If you are online through wired connection then unplug the cable from your computer to router and keep a minimum of 3 feets of distance between the router and computer (at times when very much the router there is a dead spot for wireless signal) and try connecting wirelessly on your now secured wireless network. I just bought a replacement router but I found this forum and followed all the steps you have given........it's perfect!!
when prompted for network key or wpa shared key box then enter your wireless password you had set on router. I wish there will be more people like you in this world. You must remember that some ISP can read the DHCP server of a router this after 4 computers Most block after 4.
Thats my major concern as I can run a G router for PC with same signal?
Any helpful suggestions please would be appreciated?
Additionally, the VOIP won't work with the security either. Still don't have the "reason" behind it, but started with us not being able to access POP email and certain web pages (we noticed it originally on our webmail logins ... Continued to get worse until nothing was accessible.
Multiple calls to our ISP (Comcast) got us absolutely nowhere. Hi, I have recent purchase of a N router Cisco which is Linksys N home router.
I had a similar problem and the solution was simple.
We have tried at least 2 other G routers, same problem happens too. Although I am not on Comcast, this completely solved my problem. My i Touch works fine and connects to the network, but the laptop spends forever trying to aquire the network and then can't find the ip.
Wasted at least 2 hours on the phone with very un-knowledgeable folks. Ok problem 1, and Q..WIFI on my HTC phone and Apple Ipod wont get a WIFI connection now on this router? Ok so is it possible to set this N router to run on G/B settings?
Id like to have a good signal everywhere but Id like my HTC and Ipod to get WIFI connection without signal dropping after one second?
Please try to reset your router and configure it once again and then is it working or not for more information you can visit on: make a call on their toll free Hi Lucas, You can first of all uninstall the linksys easylink advisor through the add remove program under control panel. Open Internet Explorer and in the address bar type 192.168.1.1 and press enter. Select the algorithm from TKIP to AES (this will enhance the wireless security of WPA).
In the WPA Shared Key type any password consisting of numbers and letters (minimum 8 charachters length and maximum can be 64 charachters..do not make a very long password that you would not remember). Now click on "Advanced wireless settings" (fourth and the last one) sub tab on top and change the Beacon Interval from 100 to 75. Unplug the power from the router for 20 secs approximately and power it back up (also known as powercycle).