Linksys Wireless Router :: Setting Up E4200 As Local Network

Jun 5, 2012

I've been playing around with my E4200 but cannot find the right combination of settings. My problem: I bought the router for cable internet that never happened. In the meantime I am accessing the web using a 3G dongle. Hoewever, while connected to the router (wired or wireless), all the PC's in my home refuses to access the 3G internet - it is as if it wants to use the E4200 to access the net, no matter what. So every time I want to access the internet, I have to disconnect the PC from the home network, and connect with the 3G on that particulat PC. (I have three PC's at home, 1 wired and two wireless). If I set the E4200 to bridge mode, I struggle to find a logical IP address, since I would ideally like to run the network at 192.168.1.X. How do I set the E4200 to allow a home network to be established without having to disconnect everytime I use the 3G on a PC? Also, it seems that if the router doesn't handle the DHCP duties, win7 by default makes the network public, which complicates sharing a lot...

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Apr 24, 2012

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Nov 9, 2012

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Oct 27, 2012

I am to play an online game called, "Super Street Fighter: Arcade Edition" and I am constantly getting disconnected. Currently my router is set to DHCP and I read and heard from other sources that a static IP is the way to go but I can't seem to get it setup when I follow youtube videos or read how-to guides.Which is the best choice for a solid connection?  Port forward the ports need to play the game or setup a static ip or some sort of combination of both? How to setup a static IP with the linksys e4200? I also have a linksys repeater to boost the signal strength. Its the Linksys RE1000 repeater.Also, if you have any other suggestions that might be better such as leaving my router on DHCP and making changes somewhere else in the router configuration page (192.168.1.1).

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Setting Up E4200 With Wet610n?

Jul 7, 2011

I'm moving into a new house.  I've purchased the E4200 and the WET610N so I can connect between the main house and the carriage house which will be my office.  Carriage house is 60' away from the main house.  I want to place the E4200 in the main house and will send it the broadband cable signal from the cable modem.  I'll wire ethernet directly from the E4200 to the DVR for DirecTV and will use another output to distribute to other computers in the main house via ethernet switch.  I will place the WET610N in the carriage house and want to take to output from the WET610N into wired ethernet switch(es) there for access to the broadband from the house. 

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Feb 9, 2012

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E4200 - Force A Specific Speed For The Local Ports?

Sep 14, 2011

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Jul 23, 2012

I have the Linksys/Cisco router E4200.  My question is setting up parental control features as specified in [URL] - specifically the blocking of sites based on certain keywords and/or blocking sites based on age groups (child/teen).  I do not see this capability in my Cisco Connect software.  Is this feature available for E4200 v1?  If so, how can I obtain the software?

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Mar 20, 2011

I just bought a Linksys E4200 from bestbuy tonight, mostly for the feature of plugging my hard drive into it to use it as a media server, and being able to read & write to it from any computer on my network.  I have searched for hours on end trying to fix my problem.  I login to my router (at 192.168.1.1), I go to the storage tab, I then click the "Create Share" button next to my WD hard drive in the list and nothing happens. Ive tried this on four different computers, and three different browsers now to no avail.
 
Some random information:
Computer: Dell XPS 420
Router: Linksys E4200
Hard Drive: WD 1TB

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Feb 14, 2012

I am setting up a new E4200 modem, and have not been able to use the wired connection. The Windows 7 diagnositic on all three computers tells me "Local Area Connection, doesn't have a valid IP configuration."Model: E4200v1..I am using a new E4200 router, along with a new SE1500 5-port switch and a new SE2800 8-port switch.I am using a wired network that consists of two desktop computers, a laptop computer, a network printer, three Direct TV recorders, two Roku streaming video players, a BluRay player, and an XBox gaming console.Here is what I have done so far.

1- I can bypass the router to establish a direct wired connection to the cable modem. This works to access the internet. It establishes a new wired connection called Network 2.
2- I can access the internet using the wireless connection to the router. It shows a valid IPv4 address.
3- With all cables in place, all the lights are flashing on the router and on the computers.
4- I had changed cables and swapped cable ends.
5- Using the wireless connection, I can access the router home page (192.168.1.1). It shows valid IP addresses.

The problem is that my old Linksys BEFSR81 stopped working, with the same eror message for the LAN connection, "Local Area Connection, doesn't have a valid IP configuration."How often does the WAN port go bad? On both a five-year old BEFSR81, and a brand new E4200?

