Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 - Vnc Viewer External Access?

Dec 29, 2012

using a Linksys E2500.  I have a Ubuntu "server" set up which i can access on my LAN through VNC Viewer (windows machines) no problem.  I can even access it through the external IP address on a machine inside the LAN (both internal address and external address work from inside the LAN).  I set up port forwarding (per but i still can not access my machine from outside the LAN.  It has a static IP as well btw.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 - Can't Connect To External Network

Jan 2, 2012

Switched from a Netgear router to a Cisco E2500 and now my Samsung blue ray won't connect to internet.
It says physical connection established but can't connect to external network.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 - Cannot Access It

Dec 27, 2011

I have bought and installed an E2500 router 4 days ago. Installation of router and network using Cisco Connect was easy and without problems. However, after 4 days of usage, not changing anything in the network nor running Cisco Connect or accessing the web interface, I tried to start Cisco Connect and got the message  "Cannot access your router".Internet is running, router is accessible via in a browser window, Cisco Connect also works fine on my laptop.The only solution I found on this forum is: reset your router and reinstall Cisco Connect.and then every 4 days resetting my router and reinstalling the software?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 Will Not Allow Port 80 Access

Apr 21, 2012

I bought a new e2500 and it is working fine, all but port forwarding.  This is not even close to my first router and I am advanced when it comes to setting these up.  I have tried for days to get port 80 to open up and it refuses. Now I do notice that when you access the router setup through a web interface, it uses port 80.  I have forwarded port 80 to the ip address of the device, put in a reservation in DHCP with MAC address, etc. etc. and still nothing.  Heck, I have even turned that specific device IP into a DMZ, and it STILL will not work.For the record, I had an e2000 set up the exact same way and it worked just fine and I was able to access port 80.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 As Wifi Access Point Only?

May 17, 2011

I have an E2500 running as a router/DHCP server. For reasons beyond the scope of this question, I am replacing the router and DHCP functions with a SonicWALL device. I would like to continue to use the E2500 as a wireless access point only, providing WiFi connection to the SonicWALL. How do I set up the E2500 for this purpose. I assume I switch off the DHCP server and NAT within the device. Is there a dedicated "access point" mode?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 / Unable To Access Internet

Jan 22, 2012

Here is my setup.Using all MAC OSX I have AT&T DSL ISP connected to a (ISP provided) Speedstream 5100 Modem.I just purchased a Cisco Linksys 5200 N Router and I cannot access the internet. I followed the set-up instructions to the T but to no avail. I cannot find anything online about these two devices being incompatable.  Do I purchase a new modem? If so how can I be sure it's compatible with the router?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 Does Not Give Internet Access

Mar 1, 2013

I bought the router E2500 and I followed the steps for its configuration. It so happens that most of the time I turn on my router, it does not connect to microcomputer, because it loses the internet settings, requiring that I turn the CISCONNECT and after that, I have to turn off the microcomputer, wait for 2/3 minutes and then reconnect, for only then will be able to surf the internet. I notice that many times even I doing all this procedure the router does not give access to the internet. What should I do?

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Oct 31, 2012

E2500 given to me cannot access password to setup

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Access Restrictions On Current E2500?

May 28, 2012

I have an old WRT54G and the access restrictions really don't work.  it's sloppy and ineffective.
i'm thinking about upgrading... perhaps to the E2500.  Do the access restrictions now work properly?  Am I able to allow access to a specific site only during certain times?
For instance, am I able to provide access to [URL] only during 6:00pm-9:00pm and block it otherwise?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Using E2500 Wifi Access Point?

Dec 13, 2012

I have an existing home network with a D-link wireless router, IP  In the past, I set up another of the same model Dlink router as a WAP to extend my network by simply disabling DHCP and setting its IP to  Used the same SSID and passwords, worked flawlessly.  Now, my WAP-router has failed and I purchased a LINKSYS E2500 to replace it in that function. I'm trying to configure it the same way but am having problems.The Linksys' IP is by default. I hooked its LAN port to my laptop and accessed the setup page at  I changed the router IP to and disabled DHCP. I saved settings, the router reset, and since, I am unable to re-connect to that router setup screen at either OR the default  I reset the router to default and tried this multiple times but could never get back to the setup page (didn't even configure any wireless settings yet) after I made the IP change and disabled DHCP.  With my previous router, this worked easily and flawlessly.
1. What am I doing wrong (ok, other than using Dlink components)?

