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Re: I need the IP address for my Gigafast EE420R to set...
Go to Start, type cmd and press enter. On the command prompt type ipconfig and press enter. You can see there your IP address. And the default gateway is your router's IP address for you to set the firewall rule.
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Are you talking about Firewall on Windows or on Router or you have a another firewall?
To reset routers Ip address just reset your router to default settings.
But doing that will no solve anything.
If you mean changing your public IP address then switch of your router and keep it switched off for sometime.
Once you switch it on it should have new ip address.
192.168.1.X is a local ip address ,, i trust that thhe vpn is in seperate places and is done with the wan ip over an internet connection?????
OK maybe the problem isnt on your side but the main office building,, when connecting , have someone looked for repeated attemps to connect by observing the fire wall,, if it appears to be blocked byu the firewall simply diasable any and try it out.. If it works then all you need to do is set the firewall correctly..
I was reading the ip address in your original post and those are local address,s are you certin the VPN is correct ???? did you use the correct STATIC IP ADDRESS ASSIGNED BY YOUR ISP??
1. Connect that device ( a modem? or a router?) to your computer via ethernet cable (Turn on your router or modem) 2. Click "Start" 3. Click "run" 4. Type "cmd" without quotes on the window 5. On the black screen type "ipconfig" without quotes and press enter 6. Check for the "Default Gateway" whatever's in there that's the default IP Address of your (router/modem) or maybe a different IP Address if the ( modem or router ) is not reset to default.
You may need to check your firewall settings and check the box to allow your new program access through the firewall. Check your connections under START, SHOW ALL CONNECTIONS and make sure the TCP/IP client is installed for your device. If it is, use DHCP for IP address handling by going to the LOCAL AREA CONNECTION PROPERTIES and under the INTERNET PROTOCAL (TCP/IP) client, click PROPERTIES and check the OBTAIN IP ADDRESS AUTOMATICALLY. If you have IP and DNS addresses in the boxes, write them down to re-enter if you need to.
The modem needed to be set to a 192.168.x.x network, and the SG300 Firewall WAN port needed to be set to a dummy IP on the same network for it's IP, and the specific 192.168.x.x address for the gateway and DNS.
Have you checked the subnet? i.e. 255.255.225.248, make sure both PC and firewall are set the same.
Check the firewall settings on the PC, for port 80, 8080 & 443 and the ip address of the unit if you connecting with web access.
Try to up the IP on the PC to 169.254.236.185, it some times does not like being before the device.
Aslo, some times the PC needs to have the network port reset, as windows keeps the old IP address, but shows the new. The quick way to check this, is to disable the network connection and then enable it again.
To solve this problem you'll need setup the printer up with LPR Protocol. Go to Devices and Printers. Right-click on the printer in question select Printer Properties. Go to the Ports tab. Find the port you've setup then click on Configure Port. In the block titled Port Name you'll need to enter the name of the Gigafast Print Server. It's normally 1P_PrintServ??????. The ?s are the last six entries of the print server's MAC address. Next, in the Printer Name or IP Address enter the assigned IP address, example (192.168.5.3). For the Protocol select LPR. LPR Settings: Queue Name: same as 1P_PrintServ??????. Lastly, check the box that says LPR Byte Counting Enabled. Now when you shutdown and restart the printer will remain online.
This is a typical problem that occurs when you have an active firewall. Try disabling the firewall and you should be able to print.
Linksys is known for their customer service and expertise, I would suggest giving these folks a call at: 1-800-LINKSYS, they will walk you through the process of setting this up correctly.
If you don't want to call, the problem lies in your firewall. Look for the IP address on the printed test page. If you are using a Linksys router with a default IP address of 192.168.1.1, the printserver should be getting an IP range of 192.168.1.x as well indicating that it is properly obtaining an IP address from the network.
Once you locate your IP address all you need to do is go to your Firewall settings for your Mcafee software and add permission to add a specific IP address and you will enter your Print Server's IP address.
This should fix your problem! Good luck! The following link should provide you with additional details to fix your Print Server:
This is because the router is using a NAT firewall and the computers on the router are behind this firewall. You can fix it but only one computer is able to go on the other side of the firewall to play an Internet game or videoconference at a time. To do this you will need to use the DMZ settings in the router set up screen. First you will need to find out the IP address of the computer you want to put in the DMZ. In Win95/98 and ME click on Start and click on Run. Here type "winipcfg" and push Enter. This will bring up the IP configuration screen. In the drop down box choose the network card that you are using with the router. Here it should give you an IP in the 192.168.2.xxx range. Remember or write down that IP address and close the IP config window. In Win2000 and Win XP click Start go to Program and to Accessories. In there choose Command Prompt and type IPCONFIG at the DOS prompt. Remember or write down that IP address and close the IP config window. Now open you Internet browser and put in the router IP address, it should be 192.168.2.1, in the address bar. Log into the router and from the main screen click on Initial setup off to the left. On the next screen choose DMZ. Here you will need to click enable and type in the last digits of the IP address you just recorded earlier into the box there. Click the Enter button at the bottom to save that setting. You should now be able to use videoconferencing and Internet games. Remember to come back into the Router setup screen and disable the DMZ so that your computer can once again be put behind the firewall so it can be protected.