I have a WAG160Nv2 and I want to block specific external ip addresses from trying to get at our server that uses the WAG160Nv2 as an internet gateway. It's not immediately obvious if this can be done from looking through the config pages.
some problems when I was trying to install my X3000 as a DSL modem and router.I had to assign a designated IP address but I have dynamic IP from my internet supplier. I can't get pass the stepp of assigning IP address.
I am trying to give an static ip address to a time clock on my network and for some reason when I connect time clock to network it will always get an ip address from a different network. for example my computer IP address is 192.168.2.70 when connected to network, my default gateway is 192.168.2.1, the IP address that the time clock always gets is 192.168.1.120, there is no way to tell the time clock what IP address I wanted to be it has to get it from router (that is what the manufacturer told me), router (16portLiksys) does not have DHCP enabled the guy who set up network left it disabled, on his notes he says server (dell server T110) is acting as router is that true that a server can be acting as router?what do guys think is going on here?all the computers hooked up to network have static IP address.I also notice that when I connect a computer to router it will get an IP address from different network the same as time clock.I tried to reserve ip address on router by entering MAC address from time clock but it won't work. I am not very familiar with the server settings I have not try changing settings on server, I am not even sure the guy who set up network is right about using server as router.
HP wifi printers (I've had 2 over the last several years)eventually have a disconnect with my wifi router and was told (by an experienced IT guy from my last job) I should assign the printer a static address to eliminate the problem. How can I assign a static address to my printer. Here are the models Router: Belkin model F5D9231-4v1(01); Printer HP Officejet 6600. I know how to access the printer and manually enter an IP address and subnet and such, I just don't know which numbers to use where. I also know how to access my router, via typing in the IP address in Internet Explorer, but i'm unsure of which tab within the router's page (i.e. is it category wirelessunder MAC address control) or which numbers (IP address or MAC Address)and where should I get the correct numbers from (i.e. go run, cmd,IPconfig/all).
I have d-link wireless router which is connected to the internet, also I have Linksys (WAG160Nv2) which i want to use it as access point by link it to D-link router using ethernet cable in order to use the wireless internet. D-link router settings shown below
I changed the settings of linksys router as shown below
the other day i set up a new internet connection and to set it up they sent me a WAG160Nv2 modem router and after hours of trying to get it working the technical support guy told me it cant be set up until the dsl led comes on, so what it being off means/how to get it to turn on?
The only thing I notice now is that channels 12 and 13 do not work properly. Setting the router to channels 12 and 13 basically sets the channel to something in the 1 - 11 range as seen by inSSIDer. This could be because the firmware I installed is the US version, which only has channels 1 - 11, but the EU version has channels 1 - 13. Normally this wouldn't be a problem but because there are a lot of wireless signals where I live, channels 1 - 11 are quite congested, so channel 13 was quite useful to me.I don't suppose anyone has a EU version of the WAG160NV2 2.00.17 firmware do they?Channels 12 and 13 worked fine with the EU version of the WAG160NV2 2.00.20 firmware but of course only at 2Mbps.
my WAG160Nv2 drops the connection each day at the same hour (4:20pm to 4:40pm aprox.)I think that is because my ISP don't give me a static IP address and the connection must dropped once a day. in my old router I could put the time for the drop. I don't find something similar in the WAG160Nv2.
My ISP recently upgraded my line to ADSL2+. I am still only getting 1.36Mbps download speed across WiFi but if I connect my laptop to the router with ethernet cable I get 8.59Mbps. Why is the router slowing down my connection so much?
Here's the problem : I've installed this router to a friends of mine home and since then in the gam "Warhammer 40000 Dawn of War 2 : Retribution" they can't play together (they're connected via WAN) in a 2v2 without getting disconnected FROM THE INTERNET (not only the game, the whole ADSL line collapse after an over 3000ms of ping for few sec.). Same thing if one of them try to make a 3v3 (so 1 with the WAG160Nv2, and 2 other persons via internet.), 3000pings for few sec and then they get DC from the internet, after few sec the router gets back online but still they can't play together or make a 3v3.
We have a SBS 2003 server with two NIC's, one for the internal LAN and the other connecting to the WAG160Nv2 that is hooked up to the internet.The internal LAN clients are all getting IP addresses from the DHCP server in the SBS Server (192.168.16.XXX). The DHCP server is sat at 192.168.16.2.The only thing connected to the LAN ports on the WAG160Nv2 is the Internet facing NIC from the server.What I want to do is to get the WAG160Nv2 to give IP addresses to Wireless connections going through the router, can I configure the DHCP relay option on the WAG160Nv2 to do this, I have looked at the DHCP relay option but it doesn't seem to work, my wireless connections are getting private 169.254.xxx.xxx addresses.Also is there anything I can do to make the wireless more Apple friendly, iPhones and iPads drop of the wireless frequently, that's why I trying a different approach.
