I have a Class HD 9000x 2USB TV receiver. It comes with a wireless connection. I am not able to connect it to my wireless router. When I try to connect it to the wireless router it says "No Wireless device" Although all other wireless devices (Labtop, Mobile) are working fine. I think there are steps to activate the network connection on the receiver.
Just picked up the Yamaha rx-v867 receiver a few weeks ago. It has an ethernet port so that it can do internet radio (Pandora, etc). Not close enough to the router to go wired. I am getting an old 802.11b router from a family member today. Can I use this as a bridge to send music over the wireless network to the receiver? What steps to successfully setup?
Usually I set up wireless networks with laptops or pc's with wireless cards.
I have a Belkin f5d7234-4 lying around at home. I also have a Panasonic TV which requires a proprietary wifi donge to get a wireless signal, so my question is, can I use the router to recieve my house Wifi (broadcast by my new NetGear Router) and send it out through its Ethernet port to the TV?
I checked, the router doesn't have ddwrt support, I'm new to hacking around with routers and networks, so I don't know how to do this, I see how it is logically possible
I'm trying to configure an snmp notification reciever on WCS 7.0, so that critical alarms get reported to our central console. Following the configuration guide I was able to add the reciever as northbound, but after adding it I get an alarm saying that it is unreachable by WCS so all alarm notification will be suspended. I have tested snmp and ping connectivity between the WCS box and the notification reciever and it works ok, is there some other traffic that I might be missing?. I've seen some packets going from the WCS box to TCP port 7 on the reciever, which as far as I know is the echo service, is that what WCS uses to test connectivity?
I recently linked my dtv receiver to the internet through my laptop. My question is, since I'm now sharing the connection, do I need to make any adjustments in the "network and sharing center" to keep sensitive info on my laptop safe?I do have Norton Internet Security.
Just updated my DTV to a HD receiver which has the ability to access movies/shows via internet so I hard wired my belkin router to the TV receiver and I can't get it to connect. The router light does not go on showing me I am not connecting to the TV receiver. When I go into the DTV receiver it reads all my IP address and has an OK behind them, but says there is an error and the internet is not connected. When I plug the same cable into my PC or my laptop the light on the router does come on. Also my iphone does receive WIFI via the same router. I called DTV and they said everything on the receiver is correct. I called my router folks and they said everything is correct and that it must be the DTV receiver. I've been using this router for several years and their tech guy sounded like he knew what he was doing. how I can get the router to recognize the TV receiver?
Here are my router settings: I used the WAN IP info in my TV receiver. Home| Help| Logout Internet Status: Connected LAN SetupLAN SettingsDHCP Client ListInternet WANConnection TypeDNSMAC AddressWirelessChannel and SSIDSecurityUse as Access PointWireless BridgeFirewallVirtual ServersClient IP FiltersMAC Address FilteringDMZWAN Ping BlockingSecurity LogUtilitiesParental ControlRestart
I need a vpn address for Digital satellite receiver TITANIUM HD 20000.I have tested several address which are working on my pc windows but my satellite receiver can not connect to vpn server. what should i do?
A 2 Wire 2701HG-B DSL MODEM/Router Upstairs Wired into 2 PCs upstairs WiFi to a PC Downstairs.
I killed the DSL service and got U-verse, but that added a new Modem/WiFi downstairs. I still have the 2Wire upstairs, but it has no phone connection.Can I use the 2Wire to "Receive" and "distribute" the WiFi signal from downstairs?
I don't see how to turn off the DSL MODEM. If I put in the ID and Password for the WiFi router downstairs into the 2Wire upstairs, will it "Login" or will it conflict? Are there special settings for the PCs to access the U-Verse router through the 2Wire?Basically, I want to know if the upstairs 2Wire can receive the U-verse signal and convert it to wired signal for the 2 upstairs PCs.
I want to use a D-link WB-2310 wireless router to receive a wireless signal. Downstairs, connected to a cable modem (11MBPS), is an intel iMac running 10.4 that can send out its own wifi signal (internet sharing). Upstairs will be a PowerPC G5 Mac running 10.5 that has no wireless card...I was hoping I could use the router in place of a wireless adapter.
