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    Lightbulb Setup of ADSL Modem/Router UT-300R2U with Linksys Wireless Router WRT54G

    Step by step setup and configuration steps ...

    Just download the attachment and unzip it and you will get a .doc file which will give you step by step instructions with screen shots making it very easy for you to do this setup.

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    just4kix has very kindly prepared this step by step guide and made it very easy for those who are not very used to setting up things like these to set up their wifi network.

    Thanks again Who ever downloads this file and gets help from it please be a gentleman/woman and post a comment saying thanks to the good man

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    Till now 74 people have downloaded the file... I am not sure what keeps you from saying a quick thanks here in the thread?

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    Default Thank you for this file bro

    It is well organizedne and even one who is using it first time will do it like professionals

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    Hi just4kix,

    I tried unzipping the file in WinRar but was getting error messages. Would you be kind enough to directy upload the word document itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkumar803 View Post
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    I tried unzipping the file in WinRar but was getting error messages. Would you be kind enough to directy upload the word document itself.

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    Hi Ramesh, The filesize is too large. I cannot upload. I requested Admin to upload the file.

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    thank u so much....

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    Default Fantsatic document

    Thanks. The document is very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkumar803 View Post
    Hi just4kix,

    I tried unzipping the file in WinRar but was getting error messages. Would you be kind enough to directy upload the word document itself.

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    The file is fine.. I have checked it again myself. there is some problem at your end.

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    Default Wizard not appearing

    The wizard you have mentioned does not open while getting into the configuration the mode of the modem(The same you have mentioned in the post). Tried to configure it thru the manual way but could not. PLease help

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    Quote Originally Posted by somanna View Post
    The wizard you have mentioned does not open while getting into the configuration the mode of the modem(The same you have mentioned in the post). Tried to configure it thru the manual way but could not. PLease help
    If you are not getting the "Wizard" option, then you can do the setup from the 'WAN' tab.

    If nothing is working, you can reset the UT-300R2U ADSL Modem/Router. On the back panel there is a RESET button. Power on the router. Using a dull pointed object such as the back side of a toothpick, press this button and keep it pressed for 10 to 15 seconds.

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    Default Website not opening http://192.168.1.2

    Hi
    I have bought the Linksys router and trying to install that. But according to your guide i need to go to the site Http://192.168.1.2

    But the site is not at all opening. I do not know what to do ? PLease guide if possible.

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    thanks a ton for preparing the manual. I downloaded it yesterday and followed it to the letter (well almost, I will explain them very soon!). I am now able to browse net through wifi. I suggest a couple of changes to your file:

    By default, BSNL modems come with ip as 192.168.1.1. So the default gateway would be this ip. So to make any config changes, it should 192.168.1.1 and not 192.168.1.2 as mentioned in your doc.

    Also, the linksys router too comes with default ip as 192.168.1.1. To avoid IP conflict, Linksys manual recommends changing the ip of the ADSL Modem - which in our case is BSNL's. I changed my BSNL modem ip to 192.168.2.1 and DHCP range from 192.168.2.2 to 192.168.2.100. With these changes in the modem and your instructions for linksys, I was able to hook on to the net.

    I have one problem though. I have an HTC Touch (a.k.a 3450) pocket PC phone, which has in built Wifi feature. I am able to access net when security feature on the router is turned off. With the security feature on, my phone does not even get an ip assigned - it says check your network connections.

    However, my lappy is able to access net in both unsecured mode and WPA - TKIP and AES algorithms.

    You mentioned you had some issues with ur O2. How did you solve it?

    tks

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    Default Not connecting to the Wireless network.

    Hi,
    Thanks a lot for the document created beautifully and the ip correction. I have succesfully configured the Linksys router but after that onwards the wireless connection is shown available but unable to connect everytime I try. Is that a BSNL problem ? I have Startup 250 plan.

    PLease let me know if any kind of suggestion is known. Thanks a lot again for the configuration help I got.

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    @just4klix, Thanks for your valued suggestions and comments.