2. Should these two different brand components work ok together llike this or is that a problem?

3. Why should unticking DHCP and/or changing the IP address as described make the device unreachable?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Way To Get Software To Access E2500 Settings

Oct 13, 2012

I just purchased an E2500 wireless router. I put the Cisco Connect setup disc in and it could not find my router. With excellent Tech Support, I got it to work. I still do not have any Cisco Connect software on my PC to set passwords or preferences. If I try to run the disc again, it gives me a system critical error and shuts down my computer. How can I get software to access my router settings?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 - Can't Access YouTube Videos On It

Mar 2, 2013

Since installing the E2500, I can no longer access YouTube videos on my wireless devices.  Is this a setting that needs to be changed?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Guest Access On E2500 Not Working

Nov 1, 2011

I  did not use the CD to set up,  and instead set this router up manually. We are using this router right now as a hotspot only.. and all is good. I can see both new networks and the WIFI laptops are talking  no problem. Only  issue I have  is that guest access is not working - by that I mean it can't get out on the internet. I can see it as available and connect to it. Guest access and SSID broadcast are both enabled obviously.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Using E2500 As Access Point From Another Wi-Fi Device?

Jul 24, 2012

Is it possible with the E2500 (or some other device) to rebroadcast a wireless signal?Here's the situation, I live on a boat, I want to connect my laptop to a local wireless signal (which I pay for). I then want to connect my E2500 to the laptop via the "Internet" port on the E2500. This doesn't work? This would allow all my wireless devices to stay connected to a single connection point. When I move the boat and change the wireless connection, I only have to do it once for a single connection. Is there some way to achieve this?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 Already Had Access Phrase In Computer?

Dec 19, 2012

I just bought this Cisco E2500 router last night. I was able to set new pass phrase and name (SSID). I then proceeded to add wireless computers to the router-no problem. had 1 computer I couldnt set up because the person was sleeping. So this morning I go to set up their computer, and found the name (SSID) on the available networks. I clicked on it, and it connected right away WITHOUT ASKING FOR THE PASSPHRASE!!!!! NO ONE put the pass phrase in this computer before. I checked the connection-and sure enough, there was the passphrase right there on this computer! So HOW did this computer, that I hadnt ever tried to connect to this new network before- suddenly get the passphrase as well? if anyone in this neighborhood can just connect to my network and automatically get the passphrase like that-then I need to take this back and get a refund!! That isnt secure at all!

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 Effectively Use G2.4 G Access Point

May 1, 2012

I am running a wired and wireless home network..using a G 2.4 router and access point. I purchased an Linksys E2500 N 5Ghz wiresless router can I still effectively use my Linksys G 2.4 g access point? Will I still have to get a linksys N 5Ghz access point to properly obtain the most speed and security?

I use the wireless with a cable service and use wireless access only for the cell phones via WiFi.I rarely use the desktops on the home network, I want to increase the speed for the cell phone via Wi-fi, Currently speedtest results were 4.80 for downloads and 2.0 for uploads. I have not much use for uploading except for sending photos via wi-fi.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 - No Internet Access For 2nd PC / Media Disconnected

Apr 16, 2013

I will be working from home half the time and am trying to get set up. So here it goes:
Took PC #1 home and hooked everything up. Could access Internet.Had to bring PC #2 home because #1 didn’t have the programs I needed.Hooked #2 up, no internet access.Tried different network cable – no access.Tried different router port – no access. (router port light doesn’t illuminate, neither does port on PC)My personal PC that uses the same router has internet access.Hooked #1 back up as a test – could access internet.Hooked up #2 again, did a Run, cmd, ipconfig and got “media disconnected”I brought #2 back in for a PC tech to look at. He hooked it up in his office, had internet access.Took it back home and hooked everything up.The port lights illuminated on startup; but after it got to the desktop, lights are off.Tried ipconfig again, "media disconnected”. IP address doesn’t display.
All the while I have internet access on my own PC, plus when I hook up #1 to the same port using the same cable, I have internet access, which led me to believe it's something wrong with PC #2.Tech is saying it’s a problem with my router (Cisco E2500), which I restarted too.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 As Access Point In Office Network?

May 2, 2012

I'd like to use an E2500 as a wireless access point in my network. My computer is connected to the office network through a Netgear 5 port desktop switch. Would it be easier for me to configure the E2500 from the switch? If so, do I just plug it in there and access it via the IP address to set it up? And lastly, what should disable (DHCP) or setup in the router so the internet functions through it?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 May Support Multiple APs For Guest Access?

