Linksys E900 Router - Unable To Connect To Internet
Apr 21, 2013
I am currently having problems connecting to my apartment internet through my Linksys E900 router. This problem occurred at random as well, I went to bed one night and I was connected with zero problems and when I woke up it no longer worked. It has been like this for a week now and I feel like I've tried everything, including buying a new Netgear router which didnt work either.Some basic info:
- Router is a Linksys E900
- My apartment complex provides free internet through Pavlov Media
- I can connect to the unsecured Pavlov wireless with no problem
- Before it stopped working, I had simply set up the router by plugging it into a wall ethernet jack and running the setup disc. This no longer works, it will set up the network but then I receive an error stating it is unable to connect to the internet.
Just purchased the E900 and set it up yesterday. I was able to connect to my laptop off of my main computer. When I went to setup my wifes computer I get a message from the easy connect that cant connect to the network. Her computer has a Lynskys supper boost wireless adapter on a usb port
My connect on demand is not working.Every time i have to go to router web page and click on connect.i tried to talk to the live chat on the website but the answer they gave me is that in e900 the connect on demand doesn't connect to the Internet automatically and we have to go to the router status page and then click on "connect".
I bought the Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 router this evening in the hopes of hooking up my laptop to my apartment complex's wifi. I'd been previously using an ethernet cable to connect to an outlet which is also the cable connection for my television. I followed the instructions from the CD included, and I was able to successfully connect to the router, but it "cannot determine if I am connected to the internet." I added the device and MAC address to my wifi service account, and still no luck. I've tried connecting the old ethernet cable from the outlet I've been using to the router in one of the ethernet slots, with the provided ethernet cable being connected to my laptop and the 'internet' slot on the router. No internet connection. The recommendation is to "unplug the power cord from the DSL modem." I unplugged the power cord, waited, plugged it back in. Still nothing.
I just recently purchased comcast internet today and self installation kit that came with the modem and all..... got it all set up no problems activated did speed test directly from cable modem to laptop computer wired and was getting 10mbps down and 3mbps up well went out and bought a linksys e900 wireless router.... connected it no problems... however my laptop wireless and phones connected to the router with speedtest is only getting 300kbps down average!!! but the upload is still 3mbps.
I have an E900 I replaced an old Airport Extreme with. The reason was for increased download speed. The Apple router I used saw my work network and I could access files and printers; no changes to my Mac were necessary. It worked out of the box. The new Linksys has Internet connectivity but will not see my work network at all. I have looked into the old settings and cannot figure out how to make the new router see my network. I called Linksys but no dice. What settings need to be changed to see the work network? It is connected to the same ethernet cable as the other router that worked fine.
I am currently connecting my PC to a mobile phone as a Wireless Access Point to give that PC access the internet. I also have a small home network, with one other PC and a Game Console. I own a Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router. My problem is this. How do I share that internet connection with the rest of the home network?To the best of my knowledge its not possible to connect my mobile phone directly to my Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router.
So my alternative idea is to connect to the internet via one PC, set up that internet connection as "Shared." and then allow the other devices on the home network to connect thru this. My question is how do I set up my Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router to allow my other PC and game console connect to the internet? Bridge Mode? PPPoE?
I've been unable to connect to the internet or even my Linksys router (192.168.1.1) from my main desktop. However, I can access the internet and the router by way of another (older) desktop and two laptops.This problem occurred after powering down and unplugging both desktops before a thunder storm. Later that night I powered on and had this issue. ISP didn't have any outages in the area. [code] Network and Sharing Center displays (this computer) with a line connecting to Unidentified Network and the red x between Internet. When viewing the status of that local network connection packets are being sent but 0 are received. TCP/IPv4 and 6 Properties are set to obtain IP/DNS automatically.I don't have any additional firewall software but windows firewall is enabled.
Due to some reason I had to reset my linksys router WRT54G and now I am not able to connect to internet using my router. I tried coupld of settings followings some suggestion over internet sites but doesn't work for me. Still I get no network access message.
