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1. Go to Menu>Choose Settings>Connectivity 2. Go to Data Accounts 3. Create New Account. GPRS/ PS Data Account Name: MyGlobe GPRS APN: www.globe.com.ph 4. Save Account 5. Go to Browser, Slect Options and click Internet Settings 6. Add New Profile Name: MyGlobe WAP Connect Using: MyGlobe GPRS IP ADDRESS: 203.177.042.214 ADVANCED Chg. Homepage: MyGlobe GPRS Address: http://www.globe.com.ph/globe.asp Save Profile
MyGlobe Internet Settings
1. Go to Menu>Choose Settings>Connectivity 2. Go to Data Accounts 3. Create New Account. GPRS/ PS Data Account Name: MyGlobe INTERNET APN: internet.globe.com.ph 4. Save Account
MyGlobe MMS Settings
1. Go to Menu>Choose Settings>Connectivity 2. Go to Data Accounts 3. Create New Account. GPRS/ PS Data Account Name: MyGlobe MMS APN: mms.globe.com.ph 4. Save Account 5. Go to Messages>Picture Messages>Option>Internet Profile 6. Create New Profile Name: MyGlobe MMS Connect Using: MyGlobe MMS IP ADDRESS: 203.177.042.214 7. Save Profile 8. Select the profile MyGlobe MMS in Internet Profile 9. Save Settings 10. Go to Messages>Picture Messages >Options 11. Edit Message Server
12. From Message Settings, make your Internet Profile: MyGlobe MMS
Your Toshiba Satellite Pro might be using a specified IP address. Try to set it to obtain an IP automatically. Depending on the Windows OS, whether it is XP, Vista or Windows 7, go to your Control Panel then Network connections or Network Sharing Center and double click on the Local Area Network connection (if your are using wired) or Wireless Connection. Look for the TCP/IP protocol and make sure it is enabled as "Obtain IP address Automatically" and "Obtain DNS addresses automatically". Then click OK to save settings.
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Open an Internet Explorer browser page.In the address bar type - 192.168.1.1 Leave username blank & in password use admin in lower case...
Click on "Applications and Gaming" tab and then click on "Port Range Forwarding" subtab...
1) On the first line in Application box type in ABC, in the start box type in 88 and End box type in 88, leave the protocol as both and under ip address type in 192.168.1.20 and check the enable box...
2) On the second line in Application box type in PQR, in the start box type in 3074 and End box type in 3074, leave the protocol as both and under ip address type in 192.168.1.20 and check the enable box...
3) On the third line in Application box type in XYZ, in the start box type in 53 and End box type in 53, leave the protocol as both and under ip address type in 192.168.1.20 and check the enable box and click on Save Settings...
3) Once you return to the setup page click on the Security tab and uncheck Block Anonymous Internet Requests and click on Save Settings...
4) Click on set-up and change the MTU Size to 1452 and click Save Settings...
5) Goto the XBox Network Settings and IP Address Settings and select manual IP Settings and assign the following on your Xbox
connect to wifi using my blackberry curve 85201. Click icon Manage Connection 2. Check/click on Wi-Fi ON 3. Scroll down and see “Set Up Wi-Fi Network”, click Next 4. And now click Scan For Networks. On this step BlackBerry will scan all of the Wi-Fi around you. Find the Wi-Fi that you want it and save if needed. 5. If you know the SSID network, you can Manually Add Network. And now click theBlackBerry menu and click Connect. 6. If you ask for password, fill it. Usually in free Wi-Fi hotspot there’s no password needed. 7. The next step is fill the name for the Wi-Fi connection to save on Wi-Fi profie or you can just click to Connect. Click Next to continue.. 8. The Menu will be back to Manage Connection. Check the Wi-Fi Options to set the UP address is it using DHCP (on BlackBerry it will said “Automatically obtain IP address and DNS”) or using static IP address. If using DHCP you can browsing to Internet but you must change the setting at the browser on the Main Menu -> Options -> Advance Options -> Browser. Change the default browser configuration with the HotspotBrowser. Good luck to surf on the net! 9. But if it’s need manually fill the IP address. You can go to Wi-Fi Options, Hightlight Wi-Fi profile which you already save previously, click the BlackBerry Menu, Edit, Highlight the text “Automatically obtain IP Address and DNS”, click BlackBerry Menu, Change Option, fill the IP one by one (default is 0.0.0.0). And click Save. And don’t forget to change the browser by follow the step on number 8. Happy surfing on the internet using Blackberry!! But do not forget turn-off the Wi-Fi to save the battery lifetime.
