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X-Router Pro (MIH-130) difficulties

I just connected with Charter cable and I love it. But the router I use to connect my my own, wife's, daughter's, son-in-law's and son's computers to my XSense Mih-130 router won't work with this cable modem.. I can connect my computer directly to the modem, bypassing the router and all works fine.. If I plug the modem directly into the WAN plug and all the computers up, I do get link lights and data indication on the ports.. . I have tried playing with the IP settings some but I am not very good at networking, I know just enough to be dangerous All worked great with Bellsouth.. All computers are running XP SP2 'cept my son's which is running 2000... All TCP/IP's on the machines are set to 'Optain IP addresses automatically' which, again, worked fine with Bellsouth.. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!

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  • ifthisissin Aug 13, 2008

    I finally found my manual for this router and upon the router's web page I found my problem.. It appears that while Bellsouth's DSL used pppoe settings, Charter doesnt need this. I disabled pppoe and everything worked..

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If from going to Bellsouth to Charter you went from DSL to Cable, you may need to change the MTU on the router to match what is set on your modem (it's often different for DSL than for other networks)

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I hope this helps educate you some what.

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