Routers / Switches :: Can't Connect Ethernet To NVG510
Aug 25, 2012
We have a network in place. A week ago we switch to AT&T's UVerse and they replaced the Motorola modem with a Motorola NVG510 modem/router. There was a Netgear router behind the original Motorola but since we only needed 4 ports I pulled that out of the loop and used the Motorola. The three computers connected directly to the Motorola came right up. However, there was a switch with two computers connected to it and when the switch was connected niether of the computers connected to the switch would go to the internet. I took one of those off the switch and connected directly to the Motorola and immediately connected to the internet. Put it back through the switch and nothing.
What i am trying to do is that i have a server in my store which has a running software for the store. I have a TP Link Wifi card installed in my pc.. i need to access the server using an ip through the ethernet cable. And i access the internet via the wifi device installed and running in my pc. the problem now here is that i cannot access both of the simultaneously. If i connect back the ethernet cable the browser does not browse or the internet does not work.. and i can access my server software.. as i unplug the ethernet cable my wifi card installed starts working all good and i can use the internet.. i have tried a little of soultions but have not been successfull enough to use both the connections simultaneously..
How do I use an Actiontec 1000 modem (with wireless) and a TP-Link 4 port cable/DSL router and still have a wireless signal? When I connect the ethernet from the modem to the router, the router lights come on but the wireless signal goes down. Want 2 PC's wired (only one port on modem) and still want wirelss signal.
Is there a difference in an ethernet cable and an Ethernet networking cable? I have an Ethernet cable and a 6 port splitter I am trying to connect. I have 4 ports in the router that are in use. When I connect them to the splitter nothing s working.
i have one machine have 2 Ethernet devices and i need to connect this server to different 2 network with 2 different gateways (192.168.2.x "vpn network" and 192.168.1.x "adsl network" )so if any other one need to connect this ftp server can connected from vpn or adsl
I recently got a new Toshiba laptop, which works perfectly. We already have an HP desktop PC as well as a Dell laptop, which are both connected to an Ethernet router. When I got my Toshiba, I couldn't connect to the router, whether from a new Internet cable, the cable the Dell uses, or the cable the HP uses (it works perfectly fine with Wifi). The next day I got up early and tried again, and it worked. The HP was turned on, and it connected. But then the Dell wouldn't. Over the next couple days, we realized the problem was that the router only allowed the first two computers that were connected to it to connect to the Internet, but not the third one. The router itself allows eight cables to be plugged into it at a time, so I don't see why it's only allowing two computers, whether laptop or desktop, to connect. Is there a possible solution to this?It's an 8-Port Workgroup Switch, Model EZXS88W.Also, our router DOES NOT support Wifi
I've got a Cisco DPC3825 modem that I also use as a wifi router. Conntected to it I have 4 eithernet cables:
1. From PC to Router
2. From another PC to router
3. From TV to router
4. From a Dlink Powerline Adapter to Router.It took me a while to figure this out but when I unplug all the eithernet cables and plug back in #1 and #2 (from above) the internet works. When I plug back in #3 and #4, the internet dies. Meaning, I am connected to the network but not the internet. I've reset the modem, changed SSID and restarted the PC many times but still can't figure out this issue.
I have a Cisco 1841 router with the followingSerial T1 connection Fastethernet 1 with network address 192.168.0.1 Fastethernet 2 with network address 126.96.36.199I want to isolate Fastethernet 2 so that it cannot access the internet or the 192.168.0.1 network. Only incoming request is available.
I use a Netgear FS605 Ethernet Switch to connect a wifi modem to my network and thus to the internet. People in that room can jump online via the wifi modem. You can also print to the wireless printer in that room via that wifi modem being local. However, I can no longer print to the wifi printer from anywhere else in my network (I could before I got a new router and wifi modem in there).Would this be a problem with this Switch or with the modem e.g.
I have 4 desktops cat5 to Dlink DIR 615 router. All work fine. Any wireless clients, laptop or netbooks, see the desktop computers for a while then disconnect somehow. All machines can see the Internet through the router at all times. The desktops disappear from the laptop/netbooks but the wireless machines can be seen from the desktop computers but clicking on them gets 'Access Denied' message after a wait.3 desktops = XP, 1 98SE. All laptop/netbooks = XP
I recently got a Motorola NVG510 (from AT&T, they changed our internet plan and sent a new router) and since then I've had problems with Skype. I think I've narrowed the problem down to there being no upnp on this router to enable, and Skype doesn't like that.So, is there any way I can make this option available, or some other way to 'simulate' upnp so Skype will play nice? I read somewhere else that "IP Passthrough" may be an option, but I'm unsure about that.
How do i connect two internet routers to one IP address range?I currently have one broadband router connected on 172.16.0.3 subnet 255.255.0.0, I have a second line which is a copper ethernet EFM 2Mb line connected using a Cisco 1800 router configured on 172.16.0.254 subnet 255.255.255.0, no DHCP is configured on either router. the dhcp is provided by a windows 2003 server on our LAN which is also configured on the same LAN IP range. if i connect the Cisco router into the same switch as the broadband router my network devices stop working and dont respond.
If i check the broadband router it shows all the connections to it as having the same MAC address as the Cisco router?? if i disconnect the Cisco router everything returns back to normal and works perfectly.What I want to achieve is to be able to run both routers on the same LAN to provide internet access by configuring the pc's to route through a specific router. the DHCP I want to stay routed through my original broadband line. at the same time i want all pc's to access to the lan devices (ie. servers and printers) what the correct configuration would be for the two internet routers would be?
