Belkin modem/router not connecting

  MorningBard 13:57 15 Aug 2007
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I'm using a Belkin wireless modem/router 125Kb 802.11g to connect to the internet or I would if it did not say on it's website "no Connection". So far I have tried re inputting all the details in setting it up. Had the modem/router tested and is working ok. NIC card(Dlink dfc530tx) appears to be working ok as both green lights on it are on. Modem lights are all on and appropriate. If I check it's status in network connections it is sending and recieving.I have run IPConfig/Release and renew, but still no joy.
Some figures for you to look at
IP address 192.168.0.2
Sub net 255.255.255.0
Default gateway 192.168.0.254
primary DNS 192.168.0.254
secondary DNS 192.0.254
settings on the router website are
Lan Mac address 00.11.50.D3.20.B
IP Add 192.168.0.254
sub net 255.255.255.0
Dhcp enabled
Firewall and Nat enabled
UPnP Disabled
It is running on Channel 11
I also have data rate, noise margin, and output power and attuation figures if needed. Sorry this post is long winded any help suggestions would be most appreciated. One last thing in case it may have some bearing this was a network of 4 computers. The 3 on wireless gradually dropped off the network and the wireded one eventually lost connection too.
Thanks in advance Morningbard

  recap 14:40 15 Aug 2007
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"One last thing in case it may have some bearing this was a network of 4 computers"

Do you mean that the computers were all in a workgroup and connected to the router? If so what has happened to the workgroup?

  MorningBard 15:56 15 Aug 2007

Yes there were four computers in connected to the router. The work group is not longer there as when I reinstalled the router that connection was lost and i have taken them off the network. Just thought i'd mention that they were all on but just dropped off the network and would not connect before the main pc also lost it's connection.

  MorningBard 06:54 19 Aug 2007

Have I set you all a real poser?

  MorningBard 06:54 19 Aug 2007

Have I set you all a real poser?

  MorningBard 09:01 27 Aug 2007

recap i noticed from your reply you said "one last thing" this infers you had said something else if you did i did not get that part of your reply.

This problem is still persisting can anyone help me please any ideas gratefully accepted

thank you

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