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Reprogramming I cannot connect to the internet or send/receive emails. Called ISP and everything on their end looked okay except they were not receiving a signal from ISDN/Webrouter, they suggested that I call the phone company about the ISDN line. Phone company test line and said that is was okay but that the SPID's needed to be reprogrammed. Does anyone know how to do this. The company that installed all of the equipment is no longer in business and I do not know very much about doing this sort of thing. The manual on the cd that came with the Webramp 410i is not very helpful.

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Re: Reprogramming

Open Internet explorer and type the ip address of the router in the address bar and hit enter. (it should be The setup page for the router should open. Click "Advanced" then click "ISDN Configuration" then click "ISDN Parameters" You can enter the new SPID's the phone company gives you there. Good Luck, El Duderino

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