How to bypass router to modem when the router has a built in modem? So my wireless router has a modem built into it, or is it the other way around: modem with built in router. I'm not sure...But anyway, because I am having such difficulties with the ps3 online, I have been told by many people to try bypassing the router straight to the modem.
I just got set up with time warner, and the modem they gave me (Ubee DDW3611) also has a built in router. I already have an Asus RT-N15 running DD-WRT, and this is what I want to use as my router.
If I connect the Asus router to the Ubee router, is my Asus router going to take control? It appears as though it's handeling DCHP, but what about things like port forwarding? Am I going to run into trouble by having both routers? Is there any settings I should make in the Ubee router, or just leave it be?
I've been getting internet from a SMC8014WN Wireless Cable Modem gateway and I've been having sporadic connection issues ever since. I use Wireless USB Adapters on my own computer to connect to it from across a hallway and into another room and the connectivity is not very consistent. [URL]No matter what adapter I use (I have many) I sometimes get "now connected" messages and when I'm playing games like TF2 my connection either spikes, or drops and comes back (I'll get DC warnings and the game will freeze, and then come back in)
I have an ARRIS Docsys3 modem from Comcast which has a built in WiFi router. I also have a DIR-655. The Modem is in my office and I have a 100' Ethernet cable running through my attic to my front room where the dir-655 is located.
I use the DIR for WiFi as well I have it connected to my TV and Xbox.I use the ARRIS Modem for WiFi as well I have it connected to another Xbox and a Desktop computer.I want to have everything on 1 network, Dir-655 uses IP address 192.168.0.1-100 and the ARRIS uses ranges 10.0.0.1-100. I want to be able to connect to the dir-655 and have the IP for that connection join up with the 10.0.0... network so that I will be able to transfer files freely throughout the network.
I want everything on one network. Right now when I connect a laptop to the DIR-655, I can not access the printer that is connected to the Desktop on the ARRIS modem. I have to connect to the ARRIS modems WiFi to then use the printer on the desktop.Likewise, I want to use the media extender on the Xbox connected to the DIR-655 with the Desktop connected the the ARRIS modem, but I can not because of the to different networks.
I currently have the following set up in my basement: Modem to 8 port router which has cables going into a patch panel which in turn provides internet access at 8 wall outlets throughout the house. My data/video streaming needs are expanding and I have had additional wiring pulled to the new locations. I would like to know if I can bypass the patch panel and go from the Modem to a 24 port switch to individual wall plates throughout the house.
Don't know how it happened but the built-in Conexant D480 MDC V.92 modem on my Dell D600 laptop was accidentally removed. How to get it restored or added back? My OS is Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3.
My ISP is RDS (Romanian Data Systems) and if i have there cable connected directly to my laptop, i have download speed of 11 MB/s, but if i connect through a router my download speed is just 10% of that. I made a trace and saw that it took 11 points to reach google.com (when i'm connected directly) and 12 when i go through the router. They most certanly cut the band when the ping/trace has a difference of 1 point. They probably do this to preserve the band limits. How can i connect through a router and make the system think i'm connected directly ? So that i can have the same band that i pay for, not just 10% of it?My router is : TP-LINK 300M Wireless N Router Model No. TL-WR941ND . Now i know that in order to make this bypass i can install the Linux version of the router, but i don't know the steps in order to do that.
I have no problems when the computer is connected to a router. That's how I'm posting here now. But my router is old and has no QOS. So the sound quality is choppy when I connect the phone to the router. So I tried connecting the phone directly to the cable modem, with the computer using the phone's router for internet. The phone's sound quality is great that way. But then the computer won't connect to the internet.When I hover over the network icon in the systray, it says "Local Area Connection 4 is now connected. Speed: 1.0 Gbps" The phone's router is a gigabit connection. So I think that tells me that the computer is seeing the phone/router and the cables are okay.I just tried to Repair through the network icon. It fails because it can't renew. I checked Window's Event Viewer to see what kind of error that might have created. This is the error:[CODE]
"In the past I have noticed if I have one of my rigs running NAT and DHCP that my ping response times are lower compared to my router DGL-4300, when playing games. Is this due to the PC hardware being superior or is it a software/firmware thing?
Or is there a router out there that will perform better ping response time wise/ lag than my DGL-4300?"
Is this due to hardware or is it software/firmware? My NAT and DHCP box was a windows server 2003 configured with just those roles and my pings were in the 20-30 and I could host/join games no problem and no lag, but when I play through the Dlink DGL-4300 my pings would be 70-90 and some games I had lag issues and host/ join issues, sometimes it would work sometimes not.
I just bought a factory refurbished E1200. The label on the bottom says it is a Version 2 model. When I purchased it, it was loaded with 2.0.02 firmware but I upgraded the firmware to 2.0.04.My problem is that I'm trying to setup MAC address-based restrictions thru the manual/web-based setup and when I click on the "Access Restrictions" tab, I only have simple "Parental Controls" and not the advanced "Internet Access Policy".Is it possible that I have a mislabeled V1 device? If that is the case, how is it that I was able to upgrade the firmware using firmware from the V2 downloads section.
Do V! and V2 units use the same firmware but more importantly, how do I upgrade the built-in software so that I have the advanced "Internet Access Policy" controls?
