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Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router (E900)


Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router (E900)


Wireless-N technology uses multiple radios to create a robust signal that travels farther and faster, with reduced dead spots.

  • Expanded wireless coverage — far more range than 802.11g products
  • All Ethernet ports support auto-crossover (MDI/MDI-X) — no need for crossover cables
  • Supports up to 128-bit wireless encryption and SPI firewall

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Question by softtoucher: How do you configure wireless linksys routers to allow static ip addresses on host computers?
I tried setting static public addresses on the pc’s but could not get to the internet. DHCP only distributes local Ip addresses. Is there a way to do this? When wired (router is 4 port) they get to the internet just fine.
How do you configure wireless linksys routers to allow static ip addresses on host computers?
I tried setting static public addresses on the pc’s but could not get to the internet. DHCP only distributes local Ip addresses. Is there a way to do this? When wired (router is 4 port) they get to the internet just fine. Again. The IP’s I am trying to use are public Ip addresses not local (192.168.0.x or 172.16.x.x or 10.x.x.x) addresses.

Best answer:

Answer by cuite
network

you conncet the ethernet cable to the back of the router on the port that is marked ethernet then you take the other end of the cable to the ethernet card on on the back of your pc you conncet it to the port marked ethernet

then you conncet the other cable to the back of the ruter port that is marked DSL then you take that cable to the modem box conncet it to the port marked on the modem marked DSL
then you conncet the modem cable box to your phoneline box
conncet the power cable to the router and put the power on
now you put in the cd driver that came with your router
and you install the network drivers
now you need to set up a network id & password on the router
you will be told how to do all that when you install the drivers & software for the router
when you have install the drivers and software fo r the router
your need to restart the pc
when your back at the desktop
you will see a network icon in the taksbar by the pc time
if it has a red X on it right click it and click on enable
if you dont see a network icon in the taskbar
click on start/control panel
click on
network and internet connections
icon
then click on network connections icon
now right click the
local Area connection
icon and click on properties
tick the box
show icon in notification ares when connected
tick the box
notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity

now click on
then authentication tab at the top

tick the box
enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for network
tick the box
authenticate as computer when infomatiion is available
then right click
local Area connection
and click on enable
now your router internet will log online with in 45 seconds
when your router is online you conncet your phoncable to the modem marked
phone

now when your router is online

then you need to get in the router home page and click on the wireles lan icon & click on configure

and you set up a network id for the laptop you call call your network id anything ,a name with numbers or letters with number
and a security wpa key not a wep key dont use that one use wpa key then click apply at the bottom when you have set up your network id and security wpa key

then you put a wireless usb adapter on the laptop you install the network drivers on the laptop for the wireless usb
then you click on the network icon in the taskbar by the time on the laptop right click on it go to properties then you click on view wireless networks then you click on advanced tab you put in the network id and security key that u set up on the router home back then you click apply & ok then you click on view wireless network’s your see your network id click on that then click on conncet

if you have a wireless card in the laptop just

click on the network icon in the taskbar by the time on the laptop right click on it go to properties then you click on view wireless networks then you click on advanced tab you put in the network id and security key that u set up on the router home back then you click apply & ok then you click on view wireless network’s your see your network id click on that then click on conncet

if your network cuts out at any time just right click the network icon by the pc time
and click on repair that is on the 2 computers you can do this then windows xp will repair the
network for you and it dont take long at all
if you cant set that up
your be better off if you get you (isp)server to help you set all that up

transfer files from pc2pc

have the 2 copmuters on the wirless network then
Dual login yahoo messenger files trasfer from pc 1 to pc 2

on pc 1 you login a yahoo id then on pc 2 you login another id
then you add to friends list then you get yahoo id 1 to pm yahoo id 2 then yahoo id pm back yahoo id 1 then you click on the send file icon then you send files from pc1 to pc 2
your send files over from pc 1 to pc 2 verry fast ,dont go in a chat room while your doing the file trasfer coz this will only slow down the trasfer

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What customers say about Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router (E900)?

  1. 52 of 53 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great performance, easy setup, outstanding value, May 1, 2012
    By 
    M. Erb (Syracuse, NY) –
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    This review is from: Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router (E900) (Personal Computers)
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    Customer Video Review Length:: 4:14 Mins

    I’ve used Linksys products for many years. Overall I’ve had a good experience with only a few technical support issues. I used several versions of the venerable WRT54G over the course of several years. Most recently I’ve been using the Cisco-Linksys E4200 Dual-Band Wireless-N Router which had more features than I really needed.

    So I was quite happy to receive the E900 which is at the bottom of the heap as far as features are concerned in the lineup of consumer routers by Linksys, but in all other regards, is a worthy wireless router at a very attractive price point.

    Installation was a 5-minute affair using the provided setup disc. It walks you through the easy steps to connect and setup your router. About all you have to do other than connect the ethernet cable and power supply is provide a new SSID name if you wish and a different password, if you wish. The setup software actually provides both a SSID and password for you so if you choose to accept the given name and password, you’re pretty much good to go. As my installer was completing, it informed me that an update was available for the router and once I accepted that, it proceeded to download and install the update. I didn’t have to do a thing.

