Routers / Switches :: Only One Task Available When Log Into Thomson TG585 V8 Modem
Apr 7, 2011
I connect to the internet through a Thomson TG585 v8 modem. When I log in to the modem's IP (192.168.1.254?) through a browser, I only get one task available, that is "Check connectivity for this internet service". As far as I know, I should have some management options, like for example to block websites, to limit internet service for certain devices etc... Does anybody knows why I don't have these options? Could it be a restriction from the Internet Service Provider?
A Thomson TG585 v7 (Modem + WiFi Router) receiving a DSL connection and Providing internet access on two interfaces connection : 1- WiFi : to connect portable devices at my home. 2- 4 Ethernet ports : to connect my desktops. One of these ports on my Thomson is connected to a D-link unmanaged switch to provide extended wired connections. From this unmanaged 4 ports switch one port is connected to my neighbors in another building through UTP, and connected to a D-link DIR 605-L WiFi router, the IP address of the DIR 605-L is 192.168.1.77 and the IP address of my local Thomson is 192.168.1.254 which means they are in the same network. I need to access the DIR 605-L WiFi router from my my home where I am connected directly to Thomson router through UTP cable, I am not able to do that !! , while also I can't even ping the DIR 605-L IP 192.168.1.77.
I have a problem with my thomson tg585 v7 router wich is that I can't gain access to it, each time I enter the default username and password (admin ; admin) it automaticly brings me back to the previous page.
My old router recently died and my ISP was kind enough to offer this Thomson one free. But ever since I got it, my PCs cant see each other on the homegroup. They can all get onto the internet - and by using programs like Dropbox or Teamviewer I can share info from one to the other- but I'd like to get my homegroup working again, Both my PCs are running Win 7, connecting wirelessly to the network. When trying to tracert from one to the other it gives this message: Tracing route to GLaptop.lan [192.168.1.79] over a maximum of 30 hops: 1 GDesktop.lan [192.168.1.82] reports: Destination host unreachable. The problem persists when firewalls on both PCs are disabled, and I've attempted to delete the homegroup on both PCs and re-create it.
I have a "Thomson TG585 v7" router I reset it and the default username is "user" and password is "admin". So after the restart I want to configure again the router so I click the "Set Up" option I click "Next" and then show me to enter again the username and password but they are not the same as the router username and password. What can I do?
I have Thomson Tg585 v7 router, when trying to add new game application to set the ports for GW2 my router just restart by it self, and i can't add the application even if i do it fast it won't take any name i try for it,even tho i did add ports for BF3 like 2months ago and it worked fine.
I have an issue with my home network that is really stressing me out now. I have a Thomson TG585 v8 router that my laptop, iPad and iPhone connect to no problem but my iPad/iPhone won't talk to my laptop.. I want to be able to use my iPad to remote in to my laptop to watch movies etc. Network sharing is on the laptop and I've checked that all devices are on the same network..I can't ping the iPad or iPhone from the laptop either.
My isp seems to be using a Transparent DNS proxy and I tested DeleGate on a windows PC and opendns works but I would like to set my router to forward all 53 udp to 5353 udp on to 220.127.116.11 so that opendns can work on ipod,ipad and smartphone etc, I have tried to use the following command to set the router to forward from port 53 to 5353 but no luck:
Ok, so i never had problems with this before until i reformatted my computer. I have used a program called simple port forwarding and i've also manually added the port seeing if theres a difference, but every time i check my port which is 25565 for a minecraft server it says either failed or not open etc.. I checked netstat -an and it showed it was listening to my ip address and port 25565.
I'm using a Thomson Technicolor 587nV3. I need to change my NAT status from strict to open. So I can play MW3 online and connect to my friends online games and so I can host multiplayer matches. I have windows 7 laptop to do any of the steps required. I've tried to bind my routers cone through Winscript but without any luck perhaps I done it wrong
I'm new and just entered in the world of studying my certification for Cisco, since I'm curious I see that there are switches that can perform task depending on the layer? I see some with specifics for Layer 2, some other for layer 3 and even some others with router capabilities!I know this is a rookie question but how do I know what the best switch for a network? or how can I identify them?
