I have bought a new WRT54G2 router since the old one broke down. When I log into the 192.168...and click wireless, it takes me to this window that says Searching for your Client Device....If you haven't clicked wi-fi protected setup button please do so now. It's stuck at 98% and I click on the bottom middle button with the 2 arrows constantly and nothing is happening.
When the Wrt600N came out, it was said that the "Reserved" button would be enabled by a future firmware upgrade to support WiFi Protected Setup. Surely in the three or so years this has come to pass.Does anyone have a link to information on using WPS with the WRT600n?
I bought wrt54g2 several years ago and everything worked fine until this week. I got trouble with this router now.All the computers at my home couldn't access to this router even just connect to router's setup page at 192.168.1.1. The only way go to setup page through LAN Cable .I'm afraid maybe there's interference channel with my neighbor, then I did some change to router channel already, but the result same. I still couldn't access to the router through WIFI
Fyi, I did upgrade the firmware with the latest one and all the computers distance to the router not more then 5 m and in the clear area
I am using a Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router(Model WRT54G). I am trying to set up a desktop computer to have a wireless usb adapter running so I can connect to the Wireless-G Broadband Router. When I run the setup CD for the wireless usb adapter it asks me to push the Wi-Fi Protected Setup Button on the Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router.
I have looked at the Linksys router found an obscure button on the front with the Cisco Systems Copyright logo on it. I pushed this but the wireless usb adapter failed to locate the wireless network. There is also another button on the back of the Linksys Router that is a Reset button.
When adding a device that has a web protected setup button, can I use the web protected setup button on my Linksys E2000 router to set up the device even though I setup up my router using the Manual setup on the Web Interface configuration?
WiFi Protected Setup is turned ON.I would like to know if it is affected by the new disclosed vulnerability described here:[URL] Also, turning WiFi Protected Setup OFF may not assist to mitigate this vulnerability?
I am using a Wireless G Broadband Router. It is a model WRT54G2.When I was setting up the product for use, part of the process was selecting a password, which I did. After a successful installation, I started to use the wireless internet without an issue...My problem is that none of the computers that I logged on with require my entering the password. I thought that access was supposed to be password protected.
On Page 16 of my N600 DB manual it says that below the "Router Status Light" and above the "WPS" letters there is a "Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Light and Button". When I look at my router all I see in this space is a raised rectangular plastic strip. Should I have a light and button there?
I'm trying to configure my Linksys WRT54G2 router as my primary router and have my Actiontec just used for the my FIOS TV (eg VOD, widgets, guide). I've googled many HOWTO's on how to do this but I just cant get it working. So setup up will look like this in th end:
(DHCP Server) (Wireless) (Only TV) Internet >> WRT54G2 >>> Actiontec >>> PC/Laptops | FIOS TV -------------
how to set this up? I understand that the STB devices configured on my Actiontec routers is actually my TV receiver and currently configured with the following IP addresses:
I have a Linksys WRT54G2 V1 and since I bought my new notebook with Windows 7 I can not access the wifi. I have another notebooks with Windows Vista and a PC with Windows XP that connect perfectly, but with Windows 7 gives me error when loading the password.I Update the firmware to version 1.0.04 (this the latest version I found on the cisco site), but still don't work.I Try chatting with Cisco support and was told he was no longer under warranty.
I'm out in the middle of nowhere and just set up a few days ago a WRT54G2 V1 wireless 4-port router a family member had laying around. I had no problem getting it working and running. About an hour ago I noticed I wasn't picking up the wireless with my cell phone and went to check it on my laptop, I had no wireless connections available. It wasn't my adapter or anything since I know there are no other connections out where I am. I went to reset the router and found it had taken issue with that. Once I powered everything back on the router stopped responding and became "stuck" in an annoying state. It doesn't respond to the reset button, unplugging and replugging, nothing. Whether the internet was plugged in or not it will not move past what it's doing now.
My router has been dropping the internet connection for years. The ethernet connection to the desktop works fine all the time. The problem is only with the wireless connection. About every 1/2 hour or so the router will drop the wireless connection and neither or my 2 laptops can find the network. Unplugging the router and replugging it in solves the problem temporarily, until it drops it again. I updated the firmware to 1.0.4 and that yielded no changes.
Router: WRT54G2 v.1 Modem: Siemens Speedster 4100 (part #060-D141-A12) My two laptops running wirelessly are Macs. The desktop is PC running Windows Vista.
