Question about Zyxel NBG-417N Wireless Router
I want to disable the LAN ports on my wireless router.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Please start by checking physical connections first and try using different (known working cable). Make sure LED on the front panel of your router lit up (port number). Checked your desktop NIC or LAN card is working properly under device manager (right click my computer icon > choose properties > click hardware tab > click device manager > expand network adapters > right click on the LAN card > choose properties > check that device is working properly and it should be enabled). Open the command prompt (start > run > cmd), type IPCONFIG/ALL and checked the IP address. Type PING default gateway address and check to make sure you're getting 4 replies. Try to PING www.google.com and if you get 4 replies then that means the PC is online.
I would ask for additional information should this one would not work.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
My first suspicion is that you may be experiencing an ip address conflict. If your iPhone or PC is using the same IP address as your iMac, only one of them will be able to communicate (and possibly neither of them). This should occur only if one or more of these devices are using statically assigned IP addresses. Check the internet configurations for your devices and make sure they are all set to use dynamic (DHCP) addresses.
For reference, a manual for your product can be found online at P-660HW Series - Ultra High-Speed Wireless ADSL 2+ Gateway for ...
There are several models and versions of your product, and the manuals are different for each, so knowing the exact model and version of your unit would help in diagnosing this problem.
Posted on May 16, 2010
that means your router need to assign right IP address, you should call comcast and then you need to ask them your Ip which you need to assign manualy and then this problem will solve because your router is not connecting with internet.
Posted on Jul 10, 2010
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