20 Most Recent 2wire HomePortal 1100 Router (1000400124001) Questions & Answers


reset it...look at back side of modem.....
and if it not works then contact your isp ...

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Aug 18, 2017


Look for the Network Access Key on the sticker on the side of the router to sign on to the wireless network.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Nov 04, 2014


There a great article at General Router Setup.
If you need more help post back!
Thumbs and testimonial are welcome!

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Mar 14, 2011


Your DSL signal from your ISP (Internet Service Provider) or phone company is dropping out. Contact them to test your signal and connection.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Dec 28, 2010


YOU NEED TO CONTACT YOUR MODEM SERVER.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Aug 07, 2010


try resetting the modem

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jul 07, 2010


Download Routing Commander program from www.routercommander.com, it will automatically forward ports and setup the router. Another option is go to router's web interface and set up it manually according to router's User Guide.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jun 13, 2010


If you mean a normal wire that connects from your router into your computer such as this - rj11_to_rj11_broadband_adsl_modem_cable.jpg
Then type in "ADSL CABLE" into ebay and you'll be able to purchase one or two at a fair length and price.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Apr 15, 2010


Try this support page - I believe this applies to your device, and you can download both diver and manual.

http://support.2wire.com/index.php?page=download

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Mar 24, 2010


Are you talking about the DATA transfer in the internal network or transferring the DATA to Internet?

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Mar 17, 2010


Is there any computer online using the router.
If yes then you can open the router set up page on that computer.
router set up page is the page where you can check all the router settings.
Click Here for more information about the routers and network

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jan 16, 2010


Try updating your Vista installation to service pack 2 here. This tends to fix a lot of problems in Vista.



2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jan 01, 2010


the available wireless networks (you probably know how to do this) and then Your laptop is doing something wrong and several possibilities exist. Does your PC indicated that it is connected to "your" wireless network - but you are still unable to get to the internet? If so, your WAP Key is incorrect on your laptop. Go into your wireless connection manager (software) and find the stored "profiles" (Why? Each time you connect to a network and type in the network key, a profile is created to store the wireless network name and the key associated with it). If your PC is storing the name of your network along with an incorrect key, then your PC will not pass data back and forth to the router. So that's one solution. Another is may be that your PC is not connecting up to your 2-wire at all, but rather to a neighbors wireless router. You want to find the list of available wireless networks and individually select each network (not including your network) and then click on "delete". This will put a small red "x" right beside the name of the network and your PC will no longer try to connect to it. This is a very good way to troubleshoot because it will prevent your PC from connecting to any other wireless networks except for your own. Therefore if your router is going "up and down" it will be easier to identify the problem. So, a third possibility is that your router is going up and down. Sometimes power surges or AC power instability causes the router to go down. If your router is down when you turn on your PC, the PC will not find the router's signal and will then attempt to connect to a neighboring wireless connection. So, you may try turning your PC back off and then power-cycling the router (and/or) router/modem. Then, turn back on the power to your PC and if it connects to your wireless then it's not your PC settings but the router causing the issue. There's still more - your security software may be causing the PC not to connect - but that's a hold 'nother ball game. hope it helps. Keith

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Dec 21, 2009


You need to find out what ports your ip cameras use, and then setup port forwarding on your router. If you have 1 box that controls all the cameras, you just need to forward port 80 traffic to that box. If you have multiple cameras with NO main junction box, you will need to go into the setup on each camera, and specify a port to use.
Then in the router, set up port forwarding to forward each different port, to the camera it goes with. Then when you want to see the camera from home you would type the ip address in the browser, then a colon, then the port number --> IPADDRESS:81

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Sep 25, 2009


The picture looks like it is a 2wire DSL modem. If this is service from AT&T/SBC you should have gotten filters to put between the phone and the wall jack make sure those are installed. Power off the 2wire modem ( unplug power )Then disconnect all computers and routers you may have from the 2wire router. Plug one computer in to the router then turn on the computer first then plug the power back into the 2wire router. Wait and see if you get an uplink. If not go to this webpage http://homeportal.gateway.2wire.net
The password is probably on the serial number sticker on the 2wire.

Once you are there click on Broadband Link icon. If it says connected you are good to go. If it does not then call the internet provider for registration of 2Wire router to the service

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Aug 07, 2009


Xbox live is undergoing maintenance just wait it out,(tommorow.) ,

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Jun 16, 2009


this is because your PC is picking up the WRTG54G which is an internal signal booster (internal gateway) to the ROUTER ITSELF.
WRTG54G is in the middle like an interpreter.
The WRTG54G is not connect to ROUTER>
thus the laptop is not connected, like sprinkler attached to the end of a hose but the HOSE not attached to the water faucet.
turn OFF laptop. RESET WRTG54G (there is a small hole you can stick a pencil in there and hold down for 15 long seconds; UNPLUG power.
PLUB back in and hit auto config button.
let WRT54G pick up a new IP ADDRESS from router. once that is done turn on laptop and it should pick up a new signal with new IP address assigned to it by the WRTG54G.

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Apr 26, 2009


Hello smithonline,
You will not be able to use another vendor's modem with being on thier network.

- Vincent

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Nov 22, 2008


In order for you to make the linksys wireless router and the homeportal 1100 to work together they should be connected via CAT5/ethernet cable, you cannot connect them wirelessly...

2wire HomePortal... | Answered on Oct 27, 2008

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