Question about 2wire (1000-000057-000) Modem
I have a Mac Pismo laptop which used to work fine with its airport card and my 2wire 2700 modem. Then one day I was working on the internet with my desktop hooked up by ethernet and my laptop on wireless and suddenly the modem was resetting itself. This happened a couple of times within a few minutes and then I found I couldn't connect with the wireless. My laptop shows I'm getting a strong signal on the airport monitor. The network status pane says airport is connected to the network. It then says airport has a self-assigned IP address and may not be able to connect to the internet. I've tried a few different things I found on various forums, but nothing seems to work. I'm thinking my problem must be connected to the modem resetting itself. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Check for the wireless security settings in your modem.. and check if your airport is connected properly, if it is connected properly, then you would get a valid ipaddress, try resetting the modem and reconfigure your wired and wireless settings, if possible , try to upgrade the latest firmware for your modem and then reconfig it..
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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