Linksys Wireless Router :: E900 Yellow Triangle Icon Indicating No Internet Access
Jul 8, 2012
I just recently bought a linksys E900 wireless-N300 Router. I installed the software on the disc and followed the on screen instructions. When I attempt to use an ethernet cable as I did with my last router, it won't work. I get that yellow triangle icon indicating no internet access. I tried using a wireless hub to connect wirelessly...I connect, but no internet access. My PC knows its there, suggests that I reset the modem, doesn't work.
I think my computer is infected with malware right now. It is heating up quickly and I'm seeing ads in text in websites that don't do that (cbc, reddit, wikipedia).I had this issue a couple of months ago but Spybot seemed to fix the issue.Recently I noticed my computer was heating faster (and hotter) than usual so I ran a search and it said no threats were found. Not too longer after I start noticing the ads again so I know there is a problem. I have ran the search twice since then and still nothing. I was advised to use ccleaner,malwarebytes, and Super Anti-Spyware. It removed one other threat but the problem was still there. I then started using combofix, but I did not like the look of it so I stopped that scan. It seemed a little sketchy.
My old laptop (the one I'm on now) and my girlfriend's laptop work fine. I connected it with the Ethernet cord and that didn't change anything.I have Windows 7. It's on a 2010 Samsung (I'm not very tech savvy so I'm not sure about all the other details). I primarily used Firefox, but I just switched to Googlechrome this week (well after the problems began).
I am frequently disconnected from the internet, I would say about every 30 minutes.. In the bottom right of my screen where the internet connection thing is it has a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark on it and says "no internet access"
Where internet connection strength is shown in main screen there is a yellow triangle with a black exclamation Mark in it covering the signal strength icon. I have tried contacting my Internet provider who could not fix. They have sent a new modem but still same issue on pc. I have several games consoles and also have an iPad and iPhone and Internet is working on these however my neighbour tried to use her laptop in my house and has the same issue.
I have an HP Pavilion PC and am running Windows Vista. My browser is IE. Recently, I have noticed a RED X over the wireless icon on the lower right section indicating that I am not connected to the internet however, I am. In the last couple days my connection has actually started dropping off while in use.
I'm having problem with the router WRT54G2, My laptop - winodws 7- connetcs to the wireless.Then it asks me if I wanna configure the router I saw yes, I give a name to the wireless connection and a password, everything works and come to the end, after that I connect to my wireless connection and a little yellow triangle appears -down right on the signal bar. I resetted the router already and update the firmware.Still won't work. I thought maybe I need to put a static IP but I won't find the DSN Code.
I have several E4200 routers deployed in our library district. In one branch, we have been having sporadic problems with computers not being able to maintain a connection. Typically the computer will connect and then the connection will drop and Windows will display the yellow error triangle on the wifi signal strength display.I have swapped the router with another brand new E4200 with the latest firmware but am still having this problem.
Ok BEFSR81 (192.168.1.1) is connected to the Modem. I have a cable from one of the BEFSR81's LAN ports going to WRT54G (192.168.2.1) WAN port. My computer is connected to the BEFSR81. I can not access the setup page (http;//192.168.2.1) from my computer, maybe I am not suppossed to be able to do that. The Laptop sees a Linksys wireless connection, but there is a yellow exclamation point over it.
It has been 4 months my Router " Wag 120n ". The Router Gives Me A yellow Sign on the network Icon Sying " No network Access " and the wireless Led is blinking with 1 sec interval So
- I cant open Router's Home Page - there is No ping to 192.168.1.1 " General Failure or Host unreachable " response - The Only way to get connected again is to replug the router from electricity , it works normally for 5 min and the Yellow Sign shows up again
the Solutions I Tried to fix that up :-
1) Hard reset the 30/30/15 reset 2) Firmware re-flashing 3) Trying an old firmware 220.127.116.11 instead of 18.104.22.168
but nothing of those worked the Only thing that worked for like 20 min the firmware upgrade but after that the problem came up again the problem happens to all Computers on the network wired or on wireless happens on all kind of operations systems win7, xp, vista, (Android for mobiles).
My laptop, which is a gateway, not sure which type but it's relatively new. just a few years old maybe 5 at the max? idk tbh. Anyways when my mom first gave it to me it had an internet problem. Said limited connectivity and would not connect. Someone told me to restart the computer and the internet magically started working again. It didn't work this time.
I am getting a small yellow icon in my wireless settings that suggests that there is no internet connectivity even when I do have the internet. It comes when i disable and enable the wireless adapter or when its left idle. My ipconfig and DNS settings are fine.
