A newer router that I got from a friend, a CISCO Linksys WRT310N, is not connecting to my XP computer via a CAT5e cable. It willconnect for about 5 to15 mins, then lose connectivity. Ihaven't tried with a faster CAT6, since my dog chewed through my other one,and I have yet to get a new one. I used an older NETGEAR B/G router and it worked fine.
After a power failure nothing could connect to the internet anymore. I called MTS (ISP provider) and they had me change some setup on my PC. Now my PC connects to the internet, but nothing else will connect (X Box, WII, iPods, Laptop). They were connected wireless before the power outage through my router. MTS said they are only responsible for ensuring their model works, not routers.I have checked some router settings. It is set for DHCP with 50 users.
(eth ports routing only) and a layer 2 switch into a cluster of two layer 3 switch clustered. I have looked at Cisco 3550 EMIs with HSRP but I would like to implement based on newer models of Cisco switches.
I just got a DSL Modem router (DSL 2750U) which has DSL input for internetconnectivity.My internet service provider provides RJ45 Cable which needs LAN input socket on a router for internet connectivity. How do I connect?
I am trying to connect a Netgear wirless router to my cable modem. I have followed the instructions on the set up wizard but it fails to get a connection with the IP and DNS info I provide.I got the IP address info by connecting intially direct from the modem to the PC and then went to Run CMD and type ipconfig /all. I then started the set up wizard and followed the instructions, turning things on in specific order etc. After input the IP and DNS info it reports an error and tells me to check the address information is correct.My internet is a static IP connection (so it tells me and the IP information doesn't change).
I have HP laserjet 4000 tn. Had an old router and upgraded to a new wireless router, when connecting it to the new router, the port I connect to has the amber light come on. I have reset to factory setting thinking it would reset and capture a new ip address. still giving me problems. try connecting it to my macbook pro and cannot get a "fix" on the printer either. I know it has to do with the configuration of the printer.
We had to send our Canon Pixma MP830 all in one printer in for repairs, and we have an mx870 loaner. The MP830 was connected directly to the desktop computer and to a lap top in another room via a dlink router. But we do not know how to get the lap top to recognize the MX870. We tried adding it and entered the name Canon Pixma M870, and the program does not accept the name.
One of our locations recently upgraded their VPN router from a Netgear FVS318 to the Cisco Small Business Router RV042
My location uses the Linksys RV042v1.2. We can't get the VPN to connect. The VPN set up screens are similar, but there some parameters that we had to adjust. The SA Lifetime parameter for the Cisco Router defaulted to 86400 Secs (Phase 1 & 2) The SA Lifetime parameter for the Linksys only goes to 28800. So we adjusted the Cisco RV042 to match out Linksys RV042.
That's the only difference in the screens that I see. The Cisco has additional paramters under "Advanced", but they're all unchecked by default.
When they shipped the Netgear FVS318 over to us, we get the VPN to function, however, the Netgear has a max throughput of 10Mbps. (we get 4-5Mbps on Speedtest.net). The RV042 gives me over 40Mbps (Optimum Business w/Ultimate)
I tried both firmware updates on the RV042v1.2 RV042 v22.214.171.124 RV042 v1.3.13.02
Any compatibility issues between the different versions of the RV042?
From an older manual it describes how to configure this. I installed the oldest firmware available for download and this feature is there. Was this just simply moved somewhere else in the newer firmware?
Configuring Port VLANs You can associate VLANS on the Cisco RV220W to the LAN ports on the device. By default, all 4 ports belong to VLAN1. You can edit these ports to associate them
How to connect my att dsl westell moden to my Linksys router. I am changing service providers from comcast to att. My router was working with my cable model but I'm unable to configure it to communicate with the dsl modem.
