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Help hi, how do you get the gate way and i put in all these urls that everyone says and they always say cannot connect to page or page not found can you help me?

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Sounds like a DNS issue which means Domain Name Service issue. I would set your DNS server IP addresses to be 4.2.2.1 and 4.2.2.2 on your Local Area Connection Internet Protocol settings and see if that doesn't fix the issue.

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Is there a "translation" for Nortel Network serial numbers? Can you tell the Country of Origin from the SN?


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I have found a manual here which gives information regarding key codes and serial numbers on Page 66. It can be downloaded and saved in pdf format from here:
http://data.manualslib.com/pdf2/31/3005/300494-nortel/callpilot.pdf?bc5faed6f2944386bbe43827bb387143

I have not found anything regarding serial numbers and Country of Origin, although I expect that a Nortel engineer would have such a reference, I just can't find it in the public domain - Sorry.
Hope this is of some help even if not as complete as I would prefer, if so would you please register that with Fixya
Cheers

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Adding to discription.I'm trying to connect two computers that access the net wirelessly but are not networked. I'm installing the HP using the HP installation disk,it does the configuration tells me to...


I am assuming your router or modem has wireless capabilities, or you have a wireless hub. If your provider is comcast you have to have comcast wireless equipment.
Make sure wireless is turned ON at modem/router switch and or IP page(192.168.0.1 in URL. most equipment uses that address by default if not you will have to get the address from the manufacturer of your equipment.). Again if your provider is comcast call comcast to set up your equipment (you have already paid for it!).Once you have established you are broadcasting a signal you should have no problem connecting. I hope that I helped GOOD LUCK

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Can any one provide me URL to download the drivers


Hi.

This is an Ethernet switch. Ethernet switches do not need drivers, they are not managed by the computer, in fact it is the router managing the network connection. No driver needed, just a little experience configuring LAN.

Here a guide, as you can read no software is needed or available :

FS108 Installation Guide - QC-201-10249-01.qxd

Sep 06, 2010 | NetGear FS108 8-Port Ethernet Switch

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When i put the power in port number 7 is always on, why?


Hi,
If the port light is always on even if you dont have any thing connected on it then it seems to be a hardware issue.
Please connect a computer on that port and see if its getting the connectivity.
Regards,
Rashish

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I'm not able to connect to my dlink 7090 it seems to be a network mismatch. i have already connect the equipement to a dhcp server. i don't know to bypass the web configuration interface or to reset the...


Find the Button Reset: reset to factory default settings, press it to restore device.

Now the default IP address is 192.168.224.226.

Set a PC with IP address of same subnet, like 192.168.224.1

Start the Internet Explorer web browser on the Windows workstation and enter the URL

http://192.168.224.226

to access the Router’s logon page.

To log in with the administrator’s permissions, enter the default login and password – admin, qwerty.

Take a look here:
http://ftp.dlink.ru/pub/VoIP/DVX-7090/Data_sh/DVX7090_VoIP_Router_eng.pdf

Oct 13, 2009 | D-Link Networking Hubs & Switches

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Ip address


  1. Type 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 in the URL web page address bar.
  2. Click on setup>Basic Settings
  3. Check the box labled DHCP.
  4. Make sure that the devices on the network have Obtain IP Address automatically radio button is checked on the network connections.
Now, all the devices are connected to network. Understand the meaning of 'Server'. Any PC can be a server, for that mater most devices can be a 'Server'. The term simply means providing resources like files, folders and printers. However how secure your resources are is determined by the operating system on the PC or device providing resources (printers, files/folders, cameras) . I recommend Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard as a Network Operating System for your PC. This is a very powerful and sophisticated OS and will most likely only be used to its fullest ability by a MCSA or MCP. This is not an OS that can or should even be touched by an average or expert PC user. This OS is intended to be managed by a professional trained and certified to use the OS. Please contact if you have any more questions in this area. This is my area of expertise.

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3com 8 port hub not connecting to 2nd pc


Be sure that when you say its a hub that is indeed a layer 1 device which is just passing the signal and data along to all ports. Be sure to check the cable on the second device. At this point it must a straight cable you use to connect the PCs to the Hub. PCs transmit on pins 1 & 2 and Receive on 3 & 6. Hubs are the opposite. So a crossover will not work. You need PC pin 1 & 2 Tx to Hub Pin 1 & 2 Rx and over to PC pin 3 & 6 Rx to Hub pin 3 and 6 Tx. Tx = transmit and Rx = Receive. Also assign an IP address on each machine that is in the same subnet as each other. Such as PC1 192.168.1.100 mask 255.255.255.0 and PC2 IP address as 192.168.1.101 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 This way the 192.168.1 is the same for 8 PCs and the only change is the last number (octet). Also keep the speeds at either 10/100/1000 what ever the product is rated for but always keep the duplex half. Half is good because on a layer 1 hub, everyone is broadcasting at the same time. So you have to have half of all the ports listening at all times.

I hope this helps. My advice is to buy a layer 2 switch.

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VLAN


no competent guys out there ???

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Problem with linksys router


You won't be able to get into the internet until you configure your router - hence the security screen. Go to the Linksys book (or "quick start) that came with it should have given you the router's address and password (for instance http://43.221.16.55.and linksys. It'll also give you password instructions for when the security screen comes up. ) Once you're into your router's configuration page. You should be able to follow the steps and then you'll be home free. Good Luck or get back to me.

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