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'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 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 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.
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 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 Ethernet, but banned from access the web via the router. This way I can connect remotley from my laptop.
We are running a ASA5520 with system image of "disk0:/asa843-k8.bin". I'm also running ASDM ver: 6.4(7)So my question is while I'm in the ASDM on the configuration of the firewall, I'm looking at the Access Rules. When I do a show log on any of the rules that have hit counts on them, it opens up a Real-Time Log Viewer but I don't see any information. It's not showing anything, nothing appears, it just sit's there like it's waiting but no data is coming. Even though if I go back out to all the rules, I can see the hit count incrementing. The same thing happens no matter which rule I pick with hit counts on them.
Looking to set up a wireless printer (HP Deskjet 3050 All-in-One Printer - J610a) for use by another computer on the network; at present the printer is wirelessly connected to the router (Linksys e1000) and the software is installed on one computer (Win 7). The router recognizes a Network printer but no details about type.
The printer works correctly with the Win 7 machine but can't be found by the other machine (Win xp). Could it possibly be that I need to install the same software on the Win xp computer in order for it to be connected? Just guessing here as that was the case with another printer I networked but it was a Canon brand.
(5508 WLC, 1142N APs).I understand if I enable the AP mode to Rogue Detector from the details page of the AP, the AP stops accepting requests and is now looking for rogue items on the wired network. Is this the same when I enable Rogue Location Discovery Protocol? Will I lose the wireless functionality of all of my APs on the controller?
Next question, when I look at the Rogue Summary on the Monitoring page I see three Adhoc Rogue devices. When I select the Detail link only one shows. I remember the other two were HP mutifuction devices with WIFI enabled but I cannot retrieve that information anymore.
On one of our N7K, we have some packets dropped by the COPP policy in the class-default class-map. Partial results of "show policy-map interface control-plane" not so long after clearing the counters : [code]
what traffic is dropped by the policy ? Is there any logging possible ?
this might sound straight forward, but every other pc or console can find and connect to my router.This issue seems to happen about once every few months, sometimes it comes back by itself and reconnects completely fine.
There isn't a "user limit" on our router.Wireless adapter is dell wireless 1505 draft 802.11n wlan mini-card.
Have restarted PC and uninstalled and reinstalled the card.I tried to set the i.p address to static but it says "adapter disconnected" so won't allow me to edit any settings, despite it being able to find neighbour's wireless very easily.
my new nintendo3ds says i need a WEP security key to connect with my moms laptop. but i have no idea where to fine the WEP CODE. is it on a modem? and i have no idea what a router is but my ds doesnt say anything about needing one because my moms laptop is wireless?
I can't find my router's IP. To be honest, i have trouble connecting to it at all - Sometimes it works after some computer restarts, sometimes not (Have this problem with other computers aswell, all that run Windows 7, so it's not any of the adapter's faults) .. I've tried running ipconfig, and it tells me Default Gateway is 10.0.0.1 (I can't run ipconfig right now, since i can't connect to the router .. Using neighbor's network now) 192.168.0.1, 192.168.1.0, 192.168.1.1, and 10.0.0.1 does not work.
I am trying to network my new laptop (Windows 7) with my old desktop (Windows XP). I made sure they are both on the same workgroup, the usernames are the same. I turned off the firewall, temporarily, even though I shouldn't have to because it's only the Windows firewall. I can see/access/read&write files on my Win7 machine from my WinXP machine. But I cannot see the WinXP machine from the Win7 machine. I set up a couple of test share folders in different locations, but cannot see the computer at all. I have done the 'diagnose problem' and received errors: 0x80070043, 0x80070035, and 0x80004005 after various attempts.
I am trying to set up a small windows network but am having trouble connecting to my NAS. The set-up is simple: My modem is connected to a wifi router to which notebooks/desktops/smartphones/nas are connected. Internet/network is working fine for wireless and also for computers connected to the router by cable. Assigned IP addresses are in the range of 192.168.0.100 to 192.168.0.199. Now by default the NAS has the address 192.168.1.100. There however it is not available..