Just bought a new Cisco e1200 router last week. When i first hooked it up, it was giving me extremely low (significantly lower than my old router) downloading speeds. After switching the networking mode from "mixed' to "Wireless-G only", the speeds went back to normal. I tried "Wireless-N only", but it didn't work after that. Seemingly, my computer does not work with Wirless-N?
It's been running okay now, but 2 things happen occasionally: When playing a game, I experience lag for a period of 5 minutes, or sometimes 20 minutes. It goes away on its own. Never happened with my old router. When surfing the internet, pages will refuse to load. The connection bars shown at the bottom right hand corner of my computer display a yellow triangle with an exclamation point. This goes away on its own after about 4-5 minutes. These problems come randomly every 3-4 or days, maybe a bit longer.
I have the M2N32-SLI Deluxe/Wireless Edition motherboard with onboard wireless. I built this computer myself. I did a fresh install of Windows 7. I installed the wireless drivers from the asus website by putting them onto a flash drive from my laptop and installing them on my desktop.On my wireless signal, I get the yellow triangle with a ! in the middle. Nothing else has been installed. I am at a loss of what to do to get rid of this and just get my wireless to work. We have 3 other laptops and one other desktop that work fine with no issues, but this one desktop seems to have problems.
I can't connect to the internet using our wireless router. The signal is excellent but there's a yellow triangle with an exclamation point. It says that there is limited access. I tried resetting the router, checked all the plugs, restarted my laptop., all to no avail. I tried connecting using my phone, and I can go online so the problem lies with my laptop.
I checked my device manager and under Networks, the 6TO4 adapters has a yellow triangle with exclamation point. With a code 10 error. I tried to run 'check for solutions" but I can't connect to the internet. Using my phone, I saw websites dealing with the same problem. I uninstalled all the 6TO4 adapters along with the isatap adapter because it also has the same problem except that it's reporting error 31. Then I restarted my laptop.I can connect to the internet but only through LAN. I still can't connect through my wifi. I tried to reinstall the 6TO4 and isatap but it still shows the same message.
I tried to plug in the internet cable in my laptop i kept getting that yellow triangle with an exclamation mark on it (down in the right). i kept plug in and out the cable until i got connected. i use a cable/dsl router, having 2 computers connected in the same time. only mine gave this error, as the other ran perfectly in the meantime. what seems to be the problem? a virus/trojan?
I can find and connect to the wireless network in our house, but it has the yellow triangle with an exclamation mark. My housemates are on the internet fine on their laptops and my xbox live is working, so it's clearly an issue with my laptop. My laptop's internet evidently works with an ethernet cable too, but I can't just go through an ethernet cable all the time since the router is in a housemate's bedroom.
I bought the Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 router this evening in the hopes of hooking up my laptop to my apartment complex's wifi. I'd been previously using an ethernet cable to connect to an outlet which is also the cable connection for my television. I followed the instructions from the CD included, and I was able to successfully connect to the router, but it "cannot determine if I am connected to the internet." I added the device and MAC address to my wifi service account, and still no luck. I've tried connecting the old ethernet cable from the outlet I've been using to the router in one of the ethernet slots, with the provided ethernet cable being connected to my laptop and the 'internet' slot on the router. No internet connection. The recommendation is to "unplug the power cord from the DSL modem." I unplugged the power cord, waited, plugged it back in. Still nothing.
I just recently purchased comcast internet today and self installation kit that came with the modem and all..... got it all set up no problems activated did speed test directly from cable modem to laptop computer wired and was getting 10mbps down and 3mbps up well went out and bought a linksys e900 wireless router.... connected it no problems... however my laptop wireless and phones connected to the router with speedtest is only getting 300kbps down average!!! but the upload is still 3mbps.
I have an E900 I replaced an old Airport Extreme with. The reason was for increased download speed. The Apple router I used saw my work network and I could access files and printers; no changes to my Mac were necessary. It worked out of the box. The new Linksys has Internet connectivity but will not see my work network at all. I have looked into the old settings and cannot figure out how to make the new router see my network. I called Linksys but no dice. What settings need to be changed to see the work network? It is connected to the same ethernet cable as the other router that worked fine.
i connect to the internet using wifi and the 5 bars slowly come up in the lower right and say i am connect but over the top of the bars i get wireless icon with yellow star over it; so whats that all about and how do i fix it nothing should be overlaying the 5 bars ?
