Gr?¼ne und rote Lampe brennen, Display sagt nichts
Ich habe dsa Modem einige Jahre nicht benutzt. Da ich mit Mac arbeite. Da ich aber nun Faxe empfangen will und diese beim Mac einfach nicht zu empfangen sind, will ich nun das Modem wieder benutzen, auch wegen der Memory-Funktion. Wie oben beschrieben aber treten die Fehler auf: grüne und rote Lampe brennen, Display sagt nichts
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Ok...you might need to.reset your.modem...on.the back panel.where.you.have all.the ports you.would either see a button.or.the.reset button.might.b loacted inside a hollow.hole...take somethng that is poinetd and hold it down.for.30sec...then u.might see all the lights flashng...unplug da.power.cord leave it.for.30.sec..turn it.on
You can display the MAC address and the IP address of your network card by click on Start - Run - type cmd and press Enter.
This will open a DOS command window - type ipconfig /all then press Enter The MAC address will be displayed as a Physical address.
if you log into your router/modem you shuld be able to enable mac filtering add the mac address's you simply want to have access and they will be denied, alternatively you can turn off the dhcp so your router doesnt assign them access - either will work but i prefer the mac filtering.
ipconfig /all in a dos box will display mac address.
You will have to select da OS type that you have on ur comp and just navigate through da drives table n locate n install da driver u need. It will most likely will be listed as Original Realtek High Definition Audio Driver.
Your modem has already registered itself with the MAC address of your computer, so it doesn't recognize the MAC of your router. In cases like this you have two options:
Configure your router to clone the MAC of your computer
Connect the router to your modem and do a soft reset so the modem registers itself with the MAC of your router.
Clone MAC - Go to your routers Admin web interface and on the main page you should see the "Router MAC Address" section at the bottom. Select "Use Computer MAC Address" and click "Apply" and your router should reboot and you'll be back in business.
Soft Reset -
Plug the modem into the router via the ethernet cable then do a soft
To do a soft reset, do the following:
pull the power cord from the modem
count to 5
hold down the Reset EMR button on the modem
plug back in the power
count to 30 while holding the Reset EMR button (the modem should be blinking a lot)
release the Reset EMR button and see what happens.
If your modem can fax a local number or dial-up an Internet Service Provider in your Local Area then your Internal Modem is just fine.
Check if the configuration of your Modem to access outside long-distance number.
Go to your Control Panel-Open Phone & Modem Options-Dialing Rules (Tab)- then click on EDIT Button.
You can enter the number needed to have a long distance dialing.
If you don't know the number needed for long-distance dialing then ask your Local Phone Service Provider.