Linksys Wireless Router :: Configure USB Dapter For WRT54G Network?

Jul 8, 2011

I've downloaded the driver for a tenda usb adapter.  What else do I need to do to connect to the WRT54G network? I'm currently connected via an ethernet cable. Running Windows/7.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: How To Configure WRT54G With DSL Modem

Jul 22, 2008

I have WRTG54G with 4ports and a internet port, i have a zoom adsl modemfor DSL i wants to share DSL connection with internet port on WRTG54G but i d'nt know how to do this

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Jan 2, 2013

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Dec 26, 2011

I recently set up a wrt54g router that I got used from a friend.  I pressed the 'reset' button on the back, configured it for my computer according to the instructions on the website, and everything worked fine for a couple of days.  Then I lost connectivity, tried powercycling my modem, but had to reset and reconfigure the router again.  Worked fine again for a couple of days, then the problem repeated itself, so I reset and reconfigured again. 

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Dec 21, 2012

Every night I turn everything off via power strip, including the router. Before I turn off the router, my roku connection is good.In the morning, the roku will work for about 20 minutes, then disconnects, and then I'm unable to find the router.I'll then need to reset my router's settings (I have the WRT54GS), and then uplug, and replug the router.It's important that I unplug the router every night.Is there a way to configure the settings so I don't have to reconfigure the settings every morning?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Wrt54g - Configure Firewall And Wifi Encryption To Maximize Safety

Mar 20, 2012

I am in a situation where I share internet access with roommates. We have a Gateway which is conected to the provider and which delivers ethernet and WiFi signal.
 
In order to isolate myself from my roomates and to protect my network connection, both wired and WiFi, I would like to plug in the Ethernet cable I get from the Gateway to my router, and then configure my router's firewall and WiFi enctryption to maximize my safety.
 
However, I am having some problems. I have already configured the router as "router" and not "Gateway" and I am trying to assign it an IP address different from the default one, which is the one the gateway has, and a ranger of DHCP IP's, also different from those of the Gateway. In other words, 192.1681.N.1 for the router and start from there.

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WRT54G Linksys Router Is Locked Can't Configure

Sep 27, 2012

My WRT54G Linksys router works with wifi and local connection but it wont let me configure to change it to PPpoe nor wont let me enable a wireless connection, so it's open to the public how do i get it to open it resetting it and holding the button on the router for 30 secs.

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Linksys WRT54G Router / Configure A Repeater For A PPPoE Connection?

May 3, 2011

I am using a PPPoE connection using a linksys WRT54G router (working perfectly) and am now trying to set up an Edimax EW-7206APg to extend my wireless connection range. I followed the instructions given on the Edimax manual, and while my devices (iPad, laptop) got connected to the new repeater network, I could not access the Internet from it. I may be wrong, but the instructions on the Edimax manual seemed to be for a DHCP connection. Is there anything different I need to do to configure the Edimax repeater on a PPPoE connection?My router IP ("Local IP address") shows 10.10.0.1 instead of the "192.168.1.1" that all the documentation online seems to suggest.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G - How To Broadcast Only One Network

Mar 3, 2010

I recently had trouble connection to my Linksys WRT54G router. However, in this process I had to create a couple of new profiles/networks/SSID or whatever they are called. I now have one functioning network, but my router is still broadcasting the other two networks. How can I get my router to only broadcast the one network, I am currently using? I erased them from Vista, so that my own computer does not automatically log on to the, but that is clearly not enough. Since one of the networks is not secured with a password (dont ask why), my concern is that my neighbours can access it. BTW, I am using Windows Vista on a Toshiba Satelite A200. 

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G - Can't Connect Mobile Through Network

Nov 18, 2012

I have a WRT54G version 3.. i have finished installed it using the web based set up but i can't connect my mobile through the wireless network.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Wrt54g - Setting Up Wifi Network?

Apr 27, 2013

I have the following equipment
E2500 wireless N router (2 of these)
WRT54g router (B/G)
WAP54g access point (B/G)
 
I am planning to set up a wi-fi network for a single story motel. It is C-shaped; about 300 feet along the longest side with "legs" of 120 and 70 feet. I have included a diagram that I drew for the person that will install it. Until now I have only used that single WRT54g in the office for the entire property and it covers about half the property (left side) but not well and with a dead spot in the top left because of too many walls to go through.
 
