Question about Dynex 4-Port Ethernet Broadband Router (DX-E402)
I am having trouble setting up my Dynex DX-E402 4-port router to communicate with my Motorola DSL modem. I have followed the setup instructions provided with the router and I have internet connection when I bypass the router. I am at my wits end as to what I am doing wrong.
Have your router clone the MAC Address of your computer. The MAC address is a hardware address on your network card and DSL providers seem to like to bind it to account. What is probably happening is when the router connects to your ISP and asks for an IP address, it looks up your account info and and decides - nope, wrong device. Cloning the MAC address will make them happy. If you are not able to clone the address, call your provider's tech support and ask them to clear the MAC address from your account. Make sure you have the router plugged into the modem and not the computer or you are back to where you started.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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