Belkin Routers :: N750 DB - How To Utilize Dual Band Feature
Dec 1, 2012
How do I utilize the dual band feature on my belkin N750 DB? Do I have to set up two separate networks? Even then how when my devices PC, iPod, gaming devices are only recognizing the 2.4GHz band network?
I just bought a new D-Link N750 DIR-835 Dual Band Router, and I tried installing it to apparently no avail. I used the installation CD and followed all the instructions carefully throughout, but once it was "working," I did a speed test and saw that there was absolutely no difference in speed.
I refuse to believe that this new router, which cost me over $100, would provide no noticeable difference over my old router. Speaking of my old router, I have the original router that Telus sent me for free. It's a Siemens Gigaset SE567, and I've dealt with it a few times when I had internet problems,fiddling with the 192.168.0.1 web address site, configuring the passwords and SSID, and the like. I'm not super-educated on the matter,but I know enough about it that with a thorough explanation, I could probably perform whatever is necessary.
Anyways, like I said, I followed all the instructions and after testing out some simple Youtube videos on both my tablet and laptop, through the wireless network that resulted, it couldn't even load a 480p video without lagging. I know that the router isn't the only thing that ensures speed, but even with my (probably barebottom) internet plan (which my father set up, not me, and knowing my father, it's probably the slowest connection available), I just cannot believe that the resulting network was the best speed available to me. So did I do something wrong? Are the routers interfering with each other? Is that actually the best speed I can achieve? Is that Gigaset even a router? Or is it a modem? Or both?
I have belkin n600 hd wireless dual band n router f7d8301 v1. do i need to do any firmware upgrade? should i down load and install V3 of firmware of V1 only? i want to increase / enhance the range of WiFi.
Region : UnitedStatesModel : TL-WDR4300Hardware Version : V1Firmware Version : 3.13.23 Build 120810 Rel 44064nHow do I configure the TP-Link N750 wireless router model TL-WDR4300 as an access point so that computers/nodes on the WAN, LAN and wifi connections of this device are all on the same network/subnet?From the admin browser page, disabling DHCP and NAT does not provide the desired results.
F9L1101 N600 DB Wireless Dual-Band USB Adapter : recognizing and connecting to wireless network but unable to use internet. Changed static IP adress, etc but no luck. Followed instructions on support email response:
Start->Control Panel->Network Connections(classic view)->Right click on Local Area connection(wired)/Wireless network connection(wireless)->Properties->Select Internet Protocol(TCP/IP)->Properties->Under General tab, choose "Use the following IP address" and type the IP address, Subnet mask and Default Gateway, DNS and press OK. Type in the ip address 192.168.2.20 Enter the subnet mask as 255.255.255.0 Enter the default gate way as 192.168.2.1 Type in the primary DNS as 220.127.116.11 Type the alternate DNS as 18.104.22.168
Am currently unstalling and reinstalling. The network is WEP with a long alpha numeric key, which was accepted and network detected and connected. No internet. No internet. No internet.
Region : UnitedStates Model : TL-WDR3600 Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : TL-WDR3600_V1_130320 ISP :
Has anyone gotten the Guest Network feature to work from the new firmware TL-WDR3600_V1_130320?I have my WDR3600 setup as an access point:TPLINK with static IP address connected via ethernet cord from the LAN port and connected to the main Verizon FIOS router which distributes DHCP IP addresses to the netwrok. Can not get the Guest Network feature to work - I see the guest SSID I created but when I connect to it, the IP address assigned is in the 169. range meaning it does not get to my main router.It may be because I have the TPLINK setup as an access point, so are there any people who have gotten Guest Network work either with the TPLINK as the main router or as an access point?
Lately we have been comsidering an upgrade in our organization involving a 1921 router. The main role it will play is a load balancer/failover between 2 connections from 2 different ISPs. what additions are required to be added to this piece of equipment to make the configuration work. Im researching the matter now and it seems an extra card whould be purchased in addition to the router. Also, i cant seem to find much information on the available licenses to go with the router. will i need a special license to utilize the balancer/failover feature? (ip base, data, SEC).
I recently purchased a Belkin Dual Band Router and connected to the internet at our side-house we have connected to the house. I'm getting a poor to fair signal out here. Just to mention, there is a lot of traffic passing at all times of the day and night. Busy highway. Is there a way I can boost my wifi signal without buying an actual wifi booster?
N750 DB USB printer not connecting. I'm currently running a Canon MP480 multi-purpose printer connected through USB to the N750 DB router. I have both the printer driver and Belkin USB Print and Storage Manager software installed on a desktop PC that connects wirelessly to the router. The Belkin print manager software "sees" the printer, but when I try to connect it says please install printer drivers. I've installed and re-installed these drivers a few times, with no effects.
My N750 F1103 (f/w 1.10.16) LAN speed is limited to 5Mb why? I upgraded my Internet bandwidth to 20Mb+ tested and found it was only 5Mb, the cable company checked a few things and then I did some diagnostics and Isolated to the N750. I have two wired PC and same results with both PC's. This is supposed to have Giga bit LAN not Giggle bit LAN! I'm paying for something I cannot used to its full potential.
I have a N750 and I want to change the IP address through the browser. It is the standard 192.168.2.1 config. I change the IP to 192.168.15.x while hard wired and hit apply. The router reboots but still holds the same IP.
I cannot airprint. Contacted email support. Followed instructions to reset router. I did and I was able to print from my iPhone. ONCE. Then I installed my SSID and passwords and WIFI setup again and now I can't print. I have a brand-new airprint equipped HP 7520, an iPhone and 2 iPads.that I want to print from....the router is a N750 AV bought in July.
I have a belkin N750 DB router. I recently upgraded by internet service from 15Mbp to 30Mbp. If I connect my computer directly to the cable modem, I get 30Mbp throughput. However, if I connect the modem to the router my speed drops to 15Mbp. How do I get the router to support 30Mbp?
My ISP is Comcast and I own a Belkin N750 DBWireless N+ Router, I have a Synology NAS drive wired to the router. I am trying to set up the network configuration on the NAS drive so I can have internet access to the drive. My question is do I manually define the IP address, subnet mask, DNS, and gateway or do I select DHCP. If so what addresses should I use the address of the NAS drive form the router or the router address. I think I need to use the manual fields and use a static IP but do I get that IP address from the router or from my ISP (comcast)?
I have a n750 and I did the firmware update on the router and I have it check for firmware updates when I log in and i keep getting this message: "Cannot connect to the firmware information server,please double check the WAN connection." I have access to the internet.