I am using a Sony Vaio with the following Configurations Win 7 Professional 64 Bit SP 1 The Wireless adapter is Intel Centrino N 6230 with the drivers updated The LAN adapter is Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller
This laptop is pretty new and I had been experiencing some problems with Wifi and LAN connectivity to internet.
Initially there was a yellow mark over network icon but it allowed me to access Internet. I was not bothered then..Offlate this has turned ugly. The yellow icon would not allow me to connect to internet through wifi or LAN
Sometimes LAN would connect but now a days connecting to wifi has become a real task with most of the time having to trouble shoot the connection.
Troubleshooting gives me different suggestions which are as follows
a) DHCP not enabled over wireless networks....Trying to repair the same does not work
b) Your computer seems to have been configured properly.
c) Troubleshooting cannot solve the problem
I cannot connect to wifi in office and home. I had mcafee before but removed it completely using mcafee removal tool..
I am currently connecting my PC to a mobile phone as a Wireless Access Point to give that PC access the internet. I also have a small home network, with one other PC and a Game Console. I own a Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router. My problem is this. How do I share that internet connection with the rest of the home network?To the best of my knowledge its not possible to connect my mobile phone directly to my Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router.
So my alternative idea is to connect to the internet via one PC, set up that internet connection as "Shared." and then allow the other devices on the home network to connect thru this. My question is how do I set up my Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router to allow my other PC and game console connect to the internet? Bridge Mode? PPPoE?
My EA4500 is not working. The power indicator light is on but the green and yellow lights on the Internet port are not flashing and the modem the EA4500 is connected to show no activity on that port. Also, the EA4500 is not broadcasting so I can't even connect to it to use Cisco Connect to troubleshoot. I tried resetting it but it did nothing. This has happened before but is usally fixed with a reset.
I am currently having problems connecting to my apartment internet through my Linksys E900 router. This problem occurred at random as well, I went to bed one night and I was connected with zero problems and when I woke up it no longer worked. It has been like this for a week now and I feel like I've tried everything, including buying a new Netgear router which didnt work either.Some basic info:
- Router is a Linksys E900 - My apartment complex provides free internet through Pavlov Media - I can connect to the unsecured Pavlov wireless with no problem - Before it stopped working, I had simply set up the router by plugging it into a wall ethernet jack and running the setup disc. This no longer works, it will set up the network but then I receive an error stating it is unable to connect to the internet.
I would like to configure my PC to be able to use wake on LAN/WAN mainly for power issues, so I don't have to have it on all the time to access anything I need. I bought a Linksys Cisco E 900 2 weeks ago. Now I am getting really frustrated since as far as I know I did configure everything needed for it but it does not seem to work nor through WAN or even in LAN.
What I did so far is:
1. In my BIOS I could not find a seperate wake on lan option under power management but I did find a "Power on by pci(e) device which I have enable.
2. I have a built in Realtek Ethernet card on my motherboard. In the setting I: Shutdown wake on lan - Disable Wake on magic packet - Enabled Wake on pattern match - Enabled Also the option to allow this device to wake up the computer using magic packet is also ticked.
3. I use Windows 7 and have installed and started Simple TCP/IP Services
4. I opened up UDP port 9 in Windows Firewall
5. I have set single port forwarding in the E900 to my reserved IP for both TCP and UDP port on port 9 and just in case port 7.
After all this it is not even working inside my LAN. Also I tried a port scanner and checking for open ports and UDP port 9 doesn't seem to be open. Why is that? Did I configure something wrong in the router?
I have a Comcast modem, DPC3008 and a Cicso / Linksys E900 wireless router. When I connect my computer to the modem directly, it works great. when I use the router, I cannot conect to the Internet. The router is configured to use DHCP but on the status page, I never get an IP address. I have tried to release / renew the IP address from the status page but no luck.
I am currently using an E900 wireless router. The router is on the second story so I have to use a wireless router booster to enhance the signal strength. I have been using the booster for well over a month with no issues whatsoever; however, tonight I attempt to get onto World of Warcraft and I keep getting disconnected every 5 minutes. After I run the diagnostic it fixes the problem and says that the "default gateway not available". I tried restarting the router, restarting the booster, unplugging the wireless adapter, checked the firewall, and also restarted my computer.
Just purchased the E900 and set it up yesterday. I was able to connect to my laptop off of my main computer. When I went to setup my wifes computer I get a message from the easy connect that cant connect to the network. Her computer has a Lynskys supper boost wireless adapter on a usb port