I've recently started having some odd issues with one of my computers connecting to the internet on my linksys wireless-n router from my pc. When I enter in the security settings correctly for the network I have setup here at home, it says "The wireless network security key is not correct."But I know it is, and I have confirmed on my laptop (which is using the correct settings and is having no issues at all, it's what I'm posting this with) the settings are correct. It has the correct 'Security type (wpa2-personal)', encryption type (aes), and network security key. I have restarted the pc computer and reset the router from factory settings many times, all to no avail. I've used several different linksys wireless adapters and usb slots, and it keeps on with the same issue. Kind of odd thing is, when I change the security type on my computer settings to wpa personal from wpa2 personal, and encryption type to tkip from aes, and enter the passcode correctly, it will connect to the network but with no internet access, local only. I've also connected to the wireless routers setup page (192.168.1.1.) from the laptop and confirmed settings. When I am able to connect from the pc when I change the settings and it gives me local access, I am still unable to the routers setup (192.168.1.1), so I dont know if I'm actually even connected locally when it says I am.Also, the signal strength from the network is Excellent (full bars).When I ipconfig /all ,media state is disconnected When I ping 192.168.1.1 , destination host unreachable, but received all packets with 0% loss.
I have tried Cisco presales but got bounced - go Cisco !So, i have a small customer who requires a single device which will provide .....
1/ Leased Line connection @ 10mb 2/ ADSL failover onbox (so configurable from CLI, unlike the 860’s which I see only have one ‘active’ wan port) 3/ IOS based 4/ integrated 4 ports (min) switch 5/ site to site VPN 6/ up to 10 x SSLVPN remote users
I did pitch in with ASA5505 with external ADSL router but he is “space-constrained”.It worries me when Cisco doc's say only one WAN port is 'active' - since it doesn't say the second port automatically comes up if the first goes down so I can't take a gamble on that being the case.
I am trying to assign a static IP address for network adaptor as i am going to be using it to install Active Directory on VMWare Worksation. I was told that if i went into Device Manager within my worksation then Advance > Locall Administered Address and set a static IP, when i install AD and it asks to whether set a static or dynamic IP it would continue the install process. However, after setting a static ip it did not, can somebody tell me how i can set the correct IP address for me to continue instaling AD.
I am trying to connect to a Security-enabled wireless netowork. I have the key. My problem is that I can't seem to figure out how to enter it. When I try to connect I open the "view available networks"window. I see the network name and it shows a strong signal (all 5 green bars).
i reinstalled Windows Vista using the disc that came with the Dell Inspiron 1525.I then went to the dell website, downloaded and installed the 2 network drivers. So now the internet works with a cable but the network card is still not showing up.How is the laptop still not recognising the wireless card? Are there any additional drivers i need?
I'm new to IT, and have been put in charge of managing our servers hile my boss is on vacation.We currently have a Sonicwall Network Security Appliance that handles our Firewall/VPN and have web content filtering set in place.I have a user who belongs to 2 CFS policy groups that we have set up. I've double checked with Active Directory, and he is a member of both groups.
This person SHOULD have access to Job searches/ and Restaurants,but receives a "content blocked" message on his browser.It appears to me that the settings in Sonicwall are correct, as well with AD member groups.
Having an issue with a Cisco Linksys E1500 on a home network. The device has a feature to provide a guest wireless network but the guest network can't get to the internet. A wired connection is fine, as is the normal wireless network but not the guest. The cheesy thing is, that it doesn't list an option for what type of wireless security protocol you want on the guest network. I'm assuming that it uses the same security protocol that the normal wireless network uses, but who knowsEspecially weird is that it asks you what password you want on the guest network but then the guest network show to be insecure when you try to connectthought maybe it was something funky with some of my configurations so I went ahead and factory defaulted it and just set it up with an insecure network for both the normal and guest networks. This didn't solve it. The guest network still couldn't get to the internet. In fact, the guest network can't even ping the router.
we purchased a new Toshiba laptop recently w/ win 7 OS and we cannot connect wireless to router using verified password. all other laptops, computers, LCD, etc. connect with no issue. we are using N response and WPA2 security settings. we have changed security from personal to auto with no success. we have also changed settings from tpik and aes - no success. we have verified the password several time to make sure and we also tried a friend's laptop running win 2000 OS and it connected perfectly with password. the strangest thing is that we managed to connect the new Toshiba wireless (secured) at our friend's house eliminating the thought of an issue with the laptop. we upgraded the firmware to the lastest version and that did not solve issue. the new laptop sees the network router and request password but, cannot authenticate to connect
I think I used an incorrect password during setup. When I setup the router, I was asked for a username with instructions to use my login ID (name@ISP) and system password. I entered the password I would use to get to my email, not the system password. How can I get back to that screen to correct the password? Now, I have no internet connection without disconnecting the router.
