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Re: Problems connecting Toshiba-WRC 1000 through cable...
I'm not sure what you mean by "connection sequence".
If the modem is on, and the router is set up properly, it makes no difference what's turned on next.
The wiring sequence should be simple:
Modem to Internet or WAN port on the router, any
LAN port to the computer ethernet port.
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Change the wireless key encryption level to wpa atleast. get a any new wireless key.then try to connect. remember by making any changes on the router on the wireless part of the router it will disconnect all the devices or computers connected wireless. you have to connect them with new wireless key or the password.
It could be your router is becoming intermittent, but also your ISP connection could be dropping and not resetting properly. I have this issue occasionally and it is the ISP generally dropping my connection. Only way to test is to try a known good router and see if it corrects the problem. With data speeds increasing it is getting more difficult for the ISP to provide reliable service especially over ADSL. I went 5 years without EVER resetting my ISP connection, then started having increasing difficulties with my connection in the past 3-4 years due to higher data rates being introduced.
Is it disconnecting through the router or modem? If it getting disconnected through the modem, then first check whether it disconnects through the modem. connect the computer directly to the modem and check whether it works properly or not? If it is working properly through the modem then there must be a problem with the router. try to upgrade the firmware of the router. Click Here for more info about networking
If you are using one box (or modem/router) only, when your computer says media disconnected, it means that your computer does not detect your modem.
You can try unplugging and replugging the ethernet at the back of your computer or laptop. make sure that the light on the ethernet port is lit up (especially for desktops, not sure about laptops though).
You can also do the same process with the ethernet cable from your modem/router. if your modem/router has other ethernet ports in it, try to connect it to other ports as well. If your computer still says media disconnected, try purchasing or borrowing a new ethernet cable.
Also make sure that your ethernet adapter is working properly and that media disconnected follows after ethernet adapter local area connection and not wireless connection.
Hope this helps!
Hi to find router settings open your command prompt type ipconfig and check default gateway is 192.168.2.1. or not
Then type in 192.168.2.1. on the address bar of an internet explorer page or type http://192.168.2.1. from run
If still this dosent work disconnect your modem from your router and and then try the above steps
And remember to try this only from a wired computer cauz if you try to change router settings from wireless connection will drop .
Did you move the router out of range of the computer? It sounds like you put it back where it was but I just thought I'd ask.
Otherwise, use your wired connection to check the router settings. It is possible that the wireless settings defaulted due to the disconnection. You can either set the router to match your wireless computer if you can remember, or just set up a fresh wireless connection between the two.
There is a 90 % possibility that the wireless settings on the gaming adapter and the router are not the same. Try to reconfigure this again. Remember that the gaming adapter's wireless settings needs to synchronize with that of the router to make the gaming adpater works. Call netgear and verify the settings on your wireless connection and reverify the settings you have on the adapter. For manual instructions, see user guide at www.linksys.com/download
When you say home bases, i assume you mean desktop pc's.
If the channel you mention is the channel that the router works off eg channel 11 then all wireless adapters have to be set to channel 11, or the same channel as the router.
The reason for one disconnecting from the internet will probably be the adapter losing the signal because of obstacles like walls and doors, as if the signal gets too low then the reciever cannot connect properly with the router, hence dropping the connection.
Try the router in a different higher position or at a phone socket nearer the troubled pc.
The connection accross the network should be atleast good and at 54 MBPS, anything less may not connect properly.
The laptops will tend to have a stronger connection as most have a signal up booster built in the screen.