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Re: Motorola..routers with cieso
Sure as long as want to configure them for TCP/IP not sure what else you would be talking about other than maybe VPN.
I'm assuming the motorola is a cable modem...not much configuring there...
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I think you're confused. IP Communicator is the unified communications client (IM and Phone) It is looking for a capatible headset so you can use your softphone. This software is not your VPN client. There are two different cisco product: one for your VPN and one for your phone. If you're trying to ocnnect to an old-style Cisco VPN, your IT dept will have to configure that with a certificate. Solution from Cisco: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps5475/products_tech_note09186a00809b6c40.shtml This behavior is observed when a user attempts to install or use the IP Communicator on a system that has different names for the Playback (wave out) and Recording (wave in) devices. In order to overcome this problem, perform one of these tasks: -Use a USB headset that is recognized by the IP Communicator. -Upgrade to the latest version of the IP Communicator
To acess your routers/modem configuration page do this. Open Internet browser. Be sure your connected via wired or wifi to the internet using the Motorola connection. Type in 192.168.0.1 and hit search or enter. You should see a Motorola login page. The factory log in info is "admin" for the username, and "motorola" is the password. Hit log in after entering that. You should be seeing now the settings for everything. At the top click "Advanced" then find where it says Enable UPNP and checkmark the box. Be sure to press save before exiting. Beware of messing around with other setting if you don't know what your doing because it will cause headache. Hope this works. It is how I've configured any Motorola access point I've had. If not, contact your ISP for help.
The devices appear to be in functioning order. However, the connection network requires another computer on which signals are directed towards. The computer server on which network resources are acquirable is unavailable. For example, your devices can provide sevices to another computer if any were avialble. Usually an internet provider would allow acess to several computer with subscription. Consult an internet service provider, examples, at & t, T- mobile, Verizon, boost mobile, or consult any available at your local area. www.at&t.com, www.t-mobile.com, www.verizon.com, Goodluck
The wireless security key is the encryption key that is set in the wireless router's configuration.
You need to connect a LAN cable from your computer to the wireless router, then open the Internet browser and enter the wireless router's configuration URL, then the default login and the password, provided the login and password has not been changed. The configuration URL, the login and password is in the Motorola router's documentation.
If you have lost the documentation then go to the Motorola's WEB site to download the WR850g wireless router documentation.