Problem # 1 - when i click on home network view network summary then click on view internet access control under internet access restriction schedule 1 select a computer where the drop down arrow is all my previous computer names are still listed there how do i remove or delete them ?
problem # 2 - the same thing under edit advance network settings when i click on edit address allocation it shows the list of DHCP Devices which are no longer in use which are the same computer names as problem # 1 how do purge it ?
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Re: 2wire modem home network
Go to homeportal/management, or gateway.2wire.net/mdc. on the management and diagnostic console, under troubleshooting, click on resets. then click on the clear button for local network to erase all the devices on the local network. go to device list under local network, make sure you only have the computer or device seen on your device list aside from system.
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IP ADDRESS 192.168.1.254 is the default gateway of an AT&T modem router (RESIDENTIAL GATEWAY) (2WIRE). for this ip address should be able to view the main screen of your 2wire modem and if not your computer is connected to a different network.
1) try connecting the computer to the 2wire RG using a ETHERNET cable (if your connected via wireless) 2) make sure that the DSL light is solid and not blinking. 3) if your computer already connected by a ETHERNET cable, try accessing the same ip address if your able to view the main screen of your 2wire modem it means that your computer will be able to connect to the internet. 4) try this also: this for internet explorer: click tools - connections - LAN settings ( if there's a tick mark on PROXY SERVER remove it ) if you do have tick mark on PROXY SERVER then your computer have a virus, because virus can put a tick on PROXY SERVER without you noticing it. after removing the tick you will be able to connect to the internet again.
If you check your router you will find a reset button or a little hole in back insert pin in hole and press for 10 seconds your Moden should have reset now you will have to put in your login and password to access modem
If you want to know your Access Point it is the Name of your Network or Network Key (SSID). Usually the Network Name of 2wire router is 2WIRE and the Last 3 digits of the Serial Number of the Router. The Serial Number is located at the side of the router you will find a Sticker and look for the Serail Number you can also see there the Wireless Network Key under the Bar Code. Another Procedure to find the information of the router is to access it. listed below are the steps on how to access the router.
To access the System Summary page of your Router: 1. Open a Web browser and access the modem gateways user interface by entering http://gateway.2wire.net. 2. Click the Systemtab to open the System Summarypage. 3. Either select
Run System Setup Wizard (to install your modem) OR
View available upgrades and options (to upgrade the software on your computer to the latest version.
If you do not have a manual for this modem, then click the link below and download it to your computer.
If you are using Windows XP, you go to start --> control panel --> network connections --> right click on wireless network connections & go to properties --> go to wireless network tab --> delete / remove all the networks under preferred network box then click on view available wireless or configure then connect to your network by clicking on the name of your modem --> type in the wireless password.
there is only one quick way to turn off your wireless internet access.
Turn off the modem or router if you are using it.
For your information, all home networks have their own access key, without which nobody can access it... it is normally printed at the bottom of the modem. 10 digit encryption key. Was I helpful enough??
ok, if you can log into the router at all, you should be able to go to home network, and halfway down will be the wireless configuration.
assuming it's set to default wireless security, there should be a network key writtten on a sticker on the bottom of the router: You'll need to enter that code in windows vista before it will allow you to connect wirelessly.
I've not used one of these 2wire boxes before, but I believe the default router's address is 192.168.0.1. Try this instead of gateway.2wire.net to see if you can gain access to the router. This is just the starting point, but see if it works.
Here's a link to, what I believe is, the router's manual.
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