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Ok but... Ok, so you mean, I click to disable the DHCP server mode and then click on apply? Wont things get desconfigurated that way? Do I have to reboot the modem after that or no ? Its because my modem is at my neighbour's house. thank you in advance.

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    Troy Scott May 11, 2010

    Are you connecting your router to your neighbor's modem? How? wireless? What exactly are you trying to do here?

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I figured out a way to do it !

Thank you !

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Does the SR505n modem have a BOOTP mode? how to set it to BOOTP so a DHCP server assigns the IP (not the default 192.168.1.1)?


I am not quite sure what you mean by a "BOOTP" mode for this modem, but the following link takes you to a downloadable pdf file which is the manual for this modem and others in the range.

http://www.start.ca/files/smartrg505n.pdf

Among other things it shows how to disable the DHCP server aspect of this modem (around page 29 I think) and gives you all the means of getting into the modem's settings and configuration area.

May 07, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Error: 169.x.x.x IP Address


<p><b>Information:</b><br /> <p><span>This article outlines methods of resolving issues with a 169.x.x.x IP address. <span>This address results from a built in feature of windows called automatic private IP address(APIPA). When your computer is unable to find a DHCP server the APIPA service will assign itself a 169.x.x.x IP address. According to Microsoft, the APIPA service checks for a DHCP server every five minutes. </span></span><br /> <p><span><span><b>Workaround:</b></span></span><br /> <p><span><span><b>Releasing the IP address</b></span></span><br /> <p><span><span>1. Click on Start and click Run.<br />2. Inside Run, type ipconfig /release to release the IP address.<br />3. Then after the IP address is released, type ipconfig /renew</span></span><br /> <p><span><span><b>Disabling the Ethernet Adapter</b></span></span><br /> <p><span><span>1. Click on Start and right click on My Computer. Then click on Manage.<br />2. Click on Device Manager and then Network Adapters<br />3. Under Network Adapters, right click on your Ethernet adapter and select Disable. <br />4. Wait approximately 5 seconds and right click on it and click Re-enable. <br />5. This restarts the DHCP client and tries to obtain an IP address from the Network.</span></span><br /> <p><span><span><b>Check the Ethernet cable</b></span></span><br /> <p><span><span>Sometimes a bad Ethernet cable can cause your system to receive a 169 IP address, try changing out the cable for a new one.</span></span><br /> <p><span><span><b>Disable antivirus and firewall applications</b></span></span><br /> <p><span><span>Disable/uninstall any external firewall, antivirus, or spyware programs (eg. Norton Internet Security, McAfee Security Center, Trend Micro 2007, Webroot).</span></span><br /> <p><span><span><b>Restarting the QoS packet scheduler Protocol</b></span></span><br /> <p><span><span>1. Click on Start and click Control Panel.<br />2. In Control Panel, double click on Network Connections and then Local Area Connection.<br />3. Click on Properties and uncheck QoS Packet Scheduler. <br />4. Click Ok and repeat the process. <br /></span></span><br /> <p><span><span><b>Restarting the DHCP service</b></span></span><br /> <p><span><span>1. Click Start and select Run. <br />2. Type services.msc in Run and click Ok.<br />3. Find DHCP service and right click on it. Click on Stop.<br />4. Reboot the computer.<br />5. When the computer boots up, click Start and select Run<br />6. Inside Run, type the following: netsh int ip reset log.txt<br />7. Click Ok.</span></span><br /> <p><span><span><b>System Restore</b></span></span><br /> <p><span><span>1. Open Start and click on Programs and then Accessories.<br />2. Then click on System Tools.<br />3. Click on System Restore and select a restore point when you were not experiencing this problem.<br />4. Restore your system.</span></span>

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Resolving 169.x.x.x IP address problems


This article outlines methods of resolving issues with a 169.x.x.x IP address. This address results from a built in feature of windows called automatic private IP address(APIPA). When your computer is unable to find a DHCP server the APIPA service will assign itself a 169.x.x.x IP address. According to Microsoft, the APIPA service checks for a DHCP server every five minutes.

