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 have a D-Link DIR-655 version B1 Just installed firmware 2.03 Use a cable modem (Comcast) Motorola SURFboard model SB6120 Am trying to use Netgear 85Mbps Wall-Plugged Ethernet Adapter XET1001 to carry signal from the room where the cable modem is to another part of the house where I hope to connect the D-Link.
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 vendor that currently uses a Cisco 871 as a VPN router in our company network, they use it connect to provide services to one of the servers in our LAN for our customers. Recently, we are going to be setting up a 24/7 call center with this vendor, they will be accessing a server in our network through the VPN to provide customer service during after hour periods.We have a problem however, with an application that is hosted by another vendor that is critical for our regular company call center. Access is reached with this application through this vendor by way of IPSec VPN tunnel that is built in our company's Cisco ASA 5510. This application is accessed via Internet Explorer that goes across to access the application at the endpoint
I need to figure a way by which the vendor that will be running the 24/7 call center coming through their tunnel in our network to connect over to the tunnel on the vendor on my ASA. Im likely going to have to set some routing of traffic in my internal default gateway router for this to work.
I'm watching a video streamed from my laptop and the signal is constantly being dropped. I suspect the D-Link DES-105. I have another Ethernet switch on the system as well but it is a Gigabit unmanaged switch from D-Link and has worked well with video streams. I've removed the DES 105 from the circuit and videos play fine. Should I dump to DES-105 for another Gigabit switch? SOme say I have a bad cable somewhere but I have tested all and have not found a problem.
I have an older desktop computer that I am trying to set up in my detached garage.It is only ethernet compatable. I have a wireless network in my house that my laptop is wirelessly connected to. I purchased a Linksys WET11 v2 wireless bridge. It is my understanding that this bridge will take the wireless signal and convert it to wired, but it is not working. When the bridge is connected to the old desktop, my LAN is active but I can't connect to the internet.
I need to get a connection through a 3 storie structure.
On each floor, I have a cluster of servers set up. Conventionally, I would thread cat6 cables through the building but due to various reasons I cannot do that.
On the ground floor there are 2 ground lines which project a wireless signal.
I'm wondering, is there some way I can convert the wireless signal into an ethernet line? Perhaps through some kind of interfaced adapter. I've thought of buying a throwaway laptop and bridging the connections manually but I'd prefer to avoid that option if there are feasiable alternatives.
How do I use an Actiontec 1000 modem (with wireless) and a TP-Link 4 port cable/DSL router and still have a wireless signal? When I connect the ethernet from the modem to the router, the router lights come on but the wireless signal goes down. Want 2 PC's wired (only one port on modem) and still want wirelss signal.
I have a Linksys WRT120N plugged directly into my cable modem upstairs, an 8 port switch plugged into it, an ethernet cable from it run downstairs in my house to another 8 port switch and a Linksys E4200 plugged into it. I want both routers to allow me to connect to the internet wirelessly if possible. I cannot even access the E4200 from a browser, because the IP adress 192.168.1.1 goes directly to the WRT120N.
I have been using the E3000 for quite a while. A problem that I could not find a solution to is that the devices connected through Ethernet can't be viewed on Wireless, and vice versa. This is especially annoying because I want to get access to my media servers over wireless, for obvious reasons, but even those are not viewable (and using IP addresses on portables is a pain in the back)
I have a server with SQL Server 2008 on it. It listens on the default ports 1433 & 1434. But traffic is not making it through my DIR-655 to the LAN so that SQL Server can respond to the request. I am using DynDNS and have confirmed that the traffic is getting thru DNS and finding the router, but after watching the syslog I can see that I'm getting multiple of the following error messages when a request is initiated from a client (Microsoft Access app) outside my network:
01-24-2012 22:28:24 System3.Info 192.168.1.1 Tue Jan 24 22:28:28 2012 D-Link Systems DIR-655 System Log: Blocked incoming TCP connection request from 220.127.116.11:53284 to 18.104.22.168:139 01-24-2012 22:28:24 System3.Info 192.168.1.1 Tue Jan 24 22:28:28 2012 D-Link Systems DIR-655 System Log: Blocked incoming TCP connection request from 22.214.171.124:53282 to 126.96.36.199:445
In Port Forwarding I have specified a rule to allow/pass port 1433 & 1434 TCP traffic to my internal server IP.
Also I'm confused by the ports shown above since I was expecting to see 1433/1434 in there...seems this is a factor in the traffic never getting to the SQL Server to process the request?
I'm trying to connect a second desktop to my internet connection. My current setup has my primary desktop using a wireless card and getting internet from the wireless router. Then I bridged the connection from my desktop to my xbox. Everything worked perfectly.
However, I recently got a second desktop(running lubuntu if it matters) and I'm trying to get it connected so that I can use Synergy and share a mouse with it. I found an old router laying around the house and was hoping I could use it to share the bridged connection to my xbox with the second desktop. Like this:
I couldn't get that to work though. The second desktop knew it was connected, but it couldn't connect to the internet. It would also throw off my primary desktop and it would try to connect to the old router.
I also tried to set it up like this:
Using an ethernet plug in the wall that normally just went to the TV and trying to split it there. The TV still worked, but the second desktop didn't.
How I can get this all working. I'd like to do it without having to order a wireless card/usb and just use what I have.