    Quote Originally Posted by just4klix View Post
    thanks a ton for preparing the manual. I downloaded it yesterday and followed it to the letter (well almost, I will explain them very soon!). I am now able to browse net through wifi. I suggest a couple of changes to your file:

    By default, BSNL modems come with ip as 192.168.1.1. So the default gateway would be this ip. So to make any config changes, it should 192.168.1.1 and not 192.168.1.2 as mentioned in your doc.
    You are correct in saying that 192.168.1.1 is the default ip address for the modem. However, this 192.168.1.2 is also the modem's ip address when accessed through the USB interface. I assumed that someone would use the USB connection for the first time setup. Both, 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2, would be able to access the BSNL ADSL modem/router's web interface.

    Quote Originally Posted by just4klix View Post
    Also, the linksys router too comes with default ip as 192.168.1.1. To avoid IP conflict, Linksys manual recommends changing the ip of the ADSL Modem - which in our case is BSNL's. I changed my BSNL modem ip to 192.168.2.1 and DHCP range from 192.168.2.2 to 192.168.2.100. With these changes in the modem and your instructions for linksys, I was able to hook on to the net.
    You can change the BSNL modem/router's default IP address or you can change the Wireless Router's IP address. As long as they are on different, that should be good enough.

    Quote Originally Posted by just4klix View Post
    I have one problem though. I have an HTC Touch (a.k.a 3450) pocket PC phone, which has in built Wifi feature. I am able to access net when security feature on the router is turned off. With the security feature on, my phone does not even get an ip assigned - it says check your network connections.

    However, my lappy is able to access net in both unsecured mode and WPA - TKIP and AES algorithms.

    You mentioned you had some issues with ur O2. How did you solve it?

    tks
    I had initially set the Wireless Security as: WPA Personal (TKIP+AES). My O2 XDA IIi was unable to connect. Next I changed it to WPA Personal (AES); but XDA did not connect. After I changed to WPA Personal (TKIP), the XDA was abale to connect. All this time, the laptop was able to connect. XDA IIi is also an HTC product. Perhaps the firmware does not support AES and that may be the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niladri View Post
    Hi,
    Thanks a lot for the document created beautifully and the ip correction. I have succesfully configured the Linksys router but after that onwards the wireless connection is shown available but unable to connect everytime I try. Is that a BSNL problem ? I have Startup 250 plan.

    PLease let me know if any kind of suggestion is known. Thanks a lot again for the configuration help I got.
    Have you been able to connect anytime (to the internet)? Or were you able to connect the one time but later on unable to connect?
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    Quote Originally Posted by niladri View Post
    Hi
    I have bought the Linksys router and trying to install that. But according to your guide i need to go to the site Http://192.168.1.2

    But the site is not at all opening. I do not know what to do ? PLease guide if possible.
    There are two parts to the setup:

    a) Setup of the BSNL Modem/Router in the bridged mode (and creating a dial up connection from wired desktop). This setup assumes that you have used the router's CD to install the drivers and connect the router to your desktop using a USB cable. Once the modem/router is connected, you access the web interface (for setup) from the page http://192.168.1.2. Please note that your desktop/laptop must be connected to the BSNL router by USB or Ethernet RJ45 cable.

    b) Setup of the the Linksys Wireless Router. After you have setup the BSNL router as a bridge, you should setup the Linksys router in PPPoE mode. The page for setup is http://192.168.1.1. I have also mentioned that you should change the Please note that your desktop/laptop must be connected to the Linksys router by Ethernet RJ45 cable. I have also mentioned that you must change the Linksys router's IP address to 192.168.2.1

    Let me know if you still have issues.
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    Hi,
    Yes according to the previous post I changed the ips and configured the LinkSys router properly(I think so), and after that I was able to connect to the internet first time. But from next time onwards it shows that Wireless network is available, but when I try to connect to that it gives error :

    Unable to connect to network.

    I have Laptop with Win Vista Home premium.

    Thanks a lot for helping me a lot, I am still working on checking all the configurations but still could not resolve the problem.

