This is one of the standard issue vodafone routers. So i set up web-server on my laptop, and it is accessible to the internet now.
However I need to be able to access it from my machine using the public address. But I just cannot find where to enable nat loopback. I looked for options in both regular and advanced user logins (web interfaces). So I suppose the last option is telneting into it, and using commands to do it.. but I don't know how to access it (cant find the credentials). URL
In above link it says that i can find this info in configuration file, but how to access it?
And then what commands should I use to enable the NAT loopback?
Factory default settings of my WRT54GS encryption are Disabled. When I try to enable WPA Personal encryption (>Wireless, Wireless Security), it reverts back to Disabled as soon as I make the selection. >Administration, >Wireless, >Encryption Function is Disabled.When I had this router set up at another location with another ISP, this was never an issue. How do I get the encryption function to be enabled?
A few weeks ago I noticed that at 9:00am sharp every morning my internet access dropped, and would come back up four minutes later.
The router is connected to a DSL-526B in bridge mode. My first thought was that the modem was playing up, so I factory reset it and reconfigured it.
I checked my ACLS and didn't see any rules that started or ended at 9:00 am so I just lived with it for a week or so until it got so annoying I contacted my ISP to see if they were resetting anything at 9am.
By accident, I saw that my wireless radio was being enabled aat 9:00am, as it had been for the last 2 years, when I first bought the router. But this problem has only started a few weeks ago.
So I changed the wireless schedule to see if that was really the cause for the reset, and sure enough, whatever time I changed the wireless schedule to, the router rebooted at that time.
I've also factory reset the router; twice; the first time I saved/restored my configuration, the second time I recreated all configuration from scratch.
why enabling the wireless radio resets the router, and why disabling it doesn't, and how to correct this behaviour?
I have a new HP lap top which I have connected to the net thro my edimax 7266 routerI also have another lap top and desktop connected via this router. This other lap top I can connect either wired or wireless so the router seems to be working perfectlyThe problem is when I enable the HP laptop wireless adaptor and try to connect to the net . As soon as I do this the orange light on the router goes solid from blinking and I cannot then access the net from any of the computers either wired or wireless. I have to disable the HP wireless adaptor and reboot the router to get a connection on the computers.
When accessing the E3200 router using then ERROR 501.Not Implemented.That method is not implemented. The error occured after enabling the "Local Management Access, Access via: HTTPS" option on the Administration > Management tab.I tried different browsers FireFox (version 10), Internet Explorer (version 8,9), the same error was displayed and no acces granted to the E3200 router. I reseted the router and tried the latest firmware 1.0.03 build 9 Feb 1, 2012, but after enablib the option the issue occured again and it is not possible to connect to the router.
This is my second post today trying to fix the NAT types for my 2 xbox 360. I tried the port forwarding method but with this router when I enable the ports I lost internet access in my wired devices but my wireless devices still have internet access. I even lost internet access on my computer. I never had manu problems with a router trying to get my NAT type open on my 2 xbox.
I am using suddenlink intel pro/100 but my 1394 connection keeps enabling itself. this causes my screensaver webshots and my power options to quit working and computer shuts off on it's own. I disable 1394 connection in networks connections and then have to do a system restore to make things work right. A day or 2 later I have to do it all over again. It seems to have all started when I downloaded MS .Net framework 4.0 for a music program I don't really need. should I delete .net framework or is that a mistake.
I have a 3g usb modem hooked up to my main Windows xp laptop. I'm also sharing that 3g connection with ICS out the ethernet port on the laptop to my wifi router.
All works ok and I'm able to browse from all computers connected to the wifi router except when I turn on the main laptop's wifi to connect to the same wifi router that it's connected to through ethernet for ics.
I am able to ping google and stuff and also use skype but I can't browse the web on any browser. If I turn off the wifi card on that laptop then I'm able to browse again with no problem on the main laptop and on all other connected computers.
I'm not sure but I'm guessing that the browsers are trying to connect through the wifi connection and no longer through the 3g usb modem?
The reason that I turned on the wifi connection of the main laptop to connect to the router is because connected to the router is also my security cameras dvr system and this way I can see my cameras on this main laptop.
So in other words, I have to turn off my main laptop's wifi connection to be able to browse the web but then I cant access the security system's dvr any longer.
My router's ip is 192.168.1.1 My dvr's ip is 192.168.1.100 My laptops' ip is 192.168.0.1
I have already successfully port forwarded my router and am able to connect to my mine craft server from anywhere on the Internet. Now id like to be able to remotely access my server from the Internet and install plugins or whatever. What are the basic steps to accomplish this? What port number should I use? Can I setup passwords so not just anyone can remotely connect? And can I limit which directories on the server's hard drive can be accessed remotely?
My keyboard was broken so plugged in a USB keyboard that doesn't have a fn button. I must have accidentally pressed something as my comp is asking me to turn in the wireless capability. There is no button on the computer and the light for wifi is off. How to turn this back on with a keyboard that does not have a fn button?
I notice that SPI is disabled by default on the DIR-600 (in firmware 2.10 and 2.11 as well).Port forwarding still works with SPI on (use it for BitTorrent).So why is it off by default?Does it slow down things?
I bought an 871w second hand with 124-24T IOS on it. I would like to enable QoS. When I use Cisco Configuration Professional to manage the router I click on QoS and it says it is not available. I know that the router itself is QoS capable.
This is my first time dealing with a router such as this and I wonder what I need to do to enable QoS.
