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Connections: 1. Modem to Router's eth0 (i.e your first ethernet port) 2. Routers eth1 to Switch (if any else connect it directly to computer) 3. Assign the your computer with IP: 10.2.0.2 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 Gateway: 10.2.0.1
try to do the ff:
power cycle modem/router
check router security settings
check for wifi barriers
delete previous wireless connections
If your wireless connection is working fine 2 wks ago then you may also try to run system restore
To send a message to an email address you need to set an email gateway number: Messaging > settings > text messages( check whether there is video options if not just use text messages and confirm with your provider if this service is supported.The provider might be using same gateway or different for video and text messages) > Email gateway
NB The (email gateway)Number is supplied by your service provider
I'm using also smslib and nokia 6020 phone for sending and receiving SMS, but i've some trouble with reading messages, would you please tell me the configuration for the modem, i used this one : ModemGateway gateway = new ModemGateway("modem.com4", "COM4", 4800, "Nokia", "Nokia 6020", srv.getLogger());
In some circumstances NETGEAR routers check to ensure the source and destination of email messages are not the same address. If this happens, the router's logging messages are discarded. (The Reference Manual is not clear on this.) An easy way to solve this is to choose a different email server for the router's "Send to This E-mail Address" field. So if "Your Outgoing Mail Server" is mail.myisp.com (as shown in the manual) then DO NOT use firstname.lastname@example.org for the "Send to This E-mail Address" field. Instead, use an email account you have on another server, such as hotmail. E.g., make the send field email@example.com.The other way to solve this is to explicitly open the ports for SMTP and POP, 110 and 25. By default, these ports are closed on NETGEAR routers. (Other, non-NETGEAR related email problems are also solved by opening these ports.)