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To change the mtu you have to login to the web page of the modem and from there you will have an option to change the mtu. The default will be 1492 , change that to 1400 or 1358 for reliable communication with the x-box.
You need to log on to the router using the default gateway.
Go to Start menu -> Accessories -> Command Prompt
Note the default gateway
open your browser, in the address bar type in the default gateway ip address - like 192.168.1.254 --- or whatever the IP is.
That should open your router config pages... if it asks you for a user name and password... default usernames depend on your ISP usually, but try for the username Admin, admin, Administrator, administrator and for the password try the same as the username or leave blank... If you have no luck contact your ISP for logging on details.
A web page will open - go to
Game And Application Sharing
At top right click configure
Make sure UPnP and Extended Security are selected if you have those options
Then at the bottom
Create a New Game or Application
from there you just need to select which protocols you need to work with or select ANY
Enter the port you want opened
and add the same port number to the destination / trigger port.
That should be you. If not you need to telnet into you router
Telnet <default gateway IP>
and type Menu
The follow the previous instructions.
The 5360 is techncially a bridge, not a modem, so it doesn't require software drivers for installation and operation. There is a 5360 firmware upgrade, but it should only be used in certain situations -- see Related Articles at right for further information.
Note that DSL and cable bridges are often called "modems" because that is the familiar term for a device that connects the residential user to the ISP.
The computer that you're using for these services needs to have a static IP address configured in your private network and not a DHCP address assigned by the router.
Depending on your security policies (computer firewall and/or router), you will need to sure that the settings from your router and/or your PC firewall are not blocking the ports that you need to connect for these services.
Once you know that you have this area covered, you can move forward with the necessary procedures to properly configure your Speedstream 5200 using the link below:
I have just set up 4200 with dsl - you may find that you need to reset modem before you can configure. I was told that you need either a grey or yellow cable from your laptop to the modem. I use 10.0.0.138 to access modem. The 4200 I have was from a bigpond a/c - originally configured accordingly. Regards, Richard