I am sharing wifi with my sister from apartment directly above hers...I can get the wifi and use it for my laptop/computer but have been having trouble keeping it stable for to use it as an internet connection for my satellite.I bought a Netgear wnce2001 (wifi to wired) and it works ok about half the time....the other half the signal is simply to weak to even register the IP address on my satellite receiver.Is there anyway to increase the signal on my end...you know, without having to add a bunch of new gadgets?
i want the Satellite receiver to be wireless.i have a I-Link 9000 Plus Satellite reciever which has an ethernet port , where the buffalo router will be connected. (Buffalo WHR-HP-G300N Firmware: DD-WRT v24SP2-EU-US My main router is the Linksys Wireless G router WRT54G2 V1.5.
I have a denon avr2113 receiver wired to my router on my home network. It has internet access and shows up on the router, but it doesn't show up on my windows 7 computers, which are wirelessly connected to the same network. Any ides? Streaming is allowed on windows
I have an old PC in my Buenos Aires apartment, connected to WiFi by means of a receiver module - because the modem is across the room and too far to connect by cable...But I get the message that the device would work more efficiently with a high-speed USB port...If I installed a high-speed card inside the computer, would this improe my Internet speed? It hangs up quite a bit... but then again, it's a Pentium III, so there's that limitation too.
I want to connect my satellite receiver to my modem through Ethernet cables. First connect the modem to Ethernet outlet using standard small Ethernet cable.connect Ethernet outlet A to outlet B using Ethernet cable inside the wall.connect outlet B to the receiver using standard small Ethernet cable.I want to know how I make the connection in outlet A and outlet B to make this work.
I have a Vizio smart tv with built in wifi. I have Centurylink dsl service with a Westell 7500 gateway. All of my wifi devices, including my tv can access the internet appropriately. I also have a wii connected to my tv which can access the internet via wifi. My question is---is there anyway to setup an internet connection to my directv hd receiver using the wifi connection through my tv or wii? I really do not want to buy anymore equipment and I only have one phone line run with dsl service.
A 2960G switch is doing IGMP snooping and is configured as the querier. There is no multicast routing.
Port 1 - Video Set Top Box A Port 2 - Video Set Top Box B Port 3 - Multicast Source
Both Set Top Boxes A & B are set to receive the video delivered in the same multicast group.Every 60 seconds the switch generates an IGMP General Query message which is sent out all the ports in the VLAN.There is a 10 second timeout in the Query message. Devices that wish to join (or remain joined) to the multicast group have this amount of time to respond with a Join Message directed at the multicast group. Devices deliberately wait a random duration within the timeout time before replying.
For some reason (which I don't understand), if the switch receives a Join request message from a Set Top Box, it forwards that messages out of the port to the other Set Top Box. So, let's say Box A responded with the Join Message first. Box B now sees the Join message and now thinks there is another multicast receiver on its branch of the network, so it suppresses its Join Message to avoid sending an unnecessary message.If by chance Box A responds first 2 or 3 times in a row, the switch will not have seen a response from port 2 for awhile, so it prunes that port from the multicast. Eventually, Box B responds first and gets re-joined onto the multicast. It is now Box A that may get pruned if it is consecutively slower.
How do I prevent the switch from replicating the Join message out to the other Set Top Box? I have verified this behavior with Wireshark. But, I believe the Join message is only supposed to be forwarded to a multicast router (if there is one - and there isn't), not to other ports.The 2960 is running 12.2(58) SE2.
