Quote: Originally Posted by Dwarf
To change the router settings, you will need to log in to the router from a locally connected computer. What is the make and model number of this router?
Yeah, that's the part I don't understand....
Linksys WRT54G router.
Ugh, I seem to come across more problems than expected...
Because I can't get my Router B to work,(I musta botched something up
) I connected my cat-5 cable to computer A in the meantime. It says something
about "Dial Up Connection, PPPOE Broadband, Opening Port, Redialing, WAN Miniport, then finally Unable to Connect". Any help here?
EDIT: (I don't know if this is my internet or what) Whenever I try to plug my cat-5 to Computer A, it gives me this Diagnostic of: "A problem with your network router... If you are connected to a home network.... turn off modem.... make sure modem is plugged into..." However, when I plug the cat-5 to Computer B(XP), it works dandy. My laptop works fine wirelessly. Computer A is: Gateway DX4710 desktop.