Belkin wireless router will not let me connect to the internet. It has been sitting in a box and not used for a year and a half (hence being completely out of date on the firmware), but I can't even get it hardwired to update it. All of my computers (1 PC and 3 Macs) can see the wireless network, but cannot get the internet connection. When I log into the router, I see that it too, says that it cannot get a wireless connection but that it is broadcasting my SSID.
The modem is a-ok. I tested that by connecting the computers directly, and voila - all systems tickety-boo.
WHY can I not get the wireless router to work? I mean, WHY is it impossible to get an internet connection via the router and modem together?
Here's some more info found on the router:
Firmware Version 1.00.22 (Aug 31 2010 14:36:01)
LAN/WLAN MAC 94:44:52:92:48:32
Boot Version 1.19 IP Address 192.168.2.1
Hardware F7D1301 v1 (01) Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
Serial No. 121024G1114796 DHCP Server Enabled (2 LAN, 1 WLAN Clients)
Internet Settings Features
WAN MAC Address 94:44:52:92:48:33 Firewall Settings Enabled
Connection Type Dynamic SSID grilledcheeseplease
WAN IP 0.0.0.0 Security WPA-Personal ( PSK )
Subnet Mask 0.0.0.0 UPnP Enabled
Default Gateway 0.0.0.0 Remote Management Disabled
DNS Address 0.0.0.0 WPS Disabled