01-12-2013 01:00 AM
I just purchased a Linksys Cisco E900 router and hooked it up to my Internet cable. The Internet service that my ISP is giving me is PPPoE, fiberlink (100 Mbps).
I did the set up. I connected my computer (via Ethernet cable) and my laptop (via wireless) to the router.
Now... there are other wireless networks around me. The Wi-Fi channel my router fixed to is 1, apparently - saw it from the settings. But I can't find a menu anywhere in the router's gateway (192.168.1.1) from where I can change the wireless channel, wireless bandwidth etc. Can anybody tell me if I can change them...? If yes, how?! If not... what the flying......
Thanks in advance.
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01-12-2013 03:48 AM
I did not know those settings are revealed upon disabling WPS (I don't use WPS anyways).
Thank you very much!
Now... if you could answer me in my other topic, as well... please! If you can, of course. Nobody seems to care for that thread's issue .
Thanks in advance.
10-04-2013 11:19 AM
I have related question, possibly a bug report.
I purchased a E900 in Sweden a couple of days ago, upgraded firmware to version 1.0.04 build 1 from 11/05/2012. When I was setting up the roter to get best Wi-Fi signal and speed results, I tried all the channels, number 5 at 2.432 GHz seems to give me top speed of 100 Mbit/s (maximum speed from ISP), so I chose channel 5 and saved settings. Next day I started my laptop and connecte to Wi-Fi, but didn't get as good speed, then I looked in Status > Wireless Network, Channel was set to 1.
The router seems to save channel configuration for one Wi-Fi session only. Once I break the session the value is lost.
When I look in Wireless > Basic Wireless Settings, I can see that channel 5 is chosen in the list, but in reality channel 1 is used.
My manual Wi-Fi settings:
Network Mode: Mixed
Network Name (SSID): Cisco
Channel Width: Auto (20 MHz or 40 MHz)
Channel: 5 - 2.432 GHz
SSID Broadcast: Enabled
Security Mode: WPA2 Personal
If you need any additional information or copy of backed up configuration file, please let me know.
10-04-2013 12:21 PM
Went to http://192.168.1.1/, logged in with credentials I created with Cisco Connect, went to Administration > Firmware Upgrade, went to E900 support page, saved http://downloads.linksys.com/downloads/firmware/12
10-05-2013 04:23 AM
10-05-2013 11:33 AM - edited 10-05-2013 11:34 AM
So you mean that you have same router, same firmware, same settings, and after setting channel to 5 it still uses channel 5 after a day or so (after closed Wi-Fi sessions)? Can anyone else confirm this?