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Correct method to connect to utstarcom WA3002G4 modem/router using Ethernet

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    Default Correct method to connect to utstarcom WA3002G4 modem/router using Ethernet

    Hi,

    What is the correct procedure to connect to BSNL's UTStarcom WA3002G4 admin using your laptop and Ethernet cable (Not wireless)?

    I have gone crazy trying to do this. I can connect to the admin using the Wireless by typing 192.168.1.1.

    But when I try to connect using the provided LAN cable in the Modem box, It will not work. I am using a Dell Inspiron 15R laptop, and have plugged one end of the cable to the LAN port on the Modem/Router and the other to the Laptops LAN port. But I keep getting 'Network Cable unplugged' all the time. In the modem, I have 'Enable DHCP' checked. I also have selected 'Obtain IP address automatically' But still nothing works when I type 192.168.1.1.

    It will work if I connect using wireless.

    Could there be a problem with the Modem or Laptop? Or am I missing settings somewhere. What is the right method to do this? Any help will be greatly appreciated. I need to check the LAN ports so I can hand this modem to someone else.

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    Hi, Can anyone help?

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    Exclamation Did you got it fixed?

    I have the same problem, trying to use the 4 LAN ports provided in the WA3002G4. I am able to connect to internet successfully via Wireless but when i connect PC to any of these 4 ports, it is not getting the IP address. I have enabled the DHCP server though in the LAN configuration.

    I did even tried disabling the "Wireless Enable" option. I had tried configuring the IP address manually as well, but it is not working.

    Any help here if you have worked around this would be great. Thanks in advance.

    Quote Originally Posted by normanp View Post
    Hi,

    What is the correct procedure to connect to BSNL's UTStarcom WA3002G4 admin using your laptop and Ethernet cable (Not wireless)?

    I have gone crazy trying to do this. I can connect to the admin using the Wireless by typing 192.168.1.1.

    But when I try to connect using the provided LAN cable in the Modem box, It will not work. I am using a Dell Inspiron 15R laptop, and have plugged one end of the cable to the LAN port on the Modem/Router and the other to the Laptops LAN port. But I keep getting 'Network Cable unplugged' all the time. In the modem, I have 'Enable DHCP' checked. I also have selected 'Obtain IP address automatically' But still nothing works when I type 192.168.1.1.

    It will work if I connect using wireless.

    Could there be a problem with the Modem or Laptop? Or am I missing settings somewhere. What is the right method to do this? Any help will be greatly appreciated. I need to check the LAN ports so I can hand this modem to someone else.

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    But since you said that the ur lappy is saying Network cable unplugged , probably your lappy's NIC is faulty OR try a different LAN cable just to be sure.
    Maybe you have changed your modem's IP.
    If you are on Windows, Follow these steps:
    Press Windows+R > type in cmd and enter > Type ipconfig /all > Search for Default Gateway > Note down that ip.
    That ip is your modem's ip address. Enter it in any browser..
    Keep updating about further developments.
    Cheers.

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