I have an N750 DB router and it has been rebooting every few hours for no reason. This has just started happening about 4 days ago. I don't know why but when I check the system logs its filled with the following. [code]
I have a E3000 with newest firmware that has a VOIP by Velcom. It's a Grand stream HT–286.My device is working perfectly with the router. Can call and recieve calls. the caller ID (Name and number that appears is accurate). The only problem is the caller ID's time and date are always wrong.When I unplug device, it goes back to Jan 1 and time 12:00am.Any call I then get is wrong.
In the router, I've enabled SIP ALG. And the firewall is only filtering ident (port 113) and Anonymous Internet requests.The device has a hard coded internal IP (192.168.123.110). and I reserve the IP using mac filtering.The device has an administration page that is unavailable to users as it's locked by a password. On this page has an NTP server setting that the device uses to get it's time/date.I see on the information page of the device that iot's registered to a sip server.The company is saying that it's a firewall issue. I'm not too sure how to proceed.
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.
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 N750 DB router. On boot up, the 5Ghz side will show up for about 20-30 seconds and then it just "disappears". I was even able to connect to it @ 300mb with my laptop. The 2.4Ghz shows up just fine.
I have a Western Digital Mybooklive 3Tb hard drive connected to my N750 wireless router. It works fine, except that the new Media Server and the USB print and storage center says there are no USB devices plugged into it! Why is this?
Belkin N750 Router - wired connection can not access Internet. I've tried direct to modem and have no problem, have tried old router, no problem, but if I shut down desktop completely (Win7) and restart, I get no connection. Uninstalling the NIC (Intel 82579V Giga) and restarting, then I get connection again. However, if I start in safe mode with networking, I have no problems at all. I've disabled my firewall to no avail.
Recently switched DSL providers and now have Cisco modem DPC3008. Able to connect to internet directly thru modem. Able to connect wired or wireless to router. Unable to get router to connect to internet via modem. Tried restart, reset, and new set-up. Called ISP (Charter) - no way, said contact Belkin.
I have a Belkin N750 router which I purchased because the box said it had filtering options. I didn't realize that the filtering was only sites that Norton kept track of. There are certain adware sites I know about that I would like to filter. Possible with this router?
I have an issue with my N750 Wireless router, F9K1103. I have a Windows Home Server, HP Media Smart Server – EX470, that at times causes the router to lose connection, with the front panel light going from Blue (connected) to Orange (disconnected). When I pull the net cable from the server, after about 30 seconds the blue light comes back on.
I would like to upgrade my older router to a new one that I can connect my laser printer and storage via USB. I was looking at the Belkin N750, but it seems to get bad reviews. Is there another router that someone would recommend that has 2 USB ports (one for printer and one for storage)?
I am having trouble keeping a stable internet connection when connecting through the router. I am on my third new router in one week thinking it was a router issue but I don't think so anymore. I am on cable internet using a motorola surfboard modem. The router I bought is a Belkin N750. I also tried a Cisco E1200 and EA2700 with no luck. I have been on the phone with support for probably ten hours total and tried all of their settings to no avail.
So i got time warner cable and internet but for some odd reason a "wired" connection works perfectly fine but i cannot get any life out of my belkin n750 DB wireless router. ive hooked it all up modem to router to pc nothing so i reset everything still nothing
I have recently upgraded my router to a Belkin N750 DB and am having issues getting remote desktop connection working. Previously I had a Netgear router and it was working no problems at all.I have port forwarded (virtual server on Belkin) port 3389 TCP to the servers IP address.I can get Remote desktop connection to work when I am within my LAN by just typing the computers name.However when I try to connect via the IP address, as I would if I were away from home, then I get the message that says "remote desktop cannot connect for one of these reasons
1) remote access not enabled (it is because it worked before) 2) remote computer is turned off (no it isn't) 3) remote computer is no available" (yes it is cause can connect from LAN)
Turned off static IP for my server and let the router assign IP, and changed the IP address in the port forward, same, no connection.Double, triple checked my IP address, as this obviously changed when I plugged in the new router.Have updated to latest firmware for router and NIC.
C1921, running version 15.1(4)M2, with licence for "IP base" feature set only.Trying to pass multicast via a PPTP VPN from a Windows XP machine to work around a non multicast-aware WAN link
1. With the IP Base feature set I am able to create a plain PPTP VPN without any encryption; the Windows XP machine can bring it up and unicast data passes through it OK in both directions.
2. But when trying to send multicast, only one-way traffic is observed:i. Windows XP host on far end of PPTP VPN and a local PC both running old Microsoft tool "MPING.EXE", sending and listening for traffic on the groiup 22.214.171.124i. The distant host receives and echoes back the packets received from the local machine + sending its own (confirmed with Wireshark running at the far end)ii. But the local machine directly connected to the C1921 router does not hear any packets from the far end; Wireshark shows only the ones it is sending.
3. Group status ("show ip igmp membership") as far as the C1921 is concerned shows both ends (192.168.50.10 (local end) and 192.168.50.201 (distant end via the PPTP VPN)) joined to the group [code]
4. But "show ip mroute" for that group shows an error; for the source on the far end of the PPTP VPN (having the IP address 192.168.50.201), the source interface is incorrectly shown as GigabitEthernet0/0 (should be Virtual-Access2.1 for that PPTP VPN) and the outgoing interface is shown as Virtual-Access2.1 [code]
5. I have tried adding static mroutes and messing about with parameters for the virtual-template interface for the PPTP VPN, but the problem remains. And if I put another local PC onto a different Ethernet port of the router, the multicast traffic does flow both ways - so the issue is solely with the PPTP VPN.After a week of head-scratching I am getting more and more convinced that it's a bug... but wonder if it is already-known, has a workaround, or a fix in newer firmware?
I just bought a new Belkin N750 USB wireless adapter today to replace my old cisco USB adapter well I install the drivers and software that came with it and everything loaded correctly and showed that there was connections available.Where I live we don't have access to the routers as the are controlled by the rental agency and I can't get access to them. But anyways I can connect to the networks with my old usb adapter but not with the new one. My computer is Windows 7 64 bit.
I heard that the belkin n750 was good for gaming, but i cant seem to connect with 5ghz which i believe is alot faster than 2.5ghz, but yeah i would like to know how to configure my router to improve my game speed and performance.
I'm having this weird issue with my internet in which my desktop is having inconsistent internet connection, but when I check on my laptop (same room) it shows no problem.I have ATT Uverse, and my desktop's adapter is Belkin N750 DB Wireless-N Dual-Band USB Adapter, while my laptop has some adapter (I don't know the brand, but I know it's 802.11g.Also, my Desktop has much better specs than my laptop. My desktop has i7 intel processor, 4GB RAM (x4 total of 16) and 60 GB SSD boot drive and 2 TB hard drive for all the other softwares. My laptop on the other hand is a Sony Vaio with 8GB RAM and 500 GB hard drive.When going through these inconsistent internet connection phase, my desktop can drop to not even a megabyte per second, while my laptop may be at 8~10 MB download speed, but a tthe same time the ping on my desktop is around 5, but my laptop shows around 17.
Time shows as: Current Time: 2011/09/03 Sta 20:53:36 (-08:00) "Sta" day? Also, the timezone is incorrect... I did select GMT -8:00 Pacific Time, and also the "Adjust for Daylight Savings time) So, the above time SHOULD be displayed as 2011/09/03 Sat 20:53:36 (-07:00) If the intention is to show the difference from UTC/GMT. I tried the newer version but it's broken big time. :-( I could not use it at all. None of the configuration changes I made would "stick".