USTech whole house router

Linksys Wap610n wireless-n access point...
February 11, 2010 at 05:08:19
Specs: Windows 7
I have a whole house UStech router installed.
The cable comes in from the out side of the
house to the UStech box and is routed
throughout the house. So all outlets in the
house are wired to cable for computers. I
need to install wireless so I can run my
laptop, ps3 and streaming tv. Is the Linksys
WAP610N router access point router what I
need. I guess the real question is an "access
point router" what I need is a so it does not
conflict with the USTeck router. Also would
the set up involve anything special to talk to
the UStech so I could run what ever was in the
house that needed wireless,example when
family comes over and they want to us the
wireless connection. Also by the fact all
outlets are running to the UStech box can I
plug the access point router into any outlet or
does it have to be plugged into one of the
USteck ports in the box.

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#1
February 11, 2010 at 07:49:48
I've never heard of a "whole house UStech router" and a quick google search of "US Tech Router" yielded nothing but a single link to this question of yours. A google search of "USTech router" yielded nothing at all

So, before we go any further, how about some details like: Make and exact Model of your device. If possible, a link to the manufacturer's website as well. Preferably to the page that has the specificiations (specs) of the device.


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#2
February 12, 2010 at 01:32:09
Inside the UStech box mounted on the wall it says"UStech Internet router/firewall TP-IPR8 It has tow sets of lan ports 1-4 and 5-8.
Thanks

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#3
February 12, 2010 at 05:00:03
Your so-called USTech whole house router is actually UStec router TP-IPR8. The website www.ustecnet.com appears to have disappeared from the face of the earth. The only thing I can find about this router is mentioned in the UStec Residential Structured Wiring User Manual (CLICK ME)

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#4
February 12, 2010 at 12:43:22
OK looks just about like the picture on page 54. Page 69 is the router. Page 83 is the amplified coax module CX-AMP8. Page 88 is the TP Module TPDM10B.
Page 89 is Computer 10/100 Ethernet switched router module TP-IPR8. Page 87 Power supply module UX-DC6.2.

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#5
March 24, 2010 at 05:15:18
I would log into the ustec router (type the gateway ip of your PC
into a browser) 192.168.1.1 I think. Under the Lan settings
uncheck use DHCP server. Connect your cable modem to the
far better wrt400n routers WAN port and connect 1 of the LAN
ports of the wrt400n to any of the UStech lan ports. Set the
400n router to a lan ip 192.168.1.254 and use a dhcp pool from
192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.253. Nothing is pluged into the UStec
wan port

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