Question about 2wire (1000-000057-000) Modem
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 ?
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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