Netopia 3347 moved to a different location/tel number
Closed my business and wanted to use the modem on my home line. Att doc. states that this modem can only be used on a specific number? It will not sink up with my DSL. DSL lite just keeps blinking. Is there any way to get it working?
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Re: netopia 3347 moved to a different location/tel number
If you got the netopia in anyone of the 13 states that ATT controls, then that netopia will work in any other state, not just the phone number it was attached to. We are implementing technology now that it will be phone specific, but most people dont have that installed yet.
All you have to do is reset the netopia, open a browser, type 192.168.1.254 and set it up with the new username and password you created when you got your new DSL service.
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First access the modem with the default ip addy. maybe 192.168.1.*
From home screen click wireless - in wireless setting you would not be able to see the KEY if wireless is disabled thus enable it by checking the box. Your wep key would be displayed in the smaller window at the bottom.
Hi! I will be more than glad to assist u in this concern..the modem
wont talk to the router bcoz the router is not properly setup.. if you
are using a cable modem from ur cable company provider- u need to do a
mac clone on the router u have to clone the mac address of ur computer.
normaly the mac of ur computer is the one register to your cable
company and on the setup page of the router just selct on the internet
setup, dhcp after clonning the mac address of your computer. u need to
connect ur computer directly to the router and then after doing the
process connect the router to the modem. if u are using a username and
password, u have to use the pppoe settings on the router, if ur isp set
a static ip , set it up to the router, to check the ip setting of your
isp.. connect the computer directly to the modem and check if u have
internet.. then click on start, run and type cmd,it will give u a dos
prompt and from there type ipconfig/all and it will show u the ip
address, subnetmask, default gateway, dns server.. I hope this will
solve ur concern..
As im sure you found out the hard way, you have to swap the netopia out. You must've really snapped your lucky fingers for that one. I do this stuff all the time for a living, and I've never seen a Netopia not function correctly, a new one that is from your ISP anyway. Did you get the netopia from your ISP? or did you buy it on E-Bay, or Amazon.com, a netopia from another ISP wont function properly, but the wireless still should.
Bad modem, just swap it out. Its under warranty, its a new modem, that model number just came out last year. You wont even get charge for it. Its just frustrating when new equipment fails, and unfortuanatly, its becoming more and more common place it seems. Don't even get me started on my new motherboards from ASUS.