I don't know how to access the router now to reset my system. My wired computer works fine. I have used this router without issue for several years. I used windows Xp and now I installed windows 7. After that i cannot connect to the router. I tried with 192.168.1.1 in my browser and with the setup CD. I just cant enter to setup the router. On the other computer the internet is functioning perfectly. I use the same cable, so the problem is not in the cables.
Firmware version is V1.0.01 b001 my WRT54GH has recently started to shuts off periodicaly without any reason. Will stay off for couple of minutes, then will turn ON again. In this period, On/OFF button has no effect.
have problem with WRT54GH, almost every second page after reload gets an error message: Error 101 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET): The connection was reset. Tried both on IE, Firefox, Chrome Tried to disable antivirus, no effect, the pages still load not all the time, firmware upgraded to the latest version. Before didi not have such problem with Zyxel W330EE.
I'm not able to logon to WRT54GH-SG over 192.168.1.1. I'm using correct password & have NOT forgotten. I'm hitting 401 page. The support rep told me reset the router which I do not want to before I explore any possibilities.
I've updated latest firmware & installed 5 pieces of WRT54GH at our building. Then I noticed each of them disappear from wireless connections list and IP scan list (no ping response). If they might not response to pings but they serve as switch without any problem, I mean there are no wired connection problems, they work as switch all the time. The problems are -again-
1-) Wireless lost and / or 2-) Ping response lost
Turning them off and on again will fix them. But I'm tired of bosses who complain about their faulty pc connectivity.
Don't they run 7/24? I tried to restart them on every 12 hours programmatically/remotely but it couldn't work.
Ive been using this router for about 4 months now. suddenly it wont let me connect wirelessly through itouch nor through imac. it says Unable to join the network "linksys" eventhough "linksys" is indicated to be an available WIFI network and that signal is full. Problem is still the same even after i reset the router a couple of times pass 30seconds, set the security to No Password.if i connect the router with a cable it connects seamlessly and allows me to go online.
I have a linksys WRT54GH wireless router running firmware v1.0.01 build 001.It's setup with DHCP.My desktop computer is connected to the router via cable.I also access the connection using my laptop, via wireless.The problem is that after I start using the desktop (wired connection), I can't connect from the laptop using wireless. It happens every time. I then turn the router off and back on again. After this procedure I can successfully connect from both the desktop (wired) and laptop (wireless).
I purchased WRT54GH wireless router back in 2009 and it was working fine except for past 1 month, wherein the Internet Connection was being disrupted 15 - 20 times in an hour. I thought it could be fault from ISP end; however after investigation by ISP we found the fault was not from ISP as, when Wireless was unable to establish connection with the DSL Modem it was failing but when tried to connect laptop with the DSL Modem it worked fine (Wired connection). I did try the Settings mentioned in an earlier post to change the UPnP and the Beacon Interval etc. This however doesnot seem to work as the internet has been disconnected almost thrice since then. (Approx. 15 - 20 mins). When the router is unable to connect to internet I restart the Wireless Router and the DSL Modem. After restarting, the Internet connectivity works fine.
Below are the Advanced Wireless Settings from Wireless Tab:
I just bought WRT54GH router. I have one PC (running Ubuntu) connected via Wireless.Every 5-10 minutes I get disconnected for a short period of time (about 10-30 seconds). During that period I am able to access router configuration page, but can't connect to the "outer" world... Surely it's not about my Internet provider, since connecting the PC directly to the Internet cable works fine with no "disconnections".
I was using a wrt54gh which is no longer in working condition.. so i bought an E1200.the problem i face is when i try to restore my new router which is the E1200 frm the backup file frm my previous router the wrt54gh which is saved in my computer i get the error message " THE IMAGE FILE IS INCORRECT ".
Anyone has a register of problems between a router WRT54GH and A495 telefone of Siemens?I mean they can be working in the same frequency, that´s why in some rooms I can connect my wireless network very well.
i am a using a WRT54GH linksys router.. which was working fine for a year.. there was thunderstorm and lightning a few days back.. since then my routers internet port (the first port which says internet in yellow) has stopped working..
I just installed WRT54GH and wireless was working fine, after almost 3 hours passed I lost connection with it.I tried to connect using wireless with 3 different notebooks without success. Just using cable it works.I upgraded firmware from v1.0.010 to v1.0.01 but still not working.
