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Have screenshots of router setup page but have questions


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#1 herbman

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Posted 07 October 2014 - 03:37 PM

I have a Dell desktop running win 7 sp1 64 bit and i have a modem called a smart RG , my router is a Asus RT N10 .

 

I am confused about the dynamic IP choice as seen in the screenshot and all the options on the left .  Wan,Wireless, Lan etc... what exactly do i need to click on to get this thing to work ?

 

I currently have my ethernet cable from the computer connected to the routers lan port ,  i have another ethernet cable connected to the wan port on the router and that goes into the modems lan port , the telephone wire is correctly connected .

 

It seems when i take the ethernet cable from the computer out of the router i loose wireless which i don't want.

 

When can this be removed so i can get wireless?

Thanks

 

Apparently i can't get the screenshots to post , i keep getting a too big message .


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Posted 07 October 2014 - 03:41 PM

1st - I don't see screenshots

2nd - When you remove the CAT5 you loose wireless on what? I ask for you said you are using a desktop which unless an after-market purchase is made pretty much never comes with wireless so I can only assume you mean the router itself.

3rd - If you are losing the wireless on the router itself I have to agree that is quite odd and the first place I start with that is firmware for your actions shouldn't result in that.


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Posted 07 October 2014 - 03:53 PM

Yeah, i don't know what it is but i can never get anything to post when it comes to images on this site , i tried the basic and advanced uploader and i get the same result.

 

It's always a "too big" message .

 

You can close down this thread , thanks but i will have to go elsewhere for help. 



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Posted 07 October 2014 - 03:56 PM

Not a Mod or an admin. Just someone that has been doing this crap for 17-plus years and still counting.  :smash:

 

So no power to close a thread.


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Posted 07 October 2014 - 04:45 PM

You need to upload and host your images on an imaging hosting site, such as photobucket, imgur or postimage.org. Then insert the hosting site URL in to show your images here. See post #1 here: Inserting An Image Within A Post

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