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Linksys wireless connection keeps getting dropped

We've got hardwired and wireless hooked connected to the router. The wireless connections keep getting dropped, it's quite frustrating.
Actually, it's 3 things connected, an ethernet and two routers, one for phone and one for internet.

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  • Myxylplyg Nov 27, 2007

    Linksys Ethernet EF4124 to Linksys Wireless WRT54GS. We also have a vonage router connected to the Ethernet EF4124.

  • Myxylplyg Nov 27, 2007

    It is version 1.1.

    I have DHCP setup on the wireless router but not sure what it is for the DSL modem. I have to dig up the user/pass to find out.

  • Myxylplyg Nov 27, 2007

    It's version 1.1

    I think DHCP is set up but I can't find my pw to log in and check for sure.

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    Know ones eles can connect to the internet



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From you DSL modem or broadband router, what is the next device connected?

Posted on Nov 27, 2007

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  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2007

    On the Linksys, next to the WRT54GS, there should be a version number. What is it?

    Do you have DHCP setup on your DSL modem or broadband router?

  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2007

    This may help.

  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2007

    Ya, you'll need to setup DHCP on the DSL router so that the wireless router receives a IP for it's WAN connection.

    Then, you'll need to setup an addressing scheme on the LAN side of the wireless router (DHCP). The key here is to make sure that each addressing scheme is different else each router will not know how to route back.

    This should be a start.

  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2007

    If DHCP is ON on the DSL modem, you should setup the WAN connection as AUTO. But the key again is to make sure that the addressing scheme setup on DHCP of the Linksys is separate.

  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2007

    Your DSL provider should know of a way that gives you access to the online setup of the DSL router.



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