I have a WRT54gh, and the signal strength is extremely poor. Full strength at about 15 centimeters, Then drops to 50% at 50 centimeters. By 1.5 meters, the signal is extremely weak or not visible. Have updated to the latest firmware, factory reset and power cycled. There are no other wireless networks or devices that would provide interference Have experimented with channels, thresholds, transmit type, encrypted/open, intervals etc..No luck. Due to signal dropping off so quickly it seems like a transmit strength issue rather than an issue that can be solved in the menu. I'm wondering if there's a way I can console log-in to the Linux kernel and check the transmit strength and perhaps bump it up by a few DB? It's out of warranty so a solution involving opening the case is also acceptable.
In the company that I'm currently working, we have one gateway with LAN IP address 172.16.0.1 and netmask /23 [=255.255.254.0]. In this gateway, there's a DHCP server providing 510 IP addresses in its pool.
I need to substitute the server, replacing it with a RV042. This afternoon, when I was configuring this router, I noticed that it doesn't let you configure different netmasks, since it comes with some of them predefined [starting in 255.255.255.0 and so on], as shown in the picture below:
I need to provide DHCP for this /23 network, but it seems that DHCP field cannot assign /23 networks.
I would like to know how to setup QOS on the linksys EA6500 wireless router. I know about the media prioritization settings, however, thats not enough for me. I would like to setup upload and download speed limits for certain devices on my network, like, say 300kbps download for a certain device at all times.
I have a DPC3825 from Shaw Cable in Canada. I'd like to use my Airport Extreme as a repeater using WDS. I've clicked the checkbox for "Allow wireless signal to be repeated by a repeater" and entered my Airport's MAC Address, but my Airport Base station doesn't see it as a WDS Peer.
I currently have my wired cable internet hooked into my wrt310n. I have that hooked into a linksys 10/100 ef3124 switch. From there, I have cat5 run to the back of my house, where the wireless signal is weakest. I've got an E2000 router and would like to hook that in at the back of the house. What settings do I need to make in order to set up a completely new wireless network in the back of the house?
I recently wanted to try using the Google public DNS servers on my home network. I have a Cisco E4200 router.On the router's administration page, I set Static DNS 1 to 126.96.36.199 and Static DNS 2 to 188.8.131.52 and saved the settings.Even after rebooting the router, the Setup page shows the Google DNS addresses listed above, but the Status page shows 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 as being the DNS servers its using.
My house is a little too big for my WRT160N v3 to be able to get to every room, so i was wondering if i could set up my old WRH54G as a repeater to get that extra distance to get those last room on the network? if so how to set up the connection?
I am to play an online game called, "Super Street Fighter: Arcade Edition" and I am constantly getting disconnected. Currently my router is set to DHCP and I read and heard from other sources that a static IP is the way to go but I can't seem to get it setup when I follow youtube videos or read how-to guides.Which is the best choice for a solid connection? Port forward the ports need to play the game or setup a static ip or some sort of combination of both? How to setup a static IP with the linksys e4200? I also have a linksys repeater to boost the signal strength. Its the Linksys RE1000 repeater.Also, if you have any other suggestions that might be better such as leaving my router on DHCP and making changes somewhere else in the router configuration page (192.168.1.1).
I'm moving into a new house. I've purchased the E4200 and the WET610N so I can connect between the main house and the carriage house which will be my office. Carriage house is 60' away from the main house. I want to place the E4200 in the main house and will send it the broadband cable signal from the cable modem. I'll wire ethernet directly from the E4200 to the DVR for DirecTV and will use another output to distribute to other computers in the main house via ethernet switch. I will place the WET610N in the carriage house and want to take to output from the WET610N into wired ethernet switch(es) there for access to the broadband from the house.
I have EA4500 router that connects a couple of desktops in one room. I am having to setup another room for gaming for which I have another EA4500 router. I want to setup the second EA4500 uplink(accesspoint) as the first EA4500. I dont find any interface to do it. I am able to do it wired(by connecting the both the routers through LAN ports). but I dont want to run cable across the house. know if it is possible with another firmware. Or should I return this new EA4500 and buy another router?