My set-up I have a VM Hub 3 running with an ethernet connection from LAN to LAN port on an Asus RT-AC3200 at the other end of the house which is set up in access point mode to improve wi-fi coverage.We are running 3 or 4 wireless devices from the wi-fi. I know enough to set this up - with lots of help from online folks like you but not enough to fix it!
My problem This was all working fine for a few weeks and now is not working (I haven't changed anything).When I try to join the wi-fi via the Asus access point (at that end of the house) I get a wi-fi signal but I cannot join.Error = “Connected, no internet access”.
Settings on the Hub 3 router are: IP address: 192.168.0.1 Wireless security: WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK Wireless MAC filtering disabled DHCP enabled, starting address: 192.168.0.3 Number of CPEs 244
Settings on Asus RT-AC3200 are: Set in Access Point mode (so DHCP and Firewalls both off) IP address: 192.168.0.2 SSID and Password identical to Hub 3 router above DNS server 1: 22.214.171.124 DNS server 2: 126.96.36.199
Things I have tried:
Powering down both Hub 3 and Asus access point and starting up (tried different orders of starting up one and then the other first). Didn’t work.
Factory reset to the Asus router and changing factory settings back to the above. Didn’t work.
Checking settings on both router and access point via GUIs - all look fine.
Changing ethernet cable between Asus access point and Hub 3. Didn’t work.
Calling VM helpline.It did an automatic reset thing. Didn’t help.
I can ping the Asus access point on the above IP address and it shows up on Asus Device Discovery software.
Anyone got any other suggestions for how to troubleshoot this please? Happy to provide other info if helpful. Thanks, PC
Thank you for the reply Tudor. My VM hub 3 was set on channel optimisation but I've now changed it to manual. The 2.5 GHz is now set to 11. On the Asus access point it is set to 6 (and has been all along). No improvement on moving this to manual but thanks for the suggestion.
Usually, the Hub's default DHCP starting range starts at 192.168.0.10, have you change this.?
A bit of a long shot, but I would try giving the Asus a static IP of something like 192.168.0.240 which would take it out of the normal IP addresses issued and any IP addresses have reserved for future uses like telephony. This would rule out that VM have been doing any Ninja updates. It might be worth testing with the Asus set to obtain IP and DNS addresses automatically to rule out IP conflicts.
I take it you hav tested the internet connection with a wired device.
Sorry I wasn't clear - original problem was internet working on wired ethernet connection and via wi-fi from Hub-3 - just no connection via access point.
I hadn't realised/noticed there was an option on the ASUS settings to "get LAN IP automatically" and "Connect to DNS server automatically". I also hadn't noticed that the Hub 3 DHCP range was originally 192.168.0.10. I'd been following other online suggestions of having the access point allocated to 192.168.0.2 and must have rushed in to mmaking changes.
Anyway - tried the automatic LAN IP and LAN DNS settings for the Asus AP together with fixing the DHCP range on the Hub 3 and this (together with the helpful suggestion below to try different SSIDs for each device when initially setting up) appears to have cracked it.
Thanks for the prompt responses. Really helpful and really appreciated.
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Wireless routers are terribly simple to line up... Steps to setup wireless router are as follows :-
-> Connect your router with any PC/Laptop exploitation local area network cable. -> Open browser and sort 192.168.1.1 within the address bar. -> If it asks for username and secret enter as:- Username - admin secret - admin -> The default setting page can open when pressing enter key. -> set up your settings by following the directions provided. -> Set a secret for security (WPA2) if you would like one. -> Save your settings and exit the page.
By following the higher than mentioned steps you'll be able to set up any router no matter it's complete... Hope it helps... 🙂🙂