My plan starts in the office (bottom left) with a WRT54g connected to the DSL modem as it always was. That would be connected to one of the E2500s in the middle so it can cover the most area. From there two others would shoot out to each corner (the other E2500 and the WAP54g). They will all be wired together with Cat 5e "riser cable". The routers will be placed in a wide open attic.

1. Is this is a good plan for the size of property? I have heard that N routers have a range of 150ft in every direction so that's why I'm putting one in the middle. Keep in mind that while the attic is open and wood constructed, the walls between rooms are concrete firewall and they haven't been wi-fi friendly. Hopefully putting them in the attic takes care of this.

2. Does starting with a B/G router at the modem mean the N routers will revert to B/G?

3. What are the main settings I need to know about? What "mode" does each need to be set to?  Do they need different default gateways?

Can I use the same password/security for all of them? Should I use the same SSID for all?

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Set Up Laptop Computer To Network WRT54G V6?

Jul 14, 2007

Am trying to set up a laptop computer to my wireless network (WRT54G V6)

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Add WRT54GS V1 Into Existing WRT54G V2 Network

Feb 21, 2012

how to add a WRT54GS V1 wireless router (Router B)  into my existing WRT54G V2 Wireless network (Router A). The main router WRT54G V2 router (Router A) is located upstairs and is the link to the ISP (Internet).

- DHCP active

- Wireless MAC filter is enabled with only approved MAC's

- Wireless SID Broadcast is disabled
  
The secondary Router WRT54GS V1 (Router B) will be located down stairs with no Ethernet cable between the two routers.

- Will need this secondary router to connect to the existing wireless network Router A wirelessly.

- Will need to have internet access.

- Will need to have the wired ports to have internet access as well. Needed to connect the Home A / V receiver to update A / V firmware.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G - XBox Can See Network But Will Not Connect To It

Nov 29, 2011

Yesterday i was playing online on my Xbox 360, and was disconnected from the internet. I came downstairs to reset router/modem, once doing so i went into the router settings for my Linksys WRT54G. My modem by default uses the 192.168.1.1, so my router was 192.168.2.1... So i powercycle, log into router settings through 192.168.2.1 and start setting up my port forwarding for the xbox ports. Saved Settings, and the page would not load to say "Settings Saved". Closed the window and now my pc says no internet connection. I had to create a VPN broadband connection to even use the internet on my pc. I can no longer log into 192.168.2.1 for my router, nor can i access 192.168.1.1 to even get into my modem settings.. I'm using windows 7, and the automatic troubleshooting guide tells me to powercycle my modem. My xbox can still see my wireless network "linksys" but will not connect to it, even with the VPN connection i am still hooked though my router and modem.. Im afraid that my router just out of nowhere "died"..

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G - Network IP Address Fails

Feb 4, 2013

I am using Linksys WRT54G ver 1.05, XP Pro, DSL Modom & IP Address 192.168.1.104 Fails

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G V8 / Cannot Connect To Network / Limited Connectivity

Nov 13, 2009

I have been using this router fine for a year now.  Now I can only get on the internet if I am directly plugged into the modem.  It says I have limited connectivity.  My ISP is Comcast.  I have tried resetting the router with no luck.  I have tried to update the drivers but I cannot even log into 192.168.1.1.  I am in dire need of the wireless cpability.  When I go to the run command and type ipconfig it tells me I have no default gateway.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G - Computer Sees Network But Can't Connect

Aug 28, 2011

So I have a WRT54G router since a couple of years now.  Laptop (Win7 64bit), ipod, ipad, phones can connect to it without a problem, but new computer (Win7 64bit) can't.  I can connect the PC via ethernet without a problem though.
 
