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Linksys Wireless-G and Binatone modem - internet not passing through.

Hi all,

I have a Linksys Wireless G, 2.4GHz broadband router that I am ready to smash against the wall.  I have recently installed one of these for a friend of mine without problems and decided to buy one myself.  

Everything seems to set up except the internet does not pass through.  I am using a Binatone ADSL2000 modem that connects via Ethernet to the Linksys router.  I used the Easy install CD that came with the router and it installs everything fine except for the last part where it fails - the internet connection.  The Binatone modem is working fine when connected directly to my laptop.  

I am using automatic DHCP connection on both the modem and the router.   I have even contacted Binatone who told me that there should not be a conflict and they don’t have an answer for me.

Please help, I’ve spend 3 days trying to set this up, trying all different types of configurations on both the modem and the router….

Thanks

ADDED:

Just tried it again, strangly enough same result but my MSN messanger signs in while pluged through the router.....
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eddkhamouCommented:
Hello,

When you say that you can connect directly to the modem is it a PPP connection where there is a login and password or like a cable modem where you just get issued an IP address?

A few things to try.

1.  Try resetting the router back to the original factory settings by holding down the reset button on the back of the router.
2.  Check to see if there are any firmware upgrades to the router on linksys' website.  If you have the latest version of the firmware try downgrading to a previous version.
3.  Try a different set of ethernet cables to connect the two together.

It is rare but I have seen a router that was incompatible with a certain cable modem for whatever reason.  

Hope this helps

Ed
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Tony-laptopsAuthor Commented:
Hi Ed,

No, its a PPP connection I beleive.  I did have to configure the modem at first by entering login and password.  

I have tried your sugestions, checked the cables, reset both the modem and router to factory settings etc.  I did not try the firmware, which I will try now on both the modem and the router...
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eddkhamouCommented:
Did you configure the router for the PPP connection?

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Tony-laptopsAuthor Commented:
What do you mean by that?  I thought if using the DHCP connection the router didnt need any further configuration.  I used the self configurating wizard that came with the router on CD, which I thought would have configured it fully.

???

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eddkhamouCommented:
No, there should be a WAN configuration page on the router where you enter the login and password information.  There should be a choice for PPP login.

What is the exact model for the router?

Ed
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Tony-laptopsAuthor Commented:
Let me try that Ed.  I have upgraded the firmware to the newest version.  Also when I'm pluged in through the router, my messanger signs in and my emails are retrived through oulook.

the model number is WRT54G
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eddkhamouCommented:
Hey Tony,

If you can get your messages through outlook you have an internet connection.  Something might be wrong with your IE settings.  Check the LAN settings on the Internet Options/connections.

Ed
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eddkhamouCommented:
Check your internet connection.

1.  Click on Start>Run.  Type in cmd click OK.
2.  At the command screen type in ping www.yahoo.com
3.  If you get a response you have a working internet connection and something else is the problem


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Tony-laptopsAuthor Commented:
I pinged from within the router, nothing came up.  wery strange because my oulook is definatelly working and so is my messanger.

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eddkhamouCommented:
Tony,

Run ipconfig /all from the command screen and post the results.

Ed
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Tony-laptopsAuthor Commented:
While connected through router:

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
      Connection-specific DNS Suffic :
      IP Address......  192.169.1.100
      Subnet Mask..... 255.255.255.0
      Default Gateway..192.168.1.1

Through modem:

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
      Connection-specific DNS Suffic :
      IP Address......  192.168.1.6
      Subnet Mask..... 255.255.255.0
      Default Gateway..192.168.1.2
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eddkhamouCommented:
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
     Connection-specific DNS Suffic :
     IP Address......  192.169.1.100
     Subnet Mask..... 255.255.255.0
     Default Gateway..192.168.1.1

Is the 169 a typo?
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Tony-laptopsAuthor Commented:
Yes, sorry that is a type, it is 192.168.1.100
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eddkhamouCommented:
Try checking for spyware/adware.

www.lavasoftusa.com

You might want to also download and run this program

http://members.shaw.ca/techcd/WinsockXPFix.exe

Ed
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Tony-laptopsAuthor Commented:
Hi Ed,

I have, I am running AD-aware on my machine.  I have now tried it on a seperate machine and got the same result....  I have also contacted my ISP and they dont really have an answer....  Is there any way to force the ip or the connection through?

Thanks
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eddkhamouCommented:
Try changing the default IP address and subnet on the router and the DHCP addresses it gives out.
On the router you can set the IP address as 172.16.0.1 with a subnet of 255.255.0.0 and the dhcp range to 172.16.0.100 - 172.16.0.150 with a subnet of 255.255.0.0.

You might be getting a conflict between the router and the modem.

If the Internet connection is fine when you connect directly to the dsl modem then it isn't a problem with your computer.



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Tony-laptopsAuthor Commented:
Thanks Ed that WORKED!!!!!!!

Cheers...
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