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    Default Tikona Wireless setup for TD-W8951ND modem + router

    Hi,
    I have taken a new Tikona WiBro connection. The technician directly plugged the cable to my laptop. I need to change it to a wireless connection. I have a TP Link modem + router TD-W8951ND. Can someone explain me the steps to configure wi-fi?

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    Please see this link and hope you get some general idea.
    Win7 not getting IP from TIKONA DHCP either on ethernet or Wifi
    Follow steps mentioned in above.
    Select in Internet page. Dynamic IP
    Your model is almost similar to Binatone. wifi router.
    Feedback.
    Last edited by Admin; 9th September 2014 at 12:02 AM.

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    Thanks.

    How to go to WAN page? Is this during router setup?
    I connected the ethernet cable (which was directly plugged to laptop) to Modem LAN port. The WAN light is on.
    Now if I try to setup the router (using the setp guide), it says router not connected. Please help

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    Connect ONLY Router TD W8951ND to computer LAN port.
    Type 192.168.1.1. Id admin Pw admin
    1.
    Select Interface setup
    Select Internet.
    Select all PVC's one by one ( activated)
    Select Dynamic IP rest entries all auto.
    SAVE
    http://www.indiabroadband.net/attach...wifirouter.jpg
    2.
    Next LAN menu.
    DHCP activate 192.168.1. 2 to say 192.168.1.30 ( or default 254)
    Save>

    3.
    In wireless page
    Enter ssid Name channel 11
    Security key NO authentication ( for test purposes now )
    SAVE
    4.
    Open maintenance
    REBOOT from current settings..

    5.
    Now connect rj45 from tikona to Tplink LAN1
    From LAN2 to computer
    Test Lan mode wifi mode.
    Log in page of Tikona may open
    Feedback.

    Para two :
    Now if I try to setup the router (using the setp guide), it says router not connected. Please help
    Router practically being used as a SWITCH>

    Do you still have an ADSL BB connection ( Land line based )?
    or Test in a friend's connection.

    Feedback.

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    Thanks but I was unable to get through.
    I have followed ur instructions & I am attaching the screenshots.
    Currently, the tikona cable coming from terrace is connected to an adapter under POE port. In the another LAN port in the same adapter, a cord is connected to the laptop to access internet.
    As per ur instructions, I first connected the laptop to the LAN port of the modem+router. After setup, I connected cord coming from the adapter to another LAN port of the modem+router. Is this the correct way?

    Also, if I follow ur steps, will I be able to connect laptop to the wireless connection directly without having another computer/laptop?

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    TRY this :
    Where the wifi router does not have WAN/Internet port : 3in1

    You can try STATIC IP:
    Ip address 192.168.1.1 ( your Binatone modem )
    Subnet as given by Tikona. ( * from ipconfig /all)
    Gateway: Ip address as given by Tikona.
    Your computer IP address not to be entered.
    ( encapsulation : to be changed try LLC VC mux )
    When connected normally to Tikona:
    in computer:
    START RUN type cmd Ok
    New window:
    type ipconfig /all
    Get details for above.
    feedback.
    Tikona web site says for additional payment wifi mode can be activated.
    2
    Use PrtSc key to save the webpage as screen shot to harddisk.
    Edit with Paint or any Photo editor . ( reduce size and save as Jpg picture )
    Attach here as usual.
    Last edited by essbebe; 10th December 2011 at 08:07 PM.

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    Smile Thanks this worked

    Thanks this worked for me, only change was I needed to give a different static ip than the one given for modem. I have a dlink 3in1 modem (ADSL-LAN-Wifi): D-Link DSL-2750U Wireless N ADSL +4-port - Wifi router.

    Quote Originally Posted by essbebe View Post
    TRY this :
    Where the wifi router does not have WAN/Internet port : 3in1

    You can try STATIC IP:
    Ip address 192.168.1.1 ( your Binatone modem )
    Subnet as given by Tikona. ( * from ipconfig /all)
    Gateway: Ip address as given by Tikona.
    Your computer IP address not to be entered.
    ( encapsulation : to be changed try LLC VC mux )
    When connected normally to Tikona:
    in computer:
    START RUN type cmd Ok
    New window:
    type ipconfig /all
    Get details for above.
    feedback.
    Tikona web site says for additional payment wifi mode can be activated.
    2
    Use PrtSc key to save the webpage as screen shot to harddisk.
    Edit with Paint or any Photo editor . ( reduce size and save as Jpg picture )
    Attach here as usual.

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    Hey smshashi . Could you get back to me with detailed instructions on how to setup Tikona BB on the 2750U modem+router , since its predominantly a DSL router (?) . Any help would be appreciated , thanks !

