How to remove the communications gap between readynet router and the network?
I'm trying to add ReadyNet AC1200M wireless router within an intranet in order to get wireless access within our little area of the building. I can set it up, connect to it and get a wireless signal (with access to the internet connection). My problem is, I'm trying to gain access to network drives. The router is setup with no DHCP for local computers, but automatically obtaining an IP from the network. The IPs of the network start at 10.0.0.x The subnet masks for both the router and the network are the same (255.255.255.0). How do I bridge the communications gap between the Readynet router and the network?
To bridge the communications gap between the Readynet router and the network, make sure you have a broadband cable or DSL connection.
Add Readynet Wireless Router to Your Network
Choose a standard wireless standard. Generally, there are four different standards commonly used at this time, which are: A, B, G, and N.
Connect the Readynet router to the ethernet cable from the broadband modem and turn the router on. If the modem is working properly then your router will automatically broadcast the wireless signal.
Note, you have to manually input the IP configuration that is given to you by your ISP.
Keep in mind that you will also need a wireless adapter for the computer as well if not already installed or built into the computer. It is recommended by experts to use the same brand name router and adapter.
Be sure to secure your wireless network, by turning on the WEP or WPA encryption, changing the administrator password, and adding MAC filtering.
Connect Readynet router to internet -
Connect your modem to the internet port of the Readynet router and your computer to any of the four LAN ports.
Switch the computer, Readynet router, and cable modem, off and on again. Wait for few moments so that all devices can boot.
Open a web browser and type the Readynet router's IP address in the address bar.
Click Setup Wizard. Now you will see Setup Wizard screen. For cable internet connections, the Setup Wizard detects Dynamic IP. Next, save the changes by clicking on Save button. To check if you are connected to the internet, select Router Status under Maintenance. Look at the IP Address field to see if you have a valid IP address (that is, not blank or filled with zeroes, such as 0.0.0.0).
If you have any query then call at Readynet Router Technical Support Number.