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May 1, 2012

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Aug 3, 2012

In the settings menu, there is no l2tp in which it was possible to configure a local address of the router. It should be: 10.155.41.41There is an option only for VPN server setup(10.255.255.254), but where it takes a local address that my provder has gave me?  - it is not clear. At the same time in the status of the router receives a DNS correctly and the second address embarass me little bet DNS should be:

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first dns is correct, and second one looks like: 80.252.45.86Maybe he does not take a local setting of ip adress via DHCP?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E3200 - Losing Access To Local Network HDD?

Dec 25, 2011

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2000 - Installing A Wifi Printer On Local Network

Aug 14, 2012

I have a Linksys E2000 router. I am trying to install an Epson NX230 printer on my home network.  Apparently, the Epson printer has a MAC address assigned to it. My network cannot find the printer. I looked at my riuter setup and the MAC Address Clone has two buttons, Enabled Disabled. The Disabled button is clicked on. Accdording to documentation I foudn on this website, it looks like I can Enabled the MAC Address clone button. The document also mentgioend entereding the MAC address for a PC.
 
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Apr 27, 2013

I have the following equipment
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WRT54g router (B/G)
WAP54g access point (B/G)
 
I am planning to set up a wi-fi network for a single story motel. It is C-shaped; about 300 feet along the longest side with "legs" of 120 and 70 feet. I have included a diagram that I drew for the person that will install it. Until now I have only used that single WRT54g in the office for the entire property and it covers about half the property (left side) but not well and with a dead spot in the top left because of too many walls to go through.
 
My plan starts in the office (bottom left) with a WRT54g connected to the DSL modem as it always was. That would be connected to one of the E2500s in the middle so it can cover the most area. From there two others would shoot out to each corner (the other E2500 and the WAP54g). They will all be wired together with Cat 5e "riser cable". The routers will be placed in a wide open attic.

1. Is this is a good plan for the size of property? I have heard that N routers have a range of 150ft in every direction so that's why I'm putting one in the middle. Keep in mind that while the attic is open and wood constructed, the walls between rooms are concrete firewall and they haven't been wi-fi friendly. Hopefully putting them in the attic takes care of this.

2. Does starting with a B/G router at the modem mean the N routers will revert to B/G?

3. What are the main settings I need to know about? What "mode" does each need to be set to?  Do they need different default gateways?

Can I use the same password/security for all of them? Should I use the same SSID for all?

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Feb 18, 2013

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Apr 22, 2012

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Dec 18, 2011

having wireless G network coexist with Wireless N network on e4200.
 
I have an existing wireless G network with ActionTec router for VERIZON FIOS.  I just added the E4200 router for wireless N.  I have latest firmware, 1.0.03.  Version 1 hardware.
 
We are getting a couple of laptops for holidays and would like these to be able use wireless N.  I have older laptop/itouch/roku device that use wireless G/B network from ActionTec router.  I would like to keep the ActionTec router for wireless G/B, so that both 2.4 and 5.0 ghz networks are Wireless N only.  
 
I have both routers configured so that ActionTec is primary with DHCP and the e4200 is secondary, setup in bridge mode, with DHCP off and static ip of 192.168.1.2.   Used this for guidance -> [URL]
 
I have one SID for ActionTec Wireless G network and this is set for Channel 1
 
I have a different SID for e4200 Wireless N network, same for 2.4 and 5.0 and I left defaults on other wireless settings.

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Feb 21, 2013

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And even better, can I set up a DHCP relationship to that port? So that any device plugged into the port will get a IP on that subnet?

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Aug 21, 2011

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May 27, 2012

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Sep 18, 2011

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Jun 24, 2011

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Jan 12, 2013

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Jan 7, 2012

I'm trying to block two URL's over the entire network via my E4200. I'm having a heck of a time doing this, I loginto my router via the browser (the web setup) (because I think Cisco Connect on the Mac is about the worst software ever written.) And I go to the Access Restrictions page. There I understand I'll have to use the Internet Access Policy pane to make some more advanced settings than the Parental Control. 
 
I enter a name for my rule, so far so good. Enable it. Go to the applied PC page. Open the page to enter MAC adresses and IP's. I go to the IP Address Range field and entere in the box numbered 01; 192.168.2.2 to 192.168.2.51 which in my case is the enitre network. Save the setttings and close that window. 
 
I don't set Access Restriction to deny becasue that seems to block the entire network. 
 
So I go the the Website Blocking by URL Address option and enter the URL I want to block.
 
I don't do anything wiht the the Blocked Applications since I don't want to block a specific service or application. So I click Save Settings. 
 
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Apr 21, 2012

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Aug 4, 2011

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