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A week ago my son
those ports need to be opened or the xbox needs to be set to a DMZ (demilitarized zone) which allows all traffic in and out from the xbox.
if you could post me the exact brand and model of the router, from the label, write me everything you find if your not sure.
We will have to set the Xbox to a static IP address and give that IP address to the router and put it under DMZ.
I'll write instructions but I need to know the router before I can direct you to the right places.
12/16/2010 7:52:35 PM •
on Dec 16, 2010
What is the default password
Leave the Username blank and the password is
If that does NOT work, try this
Username = Admin
Password = Wireless
Hope this helps!
12/16/2010 12:16:10 AM •
on Dec 16, 2010
How do i change my
Ports needed to be open to play xbox
Error: Your NAT type is set to strict (or moderate)visit here:
12/15/2010 1:52:58 AM •
on Dec 15, 2010
Dead spot, no signal
Easiest fix is try another location in the house, unless the dead spot means no wireless signal any where. Then make sure the wireless is turned on in the router. Problem is really vague.
11/30/2010 9:31:47 AM •
on Nov 30, 2010
Good Morning: I am using
If you are running an ad-hoc network, which creates some issues when one computer has to share its connection with the rest of the computers on the network. Assuming this is the method you described, you are likely experiencing a bottleneck because the computer sharing the internet is also running security software involving a firewall.
You would be much better off if you would simply connect all computers via wired or wireless directly to a router and not require internet access to be dependent on one computer.
If you would like more details, let me know.
11/29/2010 7:09:41 PM •
on Nov 29, 2010
Can't get the wireless to
The problem is not your router is your ISP or internet provider.
If you need more help come back.Post / thumbs / testimonial are welcome!
11/19/2010 1:02:45 AM •
on Nov 19, 2010
I ahve an AT&T 2Wire
Open the Command Prompt from the Accessories folder from all programs. Type "ipconfig" and hit enter. Note the Default Gateway ip setting - xxx.xxx.x.xxx. Enter this value in the URL address field of your browser and hit enter. This will open your modems settings page - read and select the page you need to change your values - such as the wireless power adjustment. There are some sections that will require a password to change - you or your ISP should know the password.
11/16/2010 8:30:32 PM •
on Nov 16, 2010
I need a password. Tried this password -
To reset password with software version 4.25.X or higher:
- Click I forgot the password to receive a hint to the password.
- Click I still can't remember the password if the hint does not help.
The Reset System Password page
opens, asking for the "System Key." This is the 10-digit WEP key from
the bottom of the HomePortal. (The printed number stays unchanged even
if you have changed the wireless security settings on the unit.)
the 10-digit WEP key, select a new password, enter it again to confirm
the password, and give yourself a new hint to the password.
- Click Submit and your password is updated.
customer may call in stating that their 2Wire is asking for a temporary
password. You will need to use CMS to reset their Gateway password.
- Open CMS
- The customer will read you the 20 digit code they see on their screen
- You will generate a temporary password that is only good for 15 minutes.
- The customer will enter the temporary password then create a new password.
15 minutes both the 20 digit code and the temporary password expire. If
the password process has not been complete in this time frame the page
will need to be refreshed for a new 20 digit code.
Now you can use the new password to enter the HomePortal protected areas and the Management and Diagnostic Console.
11/15/2010 11:45:22 PM •
on Nov 15, 2010
I have a wireless router but cant seem to take my
In my experience being within 50 ft of various routers I have had seems to be the best singal strength. Any further then that I start having connection issues. So based on my experiences I would say the answer is No to your question. That is based on 'G' system routers. I have heard the 'N' routers have greater range and speed.
11/10/2010 2:58:50 PM •
on Nov 10, 2010
I have a 2 wire
Try to reset it for 30 secs, there could be a reset button. If it's not working , then I recommend that you buy a router. See tips on how to buy a router in http:wirelessmadeeasy.blogspot.com
11/8/2010 3:32:52 PM •
on Nov 08, 2010
How do I change my
Please loginto the router management console
Then go into the interface mode
You can set the MTU as per your requirement inside the interface settings
By default the MTU is being set as 1500bytes on Ethernet type interfaces
11/1/2010 2:44:45 PM •
on Nov 01, 2010
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