I've got Cisco X2000 and WAG120N. Is it possible to use one of those as a kind of a 'ADSL bridge' on to connected Sonic wall firewall ? How I picture it is that adsl connection is terminating on one of above Cisco boxes, which is connected via Ethernet or wan port to sonic wall, and it's only passing the adsl connection on to sonic wall which in result will end up with my ISP assigned IP address ?
On my old router I could access the line stats on the home page giving me Attenuation and SNR margin, this allowed me to keep an eye on line quality, there seems to be no equivalent info on the X2000. Is this on a hidden page like the advanced wireless page.
I only have access to rather slow connections (256 Kbps). But since I have two lines and two modems, I was wondering if I could bond them together and make a faster one. My main modem is a Lynksys WAG120N Wireless-N ADSL2+ Modem Router, which as you can see is also in charge of both wired and wireless networks at my place. The second one is an older D-Link ADSL modem (JUST modem).Since I have an extra LAN port on my Lynksys modem, I want to know if and how I can connect the second modem, and combine the two rates.
I have a 3G USB modem connected to my desktop and I would like to share the internet connection to other devices wirelessly using the WAG120n ADSL router. How do I set up the IP's manually on the router and my PC to do this? And which other setting do I need to set?
Recently, i bought a LinkSys WAG120N ANNEX-A to replace my old speedstrem4200. Well everything was fine, but after 2 days of it installed, it started to drop my ADSL connection.
Sometimes, it remain connected for 4-5 hours, then drop, or sometimes, it drop every 30min-1hour.I tried upgrading the firmware to 1.00.16, but no luck, it still drop the connection.I have 3 computer plugged to the router via cable(wired) plus 1 netbook(wireless) and 1 ipod (wireless).Sometimes, when 1 computer is turned off, it seem to make the ADSL connection drop when the LAN light turn off. I noticed everytime it drop the ADSL connection, in the logs, i get this:
I'm using WAG120N, but suddenly Days back I am experiencing frequent disconnection after every 1-2minutes. After extensive Complains to my ISP (MTNL) they were unable to rectify the problem.Attaching the System Log of WAG120N. [code]
I need to configure a WAG 120 N as a bridge, so I can have my public IP as an output of an Ethernet port. I need this configuration because I have a non ADSL router managing VPNs and needs the public IP on the WAN port of this router.
I have a WAG120N. I wish to use it as a modem only and not as a wireless router.I have another wireless router I want to use to handle network connectivity.I want the wag to be set to 10.10.1.1 and I want my router on 10.10.1.2What bridge mode do I set on my wag? Do I need a crossover cable?
I recently purchase WAG120N on a recommendation from a cisco personal, after my long year work horse Linksys AG 241 went kaput.Since I have purchased it WAG120N it is never stabilized on the MTNL ADSL network. There is too much of frequent disconnection. Although I have raised this issue with cisco support # 121128-000336 and 121122-004290, but all they have asked me to replace the WAG120N gateway. [code]
Just picked up a X2000 and Cisco connect configured my connection, and assigned an IP to my desktop pc.I configured my PC back to a Static IP which is outside the DHCP range in the X2000, and all seems to be working ok..now looking in the web-based X2000 setup screen my pc is no longer listed as a client...so should I manually add it as a client and assign the IP & MAC address in the Cisco setup or is this not necesary.?
I have the X2000. It has 3 ports. I need 4. I also have the WRT160N V3 router which has 4 ports. Is there a way to use this router with the X2000 to get the 4 ports I need ? If not, what are my other options to get 4 ports ?
linksys x 2000 modem unfortunately, when I turned the modem on today, the power light which normally was white became red.I tried all the ways I knew, such as restarting in 5 or 30 seconds intervals but unfortunately it didn't work
I installed my new X2000 a couple of days ago and my ADSL connection drops several times a day. Sometimes it will stay connected for a few minutes and other times it will stay connected for several hours. The only way to get it connected again is to reboot.I have used 2 other routers (D-Link DIR-300 and BT Home Hub 3.0) on the same line and haven't had any disconnection issues with them, so the problem must be a hardware/software fault on this router or I have set it up incorrectly.Judging by a number of posts I found online, there seems to be a general problem with DSL connections dropping on the X2000, especially on earlier firmware versions. I have subsequently upgraded to the latest firmware (Ver.2.0.01 (Build 4)), reset and reconfigured twice, but nothing has worked so far.Unless I can get this working in the next few days I am going to have to return it, which is a shame because the performance of the router is great when it's working!Would someone be able check I have configured the DSL settings on the router correctly?
I have been setting up my new Cisco X2000 wireless router recently and I have it working fine for my desktop/laptops and even the PS3, however for some reason when you try to use the wireless on some of the other computers in my house it doesn't work unless you are using a wireless guest account.
Can the 2 WAN ports be connected at the same time to provide failover and if so can this be configured for priority/ delay etc.A user has a very poor ADSL service so also has a bidirectional satellite link. Due to the latter's high latency I don't want it dropping that connection too quickly.
So its the 3rd day of my nightmare to set up this cisco ADSL router...
Status: Setup: DSL connection:
So I live in Ireland and im on Smart telecom ISP, Basicly the internet is half going - like skype is going and i can chat with my contacts, cisco.com page is going but really SLOW, google.com page is going until search, speedtest.net page is going until the mesure thing facebook loads like in 10min.. a lot of pages dosent even go...From main telephone socket to the router is only 2.5m telephone cable(NO HOME PHONE) so no splitter or extension... (Changing the MTU dosent change anything...only if i set it on auto then w7 shows that internet is connected, skype works but no pages at all is loading and is dropping with timeout error.. if i set to manual then something loads on pages...) The cisco connect software does NOT do good because I can go until the username/pasword step, I input THE CORRECT details but he just sayes that he cant authenticate the username & pasw... and so i cant get past that step and the programm is no good.... only way is to set up with 192.168.1.1!
How can I get Max network LAN speed from the X2000.I am connecting with a Macbook and an iMac both with N speed aiport cards.When checking the network speed through mac 'Network Utility' it is only getting 130 Mbps.Should it be getting closer to 300 Mps?
I run a X2000 router for some weeks and it works properly basically - with one exception.WIFI attached devices (Win7, Vista, Android) can go to the internet without having any problem. But they cannot access my local servers (Media-Server, Storage server). I access with normal settings (not the guest) but the behavior is similar to what I expected from the guest-WIFI: protect resources in LAN.Anyway, for historical reason I have also another WIFI Hotspot in the LAN what is connected to the X2000 via cable. If the same devices connect to this hotspot, everything works fine. So the problem isn't caused by the servers.
I'm having trouble with my Linksys X2000 modem/router to stay connected to internet. I have tried upgrading the firmware & changing my ip address, but still with no success.The router part is staying connected, but the dsl will drop off. I have to unplug to get it up and working again.
I'd really like to be able to monitor DSL traffic on my X2000. SNMP is the logical way to do this; Looking at the source to the Management screen, it looks tantalizingly close, but the SNMP bits are commented out in the HTML.
I have a new X2000 v2 firmware 2.0.04. When I use it- itunes on my PC with seven don't work and give me error 8003.- the Apple Store on my iPad and on my iPhone don't download or upgrade the application.- itunes on my macbook air with mountain lions don't work and give me error 8003.- the download in ftp are very slowIf I use my old AG2241V2 all work fine.I have replicated the configution of old router on the new as far as possible but don't work.
I have linksys X2000 modem and linksys WAG 200G modem I can use them both if needed I want to share my internet with my brother on our house But I want each one of us to have equal bandwidth ( speed ) How can I do this using those devices.