I powercycled my devices, I changed broadcasting options off and then back on, changed my security mode, tried the MAC Cloning (after doing the MAC Cloning, I lost internet connectivity even through ethernet), resetted my security settings, changed SSID, I'm broadcasting through channel 11 2.462.  I also tried deleting the HomeGroup
 
Important fact: the network is in the list of available wireless network, but Signal Strength is No Signal and I can't connect to it. My network adapter is ASUS 802.11n Wireless LAN Card, drivers are up to date. I've upgraded to the latest router firmware.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54g - WLAN Clients / Guest Network?

Feb 8, 2012

I have a wrt54g router and would like to separate the WLAN clients from accessing computers and servers on the LAN... in other words I would like to make it a "guest" network. I've put the router in "router" mode instead of "gateway". I just want to be sure if that is the best thing I can do in terms of turning the wireless network into an isolated one. 

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Linksys Wireless Router :: Wrt54g - SSID Does Not Show As Possible Network Connection

May 28, 2012

i have a linsys wrt54g router. my main computer is connected (wired) and works fine. until today my wireless devices were able to connect and access the internet using the router. now the ssid does not show as a possible network connection. i have unplugged everything, rest the router, checked setting, shutdown and reset every computer and all my wireless devices still cant locate the network connection???

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G - Lost The Lock Icon On Network?

Aug 23, 2011

My network keeps losing the lock icon that displays with the network name. I think this is happening with power shortages or outages.  I have checked the settings online and it says WPA Preshared Key.  Is the network still secure? I have a WRT54G wireless router.

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G / Setting Up E1200 As Extension To Existing Network?

Apr 20, 2012

I have a WRT54G that has served us well for several years, but I needed a network connection in another part of the house, both wired for TV, and wireless for downstairs.  So I ran an ethernet cable through the house and connected it to my new E1200.  It's connected to Port 1, not the Internet port. The TV plugs into Port 2, and my Apple TV to port 3.  So far so good, TV and Apple TV appear to work fine.   Wireless is where I'm having problems, the wireless signals between the two routers appear on Wifi Analyzer I'm using.  Both appear strong in signal for a second, then they disappear, then they appear again for a second, then they disappear.  So the wifi's signals appear, then disappear and this cycle continues. 
 
The WRT54G is setup with DHCP, channel 6. 

IP Address:    192.168.1.1              Subnet Mask:    255.255.255.0              DHCP Server:    Enabled              Start IP Address:    192.168.1.100               End IP Address:    192.168.1.149
 
The E1200 DHCP is disabled, channel 11, 20mhz.

Router IP Address:  192.168.1.2  Subnet Mask:  255.255.255.0   DHCP Server:  Disabled  Start IP Address:  192.168.1.1   (DHCP disabled)  End IP Address:  192.168.1.50  (DHCP is disabled)

I've tried both routers named the same, and then tried 2 different names.  I've rebooted them as well after making changes. 

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Oct 30, 2012

I have a Cisco network at my office and the router and everything is set up under my desk.I can use the internet just fine on my office computer but I am trying to use it on my laptop and login to the guest account .I ran across the Cisco Connect sofware and that I need it to find the password but the problem is I dont think I have a router or whatever it is that is compatible with this software I am using WRT54g wireless n router, the models on the site for the cisco connect are e series

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G Laptop Doesn't Get Error In School Network

Jul 2, 2011

I've tried looking for solutions on the windows seven forums and all over Google but none of them worked.The problem is, sometimes I get an "Unidentified Network, No Internet Access" error on my laptop (wireless). When this happens, the lan speed drops to 1.0 mbps and I get the "No Data Received" error when I try to load pages.My internet is on fine and my brother can access the internet fine on a desktop which is wired to the router and modem. My mom's notebook sometimes gets this error as well.
 
Is there any real solution for this problem or known compatibility problems between my WRT54G (version 1.1 I think) and Windows 7? Really need a solution to this, before I had to re-setup my whole connection, I didn't get such a problem. My laptop doesn't get the error in the school network either. 

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Linksys Wireless Router :: WRT54G - Cannot Print Network Settings (HP OfficeJet J3680)

Aug 29, 2011

I suddenly am unable to print the settings  on the My Network Settings. When I click on the print sign nothing happens - it does not register on my printer. I used to be able to do this. My router is WRT54G and my printer is HP Officejet J3680  All- in-One.

