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We cannot get the 504g will not broadcast its caller ID. it only shows 'restricted'. why won't it display correctly.

change the configuration in your IP Phone change the setting to allow broadcast caller ID .

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On my XP operating system, I have a 169 ip address. My other computer on the network is online. I've tried the relase and renew method. And also tried resetting the winsock catalog with no luck. Any ideas?

go to internet options and then connections tab. under lan settings make sure that detect netowrk settings is checked and that a manual ip address isnt set up. let me know if this helps. there are a few other things we can try.

Nov 04, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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No internet connectn for desktop but wireless works with laptop.

If your running xp, make sure the netowrk card is not disabled, make sure you rnot using a cross over cable. use the cable you got with the routers. Try reinstalling the network card, goto dell support andenter you model to get the drivers.

1 thing to check. goto start ,control panel.
double click on netowrk conections.
right click on the main conection witch is the card in your pc, goto properties. andin the list internet protocol (tcp/ip) click this. and pres properties.

make sure in here obtain ip addres is automatically. and obtain dns is auto too.

Try this let me know how you get on.

Dec 01, 2009 | Dell Dimension 4550 PC Desktop

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Trying to secure my wireless linksys....rebooted router...responds...There is an IP address conflict with another system on network..thanks

i get this all time when i am on wifi with my 360 and iphone at the same time try and shutdown all things wifi in ur house go to router setting and give them a little check make sure ip is set to automatic

Aug 31, 2009 | Linksys Wireless-G WRT54GS Router...

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Device not found on the netowrk" error message

Yoy may reconfigured your network and IP address changed for printer. try to find printer from Start>settings>printer & faxes>Install printer>network printer

Aug 03, 2009 | Brother MFC-9840CDW Laser Printer

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My Acer Netbook says Limitied or no connectivity however I have an Excellent Wireless connection

u have to assigns ipadrreses as defined by your isp.some or mayh be if yhour computer in netowrk other computers have same ip so check it.

Mar 26, 2009 | Acer Aspire One Netbook 8.9" Notebook

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How do i get my router to not give out IP addresses

Turn off the "DHCP Service".

That would be "Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol", and it's the service that assigns IP addresses automatically.

If you need "DHCP" to connect yourself, you could always turn off your "ssid broadcast".

That way, nobody (including you) will see your router while scanning, wardriving, etc.
Of course, you will know it's there and what "ssid"
you gave it, so you'll be able to connect just by using the right ssid.

Nov 27, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Dynamic IP to Static IP

your dynamic IP is the one that you modem is connected to. The 192.168.*.* is just you local area network addresses.

What does you router have for IP address information?

Jun 14, 2008 | Efficient Networks SpeedStream 5200 Modem

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I dont know what my ip adress is or how to set it up

go to the system slide on your dashboard. click netowrk settings then click the box that has i.p. in it then amke sure it is set to automatic and make sure the box with DNP is automatic to. make sure your onnection is all correct as well

Jan 29, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Dyndns DNS and Port 800

Odds are; you will likely find mdbs_daemon or something on most of your computers on your LAN also doing traffic on this port. It's probably not a good idea to use this value.

From my experience in networks and routing, you are also better off if you can put the port up in the unprivileged region (1024~65535). The reason is that hackers typically spend the time down lower than this and they are looking for known services. It takes too long to scan ports up in the high regions, and you are more likely to be discovered for your activity. Try using port numbers that are strange; eg. 8888 or 5555 and similar. A lot of routers will let you do a "redirect" such as bringing port 8888 on the outside to port 80 on the inside to your device.

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