Cisco Wireless :: 1801W - Unable To Find Details Of Configuration?
Apr 1, 2013
I've just received a Cisco 1801W router (pre-owned), which I'm going to be installing in our school, and I have been unable to figure out the details of the wireless configuration.The 1801W router is replacing an old basic Linksys WAP54G router. I'm hoping to configure the 1801 for basic DSL, with the WiFi configured with a single SSID, using WPA-PSK authentication with a hard-coded pre-shared key on the router. We do not have a radius server available at the school.
I think I have the router set up properly for DSL with NAT and DHCP for the internal network (192.168.1.x). The router's E0 interface uses 192.168.1.1, and the dialer0 interface will receive an IP from the service provider (ISP). The only thing I'm missing is the wireless configuration part.
I have a Belkin aigo True Mimo PreN Router model FD 582304. I am trying to wireless connect a new laptop on windows 7. It wont accept the WEP key I have previously used. The router is cable connected to my desk top computer. How do I find out the details of the WEP key for this router or reset all.
how do i telephone / email at & t or verizon to purchase wi-fi service ? i'll go back to their website (s) mess if i can't find a phone # or email address;telephone number ? do you know any for verizon or at&t or email address?
I have an 1801w connected to ATT/Bellsouth FastAccess via its DSL port. The LAN connection is through FastEthernet1 trunked to an Extreme Networks Summit 450e. My 1801w configuration is attached and everything is working great.
My problem: DSL bandwidth is unfortunately limited to 3mbps/384kpbs in my area, so I'm considering adding a second DSL line and aggregating bandwidth (load balancing) between two.
1) Can this be acheived using the 1801w, perhaps by adding an external modem for the second DSL connection feeding the 1801's FastEthernet0 port?
2) If yes, then might anyone have a specific modem recommendation? If no, then what other equipment would I need?
3) Most importantly, what 1801 configurations changes required? (I expect my goal would be to equally share the WAN links between all connected VLANs/networks, but if necessary I suppose a workable alternative might be to dedicate a new VLAN/network (e.g., "office") to the new WAN link.
A week ago I accidently clicked the disable icon on wireless network connection on the bottom right icon on my PC screen. I quickly reversed this but now for some reason, all the wireless networks that are around me cannot be picked up on my Phillips Freevents Windows XP.it was able to pick up two wireless connections and now, not even a trace of one. The other laptops in the house can pick up the wireless connections so I know its working.The internet works when the box is connected to the computer but I need the box in another room so wireless is essential.
Make and Model Cisco DPQ3212 (Modem)Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit (Router)So when I first got the router and modem and hooked it all up everything worked. Then the inter got shut off for a day then came back on and now the only way I can use it is by Ethernet cord. This would be fine but, unfortunately the Xbox in in the living room nowhere near the router. I have tried power resets and everything else the companies of both tell you to try but nothing is working.
I am trying to connect to my wifi with my wireless router it is a cisco linksys e1000 and and I tried connect and it said error so I went to manual set up.and couldn't figure out the codes to enter I couldn't find the cisco codss on the nintendo website.
After opening my laptop one day, i realise i can't find any networks. There are usually multiple connections available, be they my neighbours' or mine, but i'm unable to even find them. I'm not given the option to connect wirelessly, but only via cable. I'm not sure whether it's a hardware problem or there's something up with my software.I'm using a Dell Inspiron 1525 which is running on Windows 7 - 32bit.
I am connecting to the internet in two desktops using the WAG120N modem+router.I have no problems with the internet. But when I try to use the wireless access point in my mobile phone / laptop,the device is not able to find the WiFi access point. I need to swith off the modem and start it again, then the devices are finding the access point. I guess this has to do with some amount of inactivity and the modem switces off the wireless access point. I there anyway by which I can turn off that setting ? I have tried the setting page but was not able to find anything.
