Question about Arris SURFboard SBG900 Wireless Router (DHSBG900)
I have a dynamic IP through my ISP and am attempting to attach to my file server at home though the net. I have set up a forward though the "no-ip.com" DNS service, but every time I try to use it I get a "HOME GATEWAY" sign in message or a message that the page cannot be accessed.
I think that the "page cannot be accessed" message is a problem with the way I have set up the client on my server (I will work on that later). My biggest issue is when I know that I have the DNS IP address correct and I cannot get though my firewall (at least that is what I think is causing the "HOME GATEWAY" sign in message.
Does anyone have experience setting up and accessing a file server though the www with a DNS forwarding service like no-ip?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is the MAC address that needs to be scrubbed from the modem.
power off the desktop, power off the modem, unplug the data cable from the modem, unplug the POWER connection to the modem.
WAIT 3 MINUTES
Connect power to modem, let it reset
Connect data cable to Modem
power on computer
Modem should now connect & work with desktop.
Each time you switch between systems, you may have to do this. More than enough to make me buy a router. =)
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Posted on Jul 15, 2008
1).turn off the modem and the router.disconnected from the Internet ISP. and the computer.
2).disconnect the router from the modem.
3).turn on the modem.
4).connect the router to the modem, and turn on the router.
5).connected the computer to the router, adn turn on the computer.
if you are using wireless, waited about 5 minutes before turning it on.
goto control panel>>wireless network, and configure the wireless seting.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
Do you have encryption enabled on your router? If so you will need to enter the encryption key of the passphrase in the network setup of the xbox 360
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
It seems that your Internet download is fine but the issue is with the uploading. Try to switch of the router for few min. Remove all the cables out and press the Power button for 10 to 15 sec and replug the cables
Check the internet connection.
Check connecting to the face book or other web pages abd try uploading the small image first, If its not working .check the upload and download speed www.speedtest.net. and complaint to ISP to increase the Bandwidth
Check the bu
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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After you have the Ethernet cable from your modem plugged into your PS3 press and hold the reset button on the back of the modem for about 5-10 seconds. This will reset the modem so that it will recognize the connect to your PS3. Once your done using your PS3 and reconnect the Ethernet cable back to your computer you will have to reset the modem again. Any time you move the Ethernet cable from one device to another you need to reset it after you have the cable connected to what ever device you want to get online with at that time. If you do not want to keep resetting your modem all the time a router will allow for you to have more then one device online at a time. The router will connect to your modem and then your devices will connect to your router.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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