Recently a friend of mine who has this item had this set up in his home working perfectly
hes recently moved house, and wanted to set up his boradband again,
he has literally unplugged everything and then plugged it in at his new home, only the router wont allow ip addresses to be given to the computer - we tried to access the control panel via the ip address from the router booklet to change his new boradband settings but it wont connect to the router.
if you unplug the network cable from the router it can detect that but no further details past this. what can be causing this problem? as none of the settings have changed apart from location?
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Re: Problems with router not issuing IP Addresses
U may setted mac filtering on teh router it wont allow new pc to communicate u need to to master reset connect teh power to the router look the back u can find reset hole take pen hit that and hold it for 40 sec and reboot the router by unplug teh power and wait 30 sec and replug it back and then u can login to teh router to change the settings>rate me solved if its helps thx
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What I have to guess is you added the cameras to an existing network.
What you need to provide is how are the camera's getting their IP addresses ?
How are the PC getting their IP addresses.
Go into the router settings and look for DCHP server. Look at the leases issued and change the IP addresses that are assigned to the cameras to Static rather than Dynamic. if the cameras are getting IP address from DHCP. server rather than being set up manually..
If you manually set up the IP addresses on the cameras then alter the available ip range on the DHCP server to avoid the IP addresses assigned to the cameras. As an example say the DCHP range was 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.254 then alter it to be 192.168.1.21 to 192.168.1.254 and then hence the ip addresses 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.20 are used on static ip addresses like printers and cameras devices.
How do you log into the router
go to the internet browser and type in 192.168.1.1 and it should bring up your router The user name is most likely admin and the password will be admin by default. If no one has changed them.
I have looked at the usre manual but it does not spell out how to change the DCHP ip address ranges leases out or the way to change the ip addresses leased out to static for the cameras. I think you will find some sort of setting in thew dhcp menu option of the router.
I think is happening is called an ip address conflict. And the above suggestions should stop this from occurring when you reboot the IP address is re assigned and the DCHP server could be issuing ip address leases to your p.cs that are already staticly assigned to your cameras.
Since this is a network printer there are a few potential sources for problems.
IP address conflict. When items on a network are powered on and off sometimes the auto-assigned IP addresses aren't refreshed. The router may think the printer isn't there and re-uses the IP address for a new device on the network, but the printer is still trying to connect with the original IP address.
Log onto your router. See if the printer shows up in the DHCP Client Table of your Local Network - it may have names or just MAC addresses depending on the router. You can print out a test sheet from your printer and see what *it* has as it's IP address and see if that's assigned to something else.
If you do find a conflict, the easiest solution, IMO, is to assign a static IP address to the printer.
Bad cable or hub. Both can go bad and a problem with either will cause the printer to appear to be offline.
Check for lights at both ends of the ethernet cable.
Hello my friend,
You can disable all routing functions for your Home Portal. I never advise this as a course of action as it typically causes more issues than it resolves - so procede at your own risk.
- use the button on the back to reset to factory state (hold for 30 seconds) - browse to gateway.2wire.net/mdc - click on configure under broadband link - set ATM PVC search to disabled - set connection type to direct IP - click on configure services under the advanced heading - take note of the text under "If you want to connect to the gateway when it is in bridged mode" - un-check the enable routing box - submit your settings
Restore your router to factory settings, then give your PS3 a static IP address and go into your router interface, find the DMZ feature and put in the IP address that you gave the PS3, just make sure the IP you give it is within the DHCP pool of IP addresses on the router.
The PS3 will now be sat outside the routers firewall giving you FULL access to internet content and gaming online.
Now test connection settings and you will notice you will now have an open connection to the internet.
Go to the properties of each wireless network card in network connections in your control panel and click on the TCP/IP line and click properties again and ensure obtain ip address automatically is selected and click ok, restart pc.
Next, reset the router at the rear if possibe with a pointed implement, then you need to get into the routers settings (192.168.2.1 in your web browser) and look for DHCP, and enable it so as to give your pc's there automatic ip addresses, also check in the general settings if it's a modem router that you have got a internet connection from your ISP and all the dns and ip addresses are showing.
Restart all pc's if neccasary and refresh your web browser when trying to get online.