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Re: Can't log in to the router...
Assuming you know the ip address to get in your router (192.168.2.154), the password and username both being admin, you may have to connect via the RJ45 ethernet cable and remove or delete the security settings or whatever you used to block the connection.
If you are not able to get into the router at all then there is a reset button to the right of the power connection, hold this down with a pen tip or paper clip for more than 5 seconds, this will reset it back to factory settings and enable you to start again with the set up.
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You can reset both the modem and the router by removing the power cord where it connects into the router (Called Recycling the Power) I would do it with both the modem and the router for about a full 2 minutes.
Sounds more like you have a connectivity issue from interference from something on you desk. Some known culprits are:
High Intensity Lamps
Radio Interference coming from your wireless phone
Power strip with filters for telephone signal
any other environmental issues including computer monitor.
Next door neighbor's router signal bleeding through.
Filter device missing from phone
Filter device missing from phone line connected to you TV
Try moving the router back to the old location. Does problem go away. You are now too close to something thats breaking your signal. I can log into my neighbors access point across the street and two houses away. Signals are strong but can be blocked by a lot of things mentioned above or tin foil.
Check it out,
I'm not familiar with the term "unlock" as it relates to that router, but see if this helps:
The product manual, found here, gives detailed instructions on how to log on and set up the configuration for your devices. It also has information on how to use the reset button or menus to reset the router to the default ID and password.
I suspect that you have already done this, which would tell me that the house computer was configured in the router and that was dropped during the reset. Your next step will be to examine the configurations on the router, the PS3, and the home computer. Look for any differences between those configurations and make whatever changes are required to make all three match.
1. Yes, clear the router for the new house. follow these instructions: 1.Log into router 2. Verify wireless router name( on the computer) >>> ( on/off) 3.Note router name you are connecting to. 4.. Check the laptop do ipconfig /all to see current IP adresses. 5. Set the laptop up in the router by WEP KEY or MAC address. 6.Note router name you are connecting to. 7. Move the laptop about 20ft away and try to log on to the internet. This is for all routers to set up wirelessly.
what you could do is have it installed on the computer and block it with a password protected firewall. and could also create security rules in the browser to block the website they are visiting to download it.
parental controls within the operating systems also will help out if you want to set them up.
Usually the modem/router has time blocks in which certain computers can access the net, this could cut down the time that your child has the net for.
if your that certain, there's programs that will record every key stroke and capture frames every so often, this could be a good way to keep an eye on the kids http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keystroke_logging this will give you an idea how they work
there will be lots of reasons that computer is not detecting the wireless network
1. you can check teh firewall or any anti virus might be blocking it
2. you can check teh wireless switch must be ON
3. you can also check teh wireless card must be enable
4. last you can try to reinstall the wireless card
5. still if you are not able to see it then you can try to change teh wireless settings like channel and security type on teh router
Sometimes firewalls on your computers can cause connection issues. I had the same problem with my home network. I had norton internet security 2008 on both systems, but the firewall settings on both computers had to be adjusted to allow the computers to talk. If you have different brand firewalls on each computer, you should consider to switching one of the computers so that it matches the other.
Another thing you want to do is log into the router's web utility and check to see if the wireless settings are blocking wireless connections in some way. You also want to make sure the ssid broadcast is enabled.
Finally, you really should consider using security on your router, so wireless connections would be password protected. I suggest wpa personal.