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After the second-level routing is set up, the mobile phone cannot go online

Asked by: Edward Morris 297 views Phone & Tablet April 27, 2018

A master route connects three wireless routers to a secondary route. The computers under the three routes are in the same LAN. The computer can use the wireless connection WIFI to access the Internet, and the mobile phone can not access the Internet when connected to the WIFI. What is the reason?

18 Answers

  1. +4Votes  

    It should be your wrong setting

    Donald- April 27, 2018 |

  2. +1Votes  

    The settings are wrong

    Ward- April 27, 2018 |

  3. +2Votes  

    Problem set.

    Sarah- April 27, 2018 |

  4. +7Votes  

    Bridged router speed is slow, change to advanced routers

    Stephen King- April 27, 2018 |

  5. +8Votes  

    Set up the IP.

    Reset it again

    Dennis King- April 27, 2018 |

  6. +4Votes  

    Wireless signals are constantly attenuated, and the last and farthest one cannot access the Internet normally.

    Barbara- April 27, 2018 |

  7. +6Votes  

    Is your router broken?

    Diane Roberts- April 27, 2018 |

  8. +1Votes  

    The IP address of the secondary router is not set correctly. The IP addresses of the three routers must be distinguished.

    Linda- April 27, 2018 |

  9. +1Votes  

    The computer can theoretically access the Internet. The phone should also be able to access the Internet. Check the router settings to see if there is a limit there.

    Joshua Cooper- April 28, 2018 |

  10. +2Votes  

    There is a problem with the set parameters. Come back again

    George Moore- April 28, 2018 |

  11. +3Votes  

    There is a problem with the settings

    Diane Moore- April 28, 2018 |

  12. +1Votes  

    The reason that the network speed is too slow or the router connection is set to restrict the speed or prohibit some devices from accessing the Internet.

    Joyce- April 28, 2018 |

  13. +7Votes  

    That’s because the router is broken!

    Rebecca Green- April 28, 2018 |

  14. +4Votes  

    Check the settings to see if there is a limit.

    Angela White- April 28, 2018 |

  15. +4Votes  

    You can go online and you can set it up again

    Paul- April 29, 2018 |

  16. +2Votes  

    Can you come before? Check the network connection if it is a new router

    Amy- April 29, 2018 |

  17. +3Votes  

    The main route distributes the IP to the secondary route. The secondary route allocates different IPs to the mobile phones. The secondary routed computers can access the Internet. The mobile phone cannot access the Internet. It should be the problem of the mobile phone, or the IP allocation of the secondary route. Limit the upper limit, your mobile phone can’t even connect.

    Gary Thompson- April 29, 2018 |

  18. +2Votes  

    1, First of all, you need to connect the level 1 router’s network cable to the secondary router’s WAN port, and then enter the secondary router’s setup interface (eg, 192.168.1.1) to set up the connection network according to the setup wizard (automatic detection = Dynamic IP). Then pull the WAN port of this network cable. 2, using a computer to connect to the second-level router to enter the settings interface, click the LAN port settings, the second-level routers and a router’s IP segment is set in a different segment, such as secondary settings (192.168.10.1), a set to default (192.168.1.1), generally do not set a router, keep the default on the line. Then restart the secondary router (reset it once after setting LAN port, it’s important!). 3. Connect the LAN cable from the Level 1 router’s LAN port to the LAN port of the Level 2 router (not the WAN port, which is important!), and then go to the Level 2 router’s configuration interface. Then select the DHCP setting option, and then turn off the DHCP service. Restart. In conclusion, I also failed to obtain IP on my secondary router WIFI connection. I tried my best for a long time before attempting to succeed. Other users said that setting up a static IP connection was successful, but found that the connection was unstable and affected the network experience. Some other netizens said that setting wireless passwords and SSID broadcasts failed. Therefore, the most important thing here is to first change the IP address of the secondary routing LAN port, connect the network and set the wireless function of the router, and then restart it once, then enter the settings to turn off the DHCP function and restart. This step before and after is very important.

    Jessica Edwards- April 29, 2018 |