For the last six months, subject modem/router has been working just fine with Bell South DSL Lite. For the past three weeks, web pages are taking much longer to load. I reconnected a Westell modem and web page loading is what it used to be with the Netopia. Bell South says it is because I have DSL Lite. I do not understand why this could be so since the Netopia was fine just four weeks ago. Netopia says that the DNS codes are probably at fault.
Don't worry, there is a major fault in the cable , cable in the mediterranean is damaged and the international gateway is not opening, it will take few more days to set it right, then speed will be fine
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You don't need the cd. Just go to http://192.168.1.254 to configure the modem. This is from http://www.motorola.com/web/Home/Products/Voice-and-Data-CPE/xDSL-Modems-IADS-and-Gateways/2247-N8_Netopia/_Documents/StaticFiles/Netopia_2247-N8=_User_Manual.PDF?pLibItem=1
try to do the ff:
power cycle modem/router
check router security settings
check for wifi barriers
delete previous wireless connections
If your wireless connection is working fine 2 wks ago then you may also try to run system restore
I know this might be a little late.... since it was first posted in 2009.
But here it goes.... i was doing a search as well... i found one here.
http://setuprouter.com/router/netopia/3347-02-1022/manuals.htm Netopia 3347 02 1022 User Manual
You can if the router is wireless and you have a wireless card in your computers. If not, then you will have to upgrade the router to a wireless and get wireless cards in the computers or run a cable to the 2nd floor
Most DSL Modems are subject to power fluctuations and network issues that can "lock them up". The first thing any tech will tell you is to unplug the modem for about 20-30 seconds, then plug it back in. Watch the lights on the front to make sure they come on in test mode, then finally look correct. You should have one that indicates DSL is working that would be labeled DSL or something similar. If this does not work, you will either have to reset the modem using a web browser, or if it has been hit by lightning, replace it. Your ISP (internet service provider) should be able to assist you with which lights should be on, etc.
hi, if your ie8 has messed with your settings try restoring your system back using system restore to a date when everything was fine, but little caution here you will loose every new settings/software installed that you did after the restore date, so restore it to a date that had those settings and software but internet was working fine to restore your system to a back date Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Restore. System Restore starts.
and pick up the date and follow the instructions
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hmmm...only thing that makes sense here is that your dSL is unhappy...did you check that phone line into the modem? that's what the internet light means when it's out, actually..if its not the line, then it's the modem..