I try to connect my mac via WiFi I got connection timeout; with my android it keeps trying to connect without success (I didn't change passwords or anything these days).If I choose to connect via guest network everything goes fine.The only way to make it work as expected is to reboot the router.it's a X2000 with latest firmware (2.0.3)?
I have WRT54G2 router. All settings are more-less default and the behavior is following.You start up the router. If you do not connect wireless device within 10 minutes, then you have to restart the router.You have assigned IP via wifi, and when you connect cable device to the router, the wifi PCs are disconnected.
I just installed my Linksys E1000 and it seemed really easy. I allows the Guest Option, named the Network and put in a network Password. When I try to connect the phone, I don't get the screen on the phone that asks for the PW. I can connect as a guest, but it does connect with out even asking the guest password.
i have a E2000 rounter . It's brand new. But i can't setup to use wifi. the software cisco connect can't find rounter. When i plug blue cab from e2000 to my ethernet port on my laptop , icon's network appearen " limit ".
Model wrt54gsWindows xpI got the wireless network setup and password protected and my computer and phone can sign o the wireless network, but when I try to go to a website it doesn't work. If I connect te computer directly to the modem then it works.
My E4200 settings show both the 5.8GHZ and 2.4GHZ channels to be active, with SSID's displayed. However, when I look for available networks via my laptop(s)/tablets, etc, only the 2.8GHZ channel is visible. I've tried changing various settings and even updated the firmware but nothing has changed.
In addition my "guest" portal displays as not being password protected, even though it is setup for password protection in the E4200 menu.I've rebooted the router several times, but nothing has changed. The 5.8GHZ channel is not visible.The router is also performing frequent random disconnects, but that appears to be a separate issue, based on other posts.
i have a Linksys modem BEFSR81 v.3 and am trying to reset my wifi password for secure connection. When i log into the the admin page, to my surprise, I could not find the security feature to create WPA or WEP password. i'm stumped. This has never occurred to me before on this modem.
I have a WRT 54G2 v1.5. On the status page it shows the address as 127.0.0.1 subnet mask 255.0.0.0. On the setup page the router is setup to use DHCP, with an IP address of 192.168.1.1. I have reset the router several times and flashed the firmware (once) to the latest version.
I downloaded the firmware from the Linksys site. I'm using IE v9 on a Win7 Pro x32. I'm using the E4200 as an access point so DHCP is disabled, no cable in the WAN port.
I uploaded the firmware but it seems to be stuck for 30 minutes at 98%. I read some threads saying it takes a while, but I'm not sure if it is locked up. The screen says not to interrupt the process so I don't want to reboot/reset and brick the router.
I am unable to get my laptop to connect to the internet when my wifi network has any type of security option or authentication selected. i want to password protect my network and it shows that the network name and passphrase i selected are correct on the router setup page. I can connect to wifi just fine when there is no authentication set on the network, but when I change it to WPA2 or WEP or any type of security on the router setup page, my laptop is able to find the network and connect with local only access. it gives me the option to reset the network adapter or generate a new ip address, but the problem still persists, and the connection only works when there is no password. is it my laptop or the router that is the problem. it has worked previously with a different router with password security.
I've tried to upgrade/downgrade process twice with the same result. After few days without any issue 188.8.131.52204 gets stuck (=routing to internet doesn't work although I can ping from wireless network to all LAN IPs) and I need to reboot the router.
I have about 7 devices. Guest network is disabled, parental control is disabled, USB is not used, DHCP service is used, WPA2 mixed personal mode is used, MAC filtering is disabled, DMZ is disabled, DDNS is disabled, port triggering is not used. All the rest of settings are in default values.
As far as I notied the previous version 184.108.40.206146 doesn't get stuck at all.
I have a LinkSys WRT 160 N wireless router, the router just stopped starting abruptly, when i power cycle the router, all the 4 ethernet light come on, and that is where it gets stuck. I've tried using the reset button but there is no effect after i depress the button.
since last nite my router E1200 has been having speed up and down problems.first it goes to 150mb/s then back down to 1 for a few minutes, usualy its stuck at 72mb/s which is a far cry from its rated 300mbps but qi'd rahter have that than 1-2mbps.i'd be happy with 150mbps but that only lasts 5mins then goes down to 1-2mbps and i have to reset my connection.