    Thanks n regards
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    @Niladri, Are you able to connect to the Linksys Router Web Interface? If yes, go to the 'Status' tab and check the connection status. The status page should display a real IP address. If it displays 0.0.0.0, then you are not connected. Click on the 'Connect' button on that page and see whether it connects to the BSNL Bridge (mdem/router).

    If it does not connect, it will return an error message.

    If this happens, check the BSNL modem/router. See whether it is setup as a bridge. Connect your laptop directly to BSNL modem/router via Ethernet cable and setup a dialer connection (how to do this is explained in my guide). Try connecting to the internet that way. If that works then the problem is with Linksys setup. If not, the BSNL modem/router needs to be set up again (you may have to reset it, if required).

    If the problem is with Linksys setup, redo Linksys setup. Reset Linksys router if required.

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    Great work, thanks for the file

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    Default BSNL Wireless

    Hi,

    I have a bsnl bb with ut300r2u modem with ethernet port connected to the modem.
    It is not a wireless access. Can this document help me to make it wireless?
    I've a wireless access in my laptop.
    The address for my modem is 192.168.1.1 and not 192.168.1.2
    Cuold any one provide me assistance t make this as wireless connection?

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    thanx a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by ganeshveeramani View Post
    Hi,

    I have a bsnl bb with ut300r2u modem with ethernet port connected to the modem.
    It is not a wireless access. Can this document help me to make it wireless?
    I've a wireless access in my laptop.
    The address for my modem is 192.168.1.1 and not 192.168.1.2
    Cuold any one provide me assistance t make this as wireless connection?

    Thanks...
    Ganesh V
    Hi Ganesh,

    You laptop may have wireless access; that will make your home network trully wireless. You must buy and install a wireless network router to have a true wireless network. A true wireless network is one where there is a wireless network access point.

    The setup of any wireless modem is more or less similar - the interface GUI may look a lot different. So if you buy a wireless router and connect it to your UT-300R2U router in the manner mentioned in the guide, then you can have a wireless setup at your home.

    However, you can set up P2P (peer to peer) wireless network from your laptop. In this kind of network, all other computers can connect to the internet through your laptop. However, your laptop will have to connected to the BSNL router by ethernet RJ45 cable (wire).

    Regarding modem IP address. Others also pointed out that the IP address is 192.168.1.1. Yes, the modem's IP address is 192.168.1.1. But to access the web setup page, it depends upon how your desktop/laptop is connected to the modem. If you are connected using LAN cable (as in your case), then the web page is accessed from http://192.168.1.1. On the other hand if the modem is connect via USB (and this is how most people connect to the modem), the web setup page is accessed via http://192.168.1.2.

    Perhaps I need to make these points clear in my document. Thanks.

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    I have updated the document. Admin has uploaded the document to the thread's first post. Please use the zip file. Thanks.
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    I got my BSNL Broad band connection yesterday.... The lineman just came and gave me the modem (UT300R2U) and said the Username and password are already configured in the modem and left. when i connected the modem the dsl light doesn't comeup. Should i follow these steps? And i dont have the BSNL username or password. Please Help me out. When i called them they said the same again.

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    Smile Thanks Friend

    Very very Thankz my brother. u had explained well which i could easily understood and i changed to dialer mode.

    I changed my router to dialer modem because am having the rapidshare downloader. In that, they are prescribing the dialer modem for auto switching ip. . so now i changed succesfully to dialup and am downloading from rapidshare of about 21 parts daily night without waking up.

    Only because of this i could able to download the files from rapidshare and megaupload without any pain.

    Thanks my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by praveenkumar View Post
    I got my BSNL Broad band connection yesterday.... The lineman just came and gave me the modem (UT300R2U) and said the Username and password are already configured in the modem and left. when i connected the modem the dsl light doesn't comeup. Should i follow these steps? And i dont have the BSNL username or password. Please Help me out. When i called them they said the same again.
    The BSNL person is supposed to install the router and show you that internet is working. But you could do one thing. Use the UT-300R2U CD to install the drivers. The CD does not come with an auto-installer. Browse the CD, and fo the folder which is '\USB Driver\For Windows'. In this folder double click on 'setup.exe' and it will install the drivers. It will guide you when to connect the modem - when it does connect the modem via USB. (follow the router guide supplied with the kit).