My internet provider is telus and they gave me a modem/router combo model VA-G3810bn/tl and another router a linksys wrt310n and i want to by pass the router built into the modem so my linksys will put out a signal instead as it is faster connection any im using windows seven and mozilla firefox if that matters
I am getting 22-30mbs down through my router wired and I'm only getting about half of that through wireless. Is this normal? I also have a question about the color of the internet led. The online manual says that it should be blue, but mine is green. All of the other LEDs are blue except the internet one. Not sure if that is an issue or not.
our WRT310N router does not retain any configuration given to it. When we reset the device, it goes back to its factory settings. In that state we can access the device (http://192.168.1.1), make some changes and save it. The changes include giving it a different name from the default, and setting a password for the connection. However, when we try to use it for our wireless network, we cannot connect to the internet. Checking the Connection Status in a Windows XP laptop, we found out that we have been given a gateway different from what we have set the device into and thus a different set of IP addresses for each of the device.
Also at this time, we cannot access the router anymore (via 192.168.1.1 or via the gateway provided) and thus having no choice but to reset the device again. We then reinput the configuration desired, save it, restart the systems (both PCs and router) but after a few moments (initially it retains the settings chosen) we won't be able to connect through the Internet and find out that the router has a different configuration again. We also tried letting the device "rest" but the same problem persists.
I have a Linksys WRT310N V2 wireless router. Last week it started blocking access to our family website. That website appears to be the only one that is blocked. Every other website we have tried works just fine. I have tried the following.Remove the WRT310N router and plug a computer directly into the broadband modem. After this everything works fine for the one computer I have hooked into the internet.Remove the WRT310N router and substitute an old Linksys non-wireless router. Everything works fine for the hardwired computers on the LAN. Again, not really an option, need wireless access.
Unplug the router and so a soft reset. Still blocks this one website.I have not done a hard reset to factory specs. I wasn't looking forward to redoing everything I had set up.I looked over every setting in this router and can't find anything that would cause it to block a web page. I am far from a networking expert, but most of the settings seem pretty obvious.
I have a WRT310N router and suddenly it stopped connecting to the Internet. I can't ping anything from the router page. I tried restarting it a few times, unplugged it, left it off for a few minutes, plugged it back in, upgraded the firmware, still not working. I tried another router and it works fine. When connected directly to the modem, it works fine, so the problem has to come from the router.
I can connect to the router through wired or wireless just fine, I just can't access the internet.
Which I have never done since my dad bought it a few years ago. Now when I try re-installing the Linksys software it gets stuck when trying to identify the network from the cable modem through the router. I've tried every reset feature there is & nothing has worked! I'm I going to need a new router?
I can't open a connection to eca-msp.crashplan.com (which is one of the data servers for the CrashPlan backup service).Symptom: "telnet eca-msp.crashplan.com 443" hangs, and eventually times out.
Works fine when I connect directly to my cable modem.No PC or device behind my firewall can access it when going through firewall.Other crashplan hosts (notably, central.crashplan.com 443) work just fine.And of course, every other https site I use works just fine.
I have a Linksys WRT310N V1.I am trying to connect this via PPPoE to another Thompson router/modem that has been succesfully switched into BRIDGE mode.The Linksys router is conneted via ethernet cable to an ehternet port on the Thompson router.The ADSL cable is pluggedinto the WAN port of the Thomson 'bridge'.There is no cable in the WAN port of the Linksys router.
The Linksys router is set up to connect over PPPoE using the username and password that was given to me by my ISPs tech support (checked and double checked).The DHCP server on the Bridged Thomson is set to ON. DNS is set to OFF.the DHCP server on the Linksys router is set to ON.
I've been using the WRT310N and noticed that the range is quite poor--I've noticed this in two different houses.I've tried using an old repeater but it is a G repeater so it seems to actually make things worse i.e. a remote device will work slightly better with an unrepeated N signal than a repeated G (router is a in mixed mode).
I accidentally flashed my WRT310N version 1.0 with version 2.0 firmware. After which the router was dead as a doornail.After a frustrating 3 hours of reading forums, following over 11 tutorials, and being 1 second away from throwing my WRT310N at the wall, I finally fixed it.I performed this fix on a Windows 7 32-bit PC. My provider is Comcast.Make sure you only have one ethernet cable connected from your PC to the router. The cable should be connected to any one of the 4 blue ports. I connected mine to port 1. DO NOT CONNECT IT TO THE YELLOW INTERNET PORT on the router.
