Linksys Wireless Router :: Can WBR-1310 Works As An Extender For WRT610N
Oct 21, 2011
I have the WRT610N and would like to add an extender for the wifi in my house.Does the WBR-1310 work? If yes, how do I set that up? If it doesn't work, any device that can give me a better range in the house?
recently tried to connect a Samsung BD-EM57C blu-ray player to my wireless network. I have a D-Link WBR-1310. Have one desktop, Smart tv currently on network --no problems. Blu ray will find my network but cannot connect. "unable to connect enter ip address manually" which I did. Fail. "enter subnet mask" which I did. Fail. "Ip address taken enter different address" Now what?
I purchased a WRT610N router early this month, the wireless network was working completely fine when I first set it up. Today I tried to connect my laptop to my wireless network. The laptop isn't able to connect at all. I also got a Sony PSP which has WLAN on and that saying it cannot detect any access point which would be my router.
I was told that this router would push the PoE to the WAP4410N. I hooked the AP up to port 1 and no lights or anything... The network is all cat6, patch cords are cat6 shielded if this matters at all... what am I missing.
I have the Linksys WRT610N wireless router and would like to know if it is possible to block all domains ending in .XXX? The access restrictions let you type in a 'specific' URL, but using a generic domain name doesn't seem to work. I basically want to block all access to any URL that ends in .XXX.
I just bought a certified refurbished router. The model is WRT610N-RM. Where's what I've done:
1. Downloaded newest firmware from the site using old router, Then disconnected. Connected a lan cable to the new router. Powered up the router. Held down reset untill the light blinks. Went to the browser and typed 192.168.1.1. Entered password to go into router and upgraded firmware. 2. 5 Ghz Settings: Went to Wireless menu. Selected "manual", mode is "mixed" (If i chose N only for 5 Ghz, then It won't save my setting for internet security. Instead it will be "disable" no matter what". The rest was default. SSID is enabled. Then I set up the 2.5 Ghz. I have 3 other computers with N wireless card. Some others have G, however when I viewed available networks, I only see the 2.4 Ghz ssid. I tried to reboot and unplug power for 10 seconds, but no luck seeing the 5 Ghz.
I am finding it impossible to set up port forwarding. No matter what I do I remain completely stealthed when I do a port probe via [URL]... The only way I seem to be able to open a port is if I enable remote management. When I do that, whatever port I specifiy as the remote management port is then fully open. Obviously, I can't leave a port exposed like this and, anyway, I need to open multiple ports for my purposes.
I have had no problems with my WRt610N fo 2 years. Yesterday a problem occured and today again. Namely, I opened my laptop (the lid) and suddenly it could not see my network (SSID) among the rest of the neighbouring ones. The WiFi indicator in the tray showed the yellow "!". Since I have another (secondary) router wired to the primary (WRT610N) I tried and succeeded to connect to it (same SSID, but type "g").
Today the same situation. This is the straneg thing - if I 1st connect to the "g" router after a while the WIn7 reports my SSID being of type "gn" meaning it now sees the primary WRT610N. If I switch off the secondary the netowork is maintained by the primary router showing "n". It seems like my laptop cannot see my router (but can see all other networks) until it 1sr connects to the secondary, and afterwards it sees the primary router and can stay with it.
I've been really stumped when I decided to start using xbox live. When ever I try to join my friends party I am slammed with a NAT error. For years now I have not been able to forward ports at all. Any port checkers come back with unable to contact your router.I am fairly certain its the router because, I directly plugged my 360 into my modem and everything worked like a charm.I've read on a similar post found here "Similar post" that updating the firmware might fix the issue?
My WRT610n went out today for no apparent reason.All of my other peripherals are still running, but the router won't turn on. I've tried different transformers, outlets and powerstrips, with no luck -- no power. I've also tried a hard reset on it, with no luck.
Any success with a recent vintage Macbook Pro connecting to the 5.8Ghz channel on a WRT610N. I can connect with the 2.4 channel without a problem but I cannot maintain a connection on the high channel. Linksys support told me that the hardware was not compatible with the high channel.
To connect my new "smart tv" with my wireless linsys WRT610N, smart tv ask to take off all protection such as firewall and antivirus. Doing so, I cannot connect my laptop with my router. Is there a solution to connect both at the same time?
I read an earlier posting about an issue between SPI on the latest WRT610N Version 1.0 firmware and a user's Apple TV. This pointed me to a "solution" to a perplexing problem I was having.
I have 4 machines, 3 connected via WiFi and 1 on one of the wired ethernet ports. I also have 2 Apple Airport Express units for audio streaming as well as 2 iPhones connected wirelessly.
Now for the symptoms, which are all new since updating to firmware ver.1.00.03.15:
1. The WiFi machines see the Airport Express units and can stream audio to them. However, the iPhone Remote app has trouble staying connected to iTunes running on any of these machines. A router reboot is a temporary fix, but connection is eventually lost again.
2. The wired machine cannot see the Airport Express units, nor can the Remote app pair with iTunes on that machine. It's as though no Bonjour-related functions work. Here, a router reboot also provides a temporary fix, but one that lasts only minutes.
Based on that prior post, I disabled SPI on the router and, lo and behold, the wired machine suddenly sees all Airport Express units and can pair with the iPhone Remote app!
