• cisco 2950 configuration

    Hi, I have got a really stupid question to ask. I am running a small wireless internet service, about 20 customers so far. I'm using 4 access points to send out my signal. My input is from a t1 line into a cisco 1841 router. Here is where my problem starts: I've been using soho dsl router/switch ...

    Edcockrell35 pointsBadges:
  • Daisy chaining Wireless Routers

    How do I daisy chain another wireless router to my existing network?  I am an ATT consumer and have just got a new wireless router with an upgrade from DSL to the Fiber Optic feed.  The new router continuosly goes offline approximately every 3 - 4 days and I have to unplug the power supply and...

    BznTrbl5 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless interference

    I am having really bad wireless problems. The signal drops unexpectedly. There are a lot of wireless routers in my building and it might be interfering. I see that I can change the wireless channel. How can I tell what channels the other routers are on? I am using a PC laptop with 54g wifi.

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • Wifi/client-bridge/subnets???

    Ive got the basics on home networking down pretty well but when it comes to subnets, I get lost. Here's the scenario... WWW--> router 1-->gateway 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0, wireless G AP, set to auto dhcp, max 50 clients, and has 2-3 hosts (2 cat5, 1 wifi) set to auto config dhcp. Lets call...

    Contrive5 pointsBadges:
  • Changed wireless router affecting printing

    Hi, please help me, i changed my Dilink wireless router & ADSL modem. I bought a new modem intergrated with wireless router. My all nertwork pc hug when i send a  a document to a printer takes very long to open a printer dialog box.(abt 10mnts)Kindly if you can advise me what can do! i would...

    Esk145 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless traffic jam with Cisco E1000

    I have 3 Cisco E1000 wireless routers units (being used as AP's only) covering a portion of a theme park.  Coverage is good.  Not too far away from each other.  During the day, the AP's work normally and allow connection to laptops and smart-phones with out any problems.  At night, the IP...

    Lardog35 pointsBadges:
  • DAP-1160 wireless G Access Point problem

    I Have DAP-1160 wireless G access point. Why the STATUS led is not blinking? My pc won't rekognize it. it worked befor reseting, after that the STATUS led does not blink.Not even when it;s connected to the pc. What is the problem? Can this problem be solved? Please help

    DeNashH5 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Routers with Static DHCP settings?

    We have an internal wired network that DOESN'T use DHCP. Client machines have their IPs set uniquely & their gateway & DNS settings pointing at a proxy server that gives internet access. I need to add wireless capability to this network. So the access point has to be able to have a hardwired IP,...

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Adapter disconnects?

    My Wifi often disconnects or turns off for no reason and it just started to happen for about a week. I haven't changed anything on my laptop but it just disconnects. Right now I have to use a cable to use the internet. How can I fix this?

    Lilbabygldnrtrvr10 pointsBadges:
  • Resetting wireless adapter

    Why do I have to reset the wireless adapter on my laptop when the other 3 computers using the same router never do ?

    Zen9sushi5 pointsBadges:
  • Using wireless router stand alone

    Once I have configured my wireless router with a network connected desktop, can the  wireless  router be run stand alone and utilized only  with my laptops that are prewired with wireless?  The desktop will be disconnected.

    Geeeceee5 pointsBadges:
  • Measuring a wireless router’s signal strength

    How can you measure your wireless router’s signal strength? Can it be boosted? And what router has the best signal strength right out of the box?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Router

    I have a Linksys wireless G router connected to a cable modem. In my home I have a desktop computer with a USB Linksys wireless external card connected to it. I also have a Toshiba laptop with an internal wireless card. These both talk to my router and can get to the internet but it is an unsecured...

    JimR JDEWorldA9115 pointsBadges:
  • Wired router connected to a hub?

    Can a wired router be connected to a hub? this was a trick question on job interview.

    Spock12035 pointsBadges:
  • wireless router as hub…

    I use a wireless internet connection in the next office over.  I have a router to connect 3 PCs in my office on a small wired net.  The router also has wireless capability.  Is it possible to use the wireless side of my router to link into the next router over, making mine just a hub and...

    Etfjr5 pointsBadges:
  • Problem Accessing Web Server via HTTP After Changing Wireless router

    Hi there, I have query regarding a wireless router. My internet connection setup consists of an ADSL modem (D-link DSL-320T) connected via an Ethernet cable to a wireless router (D-link DIR-615). My network appliances in turn connect to the router wirelessly. Originally, I had the modem connected...

    Bladerunner8315 pointsBadges:
  • Need a stable wireless router – what one to get

    I currently have a D-Link WBR-2310 serving as the outside router for my network, and it likes to reboot irregularly. Sometimes it reboots a couple times a day, causing disruptions for our users who complain mightily. I've updated firmware to the latest (v1.05) and it continues to reboot...

    Fishmahn55 pointsBadges:
  • wireless network extention

    Linksys N wireless router, have 54g/B range extender, still have one bad spot...use another router, another range extender or a wireless access point

    Cherrioman25 pointsBadges:
  • Benefits of wireless router upgrade

    What are the benefits of upgrading my wireless router to dd-wrt open source firmware? Is it true I can boost my signal? Is it safe? Is there a chance I can brick my router?

    ITKE346,360 pointsBadges:
  • Opposite of a Wireless Router to act as a switch

    I need the opposite of a Wireless Router. I have a wireless network set up, but My pc workbench is across the room and I how have a cat5 cable running across the floor into a switch that I can then connect to the wired desktops that I am working on.   I would like to have a contraption that would...

    Woeisme5 pointsBadges:

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