Dec 20, 2011

I got 5 E2500 routers and the main one has setup to IP address and the rest APs are programmed into the bridge mode with the IP address through 248. The secured wireless network  works fine when I roaming between these APs but the only AP that I can get internet access for guest wireless network is the main ( router; for every other APs, I will get the guest log on screen (prompt for guest access password) and no internet access after I type in the correct access password. Does the E2500 support multiple APs guest or it requires a special way to configure it?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Use The E2500 Without Having Hard Wired Internet Access?

Nov 14, 2012

Is there any way to use the e2500 without having hard wired internet access.  I would like to use with my wii fii hot spot so that I could use my old printers that are not wireless enbled

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 As An Additional Access Point Will Not Connect

Oct 16, 2012

I have AT&T Uverse which provides Internet for my home.  The wireless capability of this router is pretty bad, I don't get good/reliable wireless reception upstairs in my office.  The solution was to buy a Cisco E2500 and add it as an access point upstairs.
I have the E2500 LAN port connected to the LAN port of my uverse router downstairs.  DHCP is turned off on the E2500.  I have my office PC wired into the E2500.  The home PC works fine, its getting DHCP from the uverse router downstairs and connects and good speeds.  The problem comes with my wireless devices trying to connect to the E2500. 
I should mention that yesterday when i bought this, all worked fine.  This morning when I came into my office none of the wireless devices would connect to the E2500 at all.   But as soon as I remove the cable that connects the E2500 to the uverse router downstairs they will connect via wireless but of course not get an IP address since that is disabled.
I have factory reset the E2500 and uverse router several times and am getting no where. what could be causing the wireless devices to not connect at all?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E3000 Remote External Hdd Access

Jan 14, 2011

I have an e300 router with my external hdd connected via the USB port. I am trying to figure out how to access the hdd remotely. I am not trying to get to it through remote desktop access. I have my laptop that I take with me when away from home but I would like to be able to access the hdd via Internet.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Local Management For E2500 As Wifi Access Point

Jul 19, 2012

I am using an E2500 as an access point, which is working fine. I have an Ethernet cable on one of the LAN ports of the E2500 connected to a LAN port on my gateway router. The LAN address of the E2500 is and the LAN address of the gateway router is Clients on the E2500 wireless network have no problems getting to the Internet through the gateway router. Clients on the E2500 wireless network can reach the E2500 local management port at on port 80. On the gateway router I am forwarding WAN port 8083 to LAN address at port 80. But I cannot access the E2500 local management interface via the gateway router. The E2500 should see the request as from due to NAT in the gateway router, right? I can reach any of my actual access points this way, just not a router being used as an access point. Security/design limitation of the router?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E4200 / E3200 Or E2500 Better For Home Access Point?

Jan 18, 2012

I am looking form accesspoint for home network. I do not need router and usb functionality, I have this already in my linux server. I need only wifi accesspoint with 2 bands and 300Mbps bandwith. Is there a big difference between E4200 or E3200 or E2500? I know that E4200 supports 450Mbps, but I am not planning to buy new devices which could go faster than 300Mbps. Beside of technical parameters in technical specyfication is there a difference in wifi bandwith or tranmission between wifi and cable network?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: E2500 - Eliminate Guest Login Screen From Being Displayed / Required To Access

Nov 11, 2012

is it possible to eliminate the the guest login screen from being displayed/required to acess router from an added device(like a smart tv with a web browser)?router is an e2500,approx.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Access Media Server And External USB Drive On E4200 From An IPad?

Aug 21, 2011

How to access the media server and/or external USB drive on an E4200 from an iPad?

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Oct 20, 2012

Just installed Linksys E2500 router connected to my Desktop and Cable Modem and access the internet fine. My kindle accesses it and the internet fine. My laptop running Vista connects nicely but only has local access. I find the network and connection area where it sees a network with local only access. I have no clue how to go about changing that. I have the correct password because my Kindle asked me. My laptop does not ask for the password.