My Motorola SBG901 Modem/Router combo has stopped connecting to the internet. I have done all the troubleshooting with Comcast and with Motorola and it is out of warranty, so I will have to purchase a new one.In the mean time, I wanted to use it only as a wireless router connected to my Scientific Atlanta DPC2100R2 modem. Is there anyway to do this? Is there a way to disable the modem in the SBG901? Simply connecting with the ethernet cords has not worked. I connected the DPC2100 to the SBG901 via ethernet cord. My computer was able to pick up a wireless connection but there is no cable connection.
I purchased a computer which has a GA-B75M-D3H motherboard in it.I have been attempting to connect it to the internet with little success. I have a Thomson TG782T modem hooked to the computer by ethernet cable. The computer does not recognise the modem and the modem does not find the gateway on the computer. I have discussed the problem with Telstra and as far as they are concerned its not their problem due to the cable showing green and amber light into the back of the computer and the modem is working. The computer guys are saying that the computer is fine as they utilised the net to load the computer.
Life was great with my DIR-615 and Motorola Surf Board SB-5100 cable modem, but my D-Link refuses to recognize the Internet signal from the Thomson. The Comcast guy spent an hour trying to get it to work, but I'm stuck watching MLB.tv on a 24" monitor in a stiff office chair in my study, instead of on a 47" LCD in my living room. How can I force the DIR-615 to accept the Thomson ACG905? If you advise me to check settings or manually change them, please do not "assume" that I know how to access those settings.
I am using a Thomson ST516 v6 DSL Modem, through which I have connected a Tenda W311R+ Wireless Router. There's two laptops, one running Windows 7 Sp1, the other running Windows Xp Sp3, and an Android based phone using this connection. I should mention that the problematic laptop had Windows 7 before switching to Xp and ran without any issues.
My ISP gave me a Thomson THG520 modem when I subscribed to their service. It has 2 links and USB and an Ethernet link. It worked fine with our 2 computers but for several weeks or so I experiencing that it only gives me IP address only on one interface that one that's first plugged into the computer.
If I reset the modem and plug in the USB I get an IP address immediately. If I unplug the USB and plug in the Ethernet cable I don't get an IP address. If I reset again the modem and plug in the Ethernet cable I get an IP address but not on the USB link after I unplug the modem.
EDIT: after entering the modem's administration I realized it's firmware was updated (probably my ISP did it.). Also I read about how this stuff works, there is an evidence that my ISP set the CPE limit to 1. (so it seem only one computer connected to the modem can get IP address while the other can't.). And this configuration is stored on the modem somewhere. Is there a way to view it somehow?
I used to have a Thomson st-330 USB modem for my ADSL network. When I wanted to change my IP i just disconnected and reconnected a dial up connection that does the job instantly! (a wan miniport + a batch file to disconnect/recoannect with my password and username)Few days ago i bought a new modem/router (TP-LINK TS-W8951NS)Before that all I knew was that if I wanna change the ip address (if I have a router) was a batch file with commands ipconfig /release/renew.I now know that this changes the ip of my PC not the global IP! So how would I change it without restarting the router? (When i change something in my router interface page (PVC1.2.3....etc) my IP changed instantlybut how do I do this without accessing the router, like commands and a batch file etc? I just found out that my global IP changed on its own after like 30-60 min :S why is that! and to do so manually???
I'm trying to setup a Canyon CN-FW514 wireless router through a Thomson modem.When I first started trying, I could get up the set-up screen on [URL] however this is as far as I got; the laptop said it had a very strong signal with the wireless connection, but I could not get any web pages to open (windows explorer couldn't detect any problems either). The Thomson modem works when I conect it to the laptop via the ethernet cable, but that's not much use to me trying to use the internet elsewhere in the house!I tried changing the IP address, subnet mask and gateway IP address on the set-up screen [URL] which seems to have been a big mistake; I now can't even get the set-up screen to appear.I've reset the internet options and have set everything to obtain the IP address automatically but am still having no luck.
