Mu old router WRT610n is not reachable anymore... The address 192.168.1.1 gives an error and I cannot reset the router by button press.Wireless doesn't work and two of the three the leds keep on blinking all the time... One ethernet connection is still functioning as should.
I bought a few months ago a WRT54gl router for home use. It works nice and everything, but today was the second time it totaly resetet without pressing the reset button. Why the router is resetting by its own?
I was given this router (it's my 3rd one) and cannot get the reset button to reset the password. I have run throught a 30/30/30 reset as well as just holding the button in for the standard 30 seconds.
I know the router works, as in i can ping it. It asks for a password when i go to 192.168.1.1, but *blank* and "admin" do not work. When i click the cancel button it displays a pink(salmon) screen that says "401 Unauthorized Authrization required". (all of this is when i am connected to it with an ethernet cable to #1)
When it's sitting there it has an led lit over power and one ove wlan which flickers from time to time.
I was in the Wireless tab>Basic Wireless Settings and then I clicked the "Reset Security" button. I don't know what that did but I've been completely shut out of my connection ever since and I don't know how to fix it. I tried doing the install sequence of the router just now (Clone MAC address, then release and renew DHCP, power cycle modem, router, and PC) but it still didn't work.
I have a Linksys wireless router WRT160N, and its worked fine for the past year, till last night, when I pushed the reset button trying to solve another issue and now my router isnt working. I ran Linksys setup disc and it said I was all up and running, but still cant get online with my laptop through the router.I am at a point where I have my default gateway address 192.168.1.1 and my IP address, but not sure what to do with that to get this issue corrected.
My router is the WRT160N, and it doesn't display the version number on the bottom which according to your website means my router is a VERSION 1.SO, why is it that my router says it has:
Firmware Version: v1.53.0 Dec 19, 2007 And the latest firmware is Firmware 11/08/2010 Ver.1.02.11
That looks like an EARLIER firmware version to me judging by the firmware version yet it is dated later. **bleep**. If you want, I can upload a photo of my router's model no. for all to see.My question is, am I safe to 'upgrade' to this 'earlier but dated later' firmware version or not? Why is mine showing as having a later version.
I've read the various threads on here and tried all the fixes suggested and I still cannot get my PS3 to "see" the USB drive I've attached to my router.I can see it and access the files from a connected computer, but not the PS3.I've tried creating a share with one directory and sharing the entire partition with no luck. I've enabled all the FTP options with no luck. UPNP is enabled. I've tried setting up the guest account with no luck.I've tried restarting, unplugging with no luck either. I also went into the USB drive and reformatted and started all over again.My PS3 can easily see the other computers on the network, but I would like to use the USB port on the router to not have to have a computer running to stream music.Is there another menu location on the PS3 I should be using to locate the USB? Currently I just look under music or video and the other computers are there. Just not the USB.
I have a Linksys E1550. I would like to extend its range by using an old Netgear N600 I have laying around. I know the Netgear can be used as a repeater. I do not know what settings I need to change in my Linksys router to be able to use a repeater.
I replaced a WRT54G2 V1 with a E1550 earlier this week. This router connects a sub-net of our office to the main network of our office. When the WRT54 was in place everything worked without a hitch, but the E1550 keeps dropping us from a server we have on the main network. The WRT54 is back in play until I can figure this out.
I have a E1550 with a corrupt config that is acting very wonky lately (shows wrong info in some of the settings and doesn't always save changes). Since it may be the config that is at issue, I don't want to do a backup/resote, rather I plan to do a full factory reset and manully type everything back in.What would be nice is, creating a text based, human readable printout of the config for reference so that I don't have to manually type it all twice (once to save it, once for reentry). PS3 ports, MAC filters, etc. have several entries, and they way the pages are designed it doesn't allow for easy, whole entry, cut and paste.
how to access an E1550 wireless router's settings and configure it to connect to my wireless DSL router? The DSL phone line is not located anywhere near my TV/DVR/Roku and I'd like to connect them wirelessly to our DSL router. The E1550 is next to the TV/DVR/Roku.
My objective is to use the USB port on the E1550 to share an external hard drive for my family's shared media files.I have moved into a rental home with little cat5 wiring. Internet service is Uverse.Given the wiring situation, I bought a netgear universal dual band range extender which connects wirelessly to the uverse router in another room. My home office equipment (computer, printer) are wired into the netgear. All of that works fine. The netgear is 192.168.1.66. The computer is 192.168.1.128. So, I wanted to add the E1550 into my network. I can see it as an attached device on the Netgear's admin page, but cisco connect and a direct ip http://192.168.1.68 does not resolve. I have the e1550 connected via a lan port on the netgear extender (there is no other option). I have gone from that lan port to the internet port on the e1550. I have done so with a staight Cat5 cable and with what I believe should be a cross-over. In both situations, I see the router via the netgear admin page but can not connect to it. I'd prefer not the hang my usb drive off of my computer because it if gets turned off or reboots due to a MS Windows auto update, it leaves the rest of the house with no shared media during that process.