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Nov 25, 2011

Our wireless network has started to drop out periodically.  If we pull power and restore, the network immediately comes back up on all our our devices.  We have the WRT54G, and we have 2 PCs, 2 Macs, and 3 iPhones, and a wired home phone.  Normally there are not this many devices connected, but with everyone home for Thanksgiving and all these devices on the network we have started to see this issue.
 
Are there simply more devices than the router can handle?  Is one of the devices crashing the network for everyone?  What typically will cause something like this?

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Jul 30, 2009

I've been having a ton of problems with fixing my connection with my wireless network.  A few months ago, I lost connection on my desktop computer and I reconnected... however, it didn't actually connect.  When I hovered my cursor over the Wireless Network Connection icon, it just said "Acquiring Network Address" and never connected.  I got onto my laptop and did a quick search on the problem.  A few wrong moves later, and I couldn't even find my wireless network.
 
Despite all of my attempts at creating a connection, I still have no internet.  I've even tried plugging my computer into my WRT54G router via cable, and still no connection.  It's not the router that's the problem, though, as my two other computers and xbox have perfect internet connection. 
 
I use Windows XP, I use a WRT54G router, I have Mediacom high speed internet, and that's about all I know.

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Linksys Wrt54g V2 Configure As Access Point?

Nov 28, 2012

I dont really have the RJ45 cable, how to configure it as an access point wirelessly? I mean,just by entering the main menu with the default ip address.

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Jun 27, 2012

I have a Cisco 4200 Wireless Router connected directly to my cable modem. To extend the wireless range I purchased a Cisco 2500 Wireless Router.  As the house is "wired," I can connect the Cisco 2500 to the cable modem in a room separate from the Cisco 4200.  My question is how do I configure the Cisco 2500 to connect to the network and provide wireless coverage from both routers.

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Feb 1, 2013

The situation is Main house running Linksys EA4200, I have a garage apartment rental that is to far away to receive the wireless guest network.I ran a cat5e to the apartment, can I configure the EA4200 to allow the WAP54G access point to use the guest network? I want to prevent my renters from having access to the home network, but just have basic internet access separate/outside my network.

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Aug 4, 2012

I have had several Linksys and Cisco routers in the past, and I'm a network engineer.  My E3000 died after only 18 months so I had to run down and buy a new router, thus the EA4500.
 
I use the manual way to configure all my network gear.  Nothing on my network changed, except the router replacement.If I leave the router default address at the 192 range, DHCP will issue a IP address.  However, I do not use that range and after cdhanging the range, setting my start IP address, etc, I save everything and even tried rebooting the router to no avail.  The router will not issue a DHCP addrss if you change the default range.
 
I can manually configure my clients with a static IP and all is good, no issues at all.  I just can't get DHCP to work.  My E3000 was configured exactly the same way and worked just fine, well up until two days ago.I have tried upgrading to the latest router firmware, so I'm not on 2.0.37 and I did set the router back to Factory Defaults, rebooted, then configured it, and still no DCHP.

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Jan 6, 2013

I got error message everytime i try to configure home network defender and i tried to find the solution but no luck but everytime i click and enter my email and password i get this message, i bough this router recently and the only troubles i have is with this 

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Jun 16, 2011

I have a Sony Vaio laptop which has an Atheros AR9285 wireless network adapter. My router is LinkSys WRT54G. I have configured this router with an SSID and encrypted using WEP.I created a network using 192.168.1.1, saved the configuration and then exited out.This creates a network that Windows "sees" in the list of available networks. However, for reasons I cannot figure out when I shut off my Vaio (I thought it happened when I powered down my router) why my available network does not "see" the network I just created.Under "manage wireless networks" I can see my network, but on the list of available networks it is not there. I then reconfigure the router and the network shows up. I at first thought it was a router configuration problem, but it now appears to happen when I shut off the PC - almost like I am not saving my configuration somewhere

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Sep 5, 2008

I have a linksys system WRT54G at home. I had no problems with the Linksys router until about a month ago when I decided to make it a secure network. I run three computers of the wireless router (1 desktp and 2 laptops) Since making the wireless network secure I can not connect with my business laptop IBM Thinkpad X40, but thother e computers work just fine.

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