Should I buy Linksys WRT120N Router for my AirTel Broadband Connection?

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  1. mrintech profile image60
    mrintechposted 10 years ago

    Should I buy Linksys WRT120N Router for my AirTel Broadband Connection?

    Hello Sir,

    I have AirTel Broadband Connection (2 Mbps) at my Home. I am having Beetel 220BXI ADSL2 + MODEM

    I want to buy Linksys Cisco WRT120N Router, so that I can make use of Wireless Internet on my Laptop.

    I read the guide you posted, but I am unable to understand it wrt IPCONFIG part.

    I have attached screenshots of my Laptop's IPCONFIG Page and Card Type.

    I request you to:

    1. Please tell me should I buy Linksys Cisco WRT120N Router? - It's in my budget
    2. How to configure AirTel + WRT120N+Beetel 220BXI MODEM?

    Please help your little brother

    Thanks a Lot and With Best Wishes smile

  2. technohugs profile image59
    technohugsposted 10 years ago

    Dear Karthick, i dont remember if i posted relevant to this specific topic any how it will be my pleasure to help you out in this regard..
    i will recommend you if you can purchase Linksys G series router... the price difference is very short between N series router and G series but whatever you purchase all routers behave the same basically for a regular average level user... just follow these steps to configure for any brand of router with your DSL Connection...

    1- Set your computer IP address to obtain Automatically
    2- Plug in your DSL wire to ADSL Port of router
    3- Connect via your WiFi card to router and let it obtain IP Address from Router
    4- Finish and start using

    Contact me if you further query or help required

  3. karthickjck profile image75
    karthickjckposted 9 years ago

    Hi Bro,

    Please go for WRT54G router which is more stable than WRT120N router. However, the range of the N router will be comparitively more.

    I have a WRT54G router which is stable for more than 3 years now since I have got it setup.

    Karthick Murugan

  4. profile image49
    KoloniaBikingsposted 8 years ago

    It's always to be known that two different units can certainly have exactly the same Ip address without having malfunction by any means, if they appear in different networking systems. ip address is probably the default IPs discovered to be in nearly all home broadband internet modems throughout their creation, but it's not something which is tough to modify. Actually, it is possible to put desirable network’s Ip depending on your ease and comfort from the administrator control system. The procedure is so simple as just typing in the default Ip in the address bar and you're prepared to organize your broadband internet wireless router the right way in the web browser alone.


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