Laptop - Asus X53U Wireless Adaptor - Atheros AR9285. Spare USB Wireless - Edimax
A couple of weeks ago, my wireless connection was getting slower and slower. As one day it decided to get extremely slow, I decided to uninstall the wireless card via device manager and reinstall it. Once this had been completed, the wireless just stopped working. The signal bar came up with zero and had a big red X in it. It works fine with ethernet cable but just won't seem to work as a wifi connector.
I have reinstalled all drivers and everything is enabled. When troubleshooting, it comes up with a possible problem with driver. Once this has been resolved it is then a problem with the network. The router is fine as I am able to connect on every other device in the house. I even purchased a USB wifi adaptor in the event of the Wireless card packing in but this is still creating the same problem. I used system restore to roll back the laptop to a time when the wireless worked and it didn't seem to work at all.
I have a cluster of 5 AP541Ns. I accidentally started the auto update of IP addresses based on reduction of interference, and it changed the wireless channels on all of the APs. I disabled it, but he channel settings did not change.Now if I remember correctly, before making this setting, they were all on the same channel, 6. Should they all be on the same channel? If so what setting or procedur do I have to do to get them all back on the same channel? (do I have to manually set the channel?)
when I put in my WEP password for my wireless home network the Dell keeps rejecting it as not correct... it is correct.. i have 2 phones and two other PCs connected..why does it keep telling me it is incorrect?
I've recently upgraded to windows 8 and I've been having some issues with my wireless connectivity. I've narrowed it down to an issue with the wireless adapter. Specifically, windows doesn't seem to recognize my Intel centrino Advanced-N + WiMAX 6250 and instead installed drivers for Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6250 AGN. The correct driver is instead listed in "Other Devices" in the device manager.
Just inserted a new 5508 WLC into the network. We current have 3 4404 WLCs, and there was a need to duplicate, as much as possible, the configurations on the 4404s, and the design. The 5508 came online as expected. We moved a few access points over to it. The APs got the correct address range. The clients are expected to get addresses in the same scope range as the APs. However, the clients are receiving addresses in the management IP scope.I know there are two "not a good way to do it" in here. Why is the management address range in the DHCP scope, and why are the clients using the same scope as the APs. We are going to change that. For now, the AP and client in the same range has been going on since we rolled out wireless in 2006.The 8 ports on the 5508 are configured for LAG. There is no dedicated port for management. They tell me not to do that on a 5508.
I'm trying to access the web setup page and I'm being asked for the user name and password. I have the password from the initial setup written down but apparently didn't also record the (changed) user name. It's not "admin" (tried that - and just leaving it blank - already).
Is there any way to recover the correct user name short of resetting the router and setting it up again from scratch?
I can't find the correct driver for Belkin F9L1101 Version 1 USB Wireless adapter. When I went here [URL] and installed the software my Windows 7 Pro w/64 bit does not recognize the adapter. When I go to Device Manager it does see the Belkin under other devices. When I choose the folder the drivers are located /program files (x86) it says it can't find the driver in that location.
I read the manual and went on the different options on [url],,,.1 and as far as I understood to set up a wireless password you need first to select WEP or WPAx. I did not see page 63 from the manual Section 4 Security "Enter a password between 2-20 characters. The router will generate a passphrase or key based on your password."
My Toshiba laptop running Vista as an operating connects just fine to the wireless network at my house. However, I will soon be house-sitting at a house that also has security-enabled wireless available. I connect just fine at my house, but whenever I put in the password at their house it says that that it cannot connect because of a timeout. I can't figure out what the problem is, because I recently went to the public library that has wifi and got on just fine. why in the world it will not connect to this specific wireless router??
I just hooked up my wireless internet yesterday and I wanted to lock it so no one can use it like the neighbors and when I click on it just now, it asks for the network security key and cant find or even remember and dont know what this is?
It has been about a year since I last installed my wireless router, and I am adding a new laptop to the house. I cannot recall the password or username.When I click on the device icon on the main computer, it requests that I enter username and password. Both of which, I no longer know.
How do i find the network or security key? how do i work this thing? ive tried for 2 days on my own just not quite sure how it all goes.ive heard others say that sometimes the key codes are printed on the backs of the routers? is this true? if so, would it be under another name?