No Internet Access - Setting Up Wireless Router?

Feb 8, 2012

Im trying to set up a wireless router in my dorm room. I know, I am not supposed to do that. I got it set up and everything, but still didn't have internet access.

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I have a small business and IT guy is on vacation for a few weeks.  We have a LAN network as well as a wireless router in the office.  We have one LAN port in our warehouse, but instead of running 200 ft of cable to the area where I need a connection, I wanted to use that port to hook up a WRT150 N Home Router as an access point to set-up wireless downstairs.  I have reset the router, but when I hook it up to a PC downstairs, I cannot even get a LAN internet connection.  I have shut everything down and rebooted, but nothing.  Our main router (WRV54G) is connected to the address 192.168.1.1.  I'm not sure how to install the wireless on the WRT150N if I can't get an internet connection at all, and then how do I change it to an access point.  I need to get this up soon otherwise I would wait for my IT guy to come back. 

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First my setup. I have; (a.) 3 desktop Macs and a Samsung TV hardwired to the four Ethernet ports and (b.) my Mac laptop accessing the router via Airport Extreme wifi. All are happily accessing the web.But I realize that the reason that "(b.)" is accessing the web is that I've changed no default settings in the router and, not only can *I* access the router via wifi, but probably anyone driving down the road or sitting out in front of my house can access the web via my wifi. And I'd like to change that.I'm *guessing* that the router settings i need to change lie in the "Wireless Security" area of the router? And it's here that I'm running in to a lot of "tweakable" settings that I don't understand.But let me give an example of what I would *like* to accomplish.

Let's say that there are 3 different laptops…."A", "B" and "C". All 3 are Macs and running Airport Extreme.Now, "A" is my laptop, sitting here on my desk next to the router. As i leave Airport always turned on, I want "A" to *always* have access to the routers wifi *without* having to enter a username/password, i.e. when i turn "A" on, it's wired.Now "B" might be the laptop of a friend who happens by the house and need access. They would need to find my network on their laptop and then i would need to give them a password to let them get on .And finally, "C" is the guy I don't know out in the street whom I want to *never* have access to my network.So my question then is, can I accomplish this by changing settings in "Wireless Security" on my router and how/what would I change?

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Due to the way I have my DSL and VOIP TA configured I need to be able to set the subnet mask in the Internet connection.  I am currently using  the  Static IP,  putting in an IP of 192.168.1.x  with the subnet of 255.255.0.0  when I try to do this it gives me an error saying that 192.168.33.1/255 is reserved for the guest network.  I am not using the 33 at all ANYWHERE.  If I change the subnet to 255.255.255.0  it will save but I can't connect to the internet with it.   My router I just bought today is the E2500   I have an old Linksys WRT model that worked fine with this exact setup for several years before it crashed on me. 

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[code]....

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My router was working just fine when a lightning struck. I cant seem to connect to the router's configuration page (192.168.1.1) anymore, All the lights on the router are on and I tried to reset it to default settings several times but still it wont connect. I tried it on a laptop but I still cant get it to connect. I can surf the net just fine when using the ADSL modem though. I can ping the IPaddress 192.168.1.100 but can't ping the default gateway which is 192.168.1.1. I also tried switching to another cable just in case but to no avail.

Here are some info:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
C:UsersMiko Luis>ipconfig/all

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setting up wifi network in my office. my complete set up right now. the main problem is how to setup my access points . Okay so here it is.

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I have a Belkin High-Speed Mode Wireless G Router F5D7231-4 and I wish to use it as an access point for my main desktop for my wireless network.

I have followed methods supplied by both Belkin and users and have had no success.

Instructions followed:

- Connect a computer to Belkin router using an ethernet cable.

- Reset the router to factory defaults. The reset button can be found at the botton of it. The reset procedure is given below

- Make sure the router is switched ON.

- Locate the reset button(inside a hole) at the back of the router.

- Use a paper clip, push the reset button and hold it for 30 seconds then release the reset button.

- Unplug the Power cable from back of the router and plug it back again and wait for another 30 seconds.

- Log on to router setup page by typing 192.168.2.1 in the address bar of the browser.

- On the left under wireless click on the option Use as Access Point.

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Every time the system crashes whilst applying the changes.

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May 31, 2011

I'm having trouble setting up a Cisco 2801 as an internet router between our firewall & our ISP.I've setup FastEthernet0/0 as the WAN port & FastEthernet0/1 as the LAN port.  I've setup a default gateway pointing the next hop (the ISP),when I plug in a pair of laptops configured to mimic our IP scheme, I'm able to ping thru, but when I put the router between our firewall & ISP I'm not able to get out to the internet (can't ping google)  I can still ping the next hop.,Our old router died, so I am unable to pull up its configuration. Here is the code I'm come up with so far.

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I have set up a home network some time ago, using a 4-port wired router. All four ports are in use, one of which by my own desktop computer running Windows XP Home, SP3.I recently received a new laptop running Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit). Because I can't afford a wireless router at the moment, I've been trying to set up my Windows XP computer as a wireless access point (using a Wireless LAN PCI card), so I can connect my laptop to it and share my internet connection.However, when I try to set up an ad hoc network on my XP computer, it doesn't show up in the list of available networks on my laptop, though it does show up on the XP computer, with the message that it's waiting for other computers to join.The same thing happens the other way around. When I try setting up an ad hoc network on my laptop, it doesn't show up on my desktop computer.

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I have never setup an wireless access point before and am having some issues.  I have a Linksys WAP54G ver 3.1.  A friend gave it to me and he said it was working when he pulled it out of his office.I defaulted the device and using the wizard have the following setup:

Setup:
Network:
Device Name - Linksys WAP54G
Configuration Type - Static IP
IP Address: 10.0.0.239
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0

[code]....
 
When I try to connect to it via my laptop I get the error: "Windows was unable to connect to XXXXX"

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Feb 7, 2012

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I have had trouble setting my WAG120N as router.

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Firmware Version :
ISP :

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