I have a 4200V2 acting as a Router and (2) more E4200V2's acting as Access Points,The E4200V2 acting as the Router is at Firmware 2.0.37, but, the other Access Points are at Firmware 126.96.36.199507 and when I try to have the Firmware Upgrade Utility in Setup update the Firmware it gives me this message:"Current Version: 188.8.131.52507Available Upgrade: Your router software is up to date"Where is the downloadable Firmware 2.0.7 located?How do I upgrade the Firmware Manually to 2.0.7 and should I ?
When I'm in Setup -> Basic Setup -> click on DHCP Reservation, I don't see all entries I've created earlier but computers that connect still have the correct IP address on the network; I don't know if I can create additional entries if nothing appears
When I go to Status -> Local Network -> DHCP Client Table the list is blank but some computers are connected to the networkI'm using firmware 1.0.01 build 10 Feb 21, 2011, language = English, Firefox 4.0.1.Rebooting the router doesn't change anything, I can't see connected LAN equipment and DHCP Reservation is empty despite the fact I've created entries.Together with the "Access Restriction" which doesn't allow to block a computer from 10pm => 8am unless you create 2 rules + various issues with attached USB + 2.4Ghz signal that is far from optimal (never able to achieve more than 144-N-Mbps) and I ask myself if I will not contact the store where I purchased this unit and ask a refund (and buy something else from another brand...)
I tried to enter a name that included an illegal character (in this case, a single quote), and it gave me the popup box that said I had done so. When the popup closed, my DHCP reservation table was emptied out (I had maybe 5-6 reserved clients). In fact, I can't add new reservations anymore at all from this screen as it lists nothing in the DHCP clients table at the top. (Note, there are plenty of things in the DHCP Clients table over on the Status->Local Network tab). At this point, I think that my pre-existing reservations are still being held, but I'm not sure as it's only been about an hour so nothing has renewed.
I had firmware 1.0.05 when I encountered this problem. I upgraded to 1.0.07 as a means of trying to kick it into action, but the problem still exists.
I have Linksys E3000 Router and it is connected to 7 Devices at this moment via DHCP. I have got New NAS Enclousre (8th Device) which has got Lan port . I have connected Box to One free Port on E3000 Router. I see DHCP Reservation from 192.168.0.1 assging one IP to My NAS Enclosure Box i.e 192.168.0.13 But when i ping that box . It's not pingable. When i try to browse that NAS Enclosure's setup web page - it's not opening. I can access that box setup page if i connect direct 1:1 Lan cable over private network (169.254.XXX). It means web server is runing on box. I am clueless. E3000 is assigning IP to NAS Enclosure but can't Browse or Ping. I tried to Assign Manual IP address to NAS enclusure and reconnect to router. Still I can't ping or browse.
#arp -a show that box has IP. (Output from MAC os) . ? (192.168.0.13) at (incomplete) on en0 ifscope [ethernet] Ping test from Router Page. PING 184.108.40.206 (220.127.116.11): 32 data bytes 40 bytes from 18.104.22.168: icmp_seq=0 ttl=46 time=286.6 ms 40 bytes from 22.214.171.124: icmp_seq=1 ttl=46 time=290.2 ms
Before upgrading my firmware on my EA2700, I can easily reserve IP address for my wired device. With the new cloud interface, I click to select the device from the top pane to bring it down in the reserved IP pane below. When I try to save the IP change I get two errors: 1) Invalid characters in the device name 2) Invalid IP address. I get the same errors even if I do not edid not edit the name or IP address.
As for the device name, I did not change anything or rename the device. One device has a " - " in the name and the router was happy with it until I tried to reserve the IP. Another one had a " ' " in the name, same problem again.
My network DHCP range is set to 192.168.1.200 to 192.168.1.250 and I use the range from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.100 for static IP. When I tried to reserve a static IP below 192.168.1.200, the router say that is an invalid IP.
The workaround to this problem has been to temporary set the DHCP range to 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.50 and set the static IP in that range and rename the devices to a name that the EA2700 will accept. Next I move the DHCP range from 192.168.1.50 to 192.168.1.100 and repeat the process. After, all the static IP are assigned, then I can reset the DHCP range to 192.168.1.200 to 192.168.1.250.
