sure your IP address is configured to "obtain automatically" if your router is configured to do just that. Otherwise I would say:
1 - upgrade firmware
2 - make sure everything is configured correctly on router and pc (I suggest making same as other computers connected)
3 - uninstall and reinstall your network adapter or install newer drivers for network adapter.
4 - your router is bogged down due to the fact there is more than one computer connecting to it. It may not be built to work well with more than 1 pc, even though it is capable.
5 - your router is not within good strength connection of your pc.
- i can help you more if you give me more information and try the things listed above. but be careful when screwing around on the router settings, you could click something causing everything to stop working.
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Usually it means an issue with the router or modem and happens here--computer will with wireless show connected but limited connectivity--this depends on where you are or who your provider is= out here our solution is to from time to time reset the router (unplug it for a minute and plug it back) or call the provider to check things remotely.
Stopping it is a different issue---if using the phone line with a modem and a two wire system this kind of problem is endemic.
Cable systems for signal rarely have this issue but anything using the phone for DSL is prone to this.
Sometimes if reset the router does not work it is the provider having a problem or too many users on a limited line---
Limited or no connectivity can be due to more then having a weak signal. And I assume you've sat your computer right next to your access point with no solution?
Try connecting your computer to your access point/modem with an ethernet cable and checking the configuration settings by going into an Internet browser and typing in the IP address of the access point, and then the credentials when/if prompted
Not a lot of info to go on, but I'll give you my thoughts on it. In my experience, limited connectivity indicates the modem isn't connecting up to the internet. You can reset the modem by unpowering it for a few seconds, then seeing if it will connect, but I'm sure you've already tried that. Could be a faulty modem, but I doubt it. Chances are there's a software incompatibility issue between the modem and the wireless card. Was the zonet working with the card before? If it was, you might have to go into Network in control panel and delete the linksys connection, and have windows redetect the Zonet. Sorry, all I can think of, not a whole lot of experience in this arena, and my routers always worked. Maybe someone will have had the same problem and know the solution, that would be the easiest way to go, of course.
Is your laptop able to connect to other networks? If so, your router maybe at fault. Reset the router, if it still doesn't work, you may need a new router. If your laptop has issues connecting to other networks, the wifi radio in your laptop may need to be replaced.
I don't know what a level 1 router is, but try hooking directly to your modem with the lan line that goes to your router, if you get a connection there, reconnect your router to your modem and then connect a line to one of the outputs from your router. If you get nothing out of it, then your router is probably fried
what i can suggest u is that just reset the router and then install the wireless driver into ur computer and then try and connect to wireless network and hope u will be connected......good luck....
I agree with JonwVBFL, it sounds like the DHCP server is not enabled on the router. You can enable this using the administrative web interface on the router (http://192.168.1.1). The default username is admin with a blank password or vice versa.