Releasing the IP address
1. Click on Start and click Run.
2. Inside Run, type ipconfig /release to release the IP address.
3. Then after the IP address is released, type ipconfig /renew

Disabling the Ethernet Adapter
1. Click on Start and right click on My Computer. Then click on Manage.
2. Click on Device Manager and then Network Adapters
3. Under Network Adapters, right click on your Ethernet adapter and select Disable.
4. Wait approximately 5 seconds and right click on it and click Re-enable.
5. This restarts the DHCP client and tries to obtain an IP address from the Network.

Check the Ethernet cable
Sometimes a bad Ethernet cable can cause your system to receive a 169 IP address, try changing out the cable for a new one.
Disable antivirus and firewall applications
Disable/uninstall any external firewall, antivirus, or spyware programs (eg. Norton Internet Security, McAfee Security Center, Trend Micro 2007, Webroot).
Restarting the QoS packet scheduler Protocol
1. Click on Start and click Control Panel.
2. In Control Panel, double click on Network Connections and then Local Area Connection.
3. Click on Properties and uncheck QoS Packet Scheduler.
4. Click Ok and repeat the process.

Restarting the DHCP service
1. Click Start and select Run.
2. Type services.msc in Run and click Ok.
3. Find DHCP service and right click on it. Click on Stop.
4. Reboot the computer.
5. When the computer boots up, click Start and select Run
6. Inside Run, type the following: netsh int ip reset log.txt
7. Click Ok.

System Restore
1. Open Start and click on Programs and then Accessories.
2. Then click on System Tools.
3. Click on System Restore and select a restore point when you were not experiencing this problem.
4. Restore your system.

on Jun 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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NEED HELP TO SETUP MY TRUEMOBILE 2300 ROUTER TO MY DELL LATITUDE D600 LAPTOP. I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO GET WIRELESS CONNECTION. WHAT I DO HAVE , 1300 TRUEMOBILE PC CARD PLUG IN. WHAT I DON'T HAVE IS A...


The Network Key you're probably asking for is on a sticker located, underneath the router. Can you check?

Here's a way to configure your router for your existing network (assuming you already have one) :

If you have an existing network, chances are you have already configured network services on the network. In this case, you would use the router as a pure Access Point to extend the range of your network by allowing more attachment of wireless and wired computers. You MUST also turn off the DHCP server on the router if there is a DHCP server running to avoid IP address conflict.

To configure the router as an Access Point with the DHCP server disabled:

  1. Open your web browser and go to http://my.router, (or the default address http://192.168.2.1.)

  2. Click the Basic Settings tab on the top navigation bar.

  3. Select Access Point Mode.

  4. Click the Next button.

  5. Click OK to dismiss the DHCP disabled message box (The DHCP server will be disabled in Access Point Mode by default).

  6. Click the Advanced Settings tab on the top navigation bar.

  7. Click the Advanced IP Settings tab on the left navigation bar.

  8. Assign an IP address to the Wireless Broadband Router.

    note.gif NOTE: The IP address should be reserved by the DHCP server. The Wireless Broadband Router cannot act as a DHCP client, therefore, it needs a static IP address for its LAN interface.

  9. Click the Submit button.

  10. Click the Save & Restart button.

  11. Note the status bar at the bottom of the screen.

  12. While the Wireless Broadband Router resets, the Power light on the front of the unit blinks.

  13. When your web browser returns to the main page of the Wireless Broadband Route, the device has successfully restarted with the new settings.
    note.gif NOTE: The main page may not return if you have changed IP address of the router in Step 8. To view the main page, type the new IP address of the router in the web browser to access it.



  14. Plug an Ethernet cable from the existing local network into any LAN port on the Wireless Broadband Router.

Jul 01, 2011 | Dell TrueMobile 2300 Wireless Router...

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Intel 82562v-2 network adapter wont connect to the internet, have searched online and this is a known problem but i cant find a fix. my system is an inspiron 530s and router is a netgear wgr614 but im on...


ok this is a really pretty nice question..

I guess you using windows 7!!

