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Old 18th October 2012, 10:44   #11 (permalink)
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Re: Ttnet router help!

Generally to set up wi-fi on a router you should first connect to it with an ethernet cable. I sometimes find it useful to turn off wi-fi on my PC during set-up.
Open your internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox or whatever) and enter 192.168.1.1 in the address field. This is normally the default address for all routers, although sometimes I have seen 192.168.2.1
You should see a screen asking you to log in to your router.
Try just pressing return, or OK etc without entering any username or password.
Assuming that you have got in there will be menus where you can choose your wireless network connections.
You can choose:
  • your security type (typically WAP2)
  • the wi-fi password that you want to protect your network with
  • the name that you want to give home network (SSID)
With luck you won't have to change anything else.

Trouble-shooting:
Sometimes when you connect by cable you can't get the router to respond: make sure wireless is off and restart the PC.
If the router doesn't let you in without a password you will need to get it from your supplier.
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Old 18th October 2012, 11:24   #13 (permalink)
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Re: Ttnet router help!

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Originally Posted by Lez Zetli View Post
Generally to set up wi-fi on a router you should first connect to it with an ethernet cable. I sometimes find it useful to turn off wi-fi on my PC during set-up.
Open your internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox or whatever) and enter 192.168.1.1 in the address field. This is normally the default address for all routers, although sometimes I have seen 192.168.2.1
You should see a screen asking you to log in to your router.
Try just pressing return, or OK etc without entering any username or password.
Assuming that you have got in there will be menus where you can choose your wireless network connections.
You can choose:
  • your security type (typically WAP2)
  • the wi-fi password that you want to protect your network with
  • the name that you want to give home network (SSID)
With luck you won't have to change anything else.

Trouble-shooting:
Sometimes when you connect by cable you can't get the router to respond: make sure wireless is off and restart the PC.
If the router doesn't let you in without a password you will need to get it from your supplier.

Nice reply Lez, I had the same problem earlier this year and finished up taking the router into TTnet shop and they set it up for me there.
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Re: Ttnet router help!

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Hi, I am not currently living in altinkum, i moved 4 weeks ago to south east turkey. I am having major problems with my new ttnet router and wondered if anyone could help, it is working but only by a wired connection have tried and tried to connect it wirelessly and its just not happening. Have searched the internet and tried to find something on there but its still not happening! have no idea what to do, ttnet are pretty useless themselves and basically i just want to set up the wireless. cant use the disk because i have netbook with no cd drive. have downloaded the same programme from the internet and that is not working either. please please help
As someone said ring Ttnet. 99 Is for English. Plug your Ethernet cable from you PC to your router (wired connection) and the will talk you through it. You won't need the CD just needs setting up.
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Re: Ttnet router help!

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Originally Posted by Lez Zetli View Post
Generally to set up wi-fi on a router you should first connect to it with an ethernet cable. I sometimes find it useful to turn off wi-fi on my PC during set-up.
Open your internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox or whatever) and enter 192.168.1.1 in the address field. This is normally the default address for all routers, although sometimes I have seen 192.168.2.1
You should see a screen asking you to log in to your router.
Try just pressing return, or OK etc without entering any username or password.
Assuming that you have got in there will be menus where you can choose your wireless network connections.
You can choose:
  • your security type (typically WAP2)
  • the wi-fi password that you want to protect your network with
  • the name that you want to give home network (SSID)
With luck you won't have to change anything else.

Trouble-shooting:
Sometimes when you connect by cable you can't get the router to respond: make sure wireless is off and restart the PC.
If the router doesn't let you in without a password you will need to get it from your supplier.
This is perfect advice. The new ttnet routers are 192.168.2.1, and if it doesn't let you in with no username and password...the default ttnet usually uses is:

username: admin
password: ttnet
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Re: Ttnet router help!

And for the record, ttnet sucks. I've had to fight with them endlessly to get a high speed connection, in the end I had to order Metrointernet, which is 5MB up/down but costs an insane 1400 TL / month. Same in Russia cost me 2000 roubles per month (60$).
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And for the record, ttnet sucks. I've had to fight with them endlessly to get a high speed connection, in the end I had to order Metrointernet, which is 5MB up/down but costs an insane 1400 TL / month. Same in Russia cost me 2000 roubles per month (60$).
Bloody hell . I pay 6.50 a month in UK. & that includes Mc Afee security.
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