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All configuration can be done with the router GUI. Firewalls: Server Side
Having a server side firewall is the typical configuration on many systems. There is only one method for doing this, whether
you use telnet or ssh: map a port to be forwarded to the server in the firewall router. It is not advised that you use telnet
from the Internet for security reasons; that is usually why you have a firewall.Decide which method of connectivity will be allowed, and determine
what port you will use to forward to this service. If there
is only one server involved, you can use port 22 for ssh or 23 for
telnet and forward them straight through to the server. But if
there are several servers involved and they do not have public IP
addresses, you will need to pick different ports on the
firewall router and let the router forward those ports to the
different internal servers.
a DNS server stands for domain name service. The DNS server translatesnames from IP addresses. The internet sees IP addresses such as 18.104.22.168 but the DNS server provided by your ISP translates it for you into fixya.com. You should be able to aquire the DNS server information from your internet provider (ISP) hope this helps.
> Try changing and creating a new wireless network name.
> Try changing your security mode like WEP to WPA or vice versa..
> Try to update you drivers on your laptop then restart your computer before connecting to your network..
> Try assinging DNS ( Domain Name Server.) ask your router manufacture for the DNS that you could use.
> Make sure you typing the correct password for your wireless network..
> Make sure you disable WI-FI protected setup and on the router.
> Try to disable Anti-virus and Firewalls on you laptop.
Make the Ip address similary to the router, example 192.168.1.25 should work. SUbnet mask will then fill in automaticaly, just leave it then Default gateway will be the routers IP. 192.168.1.1 the dns server would be the ip of your internet provider. I would leave it blank at first, see if it will work then. If not, then ask your service provider for it. If they give u a number, then you will have to go into the router properties, and change the dns and stuff like that in there aswell. good luck
Check out your internet connection and its settings, whether it is dial up or broadband oriented. then you have to know about your ip address of dns server in the network setting places. you just ping the ip address of dns server following as...
go to start, then run and type "cmd", and it shows the command prompt. type as following format.
ping 10.10.10.5 and press enter key.. this is the sample ip address only. if it gets reply, your dns server is ok. you can use internet. suppose, it wont comes, ask your service provider or support for another or different ip address of dns to check it out.
Internet Connection Type: Obtain an IP automatically Host Name: linksys Domain Name: MTU: Enable Disabled Speed & Duplex: 10 Mb Half
Local IP Address: 192.168.1.1 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Local DHCP Server: Enabled Start IP Address: 192.168.1. Number of Address: 50 DHCP Address Range: 192.168.1.100 ~ 149 Client Lease Time: 0 (0 means two day) Static DNS 1: Static DNS 2: Static DNS 3: WINS: