Had an internet connection between a Zyxel P-600 modem and a D-link WRT1310(I think) that was working well for the past few months until four days ago. Since then I have been trying every connection under the sun, but nothing seems to work. AT&T, our service provider, tells me that they cannot help me, since AT&T "does not support" the P-600 zyxel modem.
Any solution that can get my internet up and running at home without having to spend a king's ransom on repairs?
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You have to set different ip address. To clear this up this how I got my setup. I have verizon internet. I use a westell 6100g modem, I have the local ip address set for 192.168.1.1 and I got a linksys wireless router and the ip address set for 192.168.9.1. Then I plug my modem into the wan port and it works. What am I doing is setting a static ip address from my modem to the router and using the router to distribute my address through the network. If you have any printers on the network you need to change that numter to 192.168.9.x number. If you don't have two different numbers set the router will take over.
You just have to perform a hard reset on the modem to erase any previous data stored. Locate the small pinhole for the reset button on the bottom of the modem box if it is not at the back. Then you need to access modem gateway to put all configuration information on modem software by typing in 192.168.0.1 in your IE browser's GO TO website box (where you type website address/URL)
NOTE: Make sure that you know your username and password for your current internet connection configuration before RESETTING modem. If you don't have this settings, call your internet provider. =)
You have to contact your service provider. That's a thing which is done by them to secure there internet service. They will give you the username and password. I evn tried that and they asked me to type the modem name and 'admin' as a password. For example, my modem is STstarcom. so the username wax starcom and password: admin.