Try to bypass the router and connect to your modem. Make sure you have Internet connection.
>If you have Internet connection. connect back your modem to the router.
>access the configuration page of your router.
>If you are given a specific IP by your Internet Service Provider, use that one.
>Login to your Dlink (type in on the address bar 192.168.0.1)
>Click Setup and Internet > Click on Manual Configure
>My Internet connection would be Static IP
>Type in your IP address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary and Alternate DNS
>Click on Save Setting on top.
but if your Internet Service Provider did not provide you those informations
> Under My Internet connection Type choose DYNAMIC IP
>Click on Clone Your PC MAC address
>Click on Save Settings
>If it ask you to reboot, click on Reboot.
>At the very top click on Status
>Under Status look for WAN
>Under WAN look for IP address
>If you have values beside from zero it means you have Internet connection otherwise, call your dlink manufacturer for manual configuring your router for Internet connection.
When the internet light is red it means that the connection to the ISP failed.
To check the settings on your gateway, use your internet browser and type 192.168.1.1 in the address bar.
By default, the username and password is admin.
If you have a cable internet connection: Under the setup page, select Obtain IP address automatically (DHCP) for the internet connection type (encapsulation). Save the settings. Then go the status tab and check if there is an WAN IP address. If none, power cycle the modem.
If you have DSL connection with PPPoE: Under the setup page> Internet connection type (encapsulation) select RFC 2516 PPPoE. Multiplexing should be VC. Under PPPoE settings, you need to enter the username and password that your ISP gave you. Then save the settings. Go to the status tab, click the connect button. You should be able to get online.
check your IE internet connetion settings follow ff. steps.
1. open Internet Explorer browser
2. go to tools, internet options or options
3. under options, select "connections" tab
4. under connection tab, select "LAN settings"
5. under LAN settings check if "Automatically detect settings" is mark check if not mark it check.
6. click apply to save your settings and click ok
7. close your browser and open it again
if you still having a problem,
try this steps to chek your wireless settings
1. rigth click the wireless network status bar near desktop time & date
2. select status
3. under status, select Properties
4. under properties, select TCP/IP settings and click properties
5. check if "Obtain an IP address Automatically" is selected if not select.
6. click also obtain DNS
7. save your settings and close the properties
8. after saving, wireless will reconnect
9. open your browser for Internet
your isp is at&t? please verify the ip address straight to the modem if its is 192.168.1.1 and if your modem from your isp is set to DHCP or BRIDGE mode.
IF IP address is 192.168.1.1 (DHCP) ... change the LAN IP address of the router to 192.168.2.1 or 5.1 to prevent any IP conflict by doing this :
1. access setup page of router usually 192.168.1.1 2. under setup tab look for the ip address, change it, then save 3. click on the status tab , and look for a VALID ip address
IF MODEM is set to BRIDGE mode .... please ask username and password from your ISP coz we would need to set your router to PPOE... 1. access setup page 2. under setup tab look for INTERNET CONNECTION TYPE 3. select PPPoE fill in username and password select "keep"alive save 4. click on status tab look for LOG in TYPe ===> click CONNECT if connected : check a valid IP address if authentication failed verify again your username and password from your ISP
Check your IP address to 192.168.10.1 on the network settings
after that turn modem and VoIP off.
Click on Setup / Manual Internet
Select Dynamic IP under "My internet connection is"
Click on "Clone Your PC's Mac address"
Click on Save settings, if it ask for reboot click on reboot
After the router reboots (NOT COMPUTER), it will take you back to the router.
Once your are in the router, turn the modem on first then the VoIP.
After the modem and VoIP has finish rebootin
Click on the status tab of the router and check uder the "WAN"
Settings and check the IP address. If you get an IP address then check the internet.
If you do not get an IP address Click on Release and then renew.
If you still do not get an IP address click on Advance tab
Click on Advance network on the left and turn UPNP off and save the settings.
After that it should be able to get an IP address and you should be able to get online.