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Iternet Wont Work

After I installed my d-link router with the cd I went on the internet to go to some websites and none worked. every webpage I try to load a telus website pops up and it asks for a username and a password. I try my telus email username and password and it won't work. Then I try my routers username and it wont work. and then I tried my SSID And security password an it dosent work. The webpage that pops up is https://xeon.bc.tac.net/cgi-bin/oca2.cgi

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  • Anonymous Sep 01, 2007

    trhhd

  • Anonymous Sep 01, 2007

    It wont work wired or wireless

  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2007

    How do I know what mac adress to delete?

  • fat2 May 13, 2008




    I lost the pass word for my router and i have been trying to download the cd but it keep asking for my pass word so can i get another pass work


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Anonymous

Well you see, the way that the telus internet connection works is by using something called a MAC address for access to the internet. That page that you are getting is the login page for your internet configuration, you need to login to that page with your telus ID it should start with something like A5A and password. Then click on "Manual Registration and Administration of PC's and Devices" if both fields are filled in delete one of them. On the bottom of your router there is a sticker with your serial number, right below that it should say "MAC ID:" enter what follow that into the field on the telus site. and you should not have any more problems after that.

Posted on Sep 01, 2007

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