20 Most Recent 2wire HomePortal 1800HG Router (1000400229000) Questions & Answers


check your file sharing settings, you might have your settings set to not allow file share.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Apr 09, 2017


the password is usually (factory) - 2wire

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Feb 03, 2014


Hvae you tried setting tie network manually in Ubuntu?
Network Manager is used in many sections of this guide - you can find it:
  1. In SystemAdministrationNetwork
  2. In the Notification Area. Its icon resembles two computer screens on top of each other, or a wireless signal indicator if you are connected to a wireless network.
Connecting using Wireless in Network Manager Network Manager (SystemAdministrationNetwork) supports Roaming mode. This allows you to connect to any available wireless network in range.
  1. In the Taskbar click the Network Manager icon.
  2. Select your wireless network from the list.
  3. Enter your Network Key.
  4. Click Connect.
Connecting to a hidden network
  1. Left click the Network Manager icon in the system tray.
  2. ClickConnect to Hidden Wireless Network
  3. In the network name text box enter the ESSID you are connecting to.
  4. Select the type of security used from the drop down list.
  5. Click Connect.
This section is about setting up an ADSL Internet connection using an ethernet PPPoE modem.
You will require a subscription with an Internet Service Provider, and an installed, functional Internet connection. Most modems have a light which will be lit if it is currently connected to the Internet. You will also need your username and password for the Internet account.
Setting up PPPoE To set up the modem:
  1. Open a terminal (ApplicationsAccessoriesTerminal)
  2. In the terminal, type
    sudo pppoeconf
  3. A text-based menu program will guide you through the following steps:
    1. Confirm that your Ethernet card is detected.
    2. Enter your username.
    3. Enter your password.
    4. If you already have a PPPoE Connection configured, you will be asked if it may be modified.
    5. Popular options: you are asked if you want the “noauth” and “defaultroute” options and to remove “nodetach”. Choose Yes.
    6. Use peer DNS - choose Yes.
    7. Limited MSS problem - choose Yes.
    8. When you are asked if you want to connect at start up, you will probably want to say yes.
    9. Finally you are asked if you want to establish the connection immediately.
  4. Once you have finished these steps, your connection should be working.
Starting the connection To start your ADSL connection on demand, in a terminal (ApplicationsAccessoriesTerminal) type:
sudo pon dsl-provider Stopping the connection To stop your ADSL connection, in a terminal (ApplicationsAccessoriesTerminal) type:
sudo poff dsl-provider Hope this helps.If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

I’m happy to assist further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/joe_8b8c2cd6ce148309

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Mar 14, 2013


You can find a detailed walkthrough of setting up wireless connections on your 2wire here.

If this helped you then please help me and vote kindly, thank you

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jan 09, 2013


To connect your computer to a wireless router, you click the Refresh network list, then Choose your wireless network and then click Connect to your secured Wireless Network, it will asks for a Network Key before allowing you to connect into your wireless network. This Network Key is either the WEP, or WPA or WPA2 Encryption key that is used to configure the Wireless Router. The Passphrase is an alternate way to setup the Encryption key.
When you are requested for a Network Key, you can just enter the Passphrase that was used to configure the Encryption key in the wireless router. http://www.fixya.com/support/r5270415-network_password_network_address For information on securing your wireless network, configuring the wireless router and configuring the wireless card in the laptop/computer, please click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Aug 13, 2012


I had exactly the same problem. Check your mtu settings on the 2wire. I think the modem is set at 1450 (or there abouts) An article (sorry can't find a link) suggested raising it to 1500 this didnt work for me so I started reducing it instead. Once i set it at 1400 mtu I was able to log on to secure sites again. Hope this helps.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jun 07, 2011


Make sure that the computer that you want to telnet to is running the telnet service, and that the firewall on that PC (if using XP/Vista/Win7 and it is switched on, or you have a third party software firewall installed) allows connections to the telnet server.

From the other computer you should be able to just run telnet [destination IP address] and press enter (may need to install telnet client on Windows 7)

Hope that helps

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Oct 16, 2010


You can measure the power cord voltage with a voltmeter. The specifications, and voltage output are on the transformer, or modem body. If you don't have a voltmeter, you can take the power supply into Best Buy, Radio Shack, or any computer shop, and they'll measure it for you. If the voltage is ok on the power supply, chances are you have a bad modem, in which case you'd be better off getting a new one. Hope this helps.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on May 14, 2010


1.check the status page in the router and look at the listed devices on the LAN

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Apr 21, 2010


You will need to change the wireless security code on your router.
If your neighbor has the wep code then you can change the code on your router.
Is there any computer connected to the router with the Ethernet cable?
If not then you will need to connect the computer to the router with the cable.
Check the IP address on the computer. Open the router set up page.
Once you open the set up page, you will find the option to make it secured

Click Here
for step by step instructions

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jan 25, 2010


Have you tried removing all security protocols on the 2wire and trying to connect?

Good Luck!

Jesse

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jan 05, 2010


Are you trying to set up the router ?
You can set up the router manually without the disc or the software.
Click Here for step by step solutions

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Nov 06, 2009


For that open internet explorer and go to tools ->internet option.
then go to security .Then trusted zone.
Add your secure sites in trusted zone.
Then set low security for that sits.Then apply and ok.
Then restart internet explorer.
Then check.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
Thanks.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Oct 31, 2009


Oh my ... This is a question where I dont have to ask for more information.

Pleae connect your desktop to the router using a Cat 5 ethernet cable. I'm not a fan of USB connection for networks ... Ethernet works so much better. Do this even if you have to add a NIC to your computer.

You may find some benefit from using Network Magic, free to download and evaluate. You may like it as much as I do and pay for full extended use NM can perform all your network administrator duties. (I have 5 interconnected networks in my house that connect more than 20 computers)

Thanks for using FixYa.com

Positive comments always welcome

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2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Oct 28, 2009


Usually that is due to a virus or P2P software. You can turn it off if you want.

Logging into your 2wire by typing 192.168.1.254 in the address bar of your browser.
Click on the firewall tab then advanced settings
You will see attach detection on the right hand side
Uncheck the box for "excessive sessions" box
Then hit save.


2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Sep 21, 2009


There are possibilities of network broadcast on your network, that choks the firewall. The next time when you have this problem, try isolating the machines one by one & narrow down the issue.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jul 24, 2009


What you can do, is take the HPNA adapter from the back of the computer and plug the phone cable portion of it directly to the 1800hg's phone port. Since your 1800hg only has 1 phone port though it will not surf the internet, but this is a suggestion to try to make sure the inside wiring in your house is not bad. If you do this though your computer should say its connected, if it doesnt then it could be a driver issue or the phone cable in the HPNA adapter (try a new one then). If its the driver then try support.2wire.com for the regular usb drivers.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jul 12, 2009

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