Question about ASUS RTG32 Router
After upgrading the firmaware of RT-G32 i am unable to connect to the internet via my modem.When i check using the ipconfig/all i can see the ip address assigned to wireless lan and also the gateway is there.But when i ping yahoo.com from command prompt my laptop is not able to resolve the DNS.In fact i am not able to ping the DNS ip from coomand prompt. Internet is working fine if i connect directly to isp modem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi I am using ASUS router
My asus rtg32 wifi wireless router is not getting connected to net. It shows connected (router with laptop) but its not connecting to net. I am not able to openany site. I m using BSNL connection. It shows no internet access.\r\n
Please suggest me what to do, what procedure to follow. Mine is windows 7 , 32bit OS
Posted on Feb 09, 2011
SOURCE: We have just bought an
You have to get the IP address of your internet service provide and once you type this IP address to the address bar. It will go you to menu set up of the router and set it up there. The encode the new password set up.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
SOURCE: Hi, I have got RTG32 router
Do you use a username and password provided by your ISP on the computer to connect to the internet? If yes, these need to be entered into the connection settings of the router. Are you connecting the internet line to the WAN port on the router? Did you install to your computer the ASUS utilities? Try the EZ Setup utility. You can download the manual from this link http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=gEbdYWdf5mjkJUKc
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
not sure if you are doing it right
your wireless router has 2 "sides" one is it's upload, it's wan network and that is where you should set DHCP - so that the router itself gets an ip from your LAN
other side is behind your wireless router and there DHCP should also be off. it would be best if you could put your router in bridged mode - just to extend your network over WIFI
Posted on Mar 09, 2012
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