Question about Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Router
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i you restart you devices, modem and router...
first turn off the modem and then the router and last will be the computer
second if you will turn the devices on...
first turn on the modem,wait until the dsl light becomes solid
second turn on the router,wait for a minute and
third turn on the computer.
check the wireless settings for your router and save changes
next, try to check wireless connection by disabling the local area connection (LAC)
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
You must keep everything on the same subnet. Only allow the router to be DHCP and keep everything on 192.168.1.x subnet. You are going to have alot of problems talking across subnets
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
This is a software issue with the Linksys program. Do you have the original cd? If so, unistall the program and reinstall it.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
If you connect the router (WRT54GC) to your broadband modem does it then allow wireless action? Your router has an Internet address. It is 192.168.1.1, in all probability. Check your manual to be sure. Access to the control panel is through this address. You must log in to the router then set up the Wireless, the SSID (the name you give your network) and any security you set up. I prefer the WEP-PSK[TKIP] as it's easiest. Other things with the router, settings and such, pretty much are set automatically, so once security is set you should be good to go. Good luck !!!
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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address conflict occurs
when two computers on a LAN or the Internet have been assigned the same IP. IP
conflicts between two computers normally render either one or both of them
unusable for network operations.
Address Conflicts Happen
computers can acquire conflicting IP addresses in any of several ways:
· A system administrator assigns two
computers on the LAN the same Static IP Address.
· A system administrator assigns a
computer a static IP address within the local network's DHCP range (dynamic IP
range), and the same address is automatically assigned by the LAN DHCP
· A malfunction in the network's DHCP
server allows the same dynamic address to automatically be assigned to multiple
· An ISP accidentally assigns two
customers the same IP address (either statically or dynamically).
· A mobile computer is put into standby
/ hibernate mode and then awakened later.
other forms of IP conflicts can also occur on a network. For example, one computer
may experience an IP address conflict with itself if that computer is
configured with multiple Network Adapters. System administrators may also
create IP conflicts by accidentally connecting two ports of a network switch or
router to each other.
IP Address Conflicts
Microsoft Windows computers, if you attempt to set a fixed (static) IP address
that is already active on the local network, you will receive the following
pop-up error message:
The static IP address that was just configured is already in use on the
network. Please reconfigure a different IP address.
Microsoft Windows computers having dynamic IP conflicts, you should receive a
balloon error message in the Taskbar as soon as the operating system detects
There is an IP address conflict with another system on the network.
especially on older Windows computers, a message similar to the following may
instead appear in a pop-up window:
The system has detected a conflict for IP address...
On Mac or
Linux computers, a similar message will normally appear on screen.
following remedies for IP conflicts:
networks where IP addresses are fixed (statically assigned), ensure each local
host is configured with a
unique IP address.
2. If your
computer has a dynamically assigned address, releasing
and renewing its IP address can
workaround IP address conflicts.
3. If your home router is believed to have a faulty DHCP server causing IP conflicts on the home network, upgrading the router firmware may resolve this problem.
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