( Home Cisco router WAG160Nv2, Windows Vista)Who is the network administrator on my home network and which device is involved: Windows Vista, Cisco network magic pro ? ; the Cisco router modem with WLAN ?The wireless MAC filter on the modem is disabled.The access is denied to my WLAN and the only one from which I get signals from the neighborhood. My main laptop has access to the network only over the Ethernet, but not over WLAN.My second laptop has access to this network over the Ethernet and WLAN .
Since i used this new modem ruoter, on facebook game Cafe WORLD i can't send requests or gifts to neighbors/friends. when the window pops out there's no friend list. it's just a blank space. also when i click the share button only a blank page pops out. i tried it in 3 different pc here @ home in different browser but still had no luck...i tried it on my bf's place and it works so i guess there's a prob with my connection. and sometimes i have the internet access but i couldn't navigate in any website only for chatting.
The problem is WAP 610n not assigning IP address through DHCP; i have to add IP address mannualy.
just go through the details below: In my network environment we are using : CISCO Router 800 series; IP: 192.168.1.1 Domain server with DHCP server : 192.168.1.2 DHCP pool: 192.168.1.234 - 192.168.1.250 WAP IP : 192.168.1.236
WAP configuration : configuration view : mannual Wireless band : 2.4 Ghz Network mode : mixed channel width: 20 Mhz only standard channel : auto SSID broadcast : Disabled [ for security reason] Security mode : WPA2 Personal Encryption : TKIP/AES Firmware : 1.0.01 build 94, Oct 26, 2009 Note: In status menu it is not showing any default gateway.
Encapsulation method in CISCO router : PPPoA [ as instructed by ISP]
I posted of an issue we were having but I feel like I was getting ahead of myselfBasically I need to know how to do 2 things.I want to assign a static IP I purchased from Comcast to my Netgear N300 router and then in turn want that IP address to be linked to the server here in our office so that when people use the Remote Desktop Connection it directs them to the proper machine.
using ipconfig to show static ip address when cable is unplugged, can ipconfig show static ip address when cable is unplugged? if no why? and if yes how do you make it work? anything you can edit on registry to mke it work.
i m using ISP provided modem+router and another D-Link Wireless router at the same time... My computer is connected to D-LInk's Router and D-Link's Router is connected to ISP's Modem...My modem's Ip address is : 192.168.1.1 Router's IP Address: 192.168.0.1ok but now problem is that now Dlink is connected to ISP's Modem and ISP's modem assigns different ip to Wl.Router. Both have DHCP enabled... But i want modem (which is also a router) to assign D-Link's router the STATIC IP... like 192.168.1.54Router Model is D-link DIR-615 Modem Model is ZTE EchoLife HG510a
I have recently purchased a WAG320N. It is working perfectly, connecting 3 PC's, 2 Xbox 360's and a laptop to the internet and each other.
However as all media files are stored on one PC I was thinking about getting a external USB drive and connecting this to the router and use that as the media server, this would save a PC having to be on all the time.
I use one of the xboxes as a media player as well, streaming movies and music. Will the 360 pick up the media server and be able to stream from there?I can not find anything on the internet as well about the possibilities for this.
I am using Windows 2011 SBS and Windows 7 clients.My server has a DHCP range of 192.x.x.150 to 192.x.x.199 and all other I.P. addresses are static. On a workstation located at I.P. 192.x.x.13 I am seeing an address conflict.When I perform an "nbtstat -a 192.x.x.13" command from the server I am given the logical computer name of a staff members personal laptop.Investigation of the laptop reveals that it is set to DHCP, and clearly the address of 192.x.x.13 is outside of my servers DHCP scope, so this I.P.should never be assigned, let alone in duplicate.I Google this topic before posting, and it was suggested that IPv6 could be having an adverse affect. I determined this because I performed a ping on the laptop and only got a MAC address back rather than an I.P. address.However after unticking IPv6, and rebooting, the laptop is still causing havoc.I can set a static I.P. address on the laptop, however this is not ideal.
We once had a virtual server with two network adapters, one was internal and the other was external, and people could access it directly from the internet.
That server recently, died (someone put the .VHD file on a massive RAID 0 array, and that went boom), and I need to set it back up again. All the DNS entries appear to still be there, but how to assign the external IP to the network adapter. I tried Google, but my Google-fu must be weak today as I can't find anything useful.
It's a Server 2008 R2 machine running inside Hyper-V. Nothing's changed except for the new Windows install, it's running with the exact same VM settings, which I didn't touch except to add a new VHD.