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    HI I would like to attach the config file that we can export from the router. but unable to do so, since here we allow only images. You could have gone through this and update your settings. Send me an email and I will send you the file. My email id: shashi545 yahoo com

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    Convert your wifi router to only AP (Access Point)

    This is what we have to do: www tomshardware com/forum/36406-43-convert-wireless-router-wireless-access-point

    1) Enable Wifi, Give SSID and enable Wifi security.

    2) Go to Advanced Settings--> LAN --> Click the radio button "Disable DHCP Server". Change the IP Address to 192.168.1.253

    and now you should be able to connect through Wifi.

    I am using Tikona service, and my ipconfig /all after this looked like this:
    ===========================
    Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

    Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Home
    Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Intel(R) 82579LM Gigabit Network Connection
    Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 5C-26-0A-6E-4A-10
    Dhcp Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
    Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
    IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.2
    Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.1
    DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.1
    DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 113.193.12.14
    113.193.1.14
    Lease Obtained. . . . . . . . . . : Saturday, May 19, 2012 5:17:21 PM
    Lease Expires . . . . . . . . . . : Sunday, May 20, 2012 5:17:21 PM

    Ethernet adapter Wireless Network Connection:

    Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
    Description . . . . . . . . . . . : Intel(R) Centrino(R) Ultimate-N 6300 AGN
    Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 24-77-03-1C-7D-60
    Dhcp Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
    Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
    IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 1.23.203.209
    Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.240.0
    Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 1.23.192.1
    DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . : 113.193.12.15
    DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 113.193.12.14
    113.193.1.14
    Lease Obtained. . . . . . . . . . : Saturday, May 19, 2012 5:58:11 PM
    Lease Expires . . . . . . . . . . : Saturday, May 19, 2012 6:28:11 PM
    ===========================

    Best Regards
    Shashi

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    Red face LAN and Wifi setup for Dlink/NetGear on Tikona

    Follow these steps in this order, for setting up both as a LAN router and Wifi Access Point. Connect the LAN cable to LAN4 port on tikona and login to router ip (192.168.1.1) for doing these setup. After step5, you will have to log-off from your machine and log-in again.

    1_Layer2_ATM_Interface.png2_WAN_Service.png3_Wireless_Basic.png4_Wireless_Security.png5_Interface_Grouping.png6_LAN_Default.png7_LAN_WAN_Group.png8_LAN_Local_lan4.png9_IPV6.png

    After this the ethernet wire coming from Tikona should be connected to LAN1 port, and you can use wifi. Note that LAN4 port is used to connect to the router only (192.168.1.1) after this setup.

    Regards
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    Smile Simplified note about any modem Tikona wifi setup

    These steps should work for most modems. This is a simplified version of the steps given earlier:

    1) You need to disable DHCP server as in this: 7_lan_wan_group.png
    2) Change the IP address in the above screen to say 192.168.1.253
    3) In the WAN setup the type should be "Bridge" as shown here: 2_wan_service.png

    Quote Originally Posted by smshashi View Post
    Follow these steps in this order, for setting up both as a LAN router and Wifi Access Point. Connect the LAN cable to LAN4 port on tikona and login to router ip (192.168.1.1) for doing these setup. After step5, you will have to log-off from your machine and log-in again.


    After this the ethernet wire coming from Tikona should be connected to LAN1 port, and you can use wifi. Note that LAN4 port is used to connect to the router only (192.168.1.1) after this setup.

    Regards
    Shashi

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    I have a Cisco Linksys 54G Wireless-G Easy Router. I have recently bought a Tikona connection and would like to enable wifi mode for my other laptops. Could you help me through this st as i am able to do so.
    Thanks

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    I am not sure about your particular model. However the steps I gave above "Simplified note about any modem Tikona wifi setup" should work fine with most models. Can you please follow that and let me know if you still face issue.

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    Hi smshashi,

    In above you are setting LAN 1,2,3 and wlan0 in WAN.

    Suppose In LAN 1 wire came from tikona device is inseted, in LAN 2 wire came from desktop is inserted and other 2 laptops use wireless connection. but if tikona provides only 2 login at a time how can I access net on 1 desktop and on 2 laptops.

    as LAN 1,2,3 and wlan0(wireless) is in WAN interface.

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    Post i have only two tikona ip address and want use this with modem on other pcs reply

    i want this solution
    Quote Originally Posted by silverking View Post
    Hi smshashi,

    In above you are setting LAN 1,2,3 and wlan0 in WAN.

