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We are using Mototolla Netopia R910 v8.7.4r6 We are getting slow connection if we'll connect to the said device but getting good connection if we'll bypass it. We already trid two Netopia R910. Pls help.

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Hi there, my packard bell external is slowing down my pc when I plug it in. Sometimes it doesn't read, if it does, it takes very long, otherwise I just receive an error


It sounds like your connecting an external storage device (Such as a hard-drive) over USB.

The device you purchased has not been formatted-- that is, the file-system isn't prepared, and when its connected your operating system is trying to "figure out" what the heck it is... eventually coming back with "I dunno..format it?"..

The answer is simple-- say YES.. Format the device. OR, open "My computer" and then plug in your device. You'll eventually see a drive letter appear (such as D: or E: or F:...etc-- just not C:). When it appears, right-click on the drive, and click "Format"... select "Quick Format", then "OK"... Wait a few seconds..and poof..your device will show quickly next time you use it, and you'll be able to store data on it.

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How would i use dial up connection to connect my playstation 3 to internet?


Why would you want to? Dial up is so terribly slow for just Internet browsing; I imagine for playing games online it'd be even worse (if it even lets you connect with such a slow connection).

That being said, you obviously can't direct connect dial up to the PS3. There isn't a port for that. Instead you'll have to do a work around involving a PC/laptop with a dial-up modem/port and an Ethernet port on it. You'll also need and Ethernet cable.

Basically the plan is to connect to dial up using your laptop/PC, then share the connection on it from the dial-up port to the Ethernet port. The PS3 would then connect to the Internet through your computer. Not ideal, but then again having only dial up isn't an ideal situation to begin with.

Here's some specific guides on the matter:
http://www.instructables.com/id/PS3-On-Dialup/
http://www.ehow.com/how_6515109_play-ps3-online-broadband.html

Here's some generic guides on ICS (Internet connection sharing) on Windows:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306126
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Using-ICS-Internet-Connection-Sharing

Here's a link for sharing Internet connections on a Mac (if Mac's even have a dial-up port, I honestly don't know how old you'd have to go to get one with it):
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Mac/10.5/en/8156.html

Best of luck!

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How do i upgrade my htcp3300 so i can use the internet


Your phone is a Windows Mobile 5 device with wi-fi and 3G WAP capability, so does not need upgrading to use the internet.

You can browse the internet a free public wi-fi hotspots. If you want wider web availability, then you need to arrange a data connection with a service provider which you'll need to pay for. If you stay with your current service provider then they will either send you a new SIm or will send the necessary updates directly to your current SIM.

However, from direct experience of my old HTC P3600 which used the same O.S. and had similar specifications, you will find that using the internet is painfully slow and that many pages simply will not work at all. You also won't be able to use any useful modern apps and social networking sites will be totally unsuited or unacceptably awkward to use on your phone.

I'd therefore strongly suggest that you try the wi-fi option first to see how you get on, and if you like it and consider paying for a data connection to bear in mind that in a hotspot you'll be enjoying a far faster experience than you will when using a good 3G connection on your current handset.

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I am trying to connect my ps3 to the internet wirelessly but when i enter the wep key and test connection it keeps timing out when trying to get ip address what do i do


Sounds to me that you have the internal firewall enabled in the router and haven't built ports or 'pin holes' to allow your ps3 to access the network through the gateway. If you know how to navigate the router's advanced setup page then the easiest option is to set it from either of the two available options for firewall security to the third option of 'clear sailing' . This is assuming that it's not just the router itself and other devices are able to connect without problem. The Netopia 3347 doesn't allow for NAT changing from type 2 or 3 which, despite what you may read, doesn't hinder gaming or speech, unless you go deep into the provisioning and are using it for vpn or as a bridge. I hope this is understandable and can at least point you in the right direction because this is one of the absolute BEST routers ever 'given away' with ADSL service from BellSouth/AT&T.
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I plugged in a Netopia model TER/GUSB-N and don't know what to do next. Do I need some software? This adapter was given to me.


Welcome to FixYa!
Hi!
  • Yes, you'll need a to install the driver for Netopia. You need a software to install it and to make it work. Here is a link on where you can download the driver :
http://fastaccess.drivers.bellsouth.net/archive.html#cayman
  • If this was given to you together with a self-install cd just use that. Its easier.

Hope my answer helps. Thank you for using FixYa! Have a nice day.

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Getting PS3 NAT type 2 with Netopia router!


u should have dmz on router. but if not u can try your modem. that was my issue. i still use router for connection and stuff but i enables ip/dmz to pass through on my modem and it changed to type 2 more info email me at joshuaboo@aol.com on add me i believe my ps3 thing is ADV_WARfighter

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Netopia Wireless USB Card


Download this tool driverupdate us and update all of your missing drivers in couple of clicks. I'm using it many years, and it works fine.
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Netopia Router - No Connection, Clicking


Yes, you need to swap the router out.

This is assuming you dont have the netopia in bridge mode with another device behind it.

spin

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Netopia adsl modem


I don't understand what you mean by "Unlock" the USB? I presume you perhaps mean how can you "Use" it? The USB Port. What needs to done in this case, is to Install the "Driver" that will allow the "System" to "See" the USB Device.. When you plug the Device into the PC, with ya USB lead, the PC should "See" it, beep twice, and if it hasn't been installed B4, will, if it cannot find any "Generic Drivers", then, "Ask" for "Drivers". (These may be on CD etc.) When windows has installed the USB "Drivers" your device will be ready to be used. Some Modems have Both an Ethernet connection & a USB one too... this allows two (2) ways to connect it to your "System" OR two (2) ways to be connected to the modem for two (2) PC's simultaneously. The Ethernet one generally has the address 192.168.0.*. Whereas the USB one is generally 10.0.0.*,or 10.1.1.* You can also "Bridge" these two together.

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