With the router in your hand, hold down the reset button for 30 seconds until the port 1 light goes out then immediately disconnect the power while still holding down the reset button. DO NOT LET GO OF THE RESET BUTTON!WAIT 30 more seconds with the power disconnected. (Do not let go of the reset button)PLUG the power back in and WAIT another 30 seconds. After that, let go of the reset button. You should have held the reset button for a total of 90 seconds. This will wipe the router's nvram.Bring up the command prompt window that you prepared earlier. You should still see the ping command that you entered in Step 2. Now, hit ENTER to start pinging the router continuously. You will probably see a bunch of "request timed out" responses.Bring up the TFT2.exe window that you prepared in step 2. Press UPGRADE so it can begin communicating with the router. Make sure you set at least 10 retries.
As quickly as possible, go back to your router and HOLD the reset button and disconnect the power. You don't need to wait 30 seconds...5 seconds is enough. While stil holding the reset button down, plug the power back into the router and keep an eye on the command prompt and TFT2.exe windows.If the command prompt has successfully pinged the router, TFT2.exe will begin to flash it and very soon it will show a success message below the progress bar. If you still can't successfully ping the router, close and restart TFT2.exe using the same settings and try disconnecting/reconnecting the router's power again as mentioned in the paragraph above. You may want to try holding the reset button down longer than 5 seconds. I was able to get this to work on the FIRST TRY.Now that your router is has the proper firmware, go back to your adapter's settings (mentioned in step 4), delete the static IP and set it back to the default automatic settings.Plug your cables back in and don't forget to plug the ethernet cable from your modem to the yellow internet port on your WRT310N."Recycle" the power to your cable modem by holding down the reset for 60 seconds or disconnect it from the power outlet for 60 seconds.Reset your router by holding the reset button for 30 seconds.
I have a WRT310N wireless router (Ver 1). In the house we've got 1 macbook, 2 laptops running windows vista, and 2 desktops running windows XP.The original problem is that both desktops will not connect wirelessly. All 3 laptops connect but neither desktop wants to connect. Most of the time neither desktop will even recognize the wireless network. On one of the desktops we bought and installed a linksys wireless-n pci adapter. It was installed using the software that came with it and the drivers were updated. It still does not recognize the network or connect (obviously).
This has led me to try to upgrade the firmware on the router. The firmware version it is currently running is 1.0.4 (Jan 3, 2008) and I have been trying to upgrade to 1.0.7. I downloaded the firmware update from the linksys website. I accessed the router via my browser and went to the "Firmware Upgrade" section under Administration. However, the upgrade freezes at 98% every time I try.
I have tried to upgrade the firmware wireless, wired, and wired without internet connectivity and nothing works. Fortunately stopping the upgrade after the freeze at 98% has not had any negative affects on the router as it still works perfectly on the 3 laptops. I even re-downloaded the firmware .bin file before the last attempt and still nothing.The fact that neither desktop will connect wirelessly is baffling, but I don't know what to make of the fact that the firmware update freezes at 98%. I've looked for the intermediary firmware updates to see if I could step my way up to the latest update, but I haven't been able to find them.
I have a WRT310N router. I called the connection "Monica". Well... Monica doesn´t appear in my web and connection center. It simply doesn't exist any more, as if it was off, but it is on, all the lights are on. I checked de internet supply and it works. I don't know what to do..
I have a series of problems I think are due to my 310N. First, with Facebook, I will suddenly be redirected to a248.e.akamai.net., which Chrome flags as an SSL error. Second, with (and only with) NYTimes.com, I will get "file not found" (and no numerical error) when trying to retrieve an article (via Chrome). AND, again only with NYTimes.com, I will get high-bit ascii characters in headlines. For other sites, I will get "invalid url" messages on web pages. If I unplug the modem and let it rest for 30 seconds, that seems to solve the problem. I have to do this at least once a day.
More than once a day. I don't think it's a 310N problem; but I've asked about this on other forums and got no useful reply. Previously I had similar problems with my 160 router. So, it's not the router. HOWEVER, shutting it off works with lot of the problems. Right now, after shutting off the router and turning it back on, now Facebook just doesn't come up at all. No error, just don't come up. I can ping it.