Hello...I have my computer hooked up to a LINKSYS router (BEFSR41) and the internet works great. But I decided to go wireless so I tried hooking up my computer to the WRT54G router. For some reason, the internet does not work when this is hooked up. So I disconnected the wireless and put back in the wired router and the internet works fine. Can someone tell me whats wrong? Thanks
Colebot...I fixed the problem I had. Before setting up the wireless router, I had the wired router connected and opened Internet Explorer and typed in 192.168.1.1 which is the ip address of the router. It will then ask you for a password. The default password is "admin". Leave the user name blank. I then went to the setup. The problem I had was that the wireless router was set for Automatic Configuration DHCP, but it needed to be set to Static IP. If you have the same problem as I did, copy down all the numbers for the Internet IP, subnet mask, etc under Static IP. Then disconnect the wired router and connect the wireless router. Log on the same way as you did with the wired router. Go to setup and to Static IP then copy the same numbers down that were from the wired router. Click save, restart the computer and it worked. You might want to try this out...Good luck and if you have any questions, email me or leave a message here!!