Five months ago we moved into a new apartment, and connected up our broadband; the ISP provides a Thomson Speedtouch modem (ST546 v6), which I understand from Tech Support is running software v4 (it was issued with V5, but rolled back to V4 for stability issues).We prefer a WiFi network, so purchased a Belkin N Wireless Modem Router (F5D8636-4 v2); I connected it up ditching the ISP issued modem, and all worked well for four months. Suddenly it refused to see the ADSL connection - orange light flashing.So after four nights of 'fault resolution' with Belkin, they decided to send me a replacement... which I finally received last night. It didn't work - same problem, flashing orange light.I have the correct user name and password for the ISP - checked it not once, not twice, but four times. The Thomson Speedtouch works, but doesn't provide a WiFi environment. Can I connect the Belkin modem router into the back of the Thomson and transmitt/carry the WiFi signal that way, and if so, how? I tried (the obvious to me) plug a ethernet cable from the Thomson modem into the Belkin, but nothing.. I'm guessing there are a few important steps I missed.
everything was all good, my brother went crazy and unplugged everything.it effects our house phone too, that could be the problem.i just dont know what wires went where. all the wires are the same color.but i know which is which. just again, dont know where.i would like to get it done before he gets home later on.
So I used to use a Thomson TG585v7 modem router (wireless) as my means of connecting to the internet, the aerial cracked on it and I began getting dropped connections, so I went out and bought a D-Link DSL-2730B modem+router. I am hooked up wirelessly to the internet as there is no phone jack in my bedroom, and I experience massive and prolonged lag while playing call of duty 4 multiplayer, which I never had before with my old Thomson modem. My ping also shoots up to about 400 and then 999 while I teleport around the map.
In my office we have concrete walls and very limited wiring. The way it is set up is we have a Verizon DSL Modem that comes in then I have a router with it that splits the signal to 4 other routers that each split the signal 2 to 3 more times. I have to use routers so that it assigns IP addresses.I bought a new D-Line N300 Wireless router with USB imput. I want to attach my Home Media Network Hard Drive Cloud edition to the 1st router (attached to the modem) and then share the data off that hard drive with everyone connected to the sub routers.
I have an ARRIS modem supplied by Comcast cable. I have an hp pavilion x1958 and want to run internet service to a secondary computer from the same modem. And I don't have money to buy a router. How can I do this the cheapest way?
Currently I have 2 different modem running in my working area which is modem A and modem B. Whenever user from Modem A(192.168.0.1) or Modem B(192.168.0.10) would like to print or scan something using the shared printer, I need to manually plug the cable into either Modem A or Modem B depends on the network the user are currently using.How I do previously is only set DHCP on Modem A and disable DHCP for modem B so that Modem B will share DHCP assigned by Modem A. Both modems connect to the same Switch with the printer cable so both network user can use it together.But the problem now is I have to enable DHCP for both modems and causing the previously method can't be use anymore. So is there any other way that I can link both Modem A and Modem B with each assign different DHCP to link with 1
I've noticed recently that my laptop keeps disconnecting from the internet via my router (Thompson Speedtouch ST585v6sl.)The light on the router that shows the connection turns red or sometimes it doesnt light up. However all the other lights stay on, it's just the internet light.It only happens for around 5-10 minutes and then after troubleshooting, disconnecting and reconnecting it's back up.I've scanned my computer for viruses and malware and nothing has come up, this is happening reguarly now about every 30-45 minutes when i'm on my pc.
The modem Time Warner gave me several years ago was dying, I took it in, they gave me a Cisco modem, I plugged it into the computer, works fine, so then I plugged it into my airlink 101 wireless router, the computer recognizes the router but says there is no internet access, i.e. the modem and router are not communicating. Why would change of modem cause lack of communication with the router, is there something different about modems now compared with roughly 5 years ago? And what can i do to fix it so i can have wireless access again? If it matters, I have no protection on my wireless (because I never figured out how).
I have a big 2 floor house .I would like to use 3G connection using USB type of modems,like vodaphone or MTS. which router to be used so that I can get good connectivity on both floors. NOTE- I do not want to use cabled internet coonections.