Asus RT-N12 Dd-wrt Compatible Router For Weekend Home Theater Project
Apr 24, 2011
I've got a relative that needs a wireless solution for their new HD LCD. The spouse has vetoed running cat-5 (I'd have told her to pound sand...) so we're looking for an inexpensive router that we can install dd-wrt on and throw it in bridge mode. The Linksys wrt54g seems to have dried up in the area, no one seems to have one in stock and I haven't had any luck finding an Asus RT-N12 that I can get delivered in a timely fashion, that would have been my second pick.
Any recommendation for a fairly inexpensive G/N router that either features a robust bridge mode or that I can flash for this project?
I've tried everything possible to connect my blu ray player to my network. I've tried the auto setup, manual entry and cant come up with anything. I've followed all the instructions i can find on-line and i don't know if I'm overlooking something or what. I've got Philips blu ray home theater system and linksys wrt120n router
I am researching power adapters versus range extenders to bring the best signal to a new home theater so I can stream Netflix. I don't do much else (gaming etc...) and am not a tech person. I just want to enjoy movies in an area of my house that gets little or no signal. Didi I waste my money buying smart? Can I still do an ethernet connection off the power adapter? Should I put another router there instead--- off the adapter- so I can use the theaters wifi?
I am unable to set router's (RT-N56U) IP adress to default one (192.168.1.1), or any other in subnet 1. It always popum message to me which says "IP adress 192.168.1.1 is not a valid adress". Also when I restart device it automaticaly sets its IP to 192.168.2.1. I have static IP which is translated to IP in subnet 1 so I need this working. The router is in "Wireless router mode (Default)"
I flashed my router to DD-WRT, but I could not access the web UI which is suppose to come on typing 192.168.1.1 in the web browser. . It used to come fine before but I reflashed to Asus Firmware but now I cannot access it. I have tried several times to flashing it to Asus Firmware and Back to DD-WRT, but it didn't work. When I flash to ASUS everytime my old settings are still the same. I tried assigning a static IP also.
The tablet worked perfectly till yesterday. Now I can not connect to wifi. It says "not in range". I tried forgetting the network, restarted the tablet, restarted the modem, tried putting the wifi network manually, but no success so far. It scans neighboring networks, but not mine. Android 4.0.3
Some background: We live in a 3-story 3,700 sq. foot home. Office is in bottom front corner of the 1st floor. We have a Linksys WRT54GS router (I know!) paired with a cable modem. We have a desktop wired to the router, a plasma TV across the room connected to the cable and a PS3. We also have an iPad, two iPhones, and a MacBook Air (2012), plus whatever devices guests bring into the house.
We have trouble streaming on devices on 2nd and 3rd floors on the opposite side of house from the office. Plan on adding a NAS in near future, primarily as a local backup and to share pictures, music, movies, etc.Not sure if one of the routers above is the way to go for whole house coverage? Seems like the AC version is probably way beyond our needs, but not sure. Is there a cheaper way to go than either that will still provide the coverage we need for a large house?
I'm looking at doing an intranet project at work. What i want is to have one main machine that will have a forum and website on (probably Windows IIS on Windows 7). Then i want to have approximately 10 other users on laptops that can connect to my intranet forum and site via "wireless" connection, but at the same time none of those 10 laptops or my main machine having any "internet" access. Is this possible and if so how
I have a SONY J series and I want to know how to make it project a wireless connection without using a router, as I have an ehternet cable going in to the sony but want to change that internet connection into wireless so I can connect my laptop to it, is there a way of doing this or am I imagining you can do this?
I have gotten myself a neoware e140.It has an VIA 800MHz CPU with 128MB Flash and 128MB DDR2 RAM.he one I received a spare PCI slot which is occupied by a matrox graphic card Matrox Epica card. It shows up in the System Specs as a TC4 but I think it is a TC2.
It comes with this special adapter which splits into two DVI adapters. Each of these adapters supposedly can drive 2 monitors (I have no clue how).
The box currently has some neoware linux on it.I want to make a pfsense box out it to have support for a dual WAN setup. I have never dealt with this kind of stuff before and do not even know how to load the OS on the flash etc.
I have an ASUS Z77 Motherboard and when I install the AI Suite II which comes on the installation disc it blocks my internet connection. When I uninstall the software my connection is fine. I am using an Ethernet connection by the way. I think it is being blocked by the component called Network iControl. As soon as that component is uninstalled my Internet connection comes back. I want to have the software, but I also want to have my connection.
I recently moved into a larger 2 story house, and for the first few months I was using a Linksys E1000 I've had for about 2 years now. It's a fine single band router, but the people upstairs and the xbox/PS3 in the living room didnt have the strongest connection.
I shopped around and finally got a ASUS RT-N66U for a really good, strong dual band router that would supposedly give better range and performance than my old E1000.
Unfortunately, since I got it everyone is having issues they never had before, namely:Signal dropping all around the house and having to search for the network much slower performance than before the xbox/PS3 cant hold a stable connection even for a few minutes now, when before you could watch Netflix HD programs easily
I've upgraded the Firmware to 18.104.22.168.178 since I heard earlier firmwares had issues, but other than that and opening my ports for qTorrent it is relatively stock settings.
Currently in place ISP WISP Point to Point network would like some pointers to exceed in doing it right. Here are some issues.ISP Fiber 50 Megs down and 50 Megs up ( Working )What Router do I use? Looking at Cisco RVS4000 at JDT Site as main router I have routers at others towers using the 10.1.19.xxx address as wans setup.Do I pull out all routers and use only one from the JDT Site?
a. Due to Port forwarding
b. Lets say main Wan is 22.214.171.124 Lan 10.1.19.1
1. Site BTT router is assign address 10.1.19.33 Lan 192.168.6.1
a. Can I setup 126.96.36.199:85 to see 10.1.19.33?
My Point ot Point radio use different IP address to separate from lan address (10.1.19.xxx) Radios (10.1.119.xxx)1. Everything is working just want to re-design everything never thought I would grow this fast with in 2 years. Hope I explain this well enought. 90% of users are out in the country without high speed internet.
i have MiFi2200 internet service .when router is down stairs in main part of house , signal is weak upstairs on desktop. i am using Linksys speedbooster on desktop to receive wifi signal. what can i do to increase MiFi signal to upstairs desktop computer?
I have just spent an hour with TalkTalk technical support being told that the new router they supplied today can only be used wirelessly for Vista or W7 but not both together. Am i going mad. Both connect to the router but my Vista laptop will not connect to the internet and will only show as an unidentified public network.
I have an E1200 and an AE2500 adapter..I cannot get the ae2500 to connect to the router. I have another Belkin adapter that connects just fine but it only has speed up to 150mbps. I want to connect using the other adapter but cannot seem to get it working with this router.
I bought this adapter (WUSB11) not knowing there were two different kind of wireless networks. We have a wireless-G router and NOT a wireless-B. I do not want to open the boxes to try the adapters. Will the wireless-B adapters be compatible with the wireless-G router?
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