Question about Modems
I am having trouble connecting the phillips adsl wireless base station sna 6500 , i get to the end where you put your settings in to be saved and cant save the setting , after speaking to my i.s.p to check all settings are correct that i typed in ,they told me i have to conntact you as the adsl base will have to be configured ... how do i do that ? many thanx . e. tatler
I keep losing connection to internet. I have comcast rca modem with belkin wireless g router. HELP???
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
When connected to your local network, open your browser and type in 10.0.0.2 and hit enter. A password screen will appear - type in "admin" for the username and "zoomadsl" for the password (without inverted commas).
Click "basic setup" then click "start" which will configure your settings. If it says it can't configure them, turn off your anti-virus and firewall then try again. If it still doesn't work set the protocol to "PPPoE" and VPI to "0" and VCI to "38" then type in your username and password you received from your ISP. Remember your username is an e-mail address so should end in "...@your-isp.com" i.e firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com etc.
Then click "write settings to flash" and wait for a ridiculously long time. Your internet light may flash green then disappear then go red for ages but eventually (providing you have entered your correct ISP details) it will come on.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
SOURCE: can't connect to 10.0.0.2
Googling that address will get you nothing. There are specific blocks of IP addresses that are not used on the internet. Instead, they are reserved for use in private networks. The addresses in these ranges are not available for use on the internet:
Class A networks: 10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255
Class B networks: 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255
Class C networks: 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255
What they are telling you to connect to is your DSL router which must be using the 10.0.0.2 address for it's own web-based configuration tool. If you open up your web browser and type http://10.0.0.2 into the address bar and hit enter, it should bring you to their configuration utility that is built into the router.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
this is not a problem with ur PC or router this could be in the Filter or splitter that ur ISP gave you, what i would do is call ur ISP and have them run a line test that could be the reason
i work for att. and that does happen ALOT you can also go to
www.speakeasy.net go to the bottom you should see whats my speed or test ur speed click on that and select a server closest to you and it will run a speed test up and download speed
good luck ,
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
Go into network connections on the laptop and select the Wireless Network. Go into properties and find the TCP/IP settings and ensure that the IP address setting is set to Automatic and the DNS settings also. If you have wireless security set on the router you will have to set that up on the laptop as well.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
SOURCE: xbox live via cricket wireless
I can connect to XBox Live through this fashion on my Cricket Modem:
Now, I have had problems with this fix running Windows 7 (still can't get it to work), but I didn't have any struggles with XP or Vista.
You need to go into Manage Network Connections, right click on your Cricket Modem, and select Properties.
Click the Share Tab, and click it so it allows other users to connect through that network connection. Now, go to the Networking tab under Properties and right click on the Internet Protocol Version 6 and make sure it is automatically assigning both DNS and the 6 IP, Apply.
Next do the same with the TCP/IPV4 section under Networking, make sure everthing is automaticaly assigning.
Click on the Router and make sure that it is automatically assigning the Internet Protocol 4 and 6. Now click diagnos, and it should reset the router, automatically apply the correct settings, and bam. You SHOULD be able to connect with XBox Live.
I have no problems with this with Vista and XP, as I stated before. But now my main computer is running the 7 RC and I can't figure the darn thing out yet. So I figured out a cute solution. I took my Dell Mini, connected the Cricket Modem to it, and ran an ethernet cord from the XBox to the Mini.
Pretty much same solution after that, only instead of selecting your router, you select the LAN connection that is not your Cricket. For me itassigns the XBox as LAN and the Cricket as LAN2.
Let's see how it goes. :)
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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