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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
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Did you try and reset the configuration on the router? There should be a small pin hole allowing you to access the reset configuration button with the end of a paper clip. Power on the router while the reset button is held in and wait for a few seconds before taking the paper clip out. You will loose any configuration that was on the router so if your provider had special configurations you will need to replace those configurations once you have access.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
You need to disable the UPnP function on the Belkin router. Log into the router(192.168.2.1), and look under System Settings. If you haven't changed the password on the router, the default password is blank, i.e., no password.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
You should use a router, but if you cant, try hooking everything up like normal, then pull the power cord on modem for 10 full seconds, hook back up, wait 5 minutes and then try.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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