Please Help A Wireless Newb
And I can get into its control panels via the web browser, but that does nothing--I tried following the set-up instructions/troubleshooting, but nothing's working.[/QUOTE] Yeah, that's standard comcast "HOLY SHIT YOUR figmentPez, Nov 18, 2009 #2 Top Enresshou Contributor Messages: 791 Trophy Points: 177 Books: 0 figmentPez said: ↑ What type of internet do you have? Enresshou, Nov 18, 2009 #3 Top GasBandit Ask me about my Reprehensible Filth Staff Member Messages: 45,321 Media: 21 Albums: 1 Trophy Points: 1,844 Location: Yeehawbutts, Texas Books: 0 MAC address I saw this on sale on Newegg, and figured "what the hell": http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833130044 I've now spent the past hour wrestling with this thing, and can't even get it to act as his comment is here
JoeESP9, Aug 29, 2016 #8 dondoucette AK Subscriber Subscriber Messages: 360 Location: Regina, Saskatchewan Canada I don't own a receiver so there is that to consider. What is a MAC address, btw? The SSID is still being sent at other times, and can be discovered by hacking tools. Networking Forum powered by InfoSec Insitute Register| Login Login Username: Password: Log me on automatically each visit Register Blog Register Login Board index View View unanswered posts View active topics View read this post here
I just got my 2nd computer about 3 days ago, and I bought a Wireless G Linksys router. or 192.168.2.1, or .0.1, depending on the brand of router. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]washu_k 0 points1 point2 points 8 months ago(0 children)Hard to say without knowing the specific models, but I would lean towards the UAP.
Discussion in 'General Audio Discussion' started by dondoucette, Aug 28, 2016. Logged denask Newbie Posts: 11 Karma: +0/-0 Re: Some simple newb help please: bridging LAN and OPT1 to enable a wireless access « Reply #3 on: October 03, 2013, 03:05:33 pm No fuss. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/2069-43-wireless-network-trouble-help Ihatetobeapest,buthaveyouanymoresuggestionsforme?
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! solved Intermittent slow internet on one computer in wireless network - please help HELP PLEASE :3 - New Wireless Network Adapter Need a wireless network adapter, please help! help please! To obtain trusted flair for your account please message the mods of /r/HomeNetworking with the following info; Permalink to a comment you made in the last 6 months, helping someone in
If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. Then go to the Status page and tell us what it says under WAN Configuration, specifically if there is any number listed for IP address (besides 0.0.0.0) but you don't need And I can get into its control panels via the web browser, but that does nothing--I tried following the set-up instructions/troubleshooting, but nothing's working.[/QUOTE] Yeah, that's standard comcast "HOLY SHIT YOUR Halforums Home Forums > Topic Discussions > Tech Talk > Welcome to Halforums!
by u/DaNPrS /u/tht1kidd_ has created a suggestion post regarding information everyone needs to provide when asking a question about their network /u/RoweDent created this awesome resource on network theory Friends of this content I am having huge problems already, and I have no idea what to do. Should be at [strike]192.168.8.1[/strike] DOH! If someone with enough knowledge wants access to your router, they'd still be able to get it easily.
The SSID is still being sent at other times, and can be discovered by hacking tools. Modem and Router help please CPU cooler Windows acting like the 'Alt' key... Thanks 2 answers Last reply Sep 23, 2003 More about wireless network trouble help ycs46241Sep 16, 2003, 2:43 AM create and workgroup,(mshome,home,@home) depending on os it will be in (my computer) weblink If you leave the wireless enabled on your modem make sure to put the new AP on different channels.
This doesn't mean he'll be knocked offline a lot, but it can happen. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. At Halforums, we value everyone's input.
The time now is 12:28 AM. -- Mobile_Default -- TSF - v2.0 -- TSF - v1.0 Contact Us - Tech Support Forum - Site Map - Community Rules - Terms of
Dismiss Notice Welcome to Halforums! If someone with enough knowledge wants access to your router, they'd still be able to get it easily. Whatsymptomsdoyouattributeto"lostinternetaccess"?Ifyourbrowserdoesn'tconnectitcanbeseveralcauses.IfyoupinganIPaddressoutsideyourLAN,220.127.116.11forexample,doyougetpingsback?Ifyoudoanslookuponarandomdomainwww.andrewkay.comforexample,doyougetanIPback?Also,doesthelinuxboxworkfinethroughoutallthis?Ifthelinuxboxstaysonline&"justworks"it'smostlikelyproblemswiththeWin7boxes. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
WEP can be broken in about 3 minutes. And I can get into its control panels via the web browser, but that does nothing--I tried following the set-up instructions/troubleshooting, but nothing's working. I feel that option 1 would be better, but more expensive. check over here If you just need an AP get something dedicated.
figmentPez, Nov 18, 2009 #7 Top Enresshou Contributor Messages: 791 Trophy Points: 177 Books: 0 GasBandit;302013][quote=figmentPez said: ↑ Can you see the router from your PC and get into it's control I'm using an old Netgear wireless router, DHCP disabled. DNSisprimarilyusedtotranslatesnameslikewww.astaro.orgintoIPslike18.104.22.168,soI'mnotsurewhatyourusehererefersto. If you have two interfaces bridged into one subnet you can still apply firewall rules at those interfaces to filter traffic to some extent.
Any security gains are from having additional devices on a separate subnet anyway, I guess. Is this even possible since the Surfboard is an all in one modem/router/AP? Please help a wireless newb Discussion in 'Networking' started by dandxg, Mar 14, 2011. Turns out it just took about five minutes to connect online.
Easy. I deal with this practically daily at work, I've seen a Comcast modem (cable not their dsl stuff), knock Linksys routers, Dlinks, etc not to mention the 20 or so odd Already a member? Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
I've got Comcast and I've never had to clone a MAC address. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.