I have a Linksys E1550 Wireless Router that is fast as can be on the wired connection, getting 30mbs from the cable modem connection. If I switch to using wireless on the same PC, the max connection speed I'll get is 2mbs. I've changed all sorts of settings trying to get this working right, and it still stays at 2mbs.As an additional note, this router was previously working fine at 30mbs on wireless as well, then out of nowhere this weekend, it started running at 2mbs. I went and purchased another of the same model and it is doing the same thing as well.
What is the secret to having this run at it's correct speed, not this slow 2mbs that it is now? I have configured this the same as every other Linksys router I've had in the past, and it is running horribly slow..I'm on the newest firmware as well, have already verified that. The old router was updated to newest firmware as testing to resolve this, and the new router came with it installed already.
I tried to connect to my E1550 router admin page at 192.168.1.1 and I'm not seeing the login page. I'm getting an error. I've always been able to get to the admin page. I'm not sure what changed. I tried changing the IP# and subnet mask of my laptop and I still can't connect. I tried resetting the router to factory defaults.
I have an E1550 less than 1 year old. Lately, I have been losing internet on the AT&T modem. I called AT&T but as part of their diagnostics, I have to plug the modem directly into the PC. I have loaded the latest firmware to the E1550.Lose Internet but wireless connectivity to router exists.Internet light on modem is out (modem is connected to router)Unplug modem and leave off plug in, internet light is still out.Unplug router, plug router back in - no internet connection but do have wireless connectivity to router.Take cable from modem to router and plug directly into PC internet light comes on in modem and I have internet from PC.Take cable from PC and plug back into router .I have internet via wireless.What I can't figure out is what could be happening in router that would impact modem internet connection. I have replicated this at least 3 times. Yes, the modem is a bit old, but since plugging it directly into the PC works, I'm thinking it has to be the router and I cannot figure out why unless there's some sort of electrical thing going on in the router.
I had previously posted about problems with the E1550 not being able to recognize NTFS formated hard drives. After multiple retries and reformats I was finally able to get it to work and was able to backup my system files to that NTFS hard drive.
Now, little more than a week later I setup to run my backup to run again and once again the E1550 is not accessing the hard drive. The same one it had previously acknowledged and allowed me to save to.
The E1550 sees that there is a hard drive out there but all it says is "Detecting..." this does not change.
I need this to be fixed and stay fixed. If it is going to do this every time I turn on the drive to do weekly backups, then I need to get a different wireless router.
I installed a Linksys E1550 wireless router at home and I moved an external storage drive from the old computer (soon to be gone) to the router via the USB port in the router.
I can see the drive and files on the router on both the old computer and the new laptop, but I can't do anything with them. When I look at permissions for any given file it says: "Everyone" has read and execute only. "root" has Full Control, but I can't gain access to the "root" userid. I have gone through the router setup and folder/file properties using the "admin" userid and the router acknowledges that it is there, but it won't allow me to add permissions for the "admin" with "Full Control" to any of the items.
It won't even allow me to add new files, even though I have setup sharing for the entire partition.
I may be replacing my e1550 soon and am looking at both the N750 and N900 class devices. While the EA3500/4500 seem to be a really good deal with a lot of bang for buck, I do have one concern...
As I have zero intention of ever using Cisco Cloud Connect, I would need to stick with the Classic firmware. While Cisco did quickly push out a solution to get the routers back to Classic after the initial Cloud Connect deployment fiasco, I cannot seem to find any commitment from Cisco to continue to support the classic interface (other than "“Cisco will continue to support both local and cloud management options for our customers.”). Even more disconcerting is that the current evidence seems to indicate that they are not. [code]
So, while I do understand that many of the updates have been Cloud Connect specific, some of these changes are in fact global/driver updates. As an example, according to the release notes, on June 25, 2012 the EA3500 CCC firmware v.1.1.38 (Build 138143) updated the WiFi driver, apparently the Classic never received this update.
I recently purchased a E1550 that works fine until I tried adding an external USB HDD for storage. The drive is a Western Digital 500MB drive I used to use for backups. Had no issues setting up the share and was able to access it just fine. But a few hours after hooking it up, my wireless devices could no longer connect and I could not access the admin page to see what was wrong. The E1550 was still pingable and my wired devices could still access sites through the router. Cycling power to the router did not work. What did get things working again was removing the USB drive (which killed all wired connections as well) and then cycling power. The E1550 was fine after that.
According to the Belkin support tech, apparently the weather (?) may have effected my Belkin Model F5D8235-4 v3 router. My wife pressed the re-set button instead of powering down which according to the tech set my router to reading zero (0).Belkin tech refused to tell me how to re-set the router unless I paid $75 for a six month support plan because mine expired recently.
Why My Belkin Router F5D8236-4 Ver 2 always rebooting itself. the router lamp is on and then the security lamp is on and then the router rebooting itself. this happening because im push the reset button. im already try to upgrade the firmware with recovering tool (Boot Loader / Tiny Kernel Version v0.02) from 192.168.2.1 but the problem still happening.
I can't seem to reset my switch and realized the reset button is missing/broken off. Is there an alternate method to reset the switch to factory settings? If not, how do I figure out the IP of the web interface, it is not the default.
Save and reset button is not working on Sys log Purge Settings page (Admin > Network > Purge Settings > Sys log Purge Settings) when Email: field is not empty. An Reset button is not working at all.This is the Cisco Prime LMS 4.2.1.
Is it only my LMS server or you all have this bug?