I have read through the forums on trying to establish a connection to my model T and I have had no luck. I have unplugged and rebooted countless times both the router and Model T. My router is the Motorola SURFboard Gateway SBG6580 DOCSIS 3.0 Wireless N Cable Modem. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. The model T initially says that it is connected to my network and then drops within minutes. After that, I cannot even get the Model T to locate my network in the scan. Without getting into deep tech speak, what are the steps I should take in order of importance to get this thing working?
I have read through this thread many times: http://discourse.brewbit.com/t/model-t-wont-connect-to-my-wireless-network/21
-Ensure that your router is set to 802.11 b/g (2.4 GHz) Done
-Ensure that your router has DHCP enabled Done
-Ensure that MAC address filtering is disabled or that you put the Model-T's MAC into the filter Done
-Ensure that you are typing your WiFi password correctly - case matters! Done
-Try disabling WiFi security temporarily to see if you can connect I think I did this, but not sure how to in the surfboard gateway page
-Set your router's IP address to 192.168.1.1 I have tried this but it tells me that my guest network IP address is already assigned to this IP. I change my guest network IP and it rhows an error
-Try power cycling the router, waiting until it is fully booted, and then power cycling the Model-T Done
-Bring the Model-T close to the router (same room) to eliminate range issues Done
Thanks so much, I'm looking forward to using the Model T if I can ever get it to work. You'll have to excuse lack of techy knowledge.