    After connecting the modem to your PC and open the web setup page (http://192.168.1.1). The page will ask you to login - login as 'admin'; password is 'admin'. Click on the 'WAN' tab.

    If what the BSNL man said is correct, then the router must be setup in the PPPoE (always ON) mode. Your username can be found here. The password is 'password'.

    DO NOT SAVE ANY CHANGES or CLICK ON THE 'APPLY' BUTTON.

    If the modem is already setup (as what BSNL says), then you should be able to connect to internet. In my case, the BSNL person came and installed the drivers, setup the modem, showed that internet is working, left his contact numbers, etc.
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    To all those who have posted "Thank you" messages, I am sincerely grateful. All I say "You are welcome" in return. Glad to help out for sure.

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    Dear just4kix, i just had a look at your document and i am amazed at the effort and detail that have gone into it. Without even using it let me say thank you. Let me explain my situation.

    I have a UT300R2U, A Netgear WGR614 and a couple of laptops. Now i didn't see your thread, i looked at some other threads that referred to huawei modems, and i fiddled around with a lot of settings on the modem and the router.....and messed everything up. Now the router is broadcasting and i can catch the signal with my laptop and login.....but i have no internet.....neither when connecting with RJ45 straight from modem......nor when it is modem > router > laptop......the "Internet" light on the modem is also off.....does this mean there is no internet signal coming in? or does this mean i've bollocksed it up somehow? please help!!!

    One more thing.....when i go to 192.168.1.1 for my modem i get a menu screen and no wizard.....what do i do to get the wizard?

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    Dear psychotropic, Thanks for the kind words.

    I think that it will be best if you start afresh. Please reset both the modems by pressing the RESET switch with bluntly pointed object (do not use sharp pointed objects such as needles).

    Keep the "RESET" switch pressed for at least 15 seconds.

    After reseting both modems try setup all over again.
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    thanks for the quick reply......also can you let me know what to do about the fact that i can't get the wizard? The hands-on settings appear to be pretty complex.....thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychotropic View Post
    thanks for the quick reply......also can you let me know what to do about the fact that i can't get the wizard? The hands-on settings appear to be pretty complex.....thanks in advance
    I am not sure why you do not get the Wizard. If you do not get the Wizard, click on the WAN tab and select the 'Bridge' option. After selecting this option you do not have to do much. The others are default. Also I am about to post a new guide on this thread: Solution for multiple machines connecting to same BB connection

    The topic may be different but the principles are same.
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    To those of you who said that that ther are unable to get to the 'Wizard' option.

    Please do the following:

    1. Login to the router page http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.1.2
    2. Click on the 'WAN' button.
    3. Manually enter the following settings:

    For Bridging
    ATM Interface: PVC-0
    VPI: 0
    VCI: 35
    Virtual Circuit: Enabled
    WAN Settings: Bridge Mode
    Connection Type: 1483 Bridged IP LLC

    For PPPoE
    ATM Interface: PVC-0
    VPI: 0
    VCI: 35
    Virtual Circuit: Enabled
    WAN Settings: PPPoE/PPPoA
    Username: <your ISP username>
    Password: <your password>
    Connection Type: PPPoE LLC
    MRU: 1492
    Authentication: PAP
    Obtain DNS Automatically: Enabled
    Default Route: Enabled
    NAT: Enabled
    IGMP: Disabled
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    hi, i reset my modem...but the Internet light is still not on....does that mean the problem is from BSNL's side and not mine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychotropic View Post
    hi, i reset my modem...but the Internet light is still not on....does that mean the problem is from BSNL's side and not mine?
    Yesterday I was facing this problem and internet was down in my area. It took 6-8 hours to fix. Check out first whether there is problem with intenet service in your area.

    If that is not the case, then first try to get the wired connection working. Forget the Netgear equipment for some time, configure the UT-300R2U and check that you are able to connect.