This is a pain to do. In the previous (cloud less) version, this was a breeze to do. Also, I have not figured out how to redirect ports with the new interface. Is that progress?
i am having an annoying issue with my wrt400n and my foscam FI8918W. in the dhcp reservation tab, the wrt400n doesn't show the foscam anywhere in the tab. it shows all laptops, cell phones, nases, etc. if i use the cisco connect software it does show it in the network map. i can probably add it manually via the gui. is this something normal or security cams not considered devices?
On my EA4500 i've given my Sony Google TV Box (connected by wifi N) a static ip address under "DHCP Reservations". However is there any way to add a DNS server address to this reserved IP so that only the Google Box is affected by the DNS, all the other connected devices remain unaffected? Presently i enter the required DNS address in the google box but i would prefer to do it on the EA4500. I'm using the latest Cisco Cloud fw on my router.
I have the e4200 and I am having trouble getting DHCP reservation to work properly with my Windows 7 machines. Perhaps there is a step that I am missing. Basically I go to the DHCP reservation setup page, select my machine and add it to the reservation table. Then I save the changes. As soon as I do this my computer goes offline. If I reboot my machine, it is still offline. I've tried the same procedure to reserve the IP address for my phone and it works fine so I wonder if the problem is with Win7.
Is there any way to make networks hidden through the WiFi Smart software? I have a Cisco Linksys E4200V2. I have gone through everything to try figure out how to make my S.S.I.D. to not be broadcasted, but seems like the only way to make it hidden is to use the Origonal Firmware make it as hidden, then install the New Firmware and software. Seems like Cisco may have missed this option. I do know a lot of people would prefer their Networks hidden for a little security. I know it isn't much, cause if someone wants to get that info it's not hard to get it. But for people who don't know or don't want to waste all the time to find the Hidden Network name can be turned away, for going through that extra step.
I have a XSR-1805 (Version 126.96.36.199) enterasys router here. Got SNMP server to work successfully. The thing is that I couldn't make the router restrict a range of address allowed to use a community. Only 10.1.0.13 is allowed to use SNMP in this case.
I keep getting some additional IP addresses logging onto my home network that have an address outside what should be allowed by the router. The server is running at 192.168.2.1 and is set to only allow clients from 192.168.2.2 - 192.168.2.10 so a total of 9 clients should be allowed on.The problem is that something keeps logging in with an address of 192.168.169.2 or 3 etc. Sometimes more than one device at a time.I have assumed that it is some automated or virtual client as I'm pretty certain my network has not been breached. I have a 9 character password with a relatively random alphanumeric combination, although I haven't tried changing the password (I live in a share house with with a bunch of devices using wireless, so I haven't yet bothered). What I don't understand is how it has connected with the xx.xx.169.xx range at all. I have a Belkin 'Share' Wireless N Modem Router and at some stage there was a 'guest' network but that has since been disabled and I still am seeing the extra address. I have attached a screen shot of the DHCP client list on the router.The following is a list of devices that may be on the network at times, I'm thinking one of these may be responsible for the problem:
Windows Vista Desktop - Only LAN device PS3 Macbook Epson wireless printer Android HTC Desire Mobile Phone Laptops running various Windows versions (XP, Vista and 7)
A few thoughts I had:
- the android phone is capable of running a wireless hotspot, may have to look into it to see if if has been operating as an access point into the Belkin router, but assumed this wouldn't bring up clients connected to the phone on the home router.
- The desktop has PS3 Media server installed to stream video to the PS3 over the network (not that I have ever managed to get it to work), however this is not ever open on the desktop.
I have an e4200 set up and working on fios as a pppoe router properly with a dozen devices connected to it via dhcp. The dhcp range i configured in the e4200 is 192.168.1 100 to start with, and a mask of 255.255.255.0.
All the dhcp devices connected to the router start with 192.168.1.1xx. My Dell Inspirion with Windows 7 has an ipv4 address of 192.168.15.2. I cannot figure out how it gets this address, even after I release and renew the address on the Dell.