For my work I am looking to create wireless capabilities to remote locations. To do this we are using a standard modem/router that is connected to an Engenius (802.11b/g) wireless outdoor radio connected to a dish antenna. We are able to go to locations (3+km) and then with a corresponding receiving antenna (using LoS), receive the Internet and connect both to computers at the transmitting point as well as to the WWW. The problem exists is that we want to employ a series of routers at the receiving end that would be able to carry the transmission to a different location (relatively close), due to the fact that some of the locations do not have line of sight to the antennas. We are using Encore routers, model # ENHWI-N3. When we connect the radio's Ethernet into the routers WAN reciever, we can connect to the Internet with a computer. The problem exists is we want to pass that connection over to a second router (R2). This connection is done when the routers are on access points set to a WDS function with R1 having R2's mac address and vice versa. Both routers are set to channel 1. Even when the routers are seperated by distances >50m a computer plugged into R2 can see a computer plugged into R1. Files can be transferred between the 2 computers wirelessly at speed around 3 mbps. However computer 2 on R2 can not connect to the WWW. This router features a spot that lights up if it has Internet access and R1's is lit up but R2's is not. How do we transfer the Internet and not just a LAN from R1 to R2 so it can be accessed further away from the point of the radio and antenna equipment. This setup has also been used where R2 is hardwired to R3. At R3 we change the channel to 11, and then connect through that with mac addresses wirelessly to 4th router. If comp is in R4 and far away it can still access and file share from comp at R1.*edit the ip address for the routers exist all on 192.168.1.xxx If the 3rd number is different between routers would this make a difference?
I connect to my corporate network using Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client. Once connected I can no longer print to my LAN attached printer and other local resources. I use the Cisco/Lyncsys E4200 router on my LAN and can re-connect to the storage on the local LAN by setting up Port Forwarding of port 21 and MS Windows FTP folder sharing. However, I can't seem to connect to a Terminal Services client by forwarding port 3389. Is there a way to connect to the local LAN after logging into the VPN connection. I can connect to regular HTTP/HTTPS sites and most other type of connectiins, just not my own local resources.
how can i connect two different lans of ip addresses of head office in 192.168.10.series and branch 1 192.168.11.series, branch 2 in 192.168.12 series, branch 3 in 192.168.13. series. head office and the branches are connected with wireless
We just moved, and the family room (where the desktop is) had no coaxial outlet. The exterior box is at the other side of the house, and instead of wiring around our entire home, cable guy said we could easily set it up where the previous owners did (living room), and use a Netgear USB to make the desktop wireless.At Best Buy, I was told to buy Netgear N600 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter WNDA3100 for $50. I install with the cd, and then plug in the USB as it suggests, and it just blinks from yellow to blue, not picking up my netgear wireless router in the other room. I go back to Best Buy, and they say that I need to buy another thing, now it's Netgear XET1001 85 Mbps Wall-Plugged Ethernet Adapter for another $70.Plugged one unit into the wall, and then plugged it into the Netgear Wireless Router. This will give me a solid light for Power LED and Ethernet LED, and then the middle, Powerline LED is a solid blue. With the second adapter, I plugged that in to my family room (with the desktop) and attached it also to my desktop with it's cord. This one has a solid light for the Power and Ethernet LED, but for the Powerline LED it's off. So it's not finding the other compatiable key, if I put it in between the wireless router, and my desktop (in the hall or kitchen) it will have all lights on, but I can't connect it with the cord to the desktop, and the USB does not pick it up any point.
Now, I can connect with my phone to the wireless network anywhere in my house, including the second floor. However, I can not, with or without the wireless adapters, connect with my laptop to the wireless network. I've done wireless with my laptop since I purchased it a few years ago, and while it can "see" the network, when I try to connect I get an error message that it's unable to join the network, and is now out of range, even when I'm sitting right in front of my modem/wireless router. It doesn't prompt for the password, I tried to manually add the password under network properties but it did the same error.I just don't know what to do or to try next, I don't know if I've set it up wrong, I followed the pictures in the manual, which is all it pretty much comes with, and did all the installation disks. Without it though I can't connect with my laptop, but my phones can..
I have had troubles connecting my PS3 to my Orange livebox. At first, I had the problem that it could not obtain the IP address so I manually entered it. This solved the problem. However, I also manually entered the Subnet Mask, Default Router (Gateway), Primary DNS and Secondary DNS. Now when connecting, it says I have a DNS error.(80710102)