I am trying to connect 2 wireless routers to expand my wireless signal. I want to connect the router 1 (in 2d floor) to a powerline av and then get the router 2 to the powerline (in the ground floor) so i can have wireless there too. I've tried some configurations i found online, but can't get to make the network functioning. The routers and powerline av are all dlink. I don't mind having 2 networks, but it would be better to have only one
I have a laptop connected to a net gear wireless router (for internet), but I am very close to buying a Belkin network USB hub to make my hard drive wireless, but this requires a router. I do not want move my hard drive to where my net gear router is, so I need to get another router, i am looking at a Belkin router so that I can make my hard drive wireless (This is the only reason for the router, it will not be used for internet) so I can keep my hard drive in the same place.
Any setup passthrough mode of the Motorola NVG510 router ATT makes you use with U-Verse to a CISCO 877 or similar, with a block of public addresses they want to use? It is So frustrating that I have to deal with this NVG510. It is NOT a very business class router... I am assuming that I need to put it into "pass through" mode for the Cisco to be able to manage what happens with my assigned public addresses. If there is another way, let me know!
Here's what I plan to do: I've read the "related to" post above, about putting the NVG510 into pass through mode, and I plan to do this as it discusses. I'll assume that works for now. But it will assign the router's WAN IP Address to the router's "outside" interface, not one of my private IP addresses. On the Cisco side, here is what I would do: vlan1 interface is my "inside" private network. Create vlan2 interface using dhcp to get IP/gateway from the nvg510, or set it up manually, whichever works... This interface will be the "outside" NAT interface. But this interface's address will be the router's WAN address, NOT the first of my 5 public assigned usable addresses...
Here is how it will be setup: interface FastEthernet0 switchport access vlan 2 [code]...
Then - make it my default NAT interface: ip Nat inside source list 110 interface Vlan2 overload
If I stop there... I assume I could then NAT ports from my different private addresses to the various servers in my office. But the router won't have an interface with that first assigned-to-me public address. The reason I ask is that we have a site-to-site crypto- map defined, and the interface it is defined on determines the IP Address it will communicate from. I wanted this to be my own assigned public address, not the WAN address of the router... Not sure how I would do that though... Same with the default NAT assigned to vlan2 - by default machine in access list 110 will get to the internet with the WAN address of the nvg510, not my private address.
Can I create interface vlan3, somehow linked to vlan2, give it the first private address in my block, and then move the cypto-map to this interface, and also change the default Nat to vlan3 now instead of vlan2? ip nat inside source list 110 interface Vlan3 overload
How would I go about doing such a thing? I am not a Cisco expert, I understand just the basics... This is a bit more complicated than I can figure out. Or maybe it is not possible? Will I have to, for any computer that needs unsolicited traffic through the internet to use one of my assigned public addresses, to setup a one-to-one NAT for that address to that internal address? And everyone else is stuck using the WAN address. If this is the case, it is not right... What were they thinking when they designed this router and forced us to use it as a business class U Verse customer? This should NOT be so difficult/complicated.
I am trying to portforward so I can host a server of a game I play, but whenever I try to connect to my default gateway it just times out and cannot load.I have done the cmd -> ipconfig/all and I found that my default is 192.168.0.1What do I do
I recently moved out of state and have been working remotely. I just got a new internet provider who will not let me connect to my office VPN without a small business account which is ridiculous. I've been reading up on how to work around this and haven't been able to figure anything out. I've signed up for a dynDNS account but the truth is I have zero experience with this and don't know what I'm doing - most of the stuff I'm reading is a foreign language to me. I can log into my router and change settings and I can get VPN info from my tech person and work so I just need to know what to do. I can't really work effectively without access to my network but I refuse to pay for a small business account
I'm trying to access 192.168.0.1 to configure my linksys router to add new hardware to my home network but my browser (Safari) can not open the page - error message suggests 'server where this page is located isn't responding.
with a networking issue that I'm having with the 2nd computer I have trying to connect to the interntet via my Westell 7500 DSL router. I ran the diagnostic tool on the NIC to make sure it working correctly and it is, and so is the cable according the tools; I also verified that myself via unplugging/plugging the cable into the router and it detects eachMy other 2 computers work fine via the router.Here is the ipconfig info;Host Name:XXXXXXPrimary Dns Suffix: (blank)Node Type: HybridIP Routing Enabled: NoWINS Proxy Enabled: NoEthernet Adapter Local Area Connection:Connection-specific DNS suffix: (blank)Description: Intel(R) 82562V-2 10/100 Network ConnectionPhysical Address: 00-1D-09-8D-34-3BDHCP Enabled: Yes
First , I have installed the router and modem correctly , and i connected it to the switch , So the other devices connected to the internet but not connected to the workgroup so i can't share the files between the PC's ? Modem >>> Router >>> Switch >>> PC's
I have a Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO Router and had no problems connecting to corporate in the past until several months ago. I can connect just fine if I bypass the router and connect to the modem. I also have no problem if I go to places like Subway. There is no problem with the wireless internet connection, only a problem when I try to connect to corporate through the VPN.
I have 4 computers on LAN using a router and I cannot see eachother, don't know how to configure the PCs. The router is set on DHCP for LAN, the PCs are using Windows 7 and can connect through the internet the router is providing (4 dells) but don't know how to set the computers to see eachother and to share files.
I'm having trouble trying to connect 3 computers via LAN for gaming using straight Ethernet cables and a net gear router. Only 2 computers seem to connect at a time. All 3 can connect to one another (one at a time) and the I.P. addresses have been set to 192.168.0.1 , 192.168.0.2 and 192.168.0.3. The cables work fine and the computers, but I'm wondering if I'm using the wrong kind of hub/router?