I bought an Asus rt-32 router for my Airtel broadband with BeeTel ADSL2+modem. My devices connect to the router, but there is no internet connection. Also my router indicates WAN connection, but no data transfer. Help!
Both of them have the same IP address that is always the problem, login to your asus router (read it's manual) by DIRECTLY connecting it to your PC via ethernet. I guess the LAN side IP would be 192.168.1.1 (usually). Then change the LAN side IP of Asus router to 192.168.100.1, Voila. That is it. You are done. Login to your modem, it's LAN side subnet should NOT be 192.168.100.x (usually never the defualt anyway). The WAN side ethernet port of your Asus will be connected to modem and get a DHCP address from modem. That will be in 192.168.1.x range. The LAN side of your Asus will be connected to your PC and will give out DHCP addresses in subnet 192.168.100.x. Don't worry if you use wifi, same instructions apply. Instead of accessing Asus over ethernet u can access via wifi but the IP you get will still be in subnet 192.168.100.x
thank u,that worked :)
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Is this a dial-in connection or does the modem connect to the internet automatically (on activity or always-on). Also, do you have an internet connection if you connect directly to the BeeTel modem?
If the modem dials in automatically and you do have internet connectivity while connected directly to the BeeTel modem then there is something wrong with the RT-32 setup for example the WAN settings could be wrong (wrong IP Adress or Gateway) or the DNS-Servers and Gateway address provided to your clients could be wrong.