This week’s email newsletter articles are: Strange Home Networking Problem SolvedI’ve been fighting a home networking problem for a couple months. The symptoms were strange, though, and the solution was even stranger… First, let’s consider the network. I’ve got a Cisco-Linksys E3000 wireless B/G/N router with four Gigabit Ethernet ports on it. I’ve also have […]
I sat down at my computer this morning to finish my newsletter, only to find the hated words "Not connected." Windows 7 was informing me that I had no network connection. Not just no Internet access, but not even access to the other computers on my home network. This was a horrible morning. Everything worked […]
In an earlier newsletter, I wrote about Upgrading the Router in Preparation for DOCSIS 3.0 Speeds. At the time, I was considering a Cisco-Linksys WRT320N Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router . That’s not the one I finally chose, though — a newer, better model came out. The main point is that I finally took the plunge […]
First, be sure to connect to the router using an Ethernet cable for your configuration work – otherwise, with the first change, you’ll get locked out. If you are using wireless to login to the router, if you get locked out, you’ll have to wait for the router to time out and close that login. […]
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