    There is an issue though with the easy setup, and that is that the WIFI router passphrase and router admin password are sharing the same password. This is not secure and you should immediately use the web interface to change the admin passoword to something different.

    Now that I’ve had the router up and running I’m happy to report that the signal throughout my house is strong. Easily as strong as my previous Linksys E4200 and definitely better than the old WRT54G. The router’s small size makes it easy to place on my desk and I appreciate that current routers no longer have those ungainly antennas sticking out from the back.

    There are no blinking lights on the front face of the router to bother you however beneath each port on the back of the router, LED’s do provide assurance that data transfer is taking place and will help for potential troubleshooting in the future.

    I’ve got few if any complaints with this router. It’s performance has surprised me and exceeded my expectations. Unless you need the features that a more advanced router will provide such as gigabit ethernet, USB port for networked printer or hard drive, dual-bands, guest access, parental controls, etc, there is no need to spend more on a wireless router. This one will get the job done and won’t break the bank in the process.

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  2. 19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    (3.5 stars) A solid, basic router, but some should consider something a little more capable, May 11, 2012
    By 
    Snap, Crackle and Pop (United States) –
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    This review is from: Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router (E900) (Personal Computers)
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    THE QUICK TAKE: The E900 is an easy to use, well-made router suitable for basic routing and wireless needs. It’s recently released (2012), so it’s the latest evolution of Linksys routers. If you get a good deal on one, and your needs are limited, it may be a good match. Many people, though, can get a lot more router for not too much more than the regular price of this router.

    FULL REVIEW:

    Apparently making a wireless router that does what it’s supposed to do is very difficult, as demonstrated by thousands of reviews of routers on Amazon full of anger, frustration and disappointment.

    So the recent Linksys E series of routers are welcome on that count. They’re fairly simple to install and use, and work reliably. If your needs are simple – you want a wireless connection, over not too far of a distance – the Linksys E900 may work just fine.

    But the bar for speed, features and range is also getting raised all the time. Many people will do better by looking for a router with a few more features and capabilities than the E900 offers.

    GOOD SPEED: With 2 transmit and 2 receive antennas (2T2R, in the lingo), this router can achieve N speeds if you have the right adapter on your computer. In theory each antenna can handle 150 Mbps of traffic, thus the spec shows 300 Mbps. In practice, it’s much lower speeds – so you’re doing very well if you get 50-80 Mbps on a 2.4 Ghz band router.

    MODEST RANGE: Router range varies, depending on the transmit power; the antennas; and other factors. This router does best with shorter range applications.

    A LITTLE SHORT ON FEATURES: There are some features that are not available on the E900 that, even in a simple setup, you might find will be useful:

    – One of those is guest access – now that everyone who visits you is carrying around a wifi device or two, it’s nice not to have to give them your network password and access to your shared files. A guest setup lets someone get access to the internet, without having access to everything on your network.

    – The other feature is parental controls, which the E900 also lacks.

    ATTRACTIVE BUT INFLEXIBLE DESIGN: A lot of people will like the sleek design, and the fact that the lights are in the back (not on the front). Personally, I’d rather have the ability to configure the router in various ways – standing, turned, on its side – and this design limits that. I also like the option of hanging the router, something the design of the E900 doesn’t allow.

    IT TAKES TWO: Your connection will only be as good as both ends of the connection. Some laptops don’t come with the speediest wireless network adapters built in. So to make the most of this or any router, remember that you need a good wireless adapter on the computer the router is connected to. It’s usually fairly easy to change the little wireless card in a laptop if you want to upgrade the internal adapter.

    In particular, look at the antenna configuration of an adapter or laptop – often you’ll see something like 1T2R, or 1×2, which means there’s 1 transmit and 2 receive antennas. That will give good download speeds, but slower upload speeds (which may be fine for many people).

    LOOK AT THE CHANNEL AND NETWORK SETUP: Some reliable websites suggest that you may actually get more throughput using single-width (20 Mhz wide) channels for wireless N. It may be worth experimenting with. Similarly, it’s conventional wisdom that mixing G and N adapters will slow all the devices. That’s worth testing with your setup as well.

    Some router manufacturers have taken to putting a sticker on the router with the default IP address and username / password, I’ve found that useful.

    Bottom line, it’s a nice, simple router that should work well over short distances. You could do a lot worse. But, you could do better, too.

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  3. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good but only after the mystery is solved 😉, August 4, 2012
    By 
    KY

    This review is from: Linksys E900 Wireless-N300 Router (E900) (Personal Computers)

    I bought this router from the local walmart, choosing it over the less expensive belkin. Not only did it look cooler, i thought Cisco has a better name as well. The set up was a breeze and I had a wireless connection within 2 mins. But the speed was really really bad. I for sometime thought that it was because my broadband was slow. I was very close to returning this modem and buying the more expensive one, when I came across similar complaints on Amazon. A quick fix exists for this and following a few simple steps increased the speed from .3 MBPS to 20 MBPS. I checked out the following website [..]

    These are the steps given on this blog..

    Go to http://192.168.1.1 and login to your router. If you’ve never done this, look for instructions that came with your router or do a google search to find the default username and password.
    Find a page that has QoS settings. For the E1200, you need to click on “Applications & Gaming” and select the “QoS” sub-menu.
    Disable WMM Support.
    Click save.

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