Everything is working fine so I guess there is something I just do not understand.
why my switch is not picking up a reserved address from the second pool below?console output with dhcp debugging on.ps. I have also tried 'hardware-address 0024.f769.bf40 1' which is hardware type 'other'
ip dhcp excluded-address 172.23.23.1 172.23.23.49 ! ip dhcp pool main import all network 172.23.23.0 255.255.255.0
I have simple set-up in my network with 2 routers connected to each other, 2nd router is just kind of wireless access point and switch to extend cable sockets upstairs.I have DHCP reservation on the first router and it works perfectly. Second router has DHCP server disabled, and I have configured DHCP reservation same as the first router, but it gives random IP addressess instead of reserved. how can I configure second router to obtain MAC DHCP RESERVATION TABLE from the 1st router?
Having just installed the E1000 why have I got a public network address '####' which is security type WPA2 -PSK and also public network address '#### - Guest' which is security type - unsecured.Anyone can log onto either wireless network connection but only with the correct password.How do I remove the '####' address and also how do I make the '#### - Guest' address a secure one.
A small network and uses the Linksys Router BEFSR81 as dhcp.the default Number of addresses is 50 and starts 10.0.0.100 to 10.0.0.149.A new Cisco IP Phone just introduced requires ip addresses and have noticed running out of addreses.Can I increase the number to 120 so that the address range would start from 10.0.0.100 to 10.0.0.219, also, I have a VPN device which automatically configures itself for 10.0.0.199 address and this is /24 network configuration.
Using Android phone and have to set up Port Forwarding to access the cameras. I have to change the IP Address to a static one instead of the one issued by the Router. How do I change the IP Address of the camera to one outside the DHCP range?
I have a Buffalo WHR-G300N router & I am having probs with assigning a static address to a nas device.I have set up the static ip address i want to use in the nas When I look at the dhcp leases in the router, the device shows up as having an automatic assignment with a different ip address to the one set in the nas.If I manually assign the ip address which I want to use, or, if I edit the automatically assigned entry, the old one stays as an automatic assignment. This means that I then have 2 ip addresses for 1 mac address.When I try to access the nas, with only the automatically assigned address present in the router settings, I can still access it using the ip address I have manually assigned to the nas, even though the manual ip does not show in the router.How can I delete the automatically assigned dhcp lease & just keep my static one??
we have a 3560 switch configured with EIGRP with dhcp. We have a user that we cannot ping, however the interface show up / up and no errors on interface. the ip address is 10.2.0.199 - however we have dhcp configured to exclude the range from dhcp ip dhcp excluded-address 10.22.0.1 10.22.0.200 how can this work station get a dhcp address if we have that ip range excluded from the dhcp pool?
The user is off a different switch that is a uplink to this distribution switch. Traceroutes shows that the problem is with the distribution switch.
I have a new technicolor TG582n modem and the wifi signal doesn't reach to all the house. It's a big house, lots of concrete walls. I also have a Linksys WRT54G router and I'm wondering if it's possible to put the Linksys in the other area of the house and capture the signal from the Tompson. Then connect to that signal with my laptop. Maybe this will work to give me wifi in all areas.
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]
To connect the Linksys WRT54GS to a Microchip DV102411 WiFi Comm Demo Board I need the IP address assigned by DHCP. The WRT54GS Administration Log is enabled but there is no Incoming or Outgoing network activity. The DV102411 sees the SSID linsys when scanning for wireless networks and attaches to it but once attached I need to know the IP address the DV102411 has been given by the WRT54GS.
I have a WRV4400n in my company and almost every day I have to reboot so people can get out to the internet, It lets you see the local network also if I put a desktop on line it will not give a DHCP address, untill I reboot the router. then all is fine, It has the latest greates firmware.
I'm using TP Link router. I went to DHCP reservation list and provided mac address of a computer and ip address to reserve the ip address for the computer. But it still not changing my current ip address. I rebooted router, rebotted computer, but it still not changing to the reserved ip.