I like to know : I have a cable internet connexion on wide band and on the same connexion there is a phone.I live in Caracas, do you think is possible to enter in my pc especially from abroad, if they know my email and than the pc IP. And if they enter in my pc, can lissen my phone conversations ?
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Yes you can use this phone on straight talk or any GSM carrier as long as you remove the GSM band lock that verizon puts on their phones. You need some drivers,some programs to download and following some instructions. I've attached a video for you to follow.
Plug in a LAN (Local Area Network) cable into the back of your PC/Laptop and into your router. To find out the address of your router follow these steps: Go to 'start', 'run' and type in 'cmd' (without quotes) and press enter. In the black command box which opens type in 'ipconfig' (again, no quotes) and press enter. In the information displayed you should see 'Default Gateway', there will be a number next to this, it will be something similar to 192.168.1.1 Now open an internet browser window and type in the number which you have just found out and press enter. This will bring you to your routers configuration webpage. Enter the information which you should find on the back of the router for login details. Once here you should see a 'Wireless' configuration tab, click this and there will be a security section, this will have your WPA or WEP password in (depending on which you are running).
If you haven't changed any of the settings from the originals then it may well be written on the back of the router anyway.
Check your poxy settings. Almost sounds as if there is a proxy server blocking access. Also check DNS settings. If you need to hard code DNS settings into the network connection. I use googles DNS free servers at 126.96.36.199 or 188.8.131.52 these are a global DNS server.
This sounds like a route problem. This can happen if the settings to the WAN are correct. If you are using a dialup DSL router check to make sure that it is connecting to your ISP. Same for a cable modem. Once you have verified that it is connected properly then set your WLAN gateway to point to the WAN IP number. if you are using DHCP for IP addressing for your wireless devices make sure that the gateway address is set correct also. Check DNS settings sometimes the ISP's DNS servers are not setup correctly or are not stable try using googles free DNS numbers of 184.108.40.206 or 220.127.116.11
verify first if the ip address of your router is 192.168.1.1 by going to start>run>type CMD>hit OK. On the command prompt, type ipconfig/all. Look for the ip address, make sure it is not on the 169.254.x.x range. Make sure it is on the 192.168.x.x, 172.16.x.x or 10.x.x.x range. What ever is on the default gateway, that is the ip address that you need to open on your browser. the address is not on the 192.168.x.x, 172.16.x.x or 10.x.x.x range, make sure you the physical connection checked first (modem goes to internet or WAN port and pc goes to LAN port) or if the connection is correct, you may wanna try turning off/on the router.