Opening a connection to integrated AP801 wireless device for performing wireless configuration tasks, the connection is established OK, authentication is passed OK using credentials from main configuration file, gaining level 15 privileges with enable command, but after that... no way to enter "Global Configuration mode" because there are no "configure" family commands present!!! Simply can't say "Conf t" because there is no such command!
I recently bought and installed a WAP4410N access point (using PoE) and it's running stable. I was able to access the web-based configuration by using the IP address of the AP (something like 192.168.0.184, coming from the DHCP of my router). However, I'm unable to access the web-based configuration using the host name of the device (mentioned next to the device name in the basic setup section of the web-based configuration). I changed the host name several times, but I can't connect to the device using the host name. Accessing the device by its IP address works, but I have to check the logging of my router to find out which IP address I have to use. Is there a way to access the device using the host name?
(I think my WAP4410N has firmware version 220.127.116.11 installed)
My internet connection is fine but I really need to update the firmware on my wireless adapter. I have no problem accessing the router's config page. I ran ipconfig to get the adapter IP (screenshot attached/192.168.2.104). When I type the IP into the browser I get the "cannot display webpage" msg. I have tried turning off the power to the router, disabling Norton's firewall (I disabled Norton completely), and nothing works. Do not tell me to restore factory defaults on the adapter because I tried to get to the configuration page of another wireless adapter I have and am having the same problem.
Cant find the speeking result/cause of 4 and 1 in the example below, that are defined as enums in the MIBs normaly. Where can I access the result of "snmptranslate -M<MIB-dirs> -m ALL -Td <ps-status/test-oid>" if this is implemented in LMS overall? What are the OIDs from Cisco's ps-status/test, if the translation of MIB-enums is not implented?
Event_Description StateNotNormalDevice IP x.y.z.1Device Type Switches and HubsFault Last Updated At 06-Nov-2012 16:12:49Component
I have installed some 3rd party software for email messaging and it requires SMTP details. I hardly even know what SMTP is. Via google I found one it has something to do with server for sending email messages but I don't want to use SMTP of my ISP which is (referring to smtp and not isp) the one that is being used in microsoft outlook program. But the 3rd party software is different one. It requires FIVE (5) datas and I have no idea how do I find them out:
email server name password username port
I have been searching for some smtp details what to type with the following requirements:
- smtp must be free to have and use details - working one - as fast as possible - no particular limits
The program also offers to set up ''in-build'' smtp server. If I choose this it works but the message cannot be sent for unknown reason. I don't have firewall and I double checked nothing is wrong with avast antivirus. So I will have to get the smtp details with mentoined four requirements. Don't even know where to search. I found some freeware smtp (or virtual smtp) applications but I need 5 datas to type in and not an application. No idea where to get them. I tried gmal [URL] but its not working, been trying also different ports.
Iam joining sky in the coming week and will be receiving their free router (G Router). I am currently using (Belkin N Router) due to the distance from my computers and interferance (eg , walls, 4 floors).
I understand that I cannot use my own router with sky because they have username & password built into router. I have heard rumours that these details can be extracted.
Is it possible to obtain details for computers that are connecting to my wireless network? I can see their mac and ip addresses. I want to get details like computer name, operating system and other details if possible.
I keep getting this on a site to site VPN tunnel that I have established to one of our remote offices. EVERYTHING works fine except for the phones. Everytime they try to connect I get a flood of the below error3Nov 01 201116:06:38IKE Initiator unable to find policy: Intf DS3, Src: 10.90.4.6, Dst: 10.10.20.2010.90.4.0 is our phones vla10.10.20.0 is the remote site network .20 is one of the ip phones located thereried running it through packet tracer and get this...I'm not sure where the problem is, as I said ALL domain traffic is flowing back and forth with no issues.
I know that when you surf the web, websites can log your IP & MAC address.If you get my jist, I don't want my laptop to be flagged on a few web sites I have been on.My plan is to use another pc, that has a wireless braodband dongle from a mobile phone company.The pc will be attched to the wireless router via eithernet, but banned from access the web via the router. This way I can connect remotley from my laptop.
