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Assuming you have connectivity to the router, 1st click start/programs/accessories/command prompt. Command prompt will be a medium sized box that pops up. Will look like this where you start typing: C:\user\computers name>_ just start typing, don't hit the space bar and type exactly what I type. ipconfig
7 lines down, there will be a line saying "DEFAULT GATEWAY. . . . . . . . . . . .192.168.1.1 The 192.168.1.1 could be different. Write it down if you can't remember it. Open your internet browser and type this number into the url bar( this is where you would type something like http://www.google.com at) This number will get you into the DSL router. I haven't been in this router in a long time, so my memory is a little sketchy. You should be able to access the connection page and manually make a connection. Now this all depends on weather or not you have DSL sync with modem back to the phone co. If you can get here and you have connectivity with a solid DSL light, you shoud be able to surf. Also, from the command prompt, you can test your connection to the router by typing : ping 192.168.1.1 or what ever the default gateway is.(there's a space in between ping and the 1) If you can ping the router anf the connection looks solid from inside the router, test from the command prompt to see if you can ping outside the network. Type ping www.google.com It should give you 3 replies from the site. If this happens and you still can't surf, then you have firewall settings set to high or more troule shooting is needed.
Do you have a cable connection kyle? i think you're using a vista operating system. Click on START, in start search bar type CMD then you'll see the command prompt as a search result. Right click and run as administrator. When you have command prompt, try to ping any website, for example www.yahoo.com. if you're able to ping yahoo that means your connected. If not do IPCONFIG, check your IP address and call your ISP, ask them if its a valid IP that they're giving out.
Unplug the power to the modem and the USB cable. Plug in Ethernet cable in computer and plug in the modem. Wait for WAN side of the modem to connect and stabilize. If your PC is already on, you should see the network connection appear in the task bar (if it's configured to show up). Open a command prompt. Type 'ping 192.168.1.1' and press Enter. You should get 4 ping responses from the modem which indicates that you LAN connection to the modem is functional.
Let me know if this doesn't work and I'll guide you through other methods to get it working.
I HAVE SOLVED THIS PROBLEM. before installing this driver uninstall all motorolla driver. and install only charging driver.
after then install the driver file named 'moto_w230_gprs.inf' (available on internet) on same port on which charging driver is installed yhen write the code" AT+CGDCONT=1,"IP","INTERNET" in extra initialization string on modem. (internet is access point network) use another if u have other networks
set the baud rate of ur modem 230kbps
write the user name andf password
and fone number '+cgdata' without quotes and then try
i have cheked on telenor pakistan its working fine
i have dataone siemens c2110 modem,this is new modem,when this installed the pc and showing this command"the modem could not connect in your pc,and not dectect"i have line properly attached in pc to modem.please help me
cisco routers make use of an IOS software for configurations.
you have to connect the router to a computer system through an hyper terminal program in order to access the router command interface,there is no way you will be able to configure this router without having cisco configurations knowledge.
the steps could be complex/complecated for a novice.but all the same,
after running the hyper terminal program on your computer to connect the router(start-accessories-communication-hyper terminal) make sure you use cisco serial cable or a cat5e roll over cable.
press the enter key once and type 'enable' then press enter,
configure terminal,to take you to a global configuration mode.
i will advice that you should contact a cisco person in your area for help
If you have windows XP the click START/RUN/ then type in CMD
in the window then press enter this will bring up a black command window.Once in there there are 2 things you can do.1st and easiest is to type in ipconfig/release
this will release your current internet address settings,then type
ipconfig/renew this will give your computer a new ip address and you can try to get on the internet after that. 2nd solution is to do the same thing go to START/RUN then type in cmd and press enter,the black command screen will open then type in
netsh winsock reset.If you do not have WINXP please do not rate me but respond with the kind of operating system you have and I may be able to help.IF THIS HELP RATE ME AS FIXYA! GOOD LUCK.