Originally Posted by XombieXIII
Alright folks, so I had my wireless router working a while ago, set up with a password and everything. And I had a good strong signal. Now I can't connect because it says limited or no connectivity. I tried resetting it, I tried re-doing the install process, and I tried resetting the modem which still works when I pluge directly in. Any idea's will be greatly appreciated
Referring to your OP..
Here's my thoughts (and I think you're thinking the same thing)..
New router. You've already reset & re-configured. Multiple devices cannot connect to the router. I know it won't help, but you can try, connecting a device to the router by wire, open the command prompt, type: ipconfig /release
(then type) ipconfig /renew
My diagnosis is that this issue is isolated to the router itself. Being that it is only 1-2 weeks old, can you get an exchange on the product?
One more troubleshooting attempt:
Since it is a wireless N router, if your adapters are wireless G..
Connect a PC device to the router by wire, and check the configuration through a browser.
If you don't know how to do this: After connected with the router by wire, open your command prompt (Start > Run > cmd > OK). Type ipconfig /all, and find the "Default Gateway" (usually 192.168.x.x). Type that IP address into your browser's address bar.
Enter your user name and pw. If never done this, you should have a prompt for setting it up, or if not it should be admin/admin.
Find your wireless section, and make sure your network mode is set to Mixed, or G.
I am looking through my configuration to see if there are any additional troubleshooting we can tryEdited by clee413 - 3/3/10 at 11:50am