    Suppose In LAN 1 wire came from tikona device is inseted, in LAN 2 wire came from desktop is inserted and other 2 laptops use wireless connection. but if tikona provides only 2 login at a time how can I access net on 1 desktop and on 2 laptops.

    as LAN 1,2,3 and wlan0(wireless) is in WAN interface.

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    Cool Solve

    Quote Originally Posted by brijesh srivastav View Post
    i want this solution
    USE CONNECTIYFY share your desktop internet via wifi and connect your laptop or mobile no limit

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    Red face Solve using CONNECTIYFY software

    As Chandramouli has replied, use this mechanism:
    USE CONNECTIYFY share your desktop internet via wifi and connect your laptop or mobile no limit

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    Default Detailed Steps provided here with more clarity for Dlink (or any router) + Tikona

    I have given more detailed and better screenshots now. Please follow all these steps in this order and connect the LAN wire from the DATA IN side of your Tikona POE Adapter to the port1 (LAN1) of your Router. Check that the port 1 LED is blinking (on) and check that Wifi is ON. Run the ipconfig command in command prompt, this should show a valid ip addresss with right gateway populated and ip address similar to the gateway address.
    Troubleshoot: If any problem still, reset (disable/enable) the status of the Wifi connection from your laptop once and try ipconfig again.

    Now you should be able to open the tikona login page (1.254.254.254) and login to access internet.

    Advanced: You can use LAN ports 3 & 4 now to connect laptop to router admin page 192.168.1.1 and use LAN ports 1 and 2 to take and share internet (as per the interface grouping I have done in these screenshots)

    01_Advanced_Setup_Layer2_ATM.png02_Advanced_Setup_WAN_Service.png03_Wireless_Basic.png04_Wireless_Security.png05_Wireless_Bridge.png06_Interface_Grouping_Make_2Groups.png07_LAN_for_Default_Interface_Group.png08_LAN_for_WAN_Interface_Group.png09_tikona_status.jpg
    Quote Originally Posted by smshashi View Post
    Follow these steps in this order, for setting up both as a LAN router and Wifi Access Point. Connect the LAN cable to LAN4 port on tikona and login to router ip (192.168.1.1) for doing these setup. After step5, you will have to log-off from your machine and log-in again.

    1_Layer2_ATM_Interface.png2_WAN_Service.png3_Wireless_Basic.png4_Wireless_Security.png5_Interface_Grouping.png6_LAN_Default.png7_LAN_WAN_Group.png8_LAN_Local_lan4.png9_IPV6.png

    After this the ethernet wire coming from Tikona should be connected to LAN1 port, and you can use wifi. Note that LAN4 port is used to connect to the router only (192.168.1.1) after this setup.

    Regards
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    I have a question, Can i connect more than 2 devices using wifi after this setup for tikona using ADSL modem??

    How can i make tikona register the router Mac instead of each devices Mac?
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    Its the router's mac that Tikona will register and you can run as many machines behind the router as it can support.

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    Red face Multiple devices (more than 2) with Tikona Wifi

    I do not think its the router MAC that Tikona registers (atleast with an ADSL modem- not the one that Tikona provides). I searched for a post which mentions about a hack to use same MAC on different devices.
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    If you just think and dont know for a fact why go for so much hassel of mac cloning for all your devices? How about checking with Tikona themselves?

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    For me, while using ADSL modem, Tikona registers each devices Mac. So i cannot connect more than 2 devices. Is there any way to make it work for more than 2 devices - 2 cellphones,tablet and a laptop.

    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    If you just think and dont know for a fact why go for so much hassel of mac cloning for all your devices? How about checking with Tikona themselves?

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    @jigardoshi

    Please do all of us a favor here and give Tikona a quick call and tell them you would like to use a phone and another laptop as well and see what they say. I believe once you have a connection and a set bandwidth and you pay for it then Tikona has no business to tell you what to do with it as long as you are not abusing the system. It is normal for a houseold to have a few phones a tablet, laptops and a couple of desktops these days. If Tikona is telling you that you are not allowed to use more then two machines then you should rethink about your choice of ISP. That is my opinion.

    Sify used to have this thing about mac registration and all I had to do was set up a router and they registered the routers mac and I was able to connect as many things as I wanted to behind the router. I believe thats how it should be with Tikona as well.

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    Red face

    Tikona customer care is so neanderthal that its better not to talk to them. Most of us are struck with Tikona bcoz we do not have other better options in our area. For example in my area, there is no airtel. We can not go for dongle which is so unreliable. Only option is either tikona or BSNL. Its like choosing between our politicians, chose the better among the worst! So we are working around with the best possible options by getting around the system with MAC cloning etc. etc.
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    i have a beetel 440txi adsl2+ modem, can someone help me to configure it

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