I just bought the dell wireless 2350 broadband router, and when I set it up it work with my destop but I couldn't get wireless internet for my laptop! I tired everything I could think of, and now I can't internet for both of my computers!
Is there any other better wireless routers that are cheap?
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Re: Wireless internet problem!
OK I have found a tutorial link.. Work thru the tutorail ..hope this helps..
It is possible to do exactly as you want.. so it is simply a matter of getting all the setting A OK.. G L. :)
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Change your wireless settings on your computer. Use the router's password. that way you will be able to gain access to your router. when you changed the settings on your router it does not automatically update your computer's connection settings. you have to manually change it. try right clicking the icon for your wireless on your computer. go to the connection settings and add a password that corresponds to the settings you changed on your router.
Unplug router for 10 seconds and reconnect. This will stop the static charge buildup that happens frequently with routers. If needed, set up a wireless network using the network wizard and set all settings to automatic.
Please look on the back of the router for a small reset button - Press this with a pin or something small and hold it for a few seconds. Then check your router manual or a sticker on the bottom of the router to use the default password for your router
Note: You will have to reconfigure any settings you changed ie port forwarding
I see. You can try changing the wireless settings of the router. You can do that by accessing the web based utility of the router. Here are the instructions:
1.Click the Start button, and then click Run. 2.Type the following text in the Open box: http://my.router 3.If this is the first time configuring your Dell Wireless 2350 Broadband Router, or if the user name and password have not been changed from the default settings, type admin in the User Name field and admin in the Password field. 4.Click the OK button. The Configuration screen appears. 5. Under the Basic settings, under Wireless Settings change the channel from Auto to 1, 6, or 11.
1. Reaccess the configuration page of the router using a wired computer.
2. Click on System Tools, find Firmware Upgrade.
3. Click Browse and search for the firmware you downloaded from the site I gave you earlier. Select it and then start the upgrade. Let the firmware finish its upgrade.