I saw it's possible to use an USB drive/stick with the builtin FTP server to allow file access.Would it also be possbile to have the router function as webserver for external access from USB ? Just simple web functionality needed, no php or MySQL.Don't want to be running an extra machine 24x7 just to serve some html code.
I am wondering if xconnect L2TPV3 feature could be done on multiple SVI interfaces on 871 router and 2911 router with built in 8 port switch?Like I need to extend two ethernet interfaces and can I use two SVIs on router built-in switch module on each side?
how to get at the configuration interface for the "built-in" Twonky server on the E4200.Specifically, I'm trying to figure out how to get to the "clients.db" file and the area of the UI where I can configure the receiver settings. I'm getting the dreaded "unknown file format" message when streaming mp4 files to my Samsung BD-C6500 bluray player. Installing Twonky on my laptop and working with the problematic files has shown that the solution is a simple matter for BD-C6500 understand how the files are encoded.
I have a 2610 router. How can I tell if the built-in ethernet port is only a 10BASE-T or if it's a 10/100 port? Is there a "Show" command to give me this information or did it only come one way? I have found conflicting information on this :-( If it's only 10BASE-T, can I upgrade it to 10/100?
How can I bypass the proxy of my school? I cannot access my emails since I am in the UK and my email is provided with a server in China, namely 163.com; the email means a lot to me as it is the only way I can keep in touch with my friends from my old school.
Im stuck working on a moderm, its a speed touch 536 (old school) i cannot get past a password.. Im trying to set this bad girl up with a router, setting up routers in my specialty.Im trying to bridge the modern but on the setup page there is a password, i dont know if its factory or what.. ive tried many of common passwords for networking like (admin/admin, Admin/ Admin, Admin/Password) ive tried everything i can think of. so i need a way to bypass the security. Flashing the software maybe?Ive found a software uploader for it, but i cant find the original firmware for the modern.
Despite having this command in place, nothing changes. I tried multiple combinations adding the xml and hostname rewrite or changing the interface but nothing, the page is the same like if this rule was not applied.
I just switched schools and I work for HP's marketing team part time which entitles me to get on some websites blocked by our school's network (sonicwall block).I then tried a proxy on Firefox and it was blocked as the sonicwall detected that I was using a proxy. Why did this happen and is there a way to bypass?This is mainly on wired connection as the Ethernet isn't god awfully slow like wireless is.
When I'm at work, I have internet (though a proxy) and remote access to the linux computers at work (the work laptop runs win 7)when I have to work at home, the work VPN that we were given has no internet access but I can connect to the remote linux computer that I need just fine. the linux computer has no internet access and more often than not is missing modules and dependencies. Is there a way to enable my home wifi network and the VPN so that the work computer can access the internet locally while I'm working? just one browser is all I need.... I currently have to disable the vpn, download my modules and then connect, to install them.
On my Gateway laptop there was a switch on the left side. It turned the internet access on or off. The switch broke off, and now I cannot access my wireless internet, I have to be corded.Can I turn off the switch within the computer so I can access my wi-fi?
I am living on a boarding school and they have a filter set up so we cannot surf for porn and stuff... but the thing is that all other things are blocked and they want an url number make my school better for everyoneIts from a private server Molten WoW so i need them to unlock the Server oO
I am currently running a Windows 2003 Server Edition and I have an issue, we run a small piece of software for controlling the nights takings which connects to the tills database on the network.This piece of software is not password protected and is held in a safe, however it has come to our attention that an employee may have taken possession of a copy of this application and we need to block the application been run on the network.Now this is were it gets difficult, I know to stop the application I could just use the Software Restriction Policy with Hash Rules which would solve that. However the problem is that sometimes people WILL need to run this software on the network and not get blocked.These people may not have their own accounts etc so I am trying to workout a way that we can allow someone to bypass the software restriction policy with a password prompt, is this possible or is their another way around this issue?
I want to connect via windows rdp to computer outside the company office and I cannot do that since we have webwasher or proxy installed in the office.I can access this machine with IE (it is a server with open port 80) and I see its website. This is becuase the IE at office has proxy configured correctly.I cannot access the same machine with RDP connection, though. I can access it using other computer outsite the office, so it is not an issue that rdp is not enabled or so. Problem is with proxy at office.I need a way to connect to rdp by using the same proxy.Problem is that that IE at office uses automated proxy script (.pac).I have installed remote utilities server on the machine I want to access and the remote utilities viewer on the computer at office. I set the proxy similary to what is set in IE but I cannot connect anyway. I can connect this way from third computer outside the office though, so the configuration is fine, only proxy is the problem.I managed to get the proxy details like host name and port but I'm not sure those are the right one.The webwasher or proxy is mcafee web gateway 6.8.4.
Charter tech came today to solve my problem of my new modem not working, he fixed the Modem but i think he did something to the lan proxy settings after.I'm trying to set up my Belkin wireless G router but i do not have the orginal CD. What should my address be under the "Use a Proxy server for your LAN" checkbox and what is the port and should i check off the bypass proxy server for local address box?
My Belkin N450 assigns a 192.168.169.2 for an IP address. This does not allow me to add to the DMZ to bypass firewall and open my NAT. It wants a 192.168.2.__. What do I need to do to make this happen?