I bought this router to temporarily replace my firewall while I wait for it to be replaced. We have a training center that when running full tilt, we probably have 50 devices trying to get on the internet.
I have a f9k1113 V1 or AC 1200 wireless router. I opened RDP - remote desktop to my home pc. Everytime i try to connect from the internet to my home pc the router reboots. I never get connected. It seems when the router sees that type of traffic it reboots.
add VDSL2 (Fibre broadband) support in a future firmware update to the AC1200 Modem Router - F9J1106v1? If it's not possible to have a single modem firmware that supports both ADSL and VDSL, any separate downloads for the customer to choose depending on which type of broadband connection they have?I am in the UK, my ISP is Plusnet. They use BT Openreach infrastructure. The currently supply the same rebranded Netgear router to both their ADSL and VDSL (Fibre) customers. The only difference being the VDSL modem has custom firmware flashed on it.
Access Control on an ac1200 does not seem to flexible enough to include hours from say 8pm - 6am. On my old Linksys I would simply have multiple entries for the same MAC address but this does not seem possible.
My Comcast cable modem does not have a 2nd port needed to connect my Belkin AC1200 wireless router. Is there another way to configure this or are my options to either buy a new cable modem or try to upgrade it through Comcast?
I have two AC1200 routers? how do i connect one ac1200 to another ac1200. Only one should act as a DHCP server and broadcast wireless; the other should be simply just a hub (vs. me having to buy a separate hub). What are the correct settings and connections?
I have a Belkin AC1200 Router. It seems working properly re Internet/Wireless connections. When I connect a printer (Canon Pixma MP500) through the USB port the (USB) light doesn't turn on, nor the printer is appearing on the "available devices" (Belkin USB Print and Storage Center).
I bought "Belkin N150 Wireless Modem Router" and while installing noticed that the ADSL slot is too short that does not fit the LAN chord, instead fits the telephone chord. How do I fit the LAN chord fit in the ADSL slot? Any alternatives? My ISP comes with a LAN chord and is connected directly to my PC.
Belkin Router N300 Model:F9K1002V2 apparently forces me to have specific LAN and WAN IPs that I have been unable to change.My ISP has been changing my IP and advising me that everything works without issue. It's true that my IP does change, but only if I am directly connected to my modem - I have a completely different IP. If my router is connected to the modem and I am connected either by Ethernet/wifi from the router, my WAN IP is displayed as my IP & the completely different IP is nowhere to be found.
The issue is that this WAN IP seems to have been banned on a game that I played on a daily basis. Game support has not been responding to my requests & I know my account on that game still exists because I am able to play it when I'm directly connected to my modem. Connecting with my modem is not an option, as there are others in my home that also need to use wifi.So, if it's not already obvious, I'm looking for a way to change my WAN IP ... without having to toss out the product and buy a new router - which I am seriously beginning to consider it.
Where I can find the change logs for the ADSL Firmware's.I realize each firmware comes with its individual bug fixes, however there is usually a significant difference between the shipped firmware and latest firmware available.i.e. the 877m is shipped with 3.0.14 and the latest is 3.0.33. We have a handfull of miscellaneous issues, across a variety of hardware and customers, and would like to scan through the change logs to see if any of these issues were addressed by a previous bug fix.
I hav bsnl broadband connection in my home.... I connected a tplink wired for browsing...I also have a belkin wireless router..... I connected those routers.... And only wired communication is possible
I have a Embarq 660 Series modem, but i wanted wifi. so i bought a belkin N300 wireless router this morning. And it won't connect to internet. I'm sure i've plug the cable in the right spot. And the EQ 660R ADSL router/modem is working. The belkin package came with a CD, and it's the setup program for the wireless router. but as it tried to form a connection, it said failed to connect to the modem. so does this means embarq 660 series isn't compatible with Belkin N300?
I have a Wimax internet connection via an ethernet cable from a small roof top receiver dish. Inside the house the cable (RJ45) is plugged into the POE slot on one side of a small electrically powered black box, and from the other side, an ethernet cable (RJ45), connects to my PC. I want to share my internet connection with my HTC mobile and would prefer to make use of an existing Belkin 54g ADSL2 modem/wireless router (Belkin F5D7633) if I can. As this router's incoming port is specifically for ADSL my internet RJ45 cable can not plug into it. I have been advised that I can still utilise the router part of the Belkin though, using my PC as an access point, by plugging the ethernet cable from the PC side of the little black box into LAN 1 on the router, then joining the PC to LAN 2 of the router with another ethernet cable.I did not alter the configuration of the Belkin at all (having reset factory defaults beforehand), mainly because although I could access the internet from my PC and my mobile, I could not access the IP address of the router, presumably because the properties of the local area connection on my PC remained unchanged with the IP address (184.108.40.206), Subnet Mask (255.255.255.0), Default Gateway (220.127.116.11) and 3 DNS addresses (18.104.22.168) (10.30.0.1) (22.214.171.124) as they were before hooking up the Belkin. The IP address the mobile received through WIFI on connecting to the Belkin was 126.96.36.199
I was not unduly concerned about not being able to access the configuration of the router as everything was working as I had hoped it would and even when I powered off my PC I still had internet access on my mobile. On rebooting the PC, however, I found that the router changed the DNS addresses on the PC to 2 only, both identical (192.168.2.1) and the IP on the mobile was allocated 192.168.2.2 Although I could still access the internet on my PC, I no longer had access from my mobile although the WIFI connection to the Belkin showed as being 'excellent'. When I did a 'repair' of my internet connection, hoping to revert to a fully operative state, the PC configuration changed again as follows: IP address becomes that of the router (192.168.2.1), Subnet Mask (255.255.255.0), Default Gateway (192.168.2.1), 2 DNS addresses (192.168.2.1) and the IP address allocated to my mobile remains (192.168.2.2) This configuration means I have no internet access from either PC or phone, but CAN access the router configuration. I restored a usable operating state by unplugging the power from the router, transposing the cables in the LAN ports on the router (swapped cable from LAN1 to LAN2 and vice versa), turned off WIFI on mobile and waited a minute or two. When I powered the router back up and switched on mobile WIFI again, everything was restored to the original working state and I have, once again, access to internet on both PC and mobile. It is very frustrating, however, to keep performing this ritual and I wonder if any of you more technically minded, know a way to work around this, perhaps by manually changing the configuration of PC or router?
Belkin N600 ADSL Dual Band wireless Router is terrible from my own experience and every article I read from other users on Virgin Media. At minimum, there is a cmpatibility issue. cannot find one article that resolves issues of wireless interuption, slow speeds, and disconnects. I'm ready to dump this 70 GBP device and spend another on netgear.
I've recently upgraded my internet provider to BT and received a BT Home Hub 3 as the new wireless router.Previous to this I was using a wireless Belkin G + MIMO ADSL router (model number F5D9630-4).There are places in the house where the wireless signal is very poor. Connecting to the internet using either of these routers is difficult in these spots. However, since the Belkin is now spare, I've been thinking about trying to use it as a low cost repeater (i.e. free) to extend the wireless range in the house.There are several good articles that I've found on this site which address the connection of two routers together (e.g. John Will's article on connecting two SOHO routers is a good example), but they rely on an ethernet connection between the two routers. Any way to establish a wireless link between the two routers to extend the range of the current wireless network.