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To reset the SCS to factory so you can assign a new IP, use a paper clip to depress the button inside the reset hole. Hold that button and recycle the power, continue to hold the button after power cycle for 15 seconds.
The DECserver 732 is a high-density, high-performance asynchronous device and remote access server that provides 32 MJ8 (RJ45) serial ports. The DECserver 732's serial ports support either of two sets of software-selectable four-signal modem control signals. The DECserver 732 has AUI and 10BaseT Ethernet connectors. The DECserver 700-16 supports up to eight sessions per port and speeds up to 115.2 Kb/s per port. The DECserver 732 has an external FLASH socket for the customer-installable flashcard. When installed, the flashcard allows self-booting operation. The DECserver 732 runs DECserver Network Access Software (DNAS), which delivers multi-protocol support for TCP/IP, IPX, and AppleTalk networks. DECserver 700 units are designed for tabletop or rackmount configuration
to get the IP address, go to any computer and open the command prompt (type CMD after clicking the run command on a Windows PC) When the command prompt opens type "ping kijiji.us" and press enter. the port will be port 80
Every single user of the the Internet (Wide Area Network) and every member of an Intranet (Local Area Network) must be assigned an Internet Protocol (ip) address to communicate with other computers. Computer to computer connections are called 'ad hoc' and have cables or short-range wireless, like infrared media. Hubs are like splitters you might use to use one phone jack for two or more telephones. Switches and routers get intelligent control using a MAC address which is a fixed firmware identity (unless cloned) to route packets of information. Do a Google search on the 'OSI Model' if you wish to learn how all this stuff turns 'ones' and 'zeros' which is all a computer knows into fancy web sites. ~Steve Medley
to reset your ip address simply unplug your modem and router, turn off the computer, turn on the computer with out pluging the router and modem back in, turn the computer off , plug the router and modem in wait for the lights to come on and then turn your computer on.
Most likely issue is no common server on the network to specify which computer has what IP address and associate that with a name. Bob's computer gets a different IP address each time he turns it on, and the same happens with Sally. But Joe's always seems to get the same IP, so everybody can always find Joe. Specifying static IP addresses on all computers is a beginning to solving this, then I would edit the hosts file on each computer to specify that Bob is at IP x.x.x.x, and Sally is x.x.x.x, and Joe is x.x.x.x, copy this hosts file to all computers, and edit it when new computers are added. Another solution would be to get a Windows Server that is doing both the DHCP (Assigning Addresses) and DNS (A computer program running on a server, translating names into IP addresses), all computers will ask the DNS server where Bob is, and get a response from an internal server that says bob is x.x.x.x
The issue you are having is the number one reason to get away from a peer-to-peer network.
connect the computer to the Voice terminal VT1005v( WAN port)<---PC and check the ip address on the computer which should be "192.168.102.X". Open the web interface of voice terminal ( type in " http://192.168.102.1/admin.html " in the address-bar of your internet browser ). you can see the Restore Factory Defaults button and click on it. So you can reset the device. After that, reboot the your whole network.
Ok well all I can suggest is this... first try a NON-crossover cable.. 2nd.. try the address of 10.1.1.1 The server should be setup according to the manual.. and should be detected upon connection, Also is the server to be set up to ASSIGN an address via it's DCHP or to RECIEVE one from ya lappy? I mean basically it is just a network device that sends stuff when asked, not unlike a networked Hard Drive etc. Usually ya set up the lappy for DHCP and the Video Server gets it's address from the lappy, & when "Polled" sends data to whomever "Polled" it.