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I have a WAG120n wireless router, the device has an IP address but I can't access the setup, I tried running a port scan, all ports are closed. The wireless connection isn't working also, I tried resetting it many times but no hope, please help.
Edited by daegyguy - 8/10/11 at 8:14am
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I have a WAG120n wireless router, the device has an IP address but I can't access the setup, I tried running a port scan, all ports are closed. The wireless connection isn't working also, I tried resetting it many times but no hope, please help.
are you able to ping it?
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is the IP something like 192.168.x.x? What is the Gateway for your Ipconfig? Try typing the gateway into the web browser and see if you get a login screen. if you have a spare CAT 5 cable try plugging directly into the router and try and get to a login screen
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Yes I can ping it, I configured the IP settings manually also, I tried accessing the setup it says connection refused. I ran a port scan, it says all ports are closed.
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The IP address is 192.168.1.1 (default)
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ports wont matter when accessing the router. if its connection refused that probably means theirs a security setting not allowing you to access it through wireless. Try a direct wired connection to see if it works.
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Acutally I am trying through a wired cable, I can successfully ping thats all, the login screen doesn't open, the connection is refused. The wifi isn't working as at all, the LED is just blinking but I cant find the AP via any wireless interface.
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Acutally I am trying through a wired cable, I can successfully ping thats all, the login screen doesn't open, the connection is refused. The wifi isn't working as at all, the LED is just blinking but I cant find the AP via any wireless interface.
Have you tried looking up configuration software for it?
Most likely there are security measures blocking your connection from it.
the software will allow you to configure a profile so you can adjust the settings manually. I'll look to see if i can find anything.

EDIT: Select Hardware Version then Download the Setup Wizard at the bottom left of page
http://www.linksysbycisco.com/UK/en/...G120N/download
Edited by Hazzeedayz - 8/11/11 at 6:07am
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I tried installing through setup wizard, it doesn't detect my modem, it says the cable isn't connected although the LED is blinking (connected via cable). is there anything evenrisky that even can be made?
Edited by daegyguy - 8/11/11 at 5:21pm
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when you run the setup are you following the directions to the T?
most routers have to be off (disconnect from power source) and disconnected from the computer during setup.
when the time comes it should ask you to connect everything.
Also try resetting before installing with the router disconnected from the PC.

Side Note: Uninstall the program before trying to do the setup again. This helps avoid complications.
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