I'm having a problem with an ASA 5510 and software from Manage Engine (Firewall Analyzer). They are saying that sys log 113019 is not getting data over to the server where the firewall analyzer is installed. I'm checking the config and I see it enabled. Why this particular sys log info isn't making it to the reporting software when other data is.
I am trying to test PIM SM mode between some 2811 routers built up in my packet tracer 5.3.3 .But surprisingly PIM option is not coming in the interface mode .Even IP multicast option is not shown in global config mode.
I have an RT73 USB Lan and in Device Manager it says the drivers are up to date and the device is enabled. However in Network Adapter Settings the status is Disabled. When I try to enable it Windows says Enabling.....then Enabled but nothing happens, it remains greyed out and disabled.
I have few inter-AS and Hub & Spoke MPLS L3VPNs up and running but, all of them uses plain IPv4 on the PE-to-CE connecting interfaces for switching the L3VPN customer traffic. While, this is ok to route traffic between customer sites over a ISP backbone using the VRF and MP-BGP/LDP configurations which does the MPLS forwarding in the ISP backbone, i would like to know, how to enable MPLS forwarding on the PE-CE links as well to make it MPLS right from CE1 - PE1 - P - PE2 - CE2 all the way for the VPN traffic.
This way, even the last mile access to CE devices will be an MPLS link over a Ethernet PHY so that, the traffic originating from CE1 to CE 2 will be carried on a MPLS tagged Ethernet frame instead of IPoEthernet frame.
I have a computer that I built a few years ago. Not sure of the exact specs, but for this question, I'm not really sure it matters other than the fact that I am a diehard XP fan. Guess which OS I am using. It does not have an onboard NIC, so I am using a NetGear WG111v2 wireless adapter that I got at just about the same time as the computer. I recently moved in with some friends and they have wireless internet. I hooked up my pc, and proceeded to connect to the internet. I got a good connection, but the dreaded "Limited or No Connectivity." First off, I tried disabling the connection and then re-enabling. This had no effect. So, like always, I do a power cycle. Same thing. Ipconfig gives me a 169.254.x.x, nonroutable, ip address. I release and renew. No good. Reset winsock. No good. Device manager says my adapter is working and drivers are up to date. In any case, I uninstall and reinstall it only to find the same results as before. There are three other computers on the network, one of which is my laptop, that all connect and are provided private ips by the router.
I no longer have internet access from my home network ONLY on my desktop computer. Everything was working fine as always - then while I was in my Network and Sharing Center, and clicked on my ethernet connection, 'Local Area Connection 3', I accidentally disabled it. No big deal I thought, so I re-enabled the connection. Except for some reason, my connection is all screwed up now. The name of this connection was and always has been 'dkm2' and now it just says 'Network', with no internet access. I have unplugged the cord and plugged it into this laptop and it immediately recognizes 'dkm2' and connects flawlessly, so I know the problem is on the desktop computer's end, and not the cable or router. I have tried reinstalling the ethernet adapter, as well as reinstalling/updating all drivers for it.The network diagnostic tool turns up with a message that says the connection between either my ethernet adapter or router and the Internet is broken. No matter what I seem to try, I can't get my connection to go back to it's normal 'dkm2' connection and stop giving me a generic, disconnected 'Network'. I can't figure out what could have changed. All that happened was the disabling and enabling of Local Area Connection 3.
My network adapter is always disabled at startup. When I go to network and sharing centre - it shows that it is enabled. I dsable it, then enable it, and I can then go online. It is just annoying that I should have to do this each time before I can access the internet?
So here's a fresh spin (and not in a good way) on the seemingly common port-flapping issue, where a windows vista/7 machine's ethernet port vacillates between "enabling, identifying,network cable unplugged." I've tried the fixes I've seen around, like forcing the speed to 10 or 100Mb duplex,etc. But I think the problem goes deeper than that -or drivers or faulty NICs. Its acting like it's in the cabling. . . but not. Any advice would be welcome.Just switched from one DSL provider (Bell) to another (Teksavvy). Connected via a dry loop. When the Bell tech first set it up a year ago, he did it like this: Patch cord frome the Bell 2Wire modem/router combo to a female coupler. Female coupler attached to cat5 cable running about 25/30 feet along baseboards around the corner to another female coupler. Patch cord from female coupler to NIC in the back of my box. This worked fine. New set up with Tek savvy is as follows: DSL modem via patch cord to (wireless) D-Link router. D-link router connected to computer by same aforementioned setup. This results in the port-flapping named in the title of this message, on the hard line only. Any change in my computer was ruled out by connecting a brand new, never been connected laptop and the same terminal as my computer. Results in port flapping. The same laptop connected to the router by just the patch cord results in a perfect connection. I've tried moving the patch cords around, it doesn't change the results, so they're fine. I have no way of testing this long stretch of installed cable in the middle, with the couplers on it, since I don't have an equal length cable to try out anywhere, but I'd be surprised if that just died after a year's use exactly when I connected new hardware to the other end of it. Running windows 7 with a RealTek NIC on my box. D-Link router (will check the model later, at work at the moment), and TP-Link DSL modem. The system delivers wireless internet flawlessly.
I play Diablo 3 and the lag that is created when the router restarts as well as getting booted, along with apps on my phones locking up are about to make me throw the DLink Equipment against the wall.
FYI - the Comcast modem was just upgraded to the Xfinity Voice modem becuase I puchased two Voice lines last week. The issue was happening before the new modem was insatlled, and after. According to the Comcast Modem's status page (192.168.100.1) the modem has been online for 4 days, 6 hours, and 31 minutes. So I know the modem has not been cycling.