I just upgraded my router from an old wireless54G to an E1200.The wireless device I have on my Sony Viao PCG GRT-240G laptop is LAN-Express AS IEEE 802.11g miniPCI Adapter
-Initially I couldn't connect at all with this machine (however the other two newer laptops could) so I contacted the Linksys tech and he advised I should upgrade my laptop driver
-After much research about this I found a common fix was to upgraded drivers from the 2004 sony driver to atheros_wifi_18.104.22.1680 drivers.
-After I did the upgrade I can connect to the router on the guest account and use the internet
However, on the Main account I can connect to the router but I have no internet connectionGoogle chrome gives error belowThe server at [url]... can't be found, because the DNS lookup failed. DNS is the network service that translates a website's name to its Internet address. This error is most often caused by having no connection to the Internet or a misconfigured network. It can also be caused by an unresponsive DNS server or a firewall preventing Google Chrome from accessing the network.How can I use one part of the network but not the other part? Shouldn't both the guest & main accounts use DNS lookup?
I have a few devices I cannot connect to my router or modem but my ps3 and 2 xboxes are connected. I have easy link and I try to add devices to it but it doesn't show me the same options it did before when I added my ps3, and ipod. Now I can't connect my psp or any phone to it, I have the WRT54GS v7.2, those are my only problems with the router nothing.
I have had this router with no real problems for the past 2 years. As of now I can't connect to the internet through the router wired or wirelessly. I have tried all the hard resets and other tricks. I can go straight from my internet connection to my computer and it works fine. Once I go through the router using a lan cord all I get is limited or no connectivity. I have tried to access the router set up using the 192.68. etc but can't just states invalid address. Anything else to try or is this thing bricked ?
Ok group here's the issue. I have a E2500 router with a wired connection for my sons xbox and 2 laptops connected to it. The laptop I used to set-up the system will usually connect to the router but not allow me through to the internet then after a shutdown and repowering it connects. what to check? The othhitch. Both arer laptop connects without a e running vista home.
I am not able to connect to the internet through Linksys Wireless Router. I have tried pinging the default gateway of the ISP provided router IP from the router utility, "Diagnostic", but I am not able to ping it.
For some reason my wireless router recognized my pc, or my modem, Neither is it able to connect to the internet. All the lights are on but not flashing/blinking like they used to. I tried to run the setup over and it couldn't find the router even though everything was plugged correctly. I tried reseting the router but that doesn't even affect it. All the lights remain on with on blinking or flashing no mater what I do. Is there anyway for my router to work normal again or do I need to get a ned wireless router?
My BEFSR81 router has never been a problem for over 10 years.All of a sudden I can not connect to the internet..I only use the router for connecting 2 PCs to the internet modem. I have not changed any configuration. tried my IPS COX recommendation to disconnect the power for about 1 minute then try again with no luck. CoX said they tried pinging my router but could not get a reading. While waiting for them to come up with a solution, I hooked one of my PCs directly to the modem. It worked. So I tried it with the other PC. But it didn't work right away. It kept trying to dial up for a connection. I finally got the WIZARD to get it configured correctly. I assume it must be a router problem because either one of my PCs can get an internet connection when hooked to the modem. I did not pusue any further with COX, THEIR AUTOMATED TROUBLE SHOOTER WAS GETTING ON MY NERVES.Should I take the time to resolve the issue with the router or buy a new or refurbished router? If the task isn't too complicatged, I am willing to try and fix it.
I have a new Linksys E2000, I was unable to connect one of my laptops to the internet, so I decided to call support with the problem, after 45min and not results, find out that the E2000 do not support the Atheros AR 5007, they told me that I need to get a new driver for my adapter. Fine but Cisco doesn’t have a Driver update for this problem or how to fix it, or at least send you a link where to get the fix.
