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Should I buy the Belkin N300 Surf or the Cisco Linksys E1200? 

by on January 27, 2012

Q: hey i’m looking for a wireless router for home use which can provide great coverage and speed….BELKIN N300 SURF OR CISCO LINKSYS E1200……i m confused….

 
 

How do I configure my new laptop to work with my linksys wireless router and make sure it is encrypted? 

by on December 28, 2011

Q: I have a linksys wireless b router. I just got a new laptop. How do I reconfig router to allow new computer to be host and encrypt router.

 
 

Is it possible to use a Linksys WRT54G for client mode and access point mode at the same time? 

by on September 26, 2011

Q: I heard that ” Linksys WRT54G ” firmware can be modified to support additional features like CLIENT MODE AND ACCESS POINT MODE at same time. My doubt is that does the router uses each antenna for different purpose. ie one for client mode and another for access point mode. if yes pls tell me how to find out which one is for client mode because I want to replace the antenna with a directional one so the distant access point can be seen by the router.

 
 

How come my router says there is no WiFi after hitting the reset button? 

by on July 20, 2011

Q: i have a Linksys wireless router model no. WRT54GS2. my internet connection was not working properly because it went from connected to disconnected a lot so i decided to push the reset button on the back. now it says that it has no wireless connection to it. IT tells me that i do not have a wireless router so that i can have WiFi. so if you could please help me solve this problem it would help a lot thank you.

 
 

How come my router is capable of 54Mbps but I only get transfers of 2 to 3 Mbps? 

by on January 29, 2011

Q: I have a linksys e3000 and a media server which is connected to my network. Even though the e3000 is capable of 54Mbps I only get about 2.5-2.8 Mbps speeds when streaming the media through my network. How do I speed this up?

 
 

Is a Cisco Linksys Wireless N Router compatible with TRENDnet Wireless N Express Card? 

by on October 6, 2010

Q: Is the Cisco Linksys Wireless N Router and the TRENDnet Wireless N Express Card compatible to emachine computers and is the TRENDnet Wireless N Express Card compatible to a Dell laptop?

 
 

How can I secure a Linksys wireless router? 

by on July 20, 2010

Q: How can I secure (encrypt) a Linksys wireless router that has a desktop system operation XP and a notebook that uses Vista?

 
 

What is the default username and password for a Linksys WRT54GS V7 wireless router? 

by on May 5, 2010

Q: What is the username and password for the Linksys WRT54GS V7 wireless router? I have tried various combinations of admin and blank but I can’t login.

 
 

How come my Linksys wireless PCI card is not working? 

by on January 18, 2010

Q: My step dad built me a computer for graduation but forgot a wireless card. No problem, I end up buying a Linksys wireless PCI adapter (Model WMP54GS) and installing it into the computer.

Despite installing the drivers and everything, I still can’t get it to work. the Linksys RangePlus Wireless Network Adapter works but incredibly slowly and intermittently. Any ideas on why I can’t get the PCI adapter to work?

 
 

Use your own router with AT&T DSL 

by on November 16, 2009

Q: If I move from my current ISP to AT&T DSL service will I be able to use my existing Linksys wireless G Access point WAP54G? I don’t want to pay extra for a wireless router when I already have one.

A: In my experience with AT&T I have always gotten a modem with a built in wireless router at no extra cost. I normally don’t use the wireless on their router because, like you, I have my own and I like to use it since I have it. When ordering just make sure to express to them you want a stand alone modem, ie one that does not have to connect to your computer via USB. I am pretty sure no DSL companies use USB only modems anymore but it never hurts to make sure and if they say anything just say you have no free USB ports on your computer. Read the rest of this entry »

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