Question about Cisco Linksys E1000 WirelessN Broadband Router Network Routers
SOURCE: I cannot install my Epson
I actually own a workforce 600 printer... they are nice for photos... anyway, the following solution only applies if your router is configured as a DHCP Server... This is the default setting, so if you don't know, then it is probably is configured as a DHCP Server. So, First, plug your printer directly into the router (wired connection) Then, load all drivers and software onto your computer. There will be one program in particular that you want to use. It is called "EpsonNet Config". Open that program (it is located in start---> all Programs--->EpsonNet---> EpsonNet Config Vx ) If your printer does not show up, you must verify your network settings on the printer (First make sure your wireless is disabled in Setup ----> Network settings --->Wireless LAN setup ----> Disable.... Then, Setup ----> Network settings ---> general network setup ------> "Yes" ---> press"ok"----> "Auto" ---->press"ok"---->"yes")
Now, go back to EpsonNet Config on your computer and click refresh (upper left hand corner). When your printer shows up, double click on it. In the left pane click on network---> basic (wireless). In the right pane, click enable wireless LAN, then type in your SSID (routers name). DO NOT CLICK TRANSMIT YET. Then, in the left pane, click "network ----> security". In the right pane, put in the appropriate security level and key for your router. This information you would have configured when you setup your router. Now... click transmit then "ok". Wait for the settings to transmit 100%. now you can remove the network cable... verify that EpsonNet Config still can see the printer. and you are good to go. I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
you may want to make sure that your IPS supports DHCP or you connect using a dynamic IP address. If not supporting DHCP, you want want to login into router to reconfigure it. Here is link for more info.
I have seen similar issues many time. Good luck and let me know.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
I think you might be getting a little confused here. The DCHP addresses are the ones the router assigns to anything you plug into it, anything else is free for you to assign manually to things. Additionally, you cannot plug anything into router two and expect it to have an address from router one, it don't work that way. Anything plugged into router two has an address from router two. Router two cannot be on the same network as router one (yes they are connected together but cannot use the same address ranges, if one is on 192.168.1.1 the other cannot use x.x.1.x). The easiest way to organise all this would have been to have just one wifi router and an eight port (lan) switch. This way you get everything working in one set of network addresses and you don't try making things do what they can't. I can't see it working the way you've explained.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
SOURCE: Att changed our DSL modem
one router should be the client of other.you cannot connect both as server.set one as client mode .
dhscp seting as client mode and range it in your network. and if its single router then set dhcp as server mode to increase range
from 192.168.0.2-------192.168.1.64or128or even254
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
Normally on the back of the routers there is a small reset button you can press and hold for 15 seconds. This will reset the unit.
Click here for linksys tech support page. At the bottom there is a live chat option.
Posted on Aug 09, 2011
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