- Click on Start / Control Panel
- Go to Network and Internet then Network and Sharing Center
- On Network and Sharing Center on your Right where its written Task, you will find Change Network adapters. click on it
- Right Click on Local Area Connection / Properties
- In General Menu / look for Internet Protocol (IPV4)
- Double Click on IPV4/ choose use the following IP

Ip adresse: 192.168.0.15
subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
default gateway: 192.168.0.1

Use the following DNS server:
DNS1: LEAVE IT BLANK
DNS2: LEAVE IT BLANK

Press apply and ok
Close everything, your local area connection should show you: "Local Area Network Connected"
Disable your Antivirus and Firewall ( for test ) and try accessing internet it should work

Configure your browser also
IE : Tools / Internet Options / Connections / Lan Settings / Tick "Automatically detect settings"
Ok and try accessing internet.

Firefox: Tools/ Options / Advance Menu / Network / Settings / Tick " Auto Detect Settings for this Network, apply ok.Close firefox and start again it should work.

May 13, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Resolving 169.x.x.x IP address problems.


Information:
This article outlines methods of resolving issues with a 169.x.x.x IP address. This address results from a built in feature of windows called automatic private IP address(APIPA). When your computer is unable to find a DHCP server the APIPA service will assign itself a 169.x.x.x IP address. According to Microsoft, the APIPA service checks for a DHCP server every five minutes.
Workaround:
Releasing the IP address
1. Click on Start and click Run.
2. Inside Run, type ipconfig /release to release the IP address.
3. Then after the IP address is released, type ipconfig /renew

Disabling the Ethernet Adapter
1. Click on Start and right click on My Computer. Then click on Manage.
2. Click on Device Manager and then Network Adapters
3. Under Network Adapters, right click on your Ethernet adapter and select Disable.
4. Wait approximately 5 seconds and right click on it and click Re-enable.
5. This restarts the DHCP client and tries to obtain an IP address from the Network.

Check the Ethernet cable
Sometimes a bad Ethernet cable can cause your system to receive a 169 IP address, try changing out the cable for a new one.
Disable antivirus and firewall applications
Disable/uninstall any external firewall, antivirus, or spyware programs (eg. Norton Internet Security, McAfee Security Center, Trend Micro 2007, Webroot).
Restarting the QoS packet scheduler Protocol
1. Click on Start and click Control Panel.
2. In Control Panel, double click on Network Connections and then Local Area Connection.
3. Click on Properties and uncheck QoS Packet Scheduler.
4. Click Ok and repeat the process.

Restarting the DHCP service
1. Click Start and select Run.
2. Type services.msc in Run and click Ok.
3. Find DHCP service and right click on it. Click on Stop.
4. Reboot the computer.
5. When the computer boots up, click Start and select Run
6. Inside Run, type the following: netsh int ip reset log.txt
7. Click Ok.

System Restore
1. Open Start and click on Programs and then Accessories.
2. Then click on System Tools.
3. Click on System Restore and select a restore point when you were not experiencing this problem.
4. Restore your system

on Mar 29, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Configuration of NETGEAR router as Access Point: The below steps illustrates the...


Configuration of NETGEAR router as Access Point:

The below steps illustrates the usage of router's like WGR614, WGT624, WPN824 as an access point to extend the wireless network in your location. The only required setup is that you should have a DHCP server running on your network ( be it your modem or a different router).

1. Connect a computer directly to NETGEAR router on any of the four LAN ports.
2. Access the router, usually with http://192.168.1.1 or http://www.routerlogin.com.
3. Login to the router with the Username as "admin" and Password as "password" (please note that the Username and Password are case sensitive).
4. Click on wireless settings in the left hand side menu Under Setup.
5. Change the network name SSID to some other name.
6. Select security options as 'WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)'.
7. Set the 'Authentication Type' as 'Automatic' and Set the 'Encryption Strength' as 64-bit.
8. In Key 1 type a 10 digit number.
9. Apply the settings.

Click on LAN IP setup from the left menu.