I vave a zyxel p-660HW-T1 v2.I need to do PORT FORWARDING since I want to use an IP Camera in order to have remote access to video.I do not find PORT FORWARDING in the modem configuration. I find NAT, but not port forwarding.
I have CAT-5e cabling running from ceiling to floor and need to enclose this as it's quite an eye-sore. I am looking for a 10' x 4" x 4" vertical enclosure but cannot seem to find any unit that is >84".
I have my downstairs PC (Windows Vista 64 bit) conncted to a Belkin router. model F5D7632-4. This works without any problems.Upstairs, my son has a PC (Windows XP) that connects via a Belkin USB G Network Adapter, model F5D7050, version 4.000uk. This worked perfectly, too.He has just got a new PC which I have bought from a friend. My friend used the tower of a previous PC my son had, which had died about 4 years back when the PSU blew and took everything out with it, and fitted the motherboard, graphics card, HDD, RAM etc etc (it uses Windows 7).
I downloaded the latest drivers from the Belkin site, installed them, but for the life of me, the new PC will not detect the network connection. At all. It doesn't find anything.So, I unplugged my PC from the router, and plugged the new PC into it. Unsurpisingly, it connected to the net without any problems. The next thing I did was to reconnect my PC to the router, and try my son's new PC wirelessly again with the Network Adaptor, in the same room. Again, it just doesn't find a network at all.The PC detects the Adapter being plugged in and out, and the light is on on it. I even tried his old PC with the Adapter, and that still finds the network perfectly.
I was on the phone to Belkin for 35 mins yesterday, and they went through everything, to no avail. They think the USB slots may be faulty, even though the PC knows when i'm plugging things into them.
Recently, I have found out that my laptop is unable to find any networks. I started using what I believe to be an ethernet cable to connect my laptop to the internet because it was faster than wireless. But when I removed the cable and try to connect wirelessly, the computer states that there are no wireless networks in range. I know the wireless adapter is broadcasting because my sister can connect wirelessly to the internet. My WiFi is on, but I can't find any networks.
i am having real issues with my printer, i have a network of 3 computers and it was attached to a printer that worked fine, i then changed the printer for a new one and i am now unable to find this printer on my network. i have installed drivers on the computers. how do i find the printer. the network works fine with everything else.
I am testing VPN tunnels in a lab. I have the following (simple) setup:
-one ASA5505 has an "inside" interface with address 18.104.22.168/24 and an "outside" interface with address 22.214.171.124/24 -one computer with address 126.96.36.199/24 ("Client") is connected to the "inside" interface -one ASA5510 has an "inside" interface with address 188.8.131.52/24 and an "outside" interface with address 184.108.40.206/24 -one computer with address 220.127.116.11/24 ("Server") is connected to the "inside" interface -both "outside" interfaces are connected through a layer 2 switch
I had a VPN tunnel between them using "Main mode", and that worked without a problem.But in my target system, the ASA5505 will be connected to a router with a dynamic IP address, and so I need to use "Aggressive mode", where the ASA5510 will have a static address on the "outside" interface. The ASA5505 will therefore initiate the VPN session.
I am using the ASDM, by the way.I have the VPN tunnel established, but I am unable to ping from either side.When I ping the Server from the Client, the ASA5505 gives me the expected "Built/Teardown ICMP connection...", but the ASA5510 says "IKE Initiator unable to find policy: Intf inside, Src: 18.104.22.168, Dst: 22.214.171.124". So the ping makes it to the Server, but the reply can't find its way back out.When I ping the client from the Server, I get the same message on the ASA5510: "IKE Initiator unable to find policy: Intfc inside, Src: 126.96.36.199, Dst: 188.8.131.52".I attach the configuration on the ASA5510.