I'm going to be building a PC. I want to use ethernet cable instead of wireless for it. To do so, we're having a contractor install ethernet outlets in each of the rooms in the house, however that's going to work.So I'll have one in my room.I want to hook up my PS3, Xbox 360, Apple TV, and my desktop up to the one outlet in the wall, without having to change them at any time manually. But I also want to be able to use them at once without having to turn them off.Say I'm playing an Xbox game, but I can't save it. An NHL game comes on and I want to watch it, so I change my TV to the PS3 input and watch the NHL game. While watching the NHL game, I want to browse on my PC.
They have a main Verizon router in their bedroom, which is hard wired to a wireless router in the TV room. The have another cable router (not wireless) and it can receive a signal when you plug an Ethernet cable from output #1 on the wireless router to Internet input on the cable router (the Internet light lights up, meaning it's receiving the signal). Also the wireless router light for output #1 lights up (meaning it's outputting a signal correctly). But, when I plug the same cord into the Slingbox PRO, the network light, on the Slingbox PRO, doesn't light up, nor does the #1 light on the wireless router. The Slingbox is out of warranty.
I am completely new to wireless networking and know next to nothing. I own an apartment on a complex abroad and they have recently had wireless internet installed. There are some areas of the complex where the signal is very poor.
I have some Cisco small business WET200 ethernet bridging units and was wondering if these would be suitable to boost the signal in these Black spots. How to set this up or any suitable products to over come this problem.
I took my router with me to visit family at Christmas. It wouldn't allow the wired computer through the switch, but yet I could talk to the router with my laptop. Rather than reconfigure, I bundled up my router & laptop and let well enough alone.Now that they're all back at my house, I can't reliably get the laptop to connect - Low Wireless Signal error. I've reset the modem & router repeatedly. Tried Channels 1,6, 11 and 8&9 too. n only, as that's my laptop's. On 2 occasions it has connected, rebooted and auto connected and run for 4-5 hours. Then it's gone. I've beat this mess for 3-8 hours per day, for days...!!!Laptop(Vista) connects to every other wifi I've tried. It's sitting 4 ft from the router.
misc. info. separate dsl modem, Centurytel, Netopia Cayman 3300 series no other devices beyond wired desktop and laptop no changes in other neighboring networks
I have a D-link DIR-655. Which that along side with my modem is located downstairs. The upstairs living room has a crappy signal where loading videos becomes painfully slow. Awhile ago, I just tried to relocate my router upstairs and just drill a hole for a CAT cable to slip through to the modem downstairs from my room(as my room is directly above the router)...3 useless holes later, for whatever reason it is impossible to drill through. What are my other solutions?
My wired devices can see my wireless devices, and my wireless devices can see my wired devices, but my wireless devices can't see other wireless devices. And by "see", I'm talking about various media servers, like TVersity, PlayOn and Windows Media Center, and by devices, I have two wireless computers, an Xbox, and a DAP-1522 bridge, among others.Is this how the DIR-825 works, or am I missing a setting to allow the wireless devices to see and communicate with each other? Specifically, I'm trying to connect my wireless N Xbox 360 with a wireless N Win 7 Home Pro laptop.
I'm using Windows 7 with a TP Link router and an RCA cable modem. I only have a laptop and I had it set up so I had wireless on it, and was able to get wireless on my smartphone as well. All of a sudden the wireless stopped working and now I can only connect to the internet with the router plugged in to my laptop. I just updated my wireless driver and have tried the 192.168.0.1 thing so many times and nothing seems to work. I also exchanged my router for a new one and that worked for about a week and then stopped working again. This happened once before and it didn't work for a couple days and then I woke up one morning and it worked again.
Ok, some time this week the strength of my wireless signal has been greatly degraded. I have not had any problems connecting to the router in the past at any location in my house. Now if I am 20 feet away I barely have 1 bar of signal.
I have tried changing channels, and rebooting the router. It has not improved.
just bought the DIr655 two weeks, everthing was fine except the wireless.almost every day around 6pm the wireless signal are disappear but the internet connection was fine with Lan, and i have to reboot the rounter inorder to get the signal back. i tried update the firmware but it it newest firmware on my rounter.
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 been having wireless issues for a while now and decided to buy a TP-Link router to work with this, unfortunately the wrong model was sent out, it's for Cable use only as it is just a router not modem too!I attempted to send it back but as I didn't know it was wrong until I opened it they won't take it back now as I should have checked first apparently.I did some research online and found information that I can use it as my wireless transmitter as long as I use my SKY router as the modem (with it's wireless function switched off).I have attempted the set-up as described in the manual for the TP-Link and I am now speaking to you using the Ethernet port on it, yet none of my wireless devices can see it in the available networks, both the "system" and "WLAN" lights are flashing to say the router is working but I still have no wireless signal.
Region : Venezuela Model : TL-WDR4300 Hardware Version : Not Clear Firmware Version : ISP :
I have an issue with my TL-WDR4300 (regular, internet sharing use, no Open WRT or similar things). It was working well, until one day that my devices only receive the 2.4 GHz signal (no 5 GHz) and then I try to connect to 2.4 GHz and it asks for a password. I put my regular password and it doesn't work. Then I tried to bring it to factory default settings, I push the reset button for 8 seconds as the manual points and then same thing. What could I do?
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