I have had a problem with my WRT400N wireless Linksys router. Whenever my router restarts or if the DHCP lease expires, I'm unable to connect to internet. During this time I can access the router, but not the internet. Oddly something that seems to "fix" this is if I use my nintendo wii to access my wireless internet at that time, all computers on my network are able to access the internet. However this is annoying to do since this happens once a day from DHCP lease expiring. Using any other computer to attempt to access the internet at this time would be unable to get a connection until I do the "fix" with the Wii. WRT400N
I would like to configure my PC to be able to use wake on LAN/WAN mainly for power issues, so I don't have to have it on all the time to access anything I need. I bought a Linksys Cisco E 900 2 weeks ago. Now I am getting really frustrated since as far as I know I did configure everything needed for it but it does not seem to work nor through WAN or even in LAN.
What I did so far is:
1. In my BIOS I could not find a seperate wake on lan option under power management but I did find a "Power on by pci(e) device which I have enable.
2. I have a built in Realtek Ethernet card on my motherboard. In the setting I: Shutdown wake on lan - Disable Wake on magic packet - Enabled Wake on pattern match - Enabled Also the option to allow this device to wake up the computer using magic packet is also ticked.
3. I use Windows 7 and have installed and started Simple TCP/IP Services
4. I opened up UDP port 9 in Windows Firewall
5. I have set single port forwarding in the E900 to my reserved IP for both TCP and UDP port on port 9 and just in case port 7.
After all this it is not even working inside my LAN. Also I tried a port scanner and checking for open ports and UDP port 9 doesn't seem to be open. Why is that? Did I configure something wrong in the router?
I have a Comcast modem, DPC3008 and a Cicso / Linksys E900 wireless router. When I connect my computer to the modem directly, it works great. when I use the router, I cannot conect to the Internet. The router is configured to use DHCP but on the status page, I never get an IP address. I have tried to release / renew the IP address from the status page but no luck.
I am currently using an E900 wireless router. The router is on the second story so I have to use a wireless router booster to enhance the signal strength. I have been using the booster for well over a month with no issues whatsoever; however, tonight I attempt to get onto World of Warcraft and I keep getting disconnected every 5 minutes. After I run the diagnostic it fixes the problem and says that the "default gateway not available". I tried restarting the router, restarting the booster, unplugging the wireless adapter, checked the firewall, and also restarted my computer.
I am trying to have one of my devices always get the same internal IP address. I have an IP camera that I have setup with port forwarding. I think I found where to set it, but it isn't 100% clear that I have it set correctly. I have a E900 wireless router.
From my router's homepage I went to Setup - Basic Setup --> DHCP Reservation button. Then I found my camera in the top box (Select Clients from DHCP tables) and checked the box next to it and pressed the "Add Clients" button. Now I see my IP camera (along with the IP address I want it assigned to and it's MAC access in the section labeled "Clients Already Reserved".
So, did I go through to the procedure correctly to have my IP camera always get the same IP address?
I have an E900 connected to my LAN acting as a wireless access point (router functions disabled). Can I use the DDNS feature of the router in this configuration? I attempt and get ‘No Internet Connection’.
The wireless connection barely registers in the Speed Test within Cisco Connect - .56 download, 5.35 upload. A cable connection gives 2.4 download and 5.5 upload. The E900 is not far from the computer with no obstacles between.Is the wireless portion of the E900 set up improperly? Is there anything I can do to improve the wireless performance?
Just purchased an E900 wireless router and cannot figure out how to connect my Samsung wireless printer. The printer has a WPS button, but the router does not. The router wants me to input information into the Samsung printer, but the printer has no screen, and I cannot find a place to input the router info anywhere in the Samsung software. I am going crazy here...I'm not a techie, but I'm also not a complete technology idiot.
I just bought a Cisco Linksys E900 wireless router. Can someone explain to me why the router (192.168.1.1 on my case) has ports 1990/tcp and 5916/tcp open on the LAN?? I cannot find a way to close those ports.
Every client on the LAN (wired and wireless) can connect to those ports on the router. I do not want that to happen. It is unncessary and it is just not secure. I only want the router to have port 443 open on the LAN for the web mgmt interface. I do not want any other unncessary port open.