09-18-2011 01:30 AM
Since some months I have a very annoying problem with my Linksys WRT54G2.
When I connect a wireless device (laptop, phone, TV, Ipad) to my wireless network I only see a Local connection, no connection to internet. After resetting the router (power off for several seconds) the internet-connection is available again.
I have to do this every 1 - 2 days.
This is very disturbing; how can I resolve this problem?
Some settings in my router:
Security: WPA Personal / TKIP / renew key after 3600 seconds (I can not turn this off).
Firmware version: 1.0.01
Thank you for any reaction.
Best regards, Jacco.
09-19-2011 03:06 PM
Let me know the name of the ISP (Internet Service Provider)? What is the IP address that you are getting from the Router? You can check the IP address in the following manner:
If you wish to find out your own IP address, you should run the same ms-dos prompt by clicking Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt. A black pop up box should come up, type: "ipconfig /all" … There check the IP address and Default Gateway under LAN….
# Open up the browser and on the address bar type “IP address of Default Gateway” that will open up the Router setup page…
# Then Click on wireless Tab create the Wireless Network Name SSID and select the channel to 6, 9, and 11… Click Save Settings...
# Then Click on Wireless Security sub tab and select the security mode and provide the password as per the requirement… Click Save Settings...
Secondly avoid using any other wireless devices like cordless phones, microwave oven etc nearer to the Router…Then try to connect the Wireless Laptop to the required network, once it gets connected check if you can go online….
09-20-2011 11:48 AM
Provider = XS4ALL (Netherlands)
IP-address = 192.168.0.224
default gateway = 192.168.0.1
Router setup page:
ssid = linksys
channel = 11
Yesterday I tried to connect my Ipad --> no connection. After renewing the lease my Ipad connected.
09-21-2011 06:42 AM
Okay, First change the SSID of your router from 'linksys' to a different name. There could be a possibility of somebody else have a wireless network with the same SSID.
Next, try switching to different channels, (1, 6 or 9). Basically the wireless devices are losing connection to the wireless router.
The steps to login to the router and change these settings are mentioned in my previous post. If that doesn't help, then we might need to update the firmware of the router.
09-21-2011 07:08 AM
Okay, thanks for your reply. Tonight or tomorrow night I will change some settings and see if it helps. I also change the settings in my wifi-extender.
I don't understand: until my holiday in March it worked great; just before my holiday I turned off router and modem. After the holiday I turned on router and modem again. Since then I have this problem. I did not change any setting.
09-26-2011 05:21 AM
Unfortunately your solution didn't help; I chose a new ssid and another channel (6).
I think it has got to do with the security key, that expires after 3600 seconds. I can't turn this off. Do you know what happens when I choose for 0 (zero) seconds?
With my old simple Sweex-router I didn't have this problem.....