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Someone has some great knowledge about Routers and Modems?

Discussion in 'Random Spam' started by Twister, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. Twister

    Twister Well-Known Member

    So, I spend my last 7-8 hours figuring out how I could get my Router working.
    Unfortuantely, without any luck, ofcourse.
    Ive tried all kinds of things and I dont know what the problem seems to be.
    So, it seems whenever I connect straight from my modem to my computer with an ethernet cable it all works fine, got my 100mb/s connection.
    But now, when I connect my router to my modem, and let an ethernet cable go from my router to my computer I can get a network connection, but I cant get any internet connection.
    Now the oddest part of all of this, theres also an ethernet cable going from my router to our mac in our home, and that somehow, seems to work just fine.
    Anyone got any ideas on how i could fix this shit?
    Cause to be honest, I cant spend another day working on this, its stressing the hell out of me. -_-'
     
  2. NonLeaf

    NonLeaf Well-Known Member

    Try the repair option, if still don't work, install the drivers \: , well i don't know, just trying to be usefull :S

    good luck
     
  3. Twister

    Twister Well-Known Member

    There arent any drivers for a router, or atleast, not the ones I had.
    Repair option would do nothing good since Its not because something I have downloaded, its because Im using a router now.
    But thanks for the effort.
     
  4. Ation

    Ation s. mod Moderator Donor

    Which router are you using?
     
  5. Twister

    Twister Well-Known Member

    Linksys WAG200G
     
  6. Ation

    Ation s. mod Moderator Donor

    Hmm... have you tried something like Smart Setup/Setup Wizard at http://192.168.1.2/ ?
    (I'm not sure what's the configuration page for Linksys.)

    *Edit*
    I googled something and found this:
    1. Go to http://192.168.1.2/
    2. Click on Basic Setup
    3. Put these values:
    Restart, and not it should work. :]
     
  7. David...

    David... Banned Banned

    And he never came back o:
     
  8. Lapheoria

    Lapheoria New Member

    Linksys is a lame modem i had wag54gv2 and many issues with it.
     
  9. Twister

    Twister Well-Known Member

    Ima try doing what ation said, even though I doubt itll work.
    (running from my modem->windows7 now)
     
  10. OMGBBQHAX

    OMGBBQHAX Well-Known Member

    So your have 3 wires.

    1 from Ethernet > Modem
    Modem > Computer
    Router > Mac or w/e.?
     
  11. Sezabi

    Sezabi Well-Known Member

    Lol fail at failblog.
    Ethernet>Router < Mac anc Computer.

    Make your PC connection obtain IP and DNS automatically and enable the DHCP server on the router.
     
  12. Ation

    Ation s. mod Moderator Donor

    Works now? o,o
     
  13. Twister

    Twister Well-Known Member

    Sorry, havent got the time to test it yet, busy with my vid. :x
    But I'll try it somewhere later on the day and tell you the results.
     
  14. Ation

    Ation s. mod Moderator Donor

    Okays, I feel like I'm going to lose the contest. x_____x
     
  15. Twister

    Twister Well-Known Member

    Okay, so..
    somehow, it fixed itself after my computer was directly linked to my modem instead of my router for a day.
    Anyways, thanks for the people who tried to help me.
     
  16. Ation

    Ation s. mod Moderator Donor

    That's what you should do first if your internet connection isn't working - just unplug everything and wait for sometime. :F3:
     
  17. Sezabi

    Sezabi Well-Known Member

    So the network connection refreshed and began receiving data from the router. Windows sucks.
     

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