1. Change the IP address of the router from 192.168.1.1 to a free IP of your existing DHCP network.
2. Also disable the DHCP of the router by unchecking the box for 'Use router as DHCP Server'.
3. Click apply and click ok for any popup message that arise.
4. Once the browser display some error message like CANNOT FIND SERVER, ACTION CANCELLED etc, turn off the router and restart the computer.

Now, connect the two router in the following way:

1.Connect Ethernet cable from the Lan port of the existing router/modem to the Lan port of the NETGEAR router.
2. Powercycle both the routers and your computer
3. You may connect other computers' directly to NETGEAR router or wirelessly as per your requirement.

on Mar 18, 2010 | NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router

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Won't boot from a DVD, but will boot from a CD. Has and recognises a DVD drive


Hi im Rain.
Ok if it recognize that the DVD drive is there try cleaning the drive .
  1. Blow drive out with can air.
  2. Use lens cleaning disk.
Clean the Disk to ensure your not leaving a finger print on it. You never know how sensitive the lens is.
You can also try rebooting the Drive.
  1. Click Start.
  2. Click My computer.
  3. Locate the DVD drive
  4. Right click on the drive and go to properties.
  5. Click on Hardware.
  6. Select your drive.
  7. Click on Properties.
scroll all the way down. Now you will see where it says Device Usage. You will see where it shows that your drive is enabled. Ok there is a small arrow pointing down. If you click that you will see how to disable your drive.
click on the arrow and disable your DVD drive.
click apply or ok to Apply the setting.
now reboot your Unit.
Now your drive is disabled. Now you will need to repeat the steps again but this time you want to enable the drive. Click Apply and ok .
Reboot your Unit. { Note DO NOT open the DVD tray while yu are booting up. Ok allow the unit to get to desktop. Now insert DVD .
If this fails you may need to replace or service the DVD drive.

Nov 26, 2009 | Acer Altos G510 Server

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Static config


DHCP is superior to Static IP in every conceivable way. It is not any slower. However, when you FIRST connect to a dynamic ip router, your computer and the router have to handshake a bit, which takes a few seconds.

After that, they are at the identical speed. DHCP shields you from all sorts of trouble like colliding IP addresses, DNS server, subnet masks and gateways. It is way better and more reliable to go with DHCP.

Static ip is only useful if you *need* static ip, e.g. if you want to host a server on your router and you need the computer's dns server to stay the same.

That said, if you still want to use a static ip, here's how:

Simply disable the DHCP server in the router's settings. Also, go into the router's "status" page and take note of the DNS ADDRESS(S). You will need this later.

(Please note, if you disable the dhcp server, the only way to get back into your router and re-enable it is to use static ip on the computer, or to hard reset the router)

Then, you configure each computer connected to the router to use a static IP as opposed to obtaining it automatically. To do this in windows XP:

Go to start->control panel->network connections
Right click on Local Area Connection and go to Properties
Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" from the listbox
Click Properties
In the general tab, tick the radio box "Use the following IP address"
Type in the ip adderss you want (e.g. 192.168.0.105)
Type in 255.255.255.0 as the subnet mask
Leave the default gateway blank
Type the ip address of the DNS server you took note of earlier into the "Preferred DNS" section at the bottom of the form.

Click ok and ok and ok until you're out of all the boxes. Your IP is now static, and cross your fingers. If you did everything correct, it will work. If not, check your settings.

Feb 04, 2008 | Edimax BR-6104K Router (br6104k)

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How do I configure DHCP server on my wireless router?


Step 1 Open a web browser and type the IP address of the wireless router in the address bar (default is 192.168.0.1). Press Enter. Step 2 The default username is admin (all lower case) and the password is blank (nothing). Click OK. Step 3 Click on the Home tab and then click on DHCP to the left. Note: If you are connecting to a DHCP server, the DHCP server on the wireless router should be set to Disabled. Step 4 By default, DHCP Server is set to Enabled. To disable it, click the Disabled radio button. To enable it, click the Enabled radio button. Step 5 Enter the Starting IP Address and Ending IP Address. To change the lease time, select a value from the drop-down list next to Lease Time. Note: The value for Starting IP Address must be less than the value for Ending IP Address. Step 6 Click on Apply then click Continue to save the settings.

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