Question about MSI Wireless-G RG54G3 Router
Hi! I have installed an MSI RG54G router. I can successfully ping from the PC to the router, have all the correct IP settings on the router itself, but cannot connect to the internet. The WAN light on the router indicates a good connection. Previously I connected to the internet through an ADSL modem using PPPoE with username and password. Disabling firewall had no effect. Could it be that ISP looks for MAC address of NIC card? How can I replicate NIC MAC address to the router?? Any ideas what could be wrong? Thanks, Zapman
I hink this issue has been resolved by you by now. if it perists do lemme know about it. it seems yor router is not configured properly regarding the authentication like user name n password. n i think the MAC address spoofing is also into the picture , mostly MAC add spoofing is done on cable connections but sometimes it can be also used with the "user id n password" together. For any other issue- chat with me on msn or yahoo messenger my id is samrat101 on both the messngers samrat
Posted on Mar 08, 2007
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