Question about 2wire 2700HG-B Router (2700HGB)
My problem I think is that i cant get onto the internet because my modem (2wire686) is taking forever to identify, my modem seems to be working fine, and everything seems to be plugged in, im stumped, please help me if you can =) my modem is a 2700hg-d
Are you trying to use wireless? If so, do you have poor signal? I would suggest browsing to your modems interface. Type gateway.2wire.net into your web browser. Click on the Homenetworking icon. Select wireless settings. Type in your system password. Increase the power of your wireless setting located towards the bottom of the page. You can even try changing the wireless channel. Save and then retry to connect. Make sure you are entering the network key correctly.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
How do you connect to the 2wire 2700HG? Wireless or ethernet? In any case I suggest to access the mdc (management and diagnostic console) of your 2wire and check the DSL Diagnostics under the Troubleshooting Category. Check the attenuation rate of your 2wire there so you can see if external problems are affecting the 2wire. The 2wire is also a modem\router and eventough it rarely affects the speed of your connection, the 2wire Firewall might also affect the speed of your cx. Another thing to check are the electrical interference on your 2wire. EMI (Electro Magnetic Interference) do affect the 2wire router greatly. I mean it LITERALLY. A great Interference can cut your signal strength from full bars to 1 bar even tough your just 10 feet away from the router. You can also check the Broadband Status on the Network at a Glance Page to check if the speed are jumping in and out. And also try to contact your Internet Service Provider or the 2wire direct technical support (1-877-3478680) for further assistance. God Bless!
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
SOURCE: could not find an ATM circuit
turn the router and the PC off, turn the router on 1st, wait for all the lites to turn on...if you have DSL wait for the DSL lite to be on .....no blinking. then turn PC on.. IF problem still there then its either the router or the NIC that needs replacement.
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
SOURCE: could not find ATM circuit
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.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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