05-17-2012 09:54 AM
My CIsco Connect stopped working again after my last posting of a fix.
I typed in 192.168.0.1 into my browser.
I went to the wireless tab.
I reactivated the radio broadcast by swithcing from Disabled to Mixed.
I saved the settings.
I closed the browser.
I opened Cisco Connect and it ran like nothing ever happened.
I went back to wireless and switched back to Disabled.
The front panel LED went out.
I saved the settings.
I closed Cisco Connect.
Shut down the copmputer and restarted.
Cisco Connect ran and the radio broadcast LED on the E2000 was off.
ICisco Connect has been working for a week now.
It's got to be bad software. I never changed any other setiigs at all.
08-05-2012 12:43 PM
I'm trying to install this router so my sister can have internet on her computer. Our main computer is in the living room, and her computer is in her room. First of all, do I hook up the router to my main computer with the modem? And second, I've plugged the blue cord in the internet plug in on the back of the router and the other half of the cord into the modem. And I plugged the other cord into the back of the modem and the other in the outlet in the wall. But it still will not work. What am I doing wrong?
08-05-2012 02:36 PM
I think you are hooked up right but here's my wiring. Connect the telephone cable between the DSL modem and the wall telephone jack (female jack). Make suer that plug has a DSL filter installed before it on the outside of the house, in the basement phone wiring, or a filter at the wall plate telephone jack. The first Ethernet cable (blue) runs from the modem to the router main internet jack, mine's yellow labeled internet. Now you have two choices. You can run a second faster speed capable Ethernet cable from one of the ports (outputs) on the router to one computer, Repeat this cabling until all computers are connected to the router, i.e. hardwired. OR you can connect wirelessly without a second Ethernet cable but each computer hooked up wirelessly has to have a Wi-Fi card and jack in it. You should create an Easy Setup Key using a USB flash drive and Cisco Connect software or your install CDR. You need to transfer that USB easy setup data to each wireless and wired computer to make the complete connect BUT they still have to have a WiFi card for wireless connections. I use a Ethernet cable without using my Wi-Fi crd that is still installed but not used.
You can go into the control panel in Win7, for example, and look at the "open network and sharing chart" using the network icon inthe control panel, I think it is. I use the icon in the system tray on the bottom right instead. Do you see anything connected to your computer? If not, it doesn't have the proper software installed or an Ethernet hardwired cabling or WiFi card. You should see your computer connected to the name you selected for your network and then connected to the internet. A second computer will show up in parallel with your computer. If you see your computer and the router name but an X on the connecting line, you are not connected properly. Either the wiring is not right or the software.
Make sure you have Cisco Connect software installed and working. You can type 18.104.22.168 in your browser and see if it detects your router basic setup.
08-23-2012 02:35 PM
My Cisco is not working,then i was changing it to the new wireless, i set up it to the computer but after 75% wireless stop to connect. I did it to another computer but it's hapenning the same,. it is not even connecting after 75%. Is it real the cisco is not connecting to the window 7? Can you help me with it.
08-23-2012 02:35 PM
My Cisco is not working,then i was changing it to the new wireless, i set up it to the computer but after 75% wireless stop to connect. I did it to another computer but it's hapenning the same,. it is not even connecting after 75%. Is it real the cisco is not connecting to the window 7? Can you help me with it?
02-02-2013 02:02 PM
I had the same issue. On the support site I found how to set up the E1500 without using the Setup/Cisco Connect application. While reading that, I found out that the E1500 and your DSL modem/router might share the same IP address and this causes the conflicts which shuts down the setup process before it completes. The link below:
will help you sidestep this issue. It worked like a charm.