I was going crazy, verifying that I was not having Windows Firewall issues, that there wasn't an incompatibility with Windows 7 (which I'm running on all), that this wasn't a Homegroup incompatibility of some sort, that Bonjour was up to date, etc. Only turning off SPI fixed the problem entirely.
So, Linksys ...Any firmware bug fix in the works for this? Can I safely go back to the prior firmware update without security or function concerns? If so, where can I get my hands on the older firmware file?
i used my 610N v2 for 2 years and recently i upgraded my network from 100mb to fiber 500mb , however, if i directly plug the lan cable to my computer , i can get full speed , but with 610N, the speed is limited to 130 for both upload and download .i had already upgrade my firmware and did factory reset, none of them work. Is it the limitation of the router ?
For some reason, I have been trying to use QOS for several network related jobs (VPN, streaming). It would seem that when QOS is enabled and the appropriate ports are set which a high priority, the speed of my connection drops to a crawl. When I disable QOS, I'm flying again. I have confirmed ports, and protocol types (TCP or UDP) and nothing seems to work.
I just purchased a WTR610N and when I connect to the admin interface over SSL it gives me a cert that expired on 12/31/1970. I updated the firmware and that didn't change anything. How to get it to use a valid cert?
I want to connect one "wrt610n router" to modem directly through Ethernet cable and when i connect both of them every thing is working fine and iit gives proper internet connection through WLAN [code] But, when i tried to connect "second WRT610N router" through "first one WRT610N router" through LAN_cable(cat 5) then second router do'nt provide(give) internet connection second router ip-- 192.168.1.5
how to set up my router settings/port forwarding to be able to use Wake on Lan with Depicus here is what I currently have:DHCP Reservation with the IP Address of my computer (192.168.1.xxx) and the MAC address xx:xx:xx:xx that I retrieved by doing ipconfig /all in the cmdMy Router address is 192.168.1.1 and the submnet mask is 255.255.255.0my DDNS service is disabledIn the Security tab, I unchecked Filter anonymous internet requestsIn Applications and Gaming, under single port forwarding, I have port 7 to 7, Both TCP and UDP, forwarded to the IP address of my computer 192.168.1.xxx and it is enabledMy network card is configured already, enabling WOL in the card's properties.Now when I use Depicus, I enter the MAC, my external IP address which I got from myipaddress.com, subnet mask I use 255.255.255.0, I select Internet, and then the remote port I use is 7,Doing that, nothing happens at all. however, I can easily wake up my computer if I am connected to the same local network at home.
I was able to connect using Gnome Epiphay Web Browser v 3.4.1 and found no problems on the WRT610N router.So-o-o Cisco, what do you recommend I do, seeing as how there is no later firmware to apply and nothing to configure that I can see.
I have a router WRT610N and I'm using the FTP option within. The problem is that within my network, I have the cable modem (from the internet provider ) and my router with the ftp server. When I'm trying to access the FTP from outside (internet) with FileZila I get this "Server sent passive reply with unroutable address. Using server address instead."
I 've checked the network config from FileZilla and if I'm using this [URL] in order to get the public IP, I get this : 127.0.0.1
I am using Window 7 and the WRT610N router. I got a bufflao 1 TB USB harddisk connected to the router.My PC can access to the Harddisk. However, but my pc showing the USB harddisk is full. I checked, there are less than 200GB file on the disk. why is that?
Using a wrt610n.I am trying to Isolate one of my wireless bands from the rest of the network. I turn on the AP Isolation and I still have access to all of my wired computers. With AP Isolation working will they be able to see the hard drive plugged into the router?I've heard that they can still see other wireless devices, is that true? And if so, can they see others wireless devices on the other wireless band?
Using a wrt610n. I am trying to Isolate one of my wireless bands from the rest of the network. I turn on the AP Isolation and I still have access to all of my wired computers.
Questions: With AP Isolation working will they be able to see the hard drive plugged into the router? I've heard that they can still see other wireless devices, is that true? And if so, can they see others wireless devices on the other wireless band?
I have a problem with a LinkSys WRT610N router (v1).
I have just bought it used. The problems: I see the power led blinking all the time. I can't connect to 192.168.1.1. I do not notice any effect on the leds when pressing the reset button (I feel a soft click when I do that, but none of the leds seem to realize). The manual states that the led should stop blinking after the "self-diagnostics" ends.
My configuration is DSL connection (by AT&T, phone cable), a Siemens 4100 modem, an ethernet cable into the LinkSys router, then an ethernet cable into a Linux PC. Everything is wired. I see the green light of the LAN connection to my PC, the world blue icon and the USB icon stable on, a shy orange led on in the middle (wireless?) and the power blue led blinking. The PC is configured with DHCP, and I can access both the modem (192.168.0.1) and the internet. The gateway address is the one of the modem (again 192.168.0.1). In summary, the ethernet of the router seems to work, but the router is completely transparent, inaccessible, unconfigurable, apparently unresponsive. Trying to connect to 192.168.1.1 (the supposed default address of the web interface of the router, which is different from the 192.168.0.1 of the modem) I get a timeout error, and I can't ping that address. The modem is configured to handle the PPPoE connection, which I am not sure what it means but the text description suggests in this mode I should be able to access the router, provided that its address is not conflicting with the modem's. If I disconnect the modem from the router, DHCP does not get any address. If I force one, 192.168.1.1 still does not respond to pings.
So Is it normal not to notice any reaction when hitting the reset button? is the object just broken, except that the ethernet subsystem still works?