Easylink Advisor Wizard...Currently not connected to the internet

By casiora ·
I used Easylink Advisor Wizard to install my WRT54G Wireless-G router, after the message "configuring your computer" for a few seconds then pop a new message "Currently not connected to the internet"

How come I'm not connected to the internet coz while Installing the said router I'm also surfing arround and checking my mails....please somebody help...

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Check the instructions again........

by ThumbsUp2 In reply to Easylink Advisor Wizard.. ...

... Especially the ones about how to plug in the cables.

If you are surfing, your computer is directly connected to the internet through some sort of modem (DSL, Cable, whatever) instead of being connected to the router. So, is the router connected to the modem at all?

If your ISP limits your connection to only one computer, you may need to have the router clone your MAC address which again means the computer you're surfing with must be connected to the router and not to the modem.

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No Probs on cable connection

by casiora In reply to Check the instructions ag ...

Thanks for the Tip THUMBSUP2.

Here's my connection before I started to configure:->"DSL Modem connected to Router(internet labeled hub)" then "router(hub number 1) connected to Laptop"

Then that's the time I started to configure WRT54G router using Easy Link Advisor which is my big probs regarding its message that there's no Internet connection.

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Ditch it

by seanferd In reply to No Probs on cable connect ...

If you have internet connectivity, you have obviously set up your computer-router-modem network successfully. You apparently did just fine without LELA, which produces odd problems like this, even when everything is operating normally.

Your specific issue:

Main forum board:

Generally, it works fine for some, not at all for others, and there is no apparent support for it.

Again, you've obviously managed just fine without extra software on your system. Router configs are actually pretty easy through the router's interface, if you need to change anything.

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