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Linksys Wired Router :: E2500 - Cannot Remotely Access Zoneminder On Port 80

Jan 4, 2012

I have a Cisco Linksys E2500 modem and I cannot access Zoneminder which is essentially a Linux Security video DVR software package.  It is running on a Ubuntu Linux server. 
I have HTTP port 80 forwarded to the the static IP address of the Ubuntu server but I repeatedly get a error indicating that the connection timed out whenever I try to access Zoneminder remotely as in remotely accessing it from a coffee shop.
I have absolutely no problem accessing Zoneminder when I on my home local LAN.
I can access other software from remote locations on port 4369 with a TCP preferred protocol setting.  That is, port 4369 is forwarded to another Windows workstation with an assigned static IP address. Absolutely no problems with port forwarding of 4369.
Also,  I've tested port 80 on the YouGetSignal website which is used for testing port forwarding.  The website indicates that port 80 is closed.  But when I test port 4369, the website reports that the port is open.  Zoneminder which uses port 80 is fully operational when I test port 80 via YouGetsignal.
My ISP has told me that they do not block any ports including port 80. 

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PDF Viewer Without Disk Access

Oct 18, 2012

On a windows 2003 data server with a 2008 domain controller, I have several Terminal Servers that are setup to only allow one remote time entry program to run. Totally locked down from network / internet (Kiosk Mode). Now I need to be able to view pdf files in a directory. How can I do this without giving access to the disks that are available for the time entry program to write back. The time entry requires a mapped drive with read/write access. Every pdf viewer I have found so far gives the ability to "File Open/Save as" and thereby gives access the the shared drive. If I use an Internet Browser then I have the same problem.

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Linksys Access Point :: E2500 Or E3200 - Best Option To Set Up Wireless With Verizon FiOS?

Dec 7, 2011

I have Verizon FiOs and their provided wireless router does not cover my entire house. There are plenty of dead spots throughout the house (house is 3500sq. ft.)
The FiOS comes into the basement so currently I have their router is set up in the basement. I wanted to shut off their FiOS wireless router and use my new E4200 router for wireless coverage. I am pretty sure the E4200 alone will not be able to handle my house. Most of the rooms of the house are already prewired with Ethernet cables. All those wires converge in the same closet in the basement, therefore moving the router is not an option.  I was thinking of putting whichever product you experts recommend in my office which is on the 2nd floor on one side of the house. This room does have Ethernet access. However it is currently at 50-60% signal (with FiOS). My bedroom which is on the opposite side of the house is at 10-20% signal (with FiOS).
I am looking to buy something to reach all the deadspots and have WIRED LAN access (if need be in the future). What is my best option? I have researched the RE1000, the WAP610N, and even some of the other routers (E2500 or E3200)  for hours. I am not an expert, and frankly after hours of reading, these technical terms of "range expanding" and "access points" are all sounding synonymous to me. I guess what I need is the range expansion on the same WiFi SSID my E4200 will provide (to cover all areas of my house), as well as an access point for connecting TVs, Xbox, or PCs in the future. 

1) RE1000

2) WAP610N

3) or a router to use as an access point/range expansion combo? E2500 or E3200?
Naturally, is the range capability better for Routers or the WAP610N or RE1000?

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Jun 1, 2013

I have a ASA5505 and I'm having trouble to achieve the following setup, block any kind of connection from outside except for IIS on port 80 and 443 but allow from the server to access any outside address, by domain or ip. Right now apps writen in C# on the server are throughing socket errors and Teamviewer remote control is not working, I would like it to replace remote desktop.

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May 9, 2012

I am deploying a small wireless LAN ( at a remote site and would like to access a PC at LAN IP address across the Internet via TeamViewer so as to monitor devices on that LAN.  The wireless LAN uses about 12 Cisco Aironet 1310 bridges in a ROOT-NONROOT (I guess this is point-to-multipoint?) configuration.Our ISP has given us a single static WAN IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and two DNS server addresses.
My intent was to assign our static WAN IP address from the ISP to our RV082 router, plug the LAN devices (including the PC at 1.2) into the RV082, and then use Network Address Translation (NAT) to forward TeamViewer traffic to the PC at 1.2.  But the RV082's user manual says NOT to use the router's WAN IP address in the NAT table.So I'm confused as to how to send remote TeamViewer traffic to the PC inside my LAN.  Is NAT not the way to do this?  Should I be using port forwarding instead?I guess another way of skinning this cat would be to put a second NIC in the PC and let the second NIC have the WAN IP address so that it would be the first point of contact from outside, but that defeats some of my purposes for having the RV082 in the first place.

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Nov 25, 2011

I have a Windows 7 lap top and an Iomega eGo external hard drive. When I plug the hard drive into my computer via a USB, it works fine, but when i plug the hard drive in to the wireless router, I can not access it, and I would like access the hard drive wirelessly

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