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Can't get a wireless router to work with a speedstream 4200

I am trying hook a belkin N wireless router up to a speedstream 4200 dsl modem and it will not connect to the internet. i have switched the wires around and tried setting up with different wire configurations and it still won't connect to the internet with the wireless router hooked up but does just fine when i'm just using the speedstream modem, can you please tell me why i can't get this to work, and what needs to be done to hook the wireless router up correctly. e-mail add. nathanoh2002@yahoo.com

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  • lozbrico Feb 15, 2009

    I have teh same problem, however I can get the modem and router to provide wireless connections for my 2 laptops however the source PC can't connect to the internet?? Any suggestions anyone?

  • jake_3850 Feb 20, 2009

    I have the same problem with my linksys router, not only do you have to clone the mac address, they told me you have to switch it to full bridge, which there is no option for in the speedsteam management page so who knows?

  • cherann25 May 12, 2009

    I have a wired linksy router model # BEFSR41 ver # 3 and am hooking up a wireless Belkin N router to a Speedstream 4200 modem, I cannot get this to work. I have a Mac computer that is the main, then a table top, and lap top, down stairs. I don't know if I have to remove the wired router or not. If I do I don't know how to do this. Can anyone help ??

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From the telephone outlet the dsl line (telephone line) connects to the dsl jack of the Speedstrem 4200 DSL Modem.

From the modems open port you connect one Cat5 network cable into the port (in back) of the Belkin N Wireless router.

For wireless internet connection to begin you must also do a wireless set-up on the software side of the Belkin router or through their web interface.


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This may actually be an issue with your ISP. There is a good possiblity that your ISP has bound your connection to the MAC address of the network card on your computer. This is a common occurance which is why router manufacturers give you the option of having your router clone your computer's MAC address. Go into your router's management an perform the clone, sorry I cannot give you more details but I don't know the specific model of your Belkin router.

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Ethernet and DSL lights are indicating you have ADSL available on your line, and that you have computers connected to the router.

What has probably happened is that Optus did not set up the new router with your username and password. Go to thw following website for details on how to setup the modem.

http://help.optuszoo.com.au/help/dsl/connected/windows/optus_modems/speedstream_4200



Manual Modem Settings The Optus DSL Broadband self-installation CD configures all the necessary settings for your DSL Broadband service. You do not need to manually configure your modem if you have run the self-installation CD. While the following information is provided for your reference, using the self-installation CD is the recommended method for configuring your modem.
The Siemens SpeedStream 4200 ADSL modem can use either USB or Ethernet to connect to your computer.
  • If you are connecting via USB you will need to run the self-installation CD to install the USB driver before you connect your modem. The Siemens SpeedStream 4200 ADSL modem supplied by Optus has been customised for the Optus DSL Broadband service. Only the USB driver supplied on the self-installation CD will work with the Optus service. If you do not have the self-installation CD, you can download the latest drivers from the Siemens website.
  • If you are connecting via Ethernet it is possible to manually configure your modem without the self-installation CD. Only a web browser is required.
After connecting your modem there are two key steps to manually configure your modem for the Optus DSL Broadband service:
  • PC settings - Configure your computer's Ethernet network interface.
  • Configure Your Modem - Set the password in your modem's configuration pages.
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PC Settings Step by step instructions are provided for each of the supported Windows operating systems:
  • Windows 98/Me
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
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Configure Your Modem To configure your modem settings you must now access the configuration manager using your web browser. This is done by entering the IP address in the address bar of the browser window as follows:
Note: If you are updating the password in your modem, please complete steps 1 to 3 only.
Step 1 of 5
  • Enter http://10.1.1.1 (Default IP address of the Optus Supplied Siemens SpeedStream 4200) to access the modem Configuration software. You may wish to add this page to your Favorites for easy access later.
  • The following modem System Summary screen will appear.
ss4200_home_disconnected.gif Step 2 of 5
  • Click on the word Setup in the green menu of options on the left side of the web page. An expanded set of options will be displayed.
  • Click PPP in the list of options that appeared below the word Setup.
  • The ISP Password page will appear:
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  • Replace the default username (john_citizen@optusnet.com.au) with the username provided for you by Optus DSL Broadband.
  • Replace the default password with the password provided by Optus DSL Broadband in the Password field.
  • Note: You will find your Optus DSL Broadband username and password on the letter you received with your self-installation kit.
  • Save these details by clicking the Save Settings button.
Step 3 of 5
  • The next screen will ask you to disconnect and reconnect to the Optus DSL Broadband service.
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  • Click the link to return to the System Summary page.
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  • Click the Disconnect button to disconnect the modem from the Optus DSL Broadband service. The text on the button will change to Connect.
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  • Click Connect to reconnect the modem to the Optus DSL Broadband service.
Step 4 of 5
  • Click on the word Setup in the green menu of options on the left side of the web page. An expanded set of options will be displayed.
  • Click the word Mode in the green menu of options on the left side of the web page.
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  • Confirm that Optus Bridge is the selected operation mode.
  • If Optus Bridge is not selected click the radio button next to Optus Bridge to select it.
  • Click the Apply button.
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  • Click the Reboot button to restart the modem using your saved settings.
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  • After about a minute the modem will return to an operational state and connect to the Optus DSL Broadband service.
ss4200_reboot_3.gif Once the modem has rebooted and the ADSL connection has been successfully established the DSL LED indicator will light steady green.
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