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I have a Belkin wireless
Start by checking for "link" between the modem and wireless router. This is usually a tiny light built into the network port itself on each piece of network equipment. It should be solidly on if the link is good. If it isn't on, check that you have the network cables plugged in good and that the cables or connectors are not broken or damaged. If you have another network cable, try it instead of the one you were using.
If these steps don't help, you can try fully resetting your wireless router to factory defaults, then reconfiguring it again. Consult the manual for your brand and model of wireless router for this. It may also have additional troubleshooting steps.
There is a chance your wireless router has simply gone bad. I've seen new Belkin wireless routers for as little as $29, so you may want to go that route, rather than spending too much time trying to troubleshoot the one you have.
on May 19, 2017
I want pass to nat3 at nat2
PS3 And XBOX :: BELKIN
Step 1:Connect Modem - Router - Computer (Wired)
Step 2:Open Router Setup by typing http://192.168.2.1 on the address bar of internet explorer
Step 3:On the Left click firewall
Step 4:Leave the Password blank and click submit
Step 5:Disable it and click apply changes
Step 6:Scan and connect in the Xbox/PS3/Wii
Step 7: Get the IP Address of the Xbox/PS3/Wii
Step 8:Open Router Setup in the Computer
Step 9:On the left under Firewall Click DMZ
Step 10:Enable the IP Address of the Xbox/PS3/Wii in it
Step 11:Click Apply Changes
Step 13:On the left Under Utilities click System settings
Step 14:Scroll down to the bottom
Step 15:Enable UPnP
Step 16:Click apply changes
Step 17:Test the connection ,Check the NAT
If working then let me know
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If it is still not working
Open Router setup
At the middle Under internet settings check the WAN IP
IF it starts with 192.168. or 172.16 Then you will have to contact your internet service and ask them to bridge the modem
on Sep 26, 2010
I want to not be
Take whichever cable/wire that runs from your modem, that should be the first electronic device in the line from your incoming internet service, that would be the main line from whatever your source is be it phone line, cable, or satellite. Plug into the appropiate jack on the back of the computer.
Main incoming line/cable, ----->modem,-------> ethernet cable-------
on Nov 27, 2008
Can't use n wireless settings to it's full potential
Range (distance from modem/router to computer) is shorter on higher speeds -- N signals won't travel as far through your home as G. Walls greatly reduce range. Move the computer closer to the modem/router and see if you don't get higher speeds. Then you can decide if you need to relocate the modem/router closer to the computer. The question is, why is Wi-Fi speed important to you? Your G speed is already 10x - 20x your Internet speed. Wi-Fi speed only matters if you're doing a lot of file transfers between devices inside your network. You may be trying to solve a problem you don't have.
on Apr 22, 2017
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