St purchased this router had problems right out of the box and called their tech line. Got the most abrassive person from india or someplace over seas, after about 5 mins or so I just hung up the phone and will be taking back the unit to place of purchase. Unit seems very problemmatic right out of the box and I recommend looking into another brand with better support
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If your DSL (Modem/Router) was provided by ISP or your telephone company you need to contact them for the default username and password.
If the DSL (Modem/Router) was purchased separately, then you need to look for the manual or check the DSL (modem/router) website for the documentation on how to reset and generate default username and password.
the phone must have been stolen.
i got one from e-bay and had no problem with it.
and i sold one on e-bay and they had no problem with it.
so if it was never activated when purchased that would
be the only reason why ST would not activate it.
Wireless password is selected by you. In the manual that came with it, it the address that you use to access this feature. I think it's 192.168.0.1, but check if thats right. The go through the menus until you get to the security setup. You can use any one of the options, just remember what you set it to.
You'll need to purchase a wireless router first.. Your DSL( phone) line will plug into that ( make sure you tell the sales person what you are trying to do and who your internet provider is" verizon") and they should be able to assist you in selecting the right router. Once you have a wireless router operational, follow the directions that came with your laptop as well as the router for setting up a wireless network in your home..
This Issue Pertains to your line being connected to a bad DSLAM port in your ISP's "Central Office" I am a computer technician, and have dealt with this issue about six times, two of which were on my lines. there is nothing to troubleshoot, stop power cycling, you are wasting your time, call your isp techs and have them get thier ***** out there to the office and fix your line.
Hi - I've been having the same problem. GE tech service in St. Louis, MO has been a joke. 1st tech call cancelled 30 minutes before appointment. 2nd tech call to diagnose the F153 code I had already provided when I scheduled service on-line cost $74.95 and the tech didn't have the part on his truck. 3rd tech call a new tech shows up, has no knowledge of previous call diagnosis, opens the box sent to my home by GE and announces that the previous guy ordered the wrong part! We're on the 4th call. My cook top right front burner has not worked for a month. I've contacted GE corporate. The part you need (at least I need) for the right front burner which is a large burner is: WB30T10062. If I knew how to, I'd repair this myself. I don't have the extended warranty. The part is covered because my cooktop is only two years old (parts warrantied for five years) but labor is estimated to cost almost $200....plus the $74.95 "diagnostic" visit. A total rip-off. My advice, if you've got this cooktop, it's still under warranty and you aren't using all of the burners on a regular basis: start using them! The tech guy said most people use that front right burner alot and it eventually malfunctions (code F153). His suggestion was to start using the other burners on a regular basis, too, so that when they go out, at least the part will fall under the five-year warranty! When this cook top is done, I'm going to get a gas stove with "old fashioned burners" and it won't be GE!
I just called GE/Thomson tech support (1-800-720-2094). GE cordless phones do not allow users to pick up an additional extension so that two people in the house can speak with a caller. He explained that it was for privacy. I will be taking back my system today. :(