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  1. 1. 2 Configure the PCs ® A Division of Cisco Systems, Inc. D For Windows 98, Millennium, and XP There are two ways to configure the Router. Choose one of the following: Repeat this step to connect NOTE: Before setting up the using the default interface, refer to additional PCs or other network Router, make sure your PCs are the User Guide on the Setup CD-ROM • Run the Setup CD-ROM - It is strongly recommended that you use the devices to the Router. configured to obtain an IP (or or your Windows documentation. Setup CD-ROM to install the Router. Insert the Setup CD-ROM into the E TCP/IP) address automatically CD-ROM drive, and follow the on-screen instructions. Connect a different Ethernet from the Router. The following instructions apply only network cable from your cable to Windows 2000 or XP using the • Use this Quick Installation guide - If you wish, you can use the Router’s or DSL modem to the Internet Classic interface (in which the icons web-based utility to install the Router. Proceed to Step 1, and follow the port on the Router’s back E and menus look like previous Win- Quick Installation’s instructions. panel. This is the only port that dows versions). will work for your modem con- nection. A Click the Start button. Select F 1 Settings and click the Control Connect the AC Power Connect the Broadband Router Panel icon. Double-click the Adapter to the Power port and Network and Dial-up the other end into an electrical A Connections icon. outlet. Before you begin, make sure B that you have the setup infor- B G Select the Local Area Connec- Power on the following devices mation for your specific type of tion icon for the applicable F in this order: cable or DSL Internet connection. The instal- Ethernet adapter (usually it is modem, Router, and PCs. lation technician from your ISP the first Local Area Connection should have left this informa- H listed). Double-click the Local Make sure the Power and Inter- IMPORTANT:Make sure to use the tion with you after installing Area Connection. Click the net LEDs on the front panel power adapter that is supplied your broadband connection. If Properties button. light up green. with the Router. Use of a differ- not, you can call your ISP to ent power adapter could damage request the settings. C I Make sure the box next to Inter- The Power LED will flash green the Router. Package Contents B net Protocol (TCP/IP) is checked. for a few seconds when the • One Wireless-G Broadband Router Make sure that all of your net- C Highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/ • One Power Adapter Router goes through its self- work’s hardware is powered off, • One Ethernet Network Cable IP), and click the Properties but- diagnostic test. This LED will stay including the Router, PCs, and • One Setup CD-ROM with User Guide and ton. solid when the self-test is com- cable or DSL modem. Norton Internet Security plete. If it does not stop flash- • One Quick Installation D C • One Registration Card Select Obtain an IP address ing, refer to “Appendix A: Connect one end of an Ether- automatically. Once the new Troubleshooting” of the User net network cable to one of 2.4 GHz Wireless-G window appears, click the OK Guide on the Setup CD-ROM. the ports (labeled 1-4) on the button. Click the OK button back of the Router, and the 54Mbps Proceed to Step 2. again to complete the PC con- other end to an Ethernet port Broadband Router figuration, then restart your on a PC. D computer. Quick Installation Wireless C Proceed to Step 3. Model No. Model No. WRT54G
  2. 2. 3 4 Configure the Broadband Router G These instructions will show you how Internet Configuration Type Select the Wireless Network same channel in order to func- NOTE: For more advanced set- to configure the Router. You only Mode: tion correctly. tings and security options, refer need to configure the Router once Automatic Configuration - DHCP: If J to the User Guide on the Setup D1 using any computer you have set you are connecting through DHCP Mixed: If you have Wireless-G and Wireless SSID Broadcast. When CD-ROM. up. or a dynamic IP address from your 802.11b devices in your network, wireless clients survey the local ISP keep this default setting.(D1) , then keep the default setting, area for wireless networks to Mixed. associate with, they will detect A Static IP: If your ISP assigns you a the SSID broadcast by the Open your web browser. Enter static IP address, select Static IP G-Only: If you have only Wireless-G Router. To broadcast the http://192.168.1.1 in its Address from the drop-down menu. Com- devices, select G-Only. Router's SSID, keep the default field. Press the Enter key. A plete the Internet IP Address, Sub- setting, Enable. If you do not B G net Mask, Gateway, and DNS B-Only: If you have only Wireless-B want to broadcast the Router's A password request screen will D2 M fields. You need to enter at least devices, select B-Only. SSID, then select Disable. appear. Leave the User Name one DNS address. (D2) field empty, and enter the K Disable: If you want to disable Change these settings as default password, admin, in PPPoE: If you are connecting wireless networking, select Disable. described here and click the lowercase letters in the Pass- through PPPoE, select PPPoE from Save Settings button to apply word field. (For added security, H the drop-down menu. Complete Wireless Network Name (SSID). your changes. you should later set a new the User Name and Password The SSID is the network name password, using the Adminis- For additional information or troubleshooting L D3 fields. (D3) shared among all points in a Restart your computer. tration tab’s Mangagement help, refer to the User Guide on the Setup CD- ROM. You can also call or email for further wireless network. The SSID must screen of the web-based util- M support. PPTP: PPTP is a service used in be identical for all points in the Test the setup by opening your ity). Then click the OK button. Europe only. If you are using a PPTP wireless network. It is case-sen- web browser from any com- 24-hour Technical Support C connection, check with your ISP for sitive and must not exceed 32 puter and entering The web-based utility will 800-326-7114 characters (use any of the http://www.linksys.com/regis- the necessary setup informa- appear with the Setup tab (toll-free from US or Canada) characters on the keyboard). tration. tion.(D4) E-mail Support selected. If requested by your support@linksys.com Make sure this setting is the D4 ISP (usually cable ISPs), com- E Website When you are finished entering same for all points in your wire- plete the Host Name and http://www.linksys.com or Congratulations! The installation of your Internet connection set- less network. For added secu- Domain Name fields. Other- http://support.linksys.com Wireless-G Broadband Router is tings, click the Save Settings rity, you should change the wise, leave them blank. RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) complete. button to save your changes. default SSID (linksys) to a http://www.linksys.com/support D FTP Site unique name. For the Configuration Type set- F ftp://ftp.linksys.com To configure the Router for your ting, four connections types I Sales Information wireless network, select the Wireless Channel. Select the are offered through the drop- 800-546-5797 (800-LINKSYS) Wireless Tab’s Basic Wireless appropriate channel from the down menu. Each Setup Settings screen. list provided to correspond with screen and available features Linksys is a registered trademark or trademark of your network settings. All Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. will differ depending on which and certain other countries. Copyright © 2003 devices in your wireless network connection type you select. Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. C Quick Installation must be broadcast on the WRT54G-v1.1-QI-30731NC-BW Model No.

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