Originally Posted by beagle2
Try typing 192.168.2.1 into browser - that should bring up configuration pages.
ok... i have done that, with the wireless router connected. Yes, i manage to open the configuration pages. But strange, they didn't asked me to type my admin password.
i check online status, well, my MAC ip is there, meaning i'm connected to the wireless.
Then i try to open the website, still i can't open due to no connection (of course because my wireless stated "limited or no connectivity").
I can't even reset my router.
So i bring to the shop where i bought it, and when they tried to reset, few seconds the wlan-g blink and yes, there's the light.
When i tried it at home AGAIN, well, back to square one. Just like before i brought it to the shop.
Well, i call up the guy at the shop, he ask me to do this and that. I did, but the result still NONE.
So, he told me, the only solution is to configure the network using network key (something like that).
And they need to use the cable directly to the computer in order to configure it.
Do you think its appropriate?
Actually i don't really get what this guy mean, where he seems don't want to explain it to me.
What seems to be the problem? I really don't have any idea what's wrong with it.