    Once UT-300R2U configuration and setup is sorted out, connect the Netgear router and then configure it.
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    can't figure out anything...internet is still not working in my house....been trying their helpline 1800 424 1600.....haven't gotten through to anyone even once.....have reset the modem multiple times.....don't know what to do.....am really starting to regret going for BSNL.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychotropic View Post
    can't figure out anything...internet is still not working in my house....been trying their helpline 1800 424 1600.....haven't gotten through to anyone even once.....have reset the modem multiple times.....don't know what to do.....am really starting to regret going for BSNL.....
    If possible, please visit your local exchange. You have paid for a service and you should expect it.
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    can anyone help me

    i want to configure the my pc via lan and usb, actually i have two pc and the bsnl provide me type1 modam and i want to connet my pc by usb and lan.
    my one pc is alrady connect via lan cable. but i want to connect my another pc via usb. is it is possible to connect two pc one by ethernet and one by usb, if it is posible, plz help me

    i have siemens c2110 adsl modam provided by bsnl.

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    Yes. It is possible. Note that you may have to configure the modem in PPPoE mode.
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    Thx a lot

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    thanks man - I have the UT300R2U but the interface is totally diff to the ones in the pics here - hopefully I can link properly to the info here.

    Thanks again for teh great work!!

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    excellent guide ,thousand pounds of respect to just4kix!!!

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    Thanks a lot, friends.
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    hi

    many of my friends are having Bsnl broadband...I am also having it

    I just wanna know whether we send and receive files through the lan (ethernet or something.....) atleast to comps sorrounding my place

    plz help me....

    its becoming difficult to carry a pen drive every time....

    and also plz let me know if there is any other way to do this if the above method is not possible

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    Thank u.
    I dont have a wireless, but i found it full of good knowledge

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    Quote Originally Posted by maniram View Post
    hi

    many of my friends are having Bsnl broadband...I am also having it

    I just wanna know whether we send and receive files through the lan (ethernet or something.....) atleast to comps sorrounding my place

    plz help me....

    its becoming difficult to carry a pen drive every time....

    and also plz let me know if there is any other way to do this if the above method is not possible
    File sharing is only possible if all computers belong to the same network workgroup or domain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navrajyadav View Post
    can anyone help me

    i want to configure the my pc via lan and usb, actually i have two pc and the bsnl provide me type1 modam and i want to connet my pc by usb and lan.
    my one pc is alrady connect via lan cable. but i want to connect my another pc via usb. is it is possible to connect two pc one by ethernet and one by usb, if it is posible, plz help me

    i have siemens c2110 adsl modam provided by bsnl.
    u have 2 options..

    1. buy a broadband router ( ADSL 2+ modem cum router@ 1500+) and a unmanaged switch@700+

    2. make one of ur pc a proxy server i.e install 2 lan cards, ccproxy application

    bingo...for detail config mail me at prabinseth@gmail.com

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    Hi

    I am using BSNL Broadband Dataone connection with DLINk Modem.
    I also bought Linksys Wireless G Router.

    The issue is whenever I type the http://192.168.1.1 to get linksys router I always get the Dlink modem interface.

    How I can change the settings (configure)for my Router.??. Please advise.

    Please note that if I disable the lan connection and enable it back. While The lan connection is enabled, i get the linksys interface for the time being, but as soon as the lan connection is enabled, access to the Router interface is gone and is replaced by modem interface

    Please advise

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    Quote Originally Posted by technointellects View Post
    Hi

    I am using BSNL Broadband Dataone connection with DLINk Modem.
    I also bought Linksys Wireless G Router.

    The issue is whenever I type the http://192.168.1.1 to get linksys router I always get the Dlink modem interface.

    How I can change the settings (configure)for my Router.??. Please advise.

    Please note that if I disable the lan connection and enable it back. While The lan connection is enabled, i get the linksys interface for the time being, but as soon as the lan connection is enabled, access to the Router interface is gone and is replaced by modem interface

    Please advise
    • Disconnect the D-Link modem from the Linksys router.
    • Now 198.162.1.1 will connect you to Linksys.
    • While configuring the Linksys Router change its IP address to something like 192.168.2.1.
    • After configuring Linksys router, reconnect it back to D-link modem
    • Now D-link will be accessible from page 192.168.1.1 while Linksys will be accessible from 192.168.2.1


    Hope this helps. The guide here explicitly mentions changing the IP addresses.
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    Whenever you have two router's connected you have to change their default ip's like above to avoid ip address conflict!!

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    Thanks for the reply..but the solution didnt worked for me.
    1. Disconnect the D-Link modem from the Linksys router.

    # I did but still i get the DLink modem interface when I try 192.168.1.1 (even after refreshing several times)

    2. Now 198.162.1.1 will connect you to Linksys.

    # It didnt

    3. While configuring the Linksys Router change its IP address to something like 192.168.2.1.

    # I somehow managed to get to the linksys interface once by disabling the Lan connection and enabling it back. I could get to the linksys only in the time duration when the Lan connection is enabled back after disabling it.
    I changed the ip of linksys router to 192.168.22.1

    4. After configuring Linksys router, reconnect it back to D-link modem

    # I did

    5. Now D-link will be accessible from page 192.168.1.1 while Linksys will be accessible from 192.168.2.1

    #I could get connected to linksys by typing 192.168.22.1 only once. I added the network security code to my router
    Now again i can't get connected to my linksys router interface by typing 192.168.22.1

    Please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by technointellects View Post
    Thanks for the reply..but the solution didnt worked for me.
    1. Disconnect the D-Link modem from the Linksys router.

    # I did but still i get the DLink modem interface when I try 192.168.1.1 (even after refreshing several times)

    2. Now 198.162.1.1 will connect you to Linksys.

    # It didnt

    3. While configuring the Linksys Router change its IP address to something like 192.168.2.1.

    # I somehow managed to get to the linksys interface once by disabling the Lan connection and enabling it back. I could get to the linksys only in the time duration when the Lan connection is enabled back after disabling it.
    I changed the ip of linksys router to 192.168.22.1

    4. After configuring Linksys router, reconnect it back to D-link modem

    # I did

    5. Now D-link will be accessible from page 192.168.1.1 while Linksys will be accessible from 192.168.2.1

    #I could get connected to linksys by typing 192.168.22.1 only once. I added the network security code to my router
    Now again i can't get connected to my linksys router interface by typing 192.168.22.1

    Please help
    You are not doing somthing right. When I said, disconnect the D-link router, I meant that you computer should be connected to Linksys and D-link routre must be disconnected from the computer.

    If this is done, then there is no way you will get D-link web configuration page. How can it? It is not connected. Or else you must be getting it from the cache.

    Clear the cache.

    After this is done, follow one of my guides (sticky posts). I have mentioned UT-300R2U/WRT54G combination but the principles are same.
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    yes,make sure you press the refresh button!!

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    Thanks,,, it was very helpful.

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    Now it worked for me.

    The only mistake I was making was setting the routers IP Address to 192.168.22.1 . I tried changing it to 192.168.1.10 and it worked. No issues now

    Thanks for your response
    Last edited by technointellects; 27th February 2008 at 08:09 AM.

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    Smile configuring Linksys wireless router to BSNL modem

    Thank u for exlaining the procedure. Will try it out soon. A good writeup with pictures to supplement. Very helpful and easy to understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by technointellects View Post
    Now it worked for me.

    The only mistake I was making was setting the routers IP Address to 192.168.22.1 . I tried changing it to 192.168.1.10 and it worked. No issues now

    Thanks for your response
    I noticed that if I get connected to the Internet through ethernet I get speed about 110kbps down and 73 kbps up, but as soon as I switch to wireless the internet speed goes down remarkably to 53kbps down and 40 kbps up

    Please note that I am only using one PC right now

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    well i think its obvious wireles speeds are